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Pastoral Support Manager

  • £33707 to £38191 Per: annum
  • Manchester, North West,
  • Permanent
Role: Pastoral Support Manager
Start: 1st September 2024
Hours: Monday to Friday 8.45am - 3.45pm (35 hours a week)
Salary: £33,707 - £38,191 depending upon experience 
Location: Manchester 

Meridian Business Support are working on behalf of an educational provision based in Manchester.  They require an experienced Pastoral Support Manager for the next academic year. 

The person our partnering client are looking for will have the experience, skills and knowledge to fulfil the requirements of the job description and person specification, including:
  • In depth knowledge and understanding of issues affecting young people not attending mainstream school and their families, including barriers to learning and ways of supporting young people to overcome those barriers and achieve their full potential.
  • Experience of leading on the planning, implementation, delivery and evaluation of both structured and informal education sessions with groups of young people, that link into a programme of personal and social development.
  • Experience of identifying the needs of young people and using appropriate and effective interventions to meet that need.
  • Experience of using effective monitoring systems to monitor and measure the educational, personal, social and emotional development of young people.
  • The ability to liaise and communicate effectively; and work collaboratively with staff as well as other professionals from a range of agencies, young people and parents.
  • Experience of supporting teachers in delivering formal, structured programmes of work and continuing this work in their absence if necessary; and advising and supporting teachers in assisting young people in their pastoral, social and welfare matters and in dealing with discrimination and equalities. 
  • Experience of managing, leading, motivating and developing staff and staff teams successfully.
  • The ability to intervene in difficult situations and challenge young people in an appropriate manner, promoting positive attitudes and behaviours.
  • A knowledge of procedures relating to the safeguarding of young people.
Interested and feel you have the experience and passion to perform well in this role? Then attach your CV now to avoid disappointment.

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