Housing Officer x4
Salary details: £26999 - £29363
Salary details: £26,999 – £29,363
Ref: ED 18941
All Saints Catholic College, Bradley Road, Bradley Bar, Huddersfield, HD2 2JT
Contract Type: Permanent
Working Pattern: Term Time + 1 day
Hours per Week: 37
Closing date: 05 September 2019 09:00 AM
Provisional Interview Date: Week commencing 16th September
All Saints is an 11-16 school, situated near the northern boundary of Kirklees. We are a Catholic school with students attending from diverse cultural backgrounds, which contribute to the distinctive ethos. All Saints Catholic College enjoys an “Outstanding Judgement” from the Leeds Diocese – Section 48 Inspection (May 2018). In July 2017, Ofsted judged All Saints ‘good’ in every category.
Pupils like and value their school where pupils from different cultures and religions are able to be part of this Catholic community, living daily together as one happy family. We are on an upward journey of continuous improvement in a dynamic environment with a close-knit family feel.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join our college making substantial progress under current leadership. In turn, we are looking for a candidate committed to playing a part in transforming the lives of our young people. In return, we offer a competitive salary and staff wellbeing package. Visits to the College are welcome.
The College serves as a witness to the Catholic Faith in Our Lord Jesus Christ. The post therefore requires a practising Catholic who can show by example and from experience that he or she will ensure that the school is distinctively Catholic in all its aspects.
This appointment is with the governors of the school under the terms of the Catholic Education Service contract signed with the governors as employers and endorsed by the Bishop or his representative. It is subject to the current conditions of service for support staff and other current education and employment legislation.
The governing body and the Diocese acknowledge the importance of the role of the chaplain and will actively offer long term support, encouragement, affirmation and realistic challenge to the successful candidate.
The Chaplain, through his/her work and witness, will contribute to the spiritual and pastoral care of all members of the school community. He/she will have a central role in implementing the school vision statement and work with the Principal and Assistant Principal in leading and developing the Catholic life of the school. He/she will nurture the faith formation and liturgical life of the school community. The Chaplain may also work to enhance the Religious Education curriculum where appropriate.
Main duties will include:
What we would like from you;
At All Saints College, we believe in making the world a happier place to work and promote a work/life balance within our school. We do that by providing a package of flexible employee benefits, including:
Applications are invited from enthusiastic and highly motivated individuals who are able to work as part of the team. An Application Form and further information can be downloaded via our website www.aschc.com
Completed Application Forms should be returned to Claire Taylor – firstname.lastname@example.org
All Saints Catholic College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be expected to undertake pre-employment checks which will include a Disclosure and Baring Service check.
Due to the high level of interest we receive for working with our team, we regret we can only contact the shortlisted candidates.