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  • Pupil Achievement Officer

    Posted: 12 June 2019

    We are seeking to appoint a driven and experienced Pupil Achievement Officer to join our Pastoral Team at Nishkam High School. We are looking for a motivated and ambitious individual who will be committed to driving our high expectations for all pupils across the school and have the resilience to make a real difference to the lives of our young people, believing that all children can, and will, achieve. You will possess strong interpersonal skills to effectively communicate with staff, parents, carers, pupils and external agencies.

    Pupil Achievement Officer  

    DATES:                                    Apply by midday on Monday 24th June 2019

    TITLE:                                       Pupil Achievement Officer

    SALARY:                                  Grade 5 (FTE: £22,387.00 - £26,437.00) Pro Rata: £19,663.76 - £23,221.10 

    LOCATION:                            Nishkam High School Birmingham

    TO COMMENCE:                     28th August 2019

    CONTRACT:                            40 hours per week / 40 weeks per year Fixed Term (one year in the first instance with a view to be made Permanent)

    JOB DESCRIPTION:                  Pupil Achievement Officer Job Description

    PERSONAL SPECIFICATION: Pupil Achievement Officer Personal Specification

    SAFEGUARDING:                     Safeguarding Policy              

     

    Nishkam High School is a Sikh ethos, multi-faith school in north-west Birmingham, providing both a secondary school and a sixth form for boys and girls aged 11 – 19 years. Our school has a unique nature whereby we positively nurture pupils of all faiths and beliefs.  We believe that faith-inspired values determine the character of education and that they should be intrinsic to the positive experience of daily life.  

     

    More than ‘Self’

    Nishkam High School is driven and sustained by the principle of being ‘nishkam’- creating a mind set to serve others without expectation or recognition. Experience suggests that this selfless practice promotes humility and unlocks great potential to transform ourselves and the world around us.

     

    If you want to make a real difference and are ready for a new challenge, then please get in touch using the contact details below.

     

    Nishkam School Trust (NST) are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share in this commitment. Any successful applicant will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Check.

     

    For further information and to apply for this role, please visit our website. To discuss the position further or arrange an informal visit the school, please contact Sara Burroughs, Principal’s PA on 0121 348 7660. Please note that CV’s are not accepted and applicants should download an application form and send with a letter of application to Recruitment, at Nishkam High School, Great King Street North, Birmingham, B19 2LF or email directly to recruitment.nhsb@nishkamschools.org.

     

    To apply:

    • You need to complete an application form, which you can download from here Application Form or contact the school office on 0121 348 7660
    • Applications to be sent to recruitment.nhsb@nishkamschools.org by midday on Monday 24th June 2019
    • Interviews Thursday 27th June 2019

    Nishkam High School

    Birmingham