BANK BOARDING HOUSE MATRON
Part-time post with effect from as soon as possible
£10.19 per hour and this is paid for the on-duty hours. Workers will also receive an anti-social hours’ allowance of £51.52 – £52.44 per overnight shift for the on call/sleep-in element of the shift.
Wymondham College has over 400 staff dedicated to supporting World Class education. The College currently is one of the top State Schools in the Country and is recognised as one of the highest performing State Schools in the East of England, this is backed up by its most recent Ofsted review which rated the College as outstanding in both Education and Boarding inspections.
The College is focused on providing outstanding quality to their students and staff not only in education but also through its provision of exceptional facilities and accommodation on site across its 83-acre campus.
Boarding House Matrons (Pastoral Care Workers) are an integral part of the boarding house staff team and play a significant role in the personal development of the students under their care. As one of the most successful state boarding schools in UK, Wymondham College provides outstanding boarding care for its students and a vibrant, inspiring team of boarding house matrons are vital to this continued success.
Boarding House Matrons (Pastoral Care Workers) assist the House leadership team with the care of both boarding and day students, with particular responsibility for the health and well-being of boarders and supervision of boarder during the evenings, overnight and mornings
Applications will be considered on receipt, therefore early applications
Download an application form at: https://bit.ly/3LQl08Q
Or contact the HR team on email@example.com / 01953 609012
The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, therefore all applicants must be prepared to undergo a number of checks to confirm their suitability to work with children and young people. The Trust welcomes applications from all sectors of the community. In accordance with the Department of Education’s “Keeping Children Safe in Education”, references will be sought on all short-listed candidates before interview.