Intervention Provision Manager for children with SEMH (Primary)

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Location
Elmwood Place, Smithswood, Solihull
Salary
£38,690- £41,604 plus TLR 2 Scale £5764 - £7017
Posted
30 Mar 2021
Closes
19 Apr 2021
Job Ref
SOL000003803
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Full time permanent
Working Pattern
Standard
Hours
Full-Time

Salary: £38,690 - £41,604 plus TLR2 £7017

Primary Intervention Provision  Manager for children with Social, Emotional and/or Mental Health needs (SEMH), managed by Solihull’s Specialist Inclusion Support Service (SISS)

Starting September 2021

Hours:
32.5 Hours per Week



We are advertising an exciting opportunity, for an outstanding, experienced, dynamic primary teacher and leader, who is passionate about enabling children with social emotional and mental health needs to achieve their potential and be the best young person they can be. 

Solihull LA, as part of a range of initiatives, is setting up a brand new primary Intervention Provision for children with SEMH needs, which will be based in one of the schools in the north of the borough. The SEMH IP will be managed by SISS, who are looking to appoint, from September 2021, an  Intervention Provision Manager . 

The SEMH IP will be set up as a nurture group and offer intervention placements for children, firmly embedded in the nurture model.  In the autumn term of 2021 you will work closely with the SISS SEMH Team Coordinator, SISS Manager, Head Teacher of the host school and Head Teachers of local schools, to finalise the setting up and development of this provision, putting everything in place ready for it to open to pupils in the second part of the autumn term 2021, aiming to be fully open to both Key Stage 1 and 2 pupils in February 2022.



You will lead and manage the team in the SEMH IP, which will include specialist teachers, teaching assistants, a Family Support Worker and Play therapist.  Once the provision is established, as IP Manager, you will be responsible for the day to day operational management of the IP, the outcomes for the children placed in the provision and establishing strong links with schools throughout an intervention placement and whilst transitioning pupils back into their home schools. 



We are looking to recruit a strong, creative leader, who has extensive knowledge and experience of using a range of evidence based interventions which work for children with SEMH needs.  You will also have relevant experience of working successfully and collaboratively with a range of stakeholders, including children, families, schools, other professionals and multidisciplinary teams. 

You will be expected to travel around the borough of Solihull to liaise with schools, head teachers and parents when intervention placements are being considered, during placement and to ensure successful transitions back to a child’s home school.

You will find that we are an exceptionally supportive service to work for and working with us is both enjoyable and rewarding. 



Please see attached job description and person specification for full details

Closing Date: 19th April 2021

Interview Date: 26th April 2021

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our interview process is kept under constant review and alternatives to face to face interviews such as video conferencing / virtual interviews may be required. The interview process for this role will be confirmed upon shortlisting based on the guidance at that time and shortlisted candidates will be informed and advised accordingly.

If you wish to discuss the post in more detail or arrange a visit please contact Jane Shaw on 0121 704 6690/ jashaw@solihull.gov.uk

We look forward to receiving your application.

Please note we do not accept CVs.

The Fluency Duty is outlined in the Code of Practice on the English language requirements for public sector workers. The Fluency Duty for this role is Required .

This post requires the following Disclosure and Barring check: DBS Enhanced Children .

Solihull Council is proud to be an Equal Opportunities Employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees - a place where we can all be ourselves and succeed on merit.

Solihull Council has a responsibility for, and a commitment to, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults at risk and requires all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.



Supporting documents
Job description and person specification

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