Emotional Wellbeing Coordinator

Karalius Foundation, Rayleigh
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Job Ref No. ECC0-28 Position Type: Teaching/Child Support Pay Range: £21,023 - 25,000
Position Start Date: 01/09/2022 Contract Type: Full-time Contract Term: Permanent
Application Close: 07/07/2022 Midnight Date of Interviews: To be confirmed  

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Due to an exciting period of growth, we are looking to recruit Emotional Wellbeing Coordinators, to work alongside our young people.

Core Purpose: To encourage the inclusion of students by using positive management techniques designed to develop the students' ability to regulate their own emotions.

• To work with all staff as part of a professional team to support and deliver learning activities for individual and targeted groups of students with the aim of improving students' attitudes, as well as their attendance and achievement

• To work with Head of Therapeutic Provision and Head of Statutory Provision to provide effective family intervention

• To undertake home visits when appropriate during term and holiday time

Duties: To produce a variety of resources for student/foundation/hub designed to support an Individual's SEMH programme and/or support whole foundation positive regulation systems

• To participate in the evaluation and review of the agreed support in conjunction with other emotional wellbeing support staff and/or foundation staff

• To attend relevant meetings and in-service training provided by the Foundation

• To consult with parents regarding student support matters and responding to critical incidents

• To record all critical incidents in an appropriate and timely manner

• To support students before, during and after a cycle of assault to both reassure them and ensure that the student is aware of what restorative actions are necessary

• To be a strong role model for emotional regulation and associated language

• Work with appropriate staff to strategically plan and implement interventions that enable all students to overcome personal obstacles and challenges so that they make maximum progress and attainment

• To demonstrate a commitment to promoting the mental wellbeing of all students and staff, ensuring it is the focus of all actions undertaken in the role

• To provide support, guidance and advice to families

• To support the identification of at-risk pupils or those demonstrating signs of mental ill health

• To develop relationships with home, and set up interventions that can be delivered with families

• To develop a support system that will encourage relationships and effective communication between home and the foundation and relationships

• To organise visits to students at home during holidays in order to promote smooth and consistent transition between settings

Person Specification: Applicants will be able to demonstrate an empathy with young people, have previous experience with family liaison or in an emotional support setting and hold a Level 2 qualification in both maths and English or be willing to work towards these qualifications.

Successful candidates will be subject to an Enhanced check by the Disclosure and Barring service.

Information about the School

Established in 2020 and having recently achieved successful status as an Independent Special School for Social, Emotional, Mental Health and Autism Spectrum Disorder, Karalius offers a unique experience for students with Special Educational Needs (SEN), for 12–16-year-old boys.

Our mission is to revolutionise the education system to enable it to meet the needs of the disenfranchised youth in today's society. We believe that every young person has the right to a quality first education, we want to partner with local authorities to help them deliver outstanding provisions for their hard to reach young people. Our values are grounded in our determination to be the change we want to see in our nation, through compassion, determination and integrity.

We have high expectations of our students and build a secure and happy atmosphere in which students can learn effectively.

Based in Rayleigh, Essex with close transport links to London, our current location is set within a sports and social club.

Statement of Child Protection - Note to applicants

Visits to the school are strongly advised. For an informal discussion about the post, and to arrange a visit please contact denise.mooney@centralserviceslimited.co.uk

We are committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of our students and expect all staff to share this commitment. A Disclosure and Barring Service Certificate will be required for all posts. This post will be subject to enhanced checks as part of our Prevent Duty.

All appointments are subject to safer recruitment requirements to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people. All positions will involve appropriate checks and clearances.

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Contact Information

Denise Mooney
Rayleigh Town Sports & Social Club
London Road, Rayleigh
Essex, SS6 9DT
Telephone: 01268 551910
Email: denise.mooney@centralserviceslimited.co.uk