Personal and Social Development Co-Ordinator
To develop, implement and monitor a highly effective Personal Development
Program incorporating face to face, online and digital delivery, preparing
leaners for life in modern Britain, helping to equip them to be responsible,
respectful and active citizens. Supporting learners to develop resilience,
confidence and know how to keep themselves safe, promoting physically and
mental wellbeing. You will deliver bespoke sessions to identified groups of
learners targeting specific areas for development and learning. Working within
the Safeguarding. Pastoral and Welfare team and with the Student Wellbeing
Coordinator you will identify current themes and raise awareness of national
and local events and trends. Provide support and training to Progress Tutors in
their delivery of the program, work with Digital Developers to support the
- Develop an effective Personal Development Program (PDP) based on key safety and wellbeing themes for Progress Tutors to deliver in tutorials sessions.
- Devise and deliver bespoke sessions targeting specific development areas.
- Work with identified groups to deliver positive development and achieve successful learning outcomes
- Devise a 36-week Digital Safeguarding Scheme of Work to cover all safety and wellbeing topics, ensuring accessibility to all learners.
- To promote and support Student Wellbeing Coordinator with awareness events relevant to personal development, behavior, attitudes and healthy relationships aligning with 5 Ways to Wellbeing
- Support Progress Tutors with regular training sessions and team teaching to support delivery of the PDP topics.
- Provide support and Peer Observations to Progress Tutors to support consistency and effectiveness of delivery.
- Promote and safeguard the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults at the college and refer to Safeguarding team where appropriate.
- Support Safeguarding Manager and Quality Manager in Departmental Reviews.
- Working with DSO’s deliver Safeguarding Session to all groups including Apprentices and Adults.
- Working with Student Wellbeing Coordinator contribute to wider college events, national awareness events and themed activities.
- Source innovative activities and guest speakers and local providers to enhance Personal Development Program for learners
- Maintain accurate records of interactions.
- Promote British Values and the colleges Prevent Strategy
- Undertake training as required for the role
- Any other duties at a similar level of responsibility that may be required.
- Hopwood Hall College actively promotes the value of diversity and welcomes and encourages job applicants from people of all backgrounds. We particularly welcome applicants from disabled and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates. We would also welcome applicants from LGB and Trans and non-binary candidates. We are a disability confident employer and have made a positive commitment to employing disabled people and guarantee to interview all disabled candidates who meet the minimum essential criteria for the role as set out in the job description.
- SALARY SCALE: £26, 387.42 pro rata per annum, i.e £22,814.43 per annum
- Hours of Duty: 36 per week, Term Time only plus 4 weeks
- CLOSING DATE: 26th May 2022
- Use our online portal to apply