Out of School coordinator

Recruiter
Randstad Education
Location
Bath,Somerset,United Kingdom
Salary
£22,100 - £22,100 Per Year, Child Care & Fitness centre Discount
Posted
07 Jun 2021 13:54
Closes
05 Jul 2021 23:59
Reference
1221001598
Sector
Academy
Job Level
Administrator / Coordinator/ Assistant
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Out of School coordinator

We require a dynamic, enthusiastic person to run our popular Out of School Service in the Oldfield Park area of Bath, including breakfast clubs, after school and holiday clubs.The successful person will organise the delivery of the Ofsted framework, organise staff teams, plan programmes of activities and liaise with parents and schools on site. There are 3 out of school clubs based in local schools around the Oldfield Park area.This special person will have had experience of working with primary aged children and be qualified in childcare or teaching. They must have had relevant experience of working with children and a love of every day being different. Our clubs are popular with children and parents and we value this work.The post is for 34 hours a week and we offer a good salary. We also offer discounts on childcare and a discount for our health and fitness centre.£22,100 per year for permanent position or £12.50 for a temporary positionExperience - Up to 2 year's experience of a child care environment, preferably with 4-11 year oldsSupervisory experience - Experience of dealing with child protection and safeguarding concernsDuties and ResponsibilitiesTo hold up-to-date knowledge of childcare related legislation and Ofsted requirementsTo develop policies, procedures, systems and standards for the Out of Schools clubs and ensure effective implementation and monitoringTo develop and maintain relationships with OFTSED, social services and local schoolsTo ensure all staff are fully informed and actively involved with the OFSTED procedures and policiesTo recruit, manage and co-ordinate the staff teams in out of school projectsTo support and develop the existing staff team; including holding regular staff meetings for sharing information, planning programmes and activities and staff trainingTo manage and monitor the operational budget for the out of school clubs, including income from fees, expenditure and highlighting any deficit areas as they ariseDealing with parent enquires, queries and concerns on a daily basis, verbally, by email and phonePlanning an exciting programme of activities for after school and holiday clubs with staff and childrenLeading on safeguarding and child protection for the Out of school clubs, ensuring staff are trained and clear on their responsibilities. Making timely referrals and seeking advice when neededRecruiting staff by working with HR to advertise, select for interview, interview and induct new staffLiaising with outside agenciesHaving a commitment to undertaking training and professional developmentIf this sounds like you, please get in touch with Matt on (phone number removed) or email (url removed)If you know someone who would be great for this role we offer a "refer a friend scheme" worth £300 of vouchers

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