St Brendan’s Catholic Sixth Form College is situated in the south of Bristol in an exceptional modern campus setting.
We provide post-16 education in a sixth form environment underpinned by our Christian values and ideals while welcoming students from all religious and non-religious backgrounds. The College strives to act in the spirit of the gospel by providing the experience of a Christian community which supports each individual as a unique creation of God. As part of our Catholic ethos we believe in respect for all individuals; and recognise and celebrate the enrichment that diversity, including diverse religions, philosophies and beliefs, brings to us as a learning community.
Student Engagement Officer, Full-time, Term Time Only plus 4 additional weeks
We have an exciting permanent opportunity available in our Support Services Team for a Student Engagement Officer to start as soon as possible in early 2020.
The Student Engagement Officer acts as the champion for learner voice in the College and takes the lead in a range of learner engagement activities. This includes devising and delivering a diverse enrichment programme of charitable, social, volunteering and other participative activities. The ideal candidate will be an enthusiastic and resilient professional who can promote the personal development and wellbeing of students through their engagement in the Student Union and other activities.
If you can inspire, challenge, motivate as well as contribute to the promotion of personal, social and emotional development for our learners we want to hear from you.
Previous candidates interviewed in the last two months need not re-apply.
Support Staff Salary Spine Points 26-29, £21,451 Per annum - £23,496 per annum, pro rata. (2019 Pay award pending)
Actual salary per annum £19,799.27 - £21,686.80
Closing date for all online applications is by 23.59 pm on Sunday 5th January 2020.
Interviews will be held as soon as possible after the closing date.
St Brendan's Sixth Form College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.