Academy/TeamShenley Academy
LOCATIONBirmingham
TypeNon-teaching
Working hoursFull time
ContractPermanent
SalarySCP 18 – 21
Starting date01/05/2019
Closing date01/04/2019 4:00 pm

Details

Support / Targeted Intervention Assistant

SCP 18 – 21 £18,870 – £20,541

36 ½ hours per week, term time, Salary £16,498.54 + £120 First Aid Allowance

 

We are seeking to appoint a Male Support / Targeted Intervention Assistant to start as soon as possible.

 

Keen to challenge young people with opportunities they may not know they even exist yet? We aim to raise pupils’ aspirations so they begin to believe in themselves and understand that there is nothing holding them back, including where they happen to live or their family’s experience in education.

At Shenley E-ACT Academy, we know that the life chances of our pupils are determined by inspirational teachers like you.

How can you help to inspire our pupils?

This rewarding role is to provide assistance and practical help and support to a male student with physical difficulties.  You will be responsible for providing daily care including some aspects of daily living activities, ensuring safe mobility around the academy and implementation of physiotherapy programmes as directed.  Support will be on a one to one basis and include support in practical lessons and educational visits.   You will also support individual and small groups of students in order to promote their inclusion and to provide support for teaching and personalised learning.

A good standard of literacy skills are required as you will be working with the Assistant Headteacher to develop and support these students across the curriculum, tailoring support to match their needs by adapting and customising curriculum materials.   The ideal candidate will have experience of supporting children, and working with families and outside agencies.

For a full Job description of the role please see the Job Description and Person Specification attached.

Our academy

A forward-thinking 11-18 academy set in a 37-acre site in Birmingham. We aim to provide the very best education to give our students the brightest possible future.

 

Come and join our team

Quite aside from the opportunity to work with pupils whose energy, creativity and enthusiasm never fail to inspire, our academy is:

  • Committed to teacher development through E-ACT’s professional learning programme in partnership with leading training providers such as Ambition School Leadership
  • Leading the way in youth mental health through our very own Mental Health First Aid programme – we aim to train every teacher as a mental health first aider.
  • A leader in the education sector for outstanding employee benefits including a generous maternity policy and opportunities for flexible working.

 

A great place to work and live

The largest British city after London, Birmingham is also home to seven E-A C T academies.

A city of great diversity, culture, history, art and design and with HS2 in development, London will soon be just 49 minutes away.

 

 The closing date for applications is 1st April 2019

Interviews: 4th April 2019

 

Completed applications to be sent to: Ruth.Evans@E-Act.org.uk

 

 


Part of the E-ACT family

We are an E-ACT academy and proud to be part of a community that includes over 18,000 pupils and 2,300 teaching and non-teaching professionals across the country.

E-ACT multi-academy trust is responsible for 29 academies across the length and breadth of England.

Our academies can collaborate and share ideas with one another in ways that schools may not be able to. Most importantly, we all feel part of something much bigger as our responsibilities go far beyond the four walls of a single academy, and extend to people and their communities across the country.

We are always on the lookout for dynamic, motivated and enthusiastic people so we can continue to give every one of our pupils the opportunity to explore, solve, create and achieve.

In return we offer the chance to work with amazing people and inspirational pupils, as well as a great salary and sector-leading work-life balance arrangements.

See our annual report here

E-ACT is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults, and all appointments are subject to enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) checks and satisfactory references.

E-ACT is also committed to promoting equality, challenging discrimination and developing community cohesion. We welcome applications from all sections of the community.