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Curriculum & Assistant Exams Officer

Contract type: Full Time
Location: Northampton
Closing date: Thursday 4 Mar 2021
Reference: CATS 1191
Duration: Permanent
Contact: Jason Lewis – Principal
Contact Email: talent@bosworthcollege.com
Salary: £25,000
Telephone: 01223341334

OVERVIEW OF THE JOB

We are currently recruiting for Curriculum & Assistant Exams Officer to join our support team. The successful candidate will have previously worked within a school and have a good understanding of school timetabling, ideally coupled with MIS system experience. You will be a natural problem solver with a keen eye for detail and a logical, pragmatic approach to your work. This role will cross several teams requiring a need to be personable and professional, working well in a team as well as on your own initiative.

For the curriculum officer:

With direction from the Assistant Principal Academic, you will be responsible for the construction and maintenance of the College timetable, including planning and responsive adaptation for the effective utilization of College resources.

For the Assistant Examinations role:

Directly responsible to the Office Manager and with direction from the Examinations Officer you will support the planning, preparation, supervision, and administration of the examinations conducted at Bosworth Independent College.

REPORTS TO

You will be directly responsible to the Office Manager. You will work within the framework set by and under the general direction of the Principal.

Please follow the link below for the job description and application details

Closing Date 4th March 2021

Position Start Date 19th April 2021 (or earlier)

Once the application form is complete, please send it to talent@bosworthcollege.com using the reference CATS 1191

Click here to download an application form

Click here to view the job description

Please note we will review applications as they are received, and interviews will take place shortly after.

 

Head of Operations

Contract type: Full Time
Location: Northampton
Closing date: Thursday 4 Mar 2021
Reference: CATS 1190
Duration: Permanent
Contact: Jason Lewis – Principal
Contact Email: talent@bosworthcollege.com
Salary: 35,000
Telephone: 01223341334

OVERVIEW OF THE JOB

We are currently recruiting for a Head of Operations to join our operations team.  The role will require you to work across Health & Safety, Catering, Cleaning, and Maintenance with a broad range of skills and experience in these areas, ideally in an education-based environment.  You will be comfortable with cost control and P&L responsibility. This a key role within the college and will require you to lead from the front and be able to manage a large a varied team. The opportunity would suit either an experienced Facilities / Estate Supervisor looking for the next step or an experienced Head of Operations looking for the next challenge.

  • Involvement and participation with the Operations Department Management Team
  • Management of the Maintenance staff and their duties
  • Management of the Cleaning staff and their duties
  • Management of the Catering staff and their duties
  • Manage any contract workers that are on-site, ensuring that are fully compliant with all the latest legislation and are fully conversant with the company regulations

REPORTS TO

You will be directly responsible to the Group Director of Operations and will work within the framework set by the Group Director of Operations.

Closing Date 4th March 2021

Position Start Date 19th April 2021 (or earlier)

Once the application form is complete, please send it to talent@bosworthcollege.com using the reference CATS 1190

Click here to download an application form

Click here to view the job description

Please note we will review applications as they are received, and interviews will take place shortly after.

 

Assistant Principal Pastoral Care & Personal Development

Contract type: Full Time
Location: Northampton
Closing date: Thursday 25 Mar 2021
Reference: CATS 1193
Duration: Permanent
Contact: Katy Luckett | Group Talent Manager
Contact Email: recruitment@catscolleges.com
Telephone: 01223 341334

OVERVIEW OF THE JOB

We are currently recruiting for an Assistant Principal Pastoral Care and Personal Development to join our support team from September 2021.

The post of Assistant Principal Pastoral Care and Personal Development is a senior position and forms part of the Senior Leadership Team at the College. The purpose of the role is to lead and manage the provision of all aspects of the personal, spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of students; their welfare, health and safety, as well as playing a crucial role in whole-school strategy and development. The post holder will have the ability to manage all aspects of how the College delivers and facilitates the personal development of students. This will require the capacity to lead middle leaders and frontline staff, for whom the pastoral care and personal development of students is an additional role to their teaching commitments. The post holder will also need to have the ability to influence and motivate across functions within the College. You will be directly responsible and accountable for the College’s Inspection performance against the Independent Schools’ Inspectorate’s criteria for Personal Development. You will ensure that the College complies with the Independent Schools’ Statutory Regulations (ISSRs) Part 1, as it relates to Personal Development, Parts 2 and 3, NMS part 3, and any other relevant legislation.

