SEND Casework Officer
Post 16 SEND Casework Officer
£23,632 to £25,579
35 hours per week
County Hall Campus
We manage the statutory SEND system for EHC assessment, prepare and issue EHC plans along with determining educational placements and support. We also perform monitoring arrangements and provision for individual children and young people with EHC Plans.
This particular role focusses on young people aged 16 to 25 so experience of working with this age range would be beneficial. It is a challenging role where you will deal with complex situations but with rewarding outcomes. You must have experience and an understanding of SEND. Empathy is a must as you use your skills in building trust, tact and diplomacy to create effective working relationships. With an eye for detail you will have excellent written and verbal communication skills. Interpreting data from a variety of professional reports and other sources you will be able to create written documents which are clear, concise and comply with legislation.
The work of the SEND Service is important because what we do, and how we do it, directly affects parents and carers, children and young people, and the settings and schools that provide their education.
You will join a friendly and supportive team who will help you to develop and build your career in SEND. If you have any job specific questions don’t hesitate to contact Charlotte Krivosic, firstname.lastname@example.org , for an informal conversation.
Please apply using the link on this page, detailing why you are suitable for the position.
Closing Date: 23/01/2022
Proposed Interview Date: 28/01/2022