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Construction Teacher

 

Job Description

  • Do you see relationships as fundamental to your work with children, families, and the wider community? 
  • Do you have a keen interest in developing your knowledge, skills and practice? 
  • Do you want to be a part of an innovative and courageous team developing the UK’s first secure school? 

We are offering an exciting opportunity for a teacher of construction to join the team in contributing to and delivering an outstanding curriculum at the UK’s first secure school.  

Oasis Restore represents a revolution in youth justice: an opportunity for children within the criminal justice system to experience a truly restorative environment, that creates the potential for them to thrive in the future. As a founding teacher, you will play a key role in designing and delivering a curriculum that provides a nurturing, therapeutic and educational community that embeds hope, stability, and opportunity for children in our care. Come and develop your career within an organisation dedicated to transforming lives.  

Your role as a teacher will be integral to the progress of all children at Oasis Restore, to deliver aspirational educational outcomes. You will be responsible for outstanding teaching that develops curious and dedicated learners and meets their individual needs and interests. You will have the opportunity to deliver a second subject area, developing your own practice with the necessary support to deliver consistently outstanding teaching. You will launch and continuously contribute to a creative curriculum underpinned by progressive pedagogies, in line with the national curriculum and a variety of formal qualifications, setting a true gold standard for learning.  

You will be an integral part of a passionate, committed, and ground-breaking multidisciplinary team, working integratively towards improving the outcomes for children so often overlooked. Together, we will devise strategies to empower children to take ownership of their own learning journeys, so preparing them for successful transitions into the next phase of their journey. You will teach class sizes of 5 children, with the support of two additional staff to tailor learning support to each student in a specially designed education buildings with brand new equipment, technology and software.  

As a champion of restorative practice, you will place relational connection at the heart of everything you do. Your work will be the driving force that enables children to transition out of Oasis Restore with the support in place for them to succeed in the next step of their journeys.

Our Secure School

Oasis Restore is the UK’s first secure school that is a proof-of-concept policy initiative funded by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) and the Youth Custody Service. Oasis Restore’s mission is to transform the life chances of children aged 12-18 years in the criminal justice system through delivering psychologically informed, integrated practice that centres on trusted, safe relationships between staff and children. Oasis Restore is a learning community that embeds hope, stability, and opportunity for children beyond the secure school.

 

Benefits to Staff

As a newly established subsidiary of the Oasis Charitable Trust, you enjoy the benefit of being part of a national organisation that aims to support all staff to reach their full potential and a once in a lifetime opportunity to create, develop and grow a new collaborative and innovative values-based organisation.

• Class sizes of approximately 5 children, with 2 additional support staff

• A minimum of 15% planning, preparation, and assessment time (PPA)

• Use of brand new, specially designed classrooms and ICT suite with course-specific software.

• Reduced teacher workload, exams and at home marking expectation

• A mixture of one to one and group reflective practise, coaching & supervision sessions as well as regular line management.

• Experience an Appraisal policy that decouples pay and performance.

• An elected staff forum to listen to, and act on, staff feedback

• Access to a competitive defined benefit pension scheme (either the Teachers Pensions Scheme or Local Government Pension Scheme subject to individual scheme rules).

• 40 days annual leave including bank holidays (see application pack for staff working pattern)

• Subject to meeting basic eligibility criteria, be entitled to up to 8 weeks full-pay and 18 weeks half-pay paid maternity/adoption/shared parental leave (based broadly on the NHS Employers scheme).

• Subject to meeting basic eligibility criteria be entitled to up to 3 weeks fully paid paternity leave.

• Paid time off to attend antenatal appointments (those staff who are either pregnant or whose partner is pregnant)

• Have a structured and bespoke induction training plan plus a training offer bespoke to our context leading to a level 4 qualification in the therapeutic care of adolescents.

• Receive the same offer of sick leave pay (based broadly on the length of service in the national ‘Green Book’ framework) from Day 1 of employment.

• Up to 5 days discretionary paid compassionate/emergency/general leave plus further discretionary unpaid leave

• Up to 4 weeks paid parental bereavement leave plus up to 5 days paid bereavement leave for the death of other specified close relatives.

• Expenses and travel costs incurred as part of the working day (as appropriate, not including travel to work)

• Access to an eye care vouchers scheme, season Ticket Loans, a cycle to work scheme and free car parking.

• We are in the process of setting up a new employee health care cash plan and employee discount scheme.

What are you waiting for?  Apply today!

Closing date:  Monday 2nd October 8am

Interviews: 5th and 6th October 2023

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