Specialist Teacher for Complex Needs/Physical Disabilities
The Integrated Disability Service brings together teams from across Education and Health to provide support for children and young people with disabilities. The Complex Needs and Physical Disabilities teams work in mainstream schools and settings in partnership with parents and staff in order to advise, recommend and support strategies aimed at helping children with complex learning needs and/or physical disabilities to access their learning, achieve their potential and be included as fully as possible.
The Complex Needs Team supports children in mainstream schools who have an EHCP for severe learning difficulties (SLD or CLDD).
The Physical Disability Team provides support to schools to improve access to buildings and facilities, to ensure pupils are getting their curriculum entitlement and to help support the social well-being of pupils with physical difficulties. Both teams may support children with life-limiting medical conditions which impact significantly on their learning. Some staff work within both teams, and this role is intended to work with both caseloads. As a specialist teacher within the Complex Needs/Physical Disability team you will provide support to schools to ensure the best possible inclusive education for children with complex learning needs and/or physical disabilities
Required for September 2018.
You should be a qualified teacher with at least 5 years teaching experience. You should have experience in working with children with complex learning needs and/or physical disabilities in educational settings. You should have a clear understanding of what makes good inclusive practice for children and young people with complex needs and physical disabilities.
The Integrated Disability Service (T&L) is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.
For further information please see the attached Job Description & Person Specification.
Additional Information & How to Apply
For further information about the role please contact the hiring manager: Debs Gunby (Assistant Disability Manager) firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: 11 April 2018
Interview Date: 25 April 2018
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Rewards & Benefits of working for Warwickshire
It really is true that every single job role here at Warwickshire County Council contributes to bettering the lives of the people in our County; we want to do this for our employees, too. We are proud of our strong flexible working culture, including the opportunity for flexibility on working hours, technology to support remote working (such as light laptops and phones where the role allows).
Time to recharge is so important; we provide a generous holiday allowance which rises as you remain in employment with us. You get all Bank and public holidays off, plus all staff are given an extra day of holiday over Christmas.
As if that wasn’t enough, you’ll also have access to membership of the Local Government contributory pension scheme, childcare vouchers, a host of enhanced family friendly policies and some of the very best Learning and Development training courses to support your ongoing development.
We welcome applications from everyone and value diversity in our workforce.Supporting documents
Job Description & Person Specification