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St Malachy’s College is the oldest Catholic Boys’ Grammar School in the Diocese of Down and Connor. It works to develop strong and positive links with the local community and with its contributory primary schools. The College enjoys an excellent reputation based on an outstanding pastoral care system and is a community with a passionate commitment to learning.

Learning Mentor

 

Permanent, full-time post to provide a complementary service to teaching and pastoral staff in the College, addressing the needs of the children who need help to overcome barriers to learning both inside and outside in order to achieve their full potential. She/he will work intensively with young people who have been identified as underachieving.  The particular emphasis of this work is on helping these pupils to achieve their academic potential by minimising learning barriers. 

Essential Criteria: Minimum of 2 A Levels or equivalent, grades A to E, GCSE/O Level English and Mathematics grades A to C, accredited professional development courses in a related area, appreciable competence in ICT, minimum of two years’ experience in an educational setting academically supporting children with a range of special educational needs.

Desirable Criteria: Educated to Degree level and minimum of six months’ experience in a similar role managing staff.

Working Hours: Monday to Thursday 8.30am to 4.45pm, Fridays 8.30am to 4.15pm. Summer working hours, Monday to Thursday 8.30am to 3.45pm, Fridays 8.30am to 2.45pm.

Salary: NJC scale point 19 to 25, (£25,927 to £30,095 per annum).

2010 - present

The Board of Governers of St. Malachy's College, 36 Antrim Road, Belfast BT15 2AE invites applications for the above named post. Application forms for this post, along with any relevant information may be downloaded from the website now. Alternatively, this can be obtained from the Monitoring Officer in the College.
 

 

Deadline for receipt of applications is Wednesday 28th September 2022 at 3.00pm

2010 - present

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