Required for January 2023
Our academy ethos, ‘Life in all its fullness’, underlines our commitment to the education of the whole of the child, with the development of our students’ character and cultural capital as important as their academic progress. Committed to the wellbeing of our students and staff alike, we pride ourselves on our duty of care to both.
Our academy is at an exciting point in its development of careers guidance and support. Accordingly, we are looking for someone with passion and enthusiasm to provide quality careers guidance and support to students in years 7 – 13, assisting them in making choices for the next stage of their education and prospective future careers. Understanding the educational landscape and with knowledge of progression pathways, you will be working alongside our newly appointed CEIAG leader, who will drive the vision for the CEIAG strategy.
The ideal candidate will be educated to degree level with a commitment to gaining a level 6 careers guidance qualification, if not already in possession of it and with knowledge of a broad range of qualifications, apprenticeships and training options at all transition points, in addition to the traditional academic routes. We would also welcome applications from candidates who are keen to gain experience in this field and appropriate training and support would be given in order for them to gain the careers guidance qualification.
As well as being personable, it is important that you have the ability to establish effective relationships with good humour and have a commitment to support the academy values. The role will involve giving one-to-one support, leading small group sessions and supporting the wider careers team and pastoral team to deliver key aspects of careers advice to students in all key stages.
Please refer to the Job Description and Person Specification for a full breakdown of the role and responsibilities. The position is for 0.4 FTE with the working pattern open to discussion at interview stage.
Candidates should apply for this role via the TES website www.tes.com and follow the guidance notes provided. For further information please contact email@example.com
Closing date: Thursday 8th December, 12 noon.
Interviews: During week commencing 12th December 2022.
Minster Trust for Education is a multi-academy trust of 7 primary and secondary schools which has at its core a collaborative model of leadership and a belief in sharing expertise while unerringly pursuing the best education for its pupils. Together we help every child to flourish, opening doors to fulfilling futures.
The Trust is founded on 5 key principles that apply to pupils, students and employees alike. They are:
Integrity - we do the right thing
Wisdom - we think deeply
Kindness - we care about each other
Collaboration - we are better together
Service - we pursue the greater good.
We seek to employ people who not only demonstrate these values but are also invested in our mission and truly wish to make a difference through their contribution, whatever the specific role.
The Trust is committed to safeguarding children and the promotion of equal opportunities for staff and students. The successful applicant will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS check and complete a KCSIE Declaration.