Student Engagement Co-ordinator

Are you passionate about improving student engagement and the life chances of young people?

We are looking for a dynamic, passionate and proactive Student Engagement Co-ordinator who will implement a range of activities and interventions to enable our students to thrive both inside and outside the classroom. This role would suit a new graduate who may be considering teaching as it could provide a great stepping stone into teaching via the school direct route.

  • Reports To: Assistant Headteacher
  • Hours: 36 hours per week, term time + 5 days (39 weeks)
  • Salary: Grade 6, SCP 11 – 17 (£21,748 - £24,491 pro rata)
  • Start Date: As soon as possible

 

About the role


The Student Engagement Co-ordinator’s role will operate at two levels. Firstly, from a whole school perspective, you will be responsible for co-ordinating an inspiring careers programme, facilitating all educational trips and organising an exciting extracurricular programme.

Secondly, by analysing data and working alongside pastoral staff and the senior leadership team, you will identify and implement interventions at an individual student level to drive academic success.


About you


Whilst strong planning and organisational skills will be important, the success of this role depends on strong communication skills and the ability to form excellent working relationships – whether this be with other staff, students or third parties. We need someone who is proactive, enthusiastic and loves to make a difference. Our students often come from disadvantaged backgrounds and this pivotal role is ideal for someone who is ambitious and always looking to create opportunities that set our students up for success.

 

About us

The School is part of the BePART Educational Trust which was set up by Birkenhead Sixth Form College, an Ofsted Outstanding post-16 specialist, recently awarded TES Sixth Form College of the Year. The School and the College work together collaboratively to share and develop educational best practice and create an inspiring culture with opportunities for career development. The Birkenhead Park School aims to achieve “Ambition and Excellence for All” and we are committed to providing the best possible education for every student. The School is driven by the values of Positivity, Ambition, Resilience, and Thoughtfulness, and building character is seen as a fundamental priority in securing our students’ future success.

In May 2017, Ofsted recognised the significant progress the School has made in its journey of transformation. This has been further confirmed by our 2019 Ofsted inspection:

  • “Leaders’ actions are having a positive effect on pupils’ achievement in their GCSE examinations.”
  • “Leaders have designed curriculums to allow pupils to build on earlier learning”
  • “Since the previous inspection, leaders have acted to improve the quality of education for pupils.”

full report: birkenheadparkschool.com/about/Ofsted-Report

In addition to the opportunities for career development offered through the BePART Educational Trust, we have a programme of high quality bespoke training that will support career development and offer a progression pathway to expertise.

 

How to apply

You can Quick Apply via TES, or follow the links below to download the Support Staff Application Form:

Support Staff Application Form (PDF)

Support Staff Application Form (Word)


Completed applications should be returned to the HR Department by email to: recruitment@birkenheadparkschool.com

The closing date for receipt of a completed application form is:

Monday 21 June 2021, 9am

 

 

The Birkenhead Park School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS check. Applications will only be considered when submitted on a fully completed School application form. All applicants will be considered on the basis of suitability for the post regardless of age, sex, race or disability.

Salary: Grade 6, SCP 11 – 17 (£21,748 - £24,491 pro rata)

Closing Date: 21 June 2021, 9.00am

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