Temporary Matron Job in Northamptonshire, Starting January 5th till End of March
Duties and Responsibilities
Pastoral and Medical Care
To support the Hsm in the day to day running of the House.
To take responsibility for the care and wellbeing of pupils at all times.
To conduct daily surgeries in the House, organising and accompanying pupils to medical appointments when needed.
To provide appropriate care and supervision of unwell pupils within the House, either in their own beds or in sick bay.
To take responsibility for the acquisition, appropriate and secure storage, and the administering of prescription and non-prescription drugs to pupils.
To provide a friendly, open environment for pupils to seek help.
To act as first aider in the event of a medical emergency in the House, liaising with the School medical staff and external organisations i.e. hospitals and emergency services.
To liaise with parents/guardians/staff/medical staff in respect of the wellbeing of the pupils.
To be responsible for the smart appearance of the pupils.
To deal sensitively with information recognising confidentiality particularly in regard to the Children’s Act.
To be responsible for maintaining a stocked, secure medicine cabinet at all times.
To be responsible for maintaining accurate medical records of pupils, collection of prescriptions and attendance at medical appointments.
To report absence of pupils via the School intranet.
To follow Matron’s Protocols as described on the Intranet
To be responsible for preparing for and attending Parents’ Receptions and other School functions.
To attend all meals, to identify any absences or eating disorder issues.
To be available to the Hsm for updates/discussions/briefings on activities and event
Accommodation - Suitable residential accommodation is provided with the post.
A tenancy agreement will be required between the school and the Matron.
The candidate must have a valid DBS to apply for this position
The candidate must be a confident driver
Job number: 46780
Consultant: Kaisha Hastu