Deaf Support Worker
The Hearing Impairment Education Team in Dudley supports children and young people, their families and school staff with varying degrees of hearing impairment in a range of schools, settings and homes. The settings include two resourced provisions for the severe and profoundly deaf, a primary base at Ashwood Park School and a secondary base at The Crestwood School.
Hours: 13 per week
Salary: Grade SCP 5 £7108 -£7921 Actual salary for a TTO 39 weeks.
Location: Based at The Mere Education Centre, Stourbridge
The Hearing Impairment Education Team is made up of Teachers of the Deaf, Educational Audiologists, Specialist Teaching Assistants and a Deaf Support Worker. We are a well-respected dedicated and experienced service.
A Deaf Support Worker is required to join the Hearing Impairment Education Team. The successful applicant will act as a role model and will support severe and profoundly deaf children and their families to develop their sign language skills.
For an informal discussion, please contact Gill Pillar on 01384 818009 or via email email@example.com
NB. We reserve the right to close vacancies prior to the advertised date if a large number of applications are received.
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