Centre Manager TLG Hull Central
Centre Manager TLG Hull Central
TLG Hull Central
Transforming Lives for Good (TLG) is a national charity that helps churches to bring hope and a future for struggling children. That means getting alongside struggling children, providing practical support in and out of school and connecting with home to bring hope and a future.
All over the UK, children are struggling in school for all kinds of reasons and many families are suffering without hope. Nationally, the latest statistics show that:
Children living in poverty are 4 times more likely to get a permanent exclusion from school
More than two thirds of the current prison population were excluded from school
One in six 16-24 year old ’NEETs’ (those not in Education, Employment or Training) die within ten years of falling out of the system
1.5 million children are entitled to free school meals in the UK
But there is hope.
It comes through the local church making a real difference in their community. TLG is passionate about bringing a practical approach that goes way beyond education and works to build strong connections between local churches, families and schools. At TLG, we have a big vision to make the difference in as many children and families lives as possible. We are transforming lives for good!
Jubilee Church Hull
TLG Hull Central is a working partnership between TLG and Jubilee Church Hull.
Jubilee Church Hull is a growing, charismatic evangelical church in the city of Kingston-Upon- Hull. Established in 2006, Jubilee’s vision is to be church that serves its city; in particular, those who are most in need. Jubilee believe God has called them to be a strong, vibrant multicultural church which represent God to the people of Hull and the surrounding region.
Jubilee is part of a larger group of churches who work together called ‘Regions Beyond’. Regions Beyond is part of the Newfrontiers family of churches and is defined as ‘A diverse family of churches joined in apostolic partnership’.
Location: TLG Hull Central
Salary: £30,546-£35,855 (FTE) (dependent on experience)
Hours: 37.5 per week
Reporting to: Centre Support Manager / Church Proprietor
Transforming Lives for Good (TLG) is a national charity with a Christian ethos, working with struggling children, young people and their families.
Blending classroom skills, human resource skills, financial skills, enterprise skills and the values of a vibrant Christian faith to establish, deliver, manage and grow the TLG Hull Central.
The TLG Centre is an innovative, independent school delivering tailored social and educational interventions for young people. It utilises imaginative curricula and resources, passionate staff and tried and tested methods of engagement to educate young people and transform their lives.
The Centre Manager reports to the TLG Centre Support Manager and Jubilee Church Hull Church Leader who will both support progress against objectives.
The Centre Manager leads the local TLG team, which [will initially] consist of a Classroom Teacher and/or intern and volunteers. As a team they provide education and transformation for six-nine young people on any one programme.
The Centre Manager will be part of the national TLG staff team which includes participation in central training, staff meetings, and conferences.
The Centre Manager will be a key part of the church/organisation staff team, and as such an active and committed member of the congregation.
This role requires flexible use of time. It is paramount that the manager is present during times that students are participating in TLG provision which is from 8.30am-2.30pm Mon/Tues/Thurs/Fri. Planning and preparation takes place after school hours and on Wednesdays. In addition, the Centre Manager will attend graduation ceremonies, after school activities, student interviews, reviews, school or referrer meetings and any other event that would ensure excellence of service.
Work in partnership with the Centre team in the planning, resourcing and delivery of sessions and programmes for the young people inclusive of Foundational Learning; Personal, Social and Health Education; Maths; English; Science; PE; and non-accredited lessons.
Lead the TLG Centre development through liaison and marketing with clients and stakeholders, including selling places on programmes.
Be inventive around curriculum, ensuring that learning is of the highest standard meeting the independent school standards and utilising best practice and current teaching methods.
Ensure that the TLG Centre team differentiates education to the individual/group by deploying innovative programmes for young people.
Lead the effective operation of school systems such as developing a Behaviour for Learning culture that includes sanctions and rewards. Advise, encourage and support young people to engage fully in all aspects of their individual programmes including extra curricula activities.
Responsibility for ensuring that all administration tasks such as: registration records, reports, exam portfolios, moderation procedures and Ofsted standards are adhered to or completed.
The Centre Manager is to promote and safeguard the welfare of young people with whom they may come into contact with and ensure the suitability of the environment, facilities and premises in line with health and safety policy and procedure.
Lead staff in tackling issues such as: behaviour for learning, child protection and other social issues that prevent holistic development.
Represent TLG within the church and vice-versa.
Represent TLG and the church in meetings, appropriate external agencies and other public events.
Management of TLG’s centre budget.
Identify and implement appropriate training for staff including TLG Leadership Training and facilitation of specialism in: Special Educational Needs (SEN), Bereavement, Counselling, and English as an Additional Language (EAL) in order to aid the holistic development of young people.
To attend and actively participate in The Leadership Track, Centre Managers' Forum, All Managers' Meetings and Staff Conferences.
Support opportunities for young people to explore the Christian faith in partnership with Jubilee Church Hull.
Foster and develop relationships with parents or carers and the referring organisation to encourage active involvement with the individual young person's programme.
Act as a link for ICT support staff with TLG and the church.
Take on additional responsibilities for specific tasks as your role develops.
Attend, fully participate in and, on occasions, lead daily Christian devotionals and times of worship for the staff team.
Be aware of the opportunity to participate in residential trips, involving children from the programmes that TLG are a part of.
Actively promote TLG’s regular giving scheme and recruit a number of individuals to become regular ‘Hope Givers’.
Skills & Knowledge
Good general standard of education including English, Mathematics GCSE or equivalent.
Teaching qualification, typically a PGCE, GTP or equivalent and has completed probation (or an appropriate teaching or tutor qualification or willingness to work towards one).
A relevant degree or level 3 qualification (or equivalent).
First Aid qualification.
Child Protection Designated Person Training.
Fire Marshall/Warden certificate.
Full driving licence and be willing to travel to meetings and transport young people to external activities as appropriate.
Manage a small team and be willing to undertake ongoing training.
Demonstrate good communication skills: written, verbal and listening.
Understand broad issues impacting a young person’s ability to participate in learning and self-improvement.
Possess proven skills and strategies for engaging young people within a classroom setting and out of hour’s school provision.
Can work with supporters/carers in achieving recognisable outcomes.
Some knowledge of the issues facing the centre’s local community.
Can relate to people from a variety of backgrounds and put them at ease.
Knowledge or skills of pastoral issues young people may face.
Ability to act as a positive role model.
Effective time management and ability to organise and prioritise own work load and that of team, and to keep to deadlines.
Evidence of effective ICT skills.
Highly effective personal leadership and ability to act as a role model for the culture of excellence and the values of TLG.
A minimum of two years’ relevant teaching/tutoring experience.
Experience of delivering lessons and learning activities in inventive and creative ways.
Has had experience of working with disaffected young people and can demonstrate successful progress with them.
Has experience in managing challenging behaviour.
A minimum of one year’s managerial or leadership experience within an educational establishment.
Proven track record of working with young people aged 11-16 years.
Positive approach to managing young people’s behaviour.
Delivery of alternative education programmes.