Personal and Social Development Co-ordinator
South Gloucestershire and Stroud College
Personal and Social Development Co-ordinator
Location: Stroud Campus
FTE Salary: Up to £26,220.00 (Salary is dependent on qualifications and experience)
Actual Salary: £20,976.00
Contract Type: Permanent, Part-Time
Working Hours: 29.6 Hours per week
SGS is an Equal Opportunities and Disability Confident employer and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community.
Financial Rewards and Benefits:
- Opportunity to make a positive impact within the community and on learners’ lives
- Competitive Pension Scheme- Corporate and support roles have access to the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS), a flexible and pension accessible from the age of 55, with generous employer contributions of 16%.
- Generous Annual leave entitlement plus the 8 bank holidays- 25 days corporate and support functions, increasing to 30 days after 5 academic years’ service (Full-Time Equivalent).
- Two weeks leave during the Christmas closedown period largely supported by the discretionary closure days provided by the College.
- Extensive professional development with ongoing support for your personal & professional development, including 25% tuition discount for immediate family of SGS employees.
- Family friendly policies and a proven commitment to supporting flexible working practices
- Access to ‘My Lifestyle’ discounted shopping benefits, cycle to work scheme and a Technology Salary Sacrifice Scheme
- Free Annual Eye test
- All staff members can buy a TOTUM card(formerly known as NUS Extra cards), as part of being an affiliate member of the Students’ Union
- Staff have access and supported to be part of inclusive or sustainable staff networks and communities
- Free car parking at all campuses (Except Queens Road Art School)
- Access to a wide variety of external health and wellbeing resources
- Subsidised onsite catering services including Starbucks Coffee
South Gloucestershire & Stroud College has an excellent reputation for delivering further education and work-based programmes in a range of subjects – from business to sport, construction to media, GCSE’s and A Levels to Honour Degree level programmes.
Our experienced and passionate staff work hard to help students and colleagues achieve their personal challenges and career goals. We are proud of SGS and committed to making the College the best it can be. We are currently working hard to achieve “Outstanding” status after being classified as “Good” in our last inspection. For more information, please visit https://www.sgscol.ac.uk/
The Personal and Social Development Co-ordinator will work as part of the SGSPlus+ team incorporating the Tutorial, Enrichment, Student Community and Voice of the Learner provision at the College. The SGSPlus+ programme has core aims of developing social understanding, equipping young people with the skills required to thrive and providing learners with memorable experiences outside of their core study programme.
We are looking to appoint a Personal and Social Development Co-ordinator who will be responsible for supporting learning areas with their Enrichment and Tutorial provision across our campuses.
Key Tasks and Responsibilities
- Co-ordination of all enrichment activity across college in line with the SGSPlus+ programme
- Delivery of college enrichment activity in line with sport the SGS+ framework
- To assist in delivery of enrichment events held at SGS College Campuses
- Deliver Enrichment and Tutorial activity face-to-face and embed yourself within learner culture at SGS
- To plan, co-ordinate and deliver a series of SGSPlus+ programmes inclusive of SGS Live Events and SGS Information stations.
- Further learner culture by overseeing the creation and execution of campus-based committees such as LGBTQIA+, REACH and Eco Committees
Beneficial Skills & Qualifications
- Project management and ability to manage multiple projects at any one time.
- An understanding of key societal issues and challenges including an in depth understanding of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.
- An innovative approach and a can-do attitude to the provision of personal and social development opportunities here at SGS College.
- Organisational skills – Tracking and monitoring of projects
- Strong interpersonal skills and ability to develop relationships with a range of stakeholders.
Please apply online by: Monday 11th March 2024
Expected Interview Date: To be confirmed
If you have any queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
SGS College is committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults and any offer of employment will be subject to a number of conditions including a requirement for providing satisfactory references. In line with KCSIE and having regard to all relevant guidance, a range of checks and online searches will also be conducted for successful candidates, and a satisfactory DBS Enhanced Disclosure will need to be obtained as a requirement of the job.