REPORTS TO

You will be directly responsible to the Principal and will work within the framework set by the Principal and under the guidance of the Vice Principal.

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE JOB

The following gives a guide to the main tasks and the scope of the role. These aren’t exhaustive and may vary where necessary to suit the skill set of the post holder and the needs of the College. You should carry out your role to support the needs of the students you work with and the College in general. In as much, you will:

IN RESPECT OF COMPLIANCE WITH STATUTORY REGULATIONS:

  • You will be directly responsible and accountable for the College’s Inspection performance against the Independent Schools’ Inspectorate’s criteria for Personal Development.
  • Ensure that the College complies with the Independent Schools’ Statutory Regulations (ISSRs) Part 1, as it relates to Personal Development, Parts 2 and 3, NMS part 3 and any other relevant legislation
  • Ensure that the College complies with its statutory duty of care obligations for under 18 students
  • With other members of the College’s Senior Leadership Team oversee the creation and maintenance of all policies, risk assessments and other documents

IN RESPECT OF STAFF:

  • Lead the academic pastoral and personal development organisations within the College
  • Contribute to the line management of those with roles within academic pastoral care and student personal development.
  • Line manage the Head of PE and Activities Coordinator
  • Line manage the Additional Learning Support Co-ordinator
  • Line manage the College Student Counsellor and Designated Safeguarding Lead
  • Ensure that Heads of Year successfully enact the College’s policies including behaviour, attendance (including ensuring management of Stage Warnings) and rewards
  • Ensure effective reporting to and communication with parents, guardians, agents and sales staff in accordance with College policies and procedures
  • Liaise closely with Welfare, Boarding, Operations and Academic Members of the SLT and MLT
  • Liaise with Heads of Departments to monitor students’ academic performance and agree intervention as needed
  • Ensure liaison between Heads of Year and boarding staff over matters of student behaviour both to ensure their adherence to College rules and that they maintain academic focus
  • Lead the delivery of new initiatives which are implemented by all HoYs and support the delivery of new initiatives by individual Heads of Year
  • Lead the planning and delivery of the College’s personal development provision, including the College’s programme for trips, visits and activities PSHE programme, directing the activities of other staff involved as required

IN RESPECT OF STUDENTS

  • Ensure that the College’s students receive a high level of both care and discipline at all times
  • Take action as needed to support, care for and ensure the safety of students who are not resident in College accommodation
  • Manage, and where required participate in, the investigation and monitoring of consequences for reported cases of serious misbehaviour and breaches of College boarding and welfare rules by students
  • Investigate complaints and concerns from students and report findings of all investigations to appropriate staff and record the outcome accurately and comprehensively
  • Participate in the student induction process including the arrivals weekends

IN RESPECT OF STAKEHOLDERS:

  • Attend and contribute to Senior Leadership Team or cross-College meetings as required
  • Chair the Programmes of Study meetings, inviting the relevant members of the SLT and MLT and when needed external subject matter experts.
  • Liaise with both internal and external stakeholders, particularly Heads of Year, the Student Services Teams, Boarding, the Operations Team, parents and agents to ensure effective communication both within and beyond the College

Closing Date 25th March 2021

Once the application form is complete, please send it to recruitment@catscolleges.com using the reference CATS 1193

Click here to download an application form

Click here to view the job description

At Bosworth Independent College

we believe in the importance of the individual and celebrate success regardless of the level.

We are a relatively small college of approximately 300 students.  This enables us to offer a supportive family atmosphere, where students and staff can enjoy their work and thrive as valued people and professionals.

Our students come from a wide variety of countries and are motivated and aspirational, mostly aiming for Russell Group and Oxbridge.

We are always keen to hear from suitably qualified applicants.

Speculative applications are always welcome and will be held on file for up to three months. If a suitable vacancy should arise, we would then contact you.

Bosworth values

Nurture and educate every student in our community whatever his or her ability, culture, ethnicity or social background.

Encourage

We seek to encourage each student to grow in confidence and to cultivate a life-long curiosity for the world around us.

Creativity

Communicate with enthusiasm, collaborate and contribute to our community with commitment and creativity.

Excellence

We aim to promote academic excellence tempered by care and concern for those around us.

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