Deputy Safeguarding Lead

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Deputy Safeguarding Lead

Location
Weybridge, Surrey
College
Brooklands College
Hours
Part Time
Salary
up to £26,351.41 per annum
Posted
18th February 2020
Start Date
As soon as possible
Expires
5th March 2020 12:00 AM
Contract Term
Fixed term contract
Job ID
1091999
Job Reference
SE410DSL
Start date
As soon as possible
  • Contract type: Fixed term contract
  • Contract length: up to 31 December 2020
  • NQTs Considered:
  • Job ID: 1091999

DEPUTY SAFEGUARDING LEAD

(Fixed term contract to 31 December 2020)

Salary: £26,351.41 per annum (FTE) (term time only - 42 weeks per year)

Hours: 20 per week

With Safeguarding experience, preferably in an education setting, the College is looking to recruit a Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead to support the College in its commitment to the protection of all students through the coordination of cross college safeguarding practice.

The purpose of the role is to be a point of contact for advice on safeguarding matters and act as one of the College’s Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs). Working across our Ashford and Weybridge sites, the successful candidate will ensure that the College complies with related legislation and guidance.

The College is committed to safeguarding to ensure the safety of young people and vulnerable adults. Employment is subject to a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service

Benefits include: excellent contributory pension scheme, car parking facilities and refectory.

Close date: 4 March 2020

Interview date: interviews will be held week commencing 16 March 2020


Attachments

Safeguarding Statement:

Education and training is a right for all and Brooklands College regards all of its existing and potential students, staff and customers as being of equal value. The College aims to ensure equal and safe access and equal opportunities for all, irrespective of gender or marital status, race or religion, learning ability/disability or difficulty, sexual orientation or age. In this respect, no one should receive less favourable treatment in relation to the curriculum, services, employment or any other aspect of College life. Brooklands aims to present a positive image which is welcoming to all and to keep both the College and the community informed of its policy and ethos.
Brooklands College

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