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Bi Borough PEP Projects Strategic Lead WCC530731

Job Details:

Salary range:  £48,402 - £51,444 per annum. Salary is negotiable depending on experience. 
Work location: 101 Orchardson Street, Westminster, London, NW8 8EA
Hours per week: 36 
Contract type: Permanent 
Vetting requirements: DBS Enhanced Check
Closing date: 26 June 2022
Interview date: Week commencing 04 July 2022
Contact details for an informal discussion: Natalie Stephenson, Bi Borough Head of Virtual School, 07817054811, or via email at NSTEPHENSON@WESTMINSTER.GOV.UK

About Us:

THE EXTRAORDINARY STORY OF SHOFA’S MARKET

Children’s Services in Westminster City Council is a world of extraordinary stories. Where courageous and inspiring professionals bring everything to their work.

Sometimes this even includes heartbreak. Shofa is a shining example. Shofa’s brother suffered with his mental health and died tragically young. She uses his memory as motivation to give Westminster Youth Council members the opportunity to have a voice and get involved in decision making.

This passion resulted in her innovation: The Westminster Youth Market. Here local teenagers learn about entrepreneurship and develop their personal skills. This is an inclusive platform where everyone’s contribution and abilities are celebrated. 

Inspired by a promising life cut short, Shofa believes without vision there is no direction, and every young person should be supported to realise their dreams.

Please view the extraordinary story of Shofa’s Market here.

The Role:

As a Bi Borough PEP and Projects Strategic Lead, you can make your own powerful contribution. Join us, and combine the activities of two virtual schools into a bi-borough virtual school that gives vulnerable young people the support they need, and sets new benchmarks for the area.

It's a unique opportunity to work with a blank page. To develop supportive structures, processes and practices that will – and then put your ideas into action.

In practice, you’ll look at Pupil Premium Plus Grant Schools allocations and tracking, as well as quality assurance and the Personal Education Plan. 

That means collaborating closely with the Virtual School Headteacher, and other schools and professional. We’ll also look for you to maximise a Pupil Premium budget approach £500,000. 

Everything you do will be aimed at putting measures in place that improve efficiency and quality. The end result will be ever-better attendance and access to education.

Please refer to the Job Description for more information.

About You:

RQF level 6-qualified (or with an equivalent degree or experience), you’ll have an impressive education or social care background, and understand the nuances of educational progress and attainment. 

Equally, you’ll be comfortable working with senior leaders in schools and other professionals in a fast-paced environment, and bring a real passion for breaking down the barriers that impact on the education of children in care. 

The Council and its partners are committed to achieving diverse shortlists for all vacancies at Band 4 or above to support our desire to increase the number of staff from underrepresented groups in our workforce. As part of this ambition, if you are from a Black, Asian and Multiple Ethnic backgrounds (B.A.ME.) you can self-declare this to the hiring manager as part of our positive action commitments. 

What We Offer:

Westminster is an amazing place. There are 250,000 diverse residents, over 50,000 vibrant and vital businesses and three-quarters-of-a-million people working here every day. Our mission is to create a city for all. We’re an organisation that wants the very best for our residents: a supportive and safe environment, the chance to grow and learn throughout their lives, to build fantastic careers in world-leading industries, to have access to high-quality, affordable housing and to retire into the community with dignity and pride. 

We want Westminster to be a place where you can make the most of your talents and thrive as an individual. That’s why we’re proud to have won Best Health & Wellbeing Initiative in the 2020/21 Business Culture Awards. By being the best you can be, you’ll help us adapt to the changing needs of our organisation and communities.   

At Westminster City Council, we are passionate about our aim to be an inclusive workplace for all that reflects the communities we serve, and we believe everyone is valued. We particularly welcome applicants from underrepresented backgrounds, including B.A.ME (Black, Asian and Multiple Ethnic backgrounds), LGBTQ+ and those with hidden or visible disabilities. We’re committed to ensuring all our staff – regardless of gender, age, religion, sexuality, ethnicity or disability – can succeed. We value diversity and appreciate that people work in different ways. So, as a Timewise employer we work to provide flexible working arrangements and an empowering environment that enables you to be your best, that is the Westminster Way. 

 

 


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