Staff Vacancies at Woodhouse
Woodhouse College is a popular and oversubscribed sixth form college of around 1350 full-time students, all on A level courses, on a pleasant campus in North London. The College is proud of its strong community spirit and friendly supportive atmosphere. Our success rates and A*-B pass rates at A level regularly put us in the top five colleges in England. Our students are ambitious, lively and committed to doing well. Staff work hard and morale is high.
The College is committed to equality and diversity and encourages applications from minority ethnic groups which are currently underrepresented.
The College is committed to safeguarding and the promotion of the welfare of children and vulnerable adults. To promote safer recruitment, the College has adopted guidance as set out by the Department for Education: ‘Keeping children safe in education’ (September 2016). As well as the scrutiny of application forms, interview information and references, we undertake enhanced disclosure and barring service checks (DBS) for all new starters. Prohibition checks are included for teaching staff in case of any sanctions or restrictions; for the same purpose, overseas checks are also done for teaching staff who have lived or worked outside the UK. These procedures reflect the College’s Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy. For more information regarding the Disclosure and Barring Service and safer recruitment, please visit the Home Office website (www.gov.uk/disclosure-barring-service-check).
The College is a member of The Maple Group of leading sixth form colleges in England.
Support Staff and Other posts
This is a rewarding post for an enthusiastic person to work within an outstanding pastoral team to coordinate and manage safeguarding cases and processes. You will be working within a friendly, welcoming and supportive team and you will be reporting directly to the senior leadership team. The successful applicant will have a thorough understanding of safeguarding and child protection processes and procedures. Much of the work will be directly supporting students facing difficulties or who are at risk.