Assistant Behaviour, Welfare and Cover Officer

Assistant Behaviour, Welfare and Cover Officer

Hinde House 2-16 Academy (Secondary Phase)

Required as Soon as Possible

37 hours/39 weeks per annum

Fixed term until 31st May 2022 in the first instance

Grade 4 - £20,092 – £22,183 pro rata


‘Teaching is carefully matched to the needs of pupils of all abilities and provides appropriate challenge. As a result, pupils make good gains in their learning’

‘Senior and middle leaders have complementary skills and expertise’

‘The Trust is passionate in its vision for pupils in the school’

Ofsted 2017

We are seeking to appoint two Assistant Behaviour, Welfare and Cover Officers to increase capacity within our already well-established team. The successful candidate will work alongside our dedicated behaviour team to support the learning behaviour of students, thereby improving attendance, attainment and aspiration. The role will also involve providing short term cover in classes as and when required.
We will offer:

1. High quality professional development and support.
2. Access to an exceptional, positive and ambitious staff team.
3. Work in an outstanding learning environment.
4. A chance to work in a 2-19 Trust of 4 schools and a 6th Form which offers unique career development.
5. A chance to make a real difference to the lives of children.

This post offers an opportunity for a committed and motivated individual to work within our school. The successful candidate will be enthusiastic, keen to work in partnership with the staff and pupils at Hinde House and able to work under instruction as well as having the ability to use their initiative.

At Hinde House 2-16 Academy, we pride ourselves on having a strong ethos, based on mutual respect and care, celebrating our diversity and recognising success. We constantly strive to improve the life chances of our students by ensuring the highest levels of achievement.
We aspire to be the best inner-city school in the country.

Only by recruiting and retaining the very best staff, and developing them further, do we believe we will continue to improve.

Brigantia Learning Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidates will be required to complete a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) form in line with Section 115 of the Police Act 1997.

For more information and to request an application form, please contact or visit our website

Closing date for applications: Friday 22nd October 2021, at 12noon

Interviews to be confirmed