Job Title: Service Children Support Coordinators
Salary: Bucks Pay Range 3 - £20,092 to £21,736 (pro rata and depending on
Location Area: Early Years Settings, Primary Schools and Secondary Schools clustered around
RAF Halton and RAF High Wycombe
Location Details: Based at Halton Community Combined School Buckinghamshire
Description: To start September 2013 or as soon as possible thereafter. We require a number of
committed and enthusiastic individuals to manage mobility and deployment issues
for children from Service families arriving and departing schools and Early Years
settings in Buckinghamshire. Relevant experience/qualifications necessary (Level 3
qualifications in Education/Childcare/Health/Social Care or equivalent and a robust
understanding of the issues faced by Service children and families).
These posts will be for 25 hrs. per week, term time only, and for a fixed term of one
year. (These posts are fully funded for 1 year by the LIBOR £35M support fund for
projects to support Service and veteran families)
The successful candidate will work under the direction of the Head teacher Halton
School and SCSN and will be deployed to schools and early years settings serving
RAF Halton and RAF High Wycombe.
Responsibilities will include managing and co-ordinating induction programmes
across the early years, primary and secondary phases and supporting Service pupils
and families during parental deployment.
This is an exciting opportunity to develop an innovative role in a proactive county
and build on the success of our current Service Children project – flexibility,
teamwork and excellent communication skills will be essential.
Secondments to this Range 3 role will be considered subject to the agreement of
the current employer.
Application details: Please contact the school or SCSN for more details and an application form: e-mail:
firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com or tel:
Closing date: 30th
August 2013 / Interview date: 11th
September 2013 / Induction
Buckinghamshire County Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and
expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Our recruitment and selection process therefore
highlights the importance of ensuring children’s welfare and safety