Head of Education
Marydale Lodge is a warm and welcoming environment that provides secure accommodation with education for young people aged 11 to 18 years. It consists of two six bedded secure units with a shared education facility where staff are committed to ensuring that the young people we care for aspire to reach their full potential.
We are currently recruiting for:
Head of Education
37 Hours per week
Salary: Teachers Leadership Pay Scale L3 to L8
This is an exciting opportunity for a qualified and experienced Teacher to lead the education team at Marydale secure welfare unit in St Helens. The successful candidate will have significant knowledge and experience in the education of young people with special education needs with the ability to co-ordinate the teaching of all curriculum areas across the keys stages.
As a key member of the Senior Management Team at Marydale, you will have excellent leadership skills to manage the education unit and to contribute to the ongoing development of the service.
What we offer:
Group Personal Pension Scheme
Life Assurance Scheme
A comprehensive induction programme with on going training and development
Regular supervisions and annual appraisal scheme
Career Progression opportunities
Access to 24 hour Employee Assistance Programme
Staff discount scheme
For an informal discussion about the position please contact Anne-Marie Carney (Assistant Director Children’s Services) on 0151 261 2000.
You can download the application form and all relevant information at the bottom of this page.
Or telephone our 24 hour recruitment line on 0151 261 2040 or email: HR@nugentcare.org
Closing date for completed applications – Mid-day Friday, 21st April 2017
Interview Date: Tuesday 2nd May 2017
Please Note – This position is subject to an enhanced DBS check. Applicants will be required to join the DBS update service upon notification of a successful interview. The cost of this will be reimbursed upon commencement of employment.
An Equal Opportunities Employer
Nugent actively promotes the safeguarding of vulnerable adults, young people and children