School First Aider
School First Aider
Do you have experience working as a first-aider or with a nursing background? We are looking for a full-time first-aider/Welfare Officer to join a secondary school in Haringey.
This is a full time role. 8.15am - 4.00pm, Monday to Friday and the salary is £14-16 per hour.
Ideally, you will have worked in a similar role before in a school, but a good first aid/medical (with first aid) background would be great.
As the school's Welfare Officer and first-aider, your responsibilities will include but not be limited to:
- Implementing and managing policies and procedures related to student safety and health
- Coordinating first aid responses and offering appropriate medical assistance
- Keeping accurate records of incidents and accidents on the school SIMS system
- Keeping a record of student's with medical needs and providing medication
- Planning and organising welfare-related events and activities.
The ideal candidate will have:
- A current enhanced first certificate(essential)
- Strong organisational and communication skills and a good team player
- The ability to handle pressure and manage multiple tasks
- Compassion and empathy in working with young people
- A passion for making a positive impact on students and the school community.
This is a full-time Welfare Officer and first-aid position with the potential to go permanent and starts immediately.
If you have a current first-aid qualification and are enthusiastic about making a difference in the lives of young people, click the "Apply now" button. For more information, contact Stuart Edge at 0207 845 5450(option 2) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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