Specialist Teacher (SEN/D)

Location
Warstones and any other suitable touch down space
Salary
£25,714 - £41,604 salary and allowance pro rata if part-time
Posted
09 May 2022
Closes
21 May 2022
Job Ref
WLV000004263
Contract Type
Fixed Term Contract
Working Pattern
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Specialist Teacher (SEN/D)

Full time / Part Time hours available

Teachers' Pay Scale + SEN Allowance £2270 - £4479 depending on qualifications and experience (pro rata if part-time)

This post is not suitable for Early Career Teachers.  

We are recruiting to a fixed term one year post, from 1.9.22 to 31.8.23 and although the post is full-time, we are prepared to be flexible in order to appoint the best candidate, with relevant experience and/or assessment qualifications.

Interviews to be held on Thursday, 26th May.

Specialist Learning Support provides a service that is commissioned by schools to support them in fulfilling their duties as detailed in the SEN(D) Code of Practice.

Each specialist teacher works predominantly with their allocated schools to provide support through undertaking assessments, direct teaching, consultation with school staff and by delivering training.

Their focus is raising the attainment of children and young people who have difficulties with cognition and learning and the role involves advising SENCos, class teachers and teaching assistants, as well as liaising with Parents/Carers and other Education professionals within Inclusion and Empowerment, and across Health and Social Care.

Further information about the team can be found here

Welcome to Specialist Learning Support | Wolverhampton Education Services

Specialist Learning Support | Wolverhampton Information Network

and by contacting:

Margaret Renshaw

Specialist Teacher Team Leader

Email: margaret.renshaw@wolverhampton.gov.uk

Mobile: 07733554678

City of Wolverhampton Council are committed to representing Wolverhampton’s diverse community and therefore strongly encourage applications from all applicants meeting the essential criteria.  The council operates a guaranteed interview policy for disabled candidates, those who have previously been under our care and are over the age of 25 and veterans who have served in the military, where it is evidenced that the essential criteria of the post are met.

Our application system is anonymous, this means recruitment interview panel members will not receive details of your name or date of birth unless you are invited to attend an interview. We are not able to hide personal information from any attachments that you upload so we request that you remove your name, date of birth and any personal information from any supporting documentation. The shortlisting panel will receive your candidate pack in full (including any attachments) showing your candidate number. If you are invited to attend an interview, panel members will be provided with your name.

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