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SEN Job Vacancies

This new website helps to advertise SEN School ‘Job Vacancies’ throughout the UK. This new service is free for members and non-members are also able to advertise for £125 for 12 months.

As a well established national charity offering services to the SEN sector since 1994, our websites are very popular and receive thousands of visitors every month.

Should your school, have any SEN job vacancies, please contact paul@equalsoffice.co.uk to submit your vacancies.



St. Nicholas School
Malmesbury Road,
Chippenham
SN15 1QF

Teacher -MPS / UPS + 1 SEN Point

Are you an experienced, passionate and committed SEN Teacher looking for an exciting opportunity in a school that is committed to transforming young people’s lives?

St. Nicholas school caters for children with a wide range of disabilities. (SLD, PMLD, ASD. Age range 4-19 years). We currently have 76 pupils on roll and this number is due to rise.

We are looking for someone who:

  • Is able to ensure every pupil makes good progress
  • Has an excellent understanding of child development
  • Is a good, or outstanding, reflective and resourceful practitioner, who is dedicated to making their practice the best it can be.
  • Has knowledge and understanding of effective positive behaviour management strategies
  • Has the ability to think creatively to support pupils to overcome their barriers to learning

We can offer you:

    • A very thorough and diverse Special Educational Needs professional development package.
    • The opportunity to develop your teaching skills in a community that is committed to improving outcomes for our young people.
    • The opportunity to make a real difference in our school
    • A friendly, supportive team of staff

Hours of work: Full time

Contract type: Permanent

Closing date (and time): Friday 3rd May at 12pm

Interview date: w/c 13th May 2019

Commencement date: 1st September 2019

Additional information

If you are interested in this post an application pack can be downloaded from the school website at www.st-nicholas.wilts.sch.uk. Alternatively, please contact the Personnel Officer, Denise Horn, at the School on extension 204, email personnel@st-nicholas.wilts.sch.uk to request an application pack. Completed application forms to be submitted to Denise Horn by 12pm on 3rd May. Visits to the school are welcomed by appointment.

St.Nicholas School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

All applicants will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service check before appointment is confirmed.


Required – ASAP
Salary – £8.60/hour
Hours – Monday to Friday – 11.45am – 1.30pm (finishing at 1pm on Friday’s during the winter)
Term time only

Kisharon School is a special school with recent Free School status for pupils aged 4-19 years with a wide range of complex needs and disabilities. We are planning a move in September 2020 to a brand new site in Hendon NW4, with specialist facilities.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an energetic and highly motivated Meal Time Supervisor to join Kisharon School.

With a genuine passion for special needs, and a commitment to our School’s ethos, you will join our team to support pupils through the various lunchtime activities.

For an application pack please visit our website www.kisharonschool.org.uk or contact the school directly.  If you have any questions, or wish to make an appointment to visit the school, please contact the office on 020 8455 7483.

Closing date: Friday 26 April 2019
Interview date: Week commencing Monday 29 April 2019

KISHARON IS COMMITTED TO SAFEGUARDING THE WELFARE OF CHILDREN AND VULNERABLE ADULTS AND EXPECTS ALL STAFF TO SHARE THIS COMMITMENT.

It is a requirement of employment that an enhanced level Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check is obtained for this post with barring checks where appropriate.
 


St Elizabeth’s School
Perry Green
Much Hadham
Hertfordshire
SG10 6EW

 

Salary: UP/MPS plus SEN 1 (depending on qualification & experience) plus £2,000 p.a R&R Allowance.

Contract type: Full & part time permanent positions, and supply positions available.

Are you an experienced teacher looking for a new challenge in a truly unique and rewarding environment?
Do you have a passion for special educational needs and are looking for a career change or looking to re- locate?

Due to increasing student numbers, we are looking for outstanding classroom practitioners to join our multi-disciplinary team.

Previous SEN experience including having worked with pupils/students with PMLD is desirable, but not essential. What matters to us is that you have a passion for helping children and young people with complex needs reach their full potential. We will provide full induction, training and support to those who come from a mainstream teaching background.

We would love to hear from you, if you:

    • Have qualified teaching status in the UK
    • Can lead class groups in all aspects of the curriculum
    • Think creatively and can engage positively with pupils with a broad range of
      highly complex needs
    •  Can set and meet differentiated learning targets for individual pupils for various
      subjects
    • Can maximise learning opportunities and achievement for all
    • Can optimise the contribution of classroom support staff
    • Will work collaboratively and flexibly with multi-disciplinary colleagues towards
      delivering excellence
    • Have good IT skills

St Elizabeth’s School, based on the Herts/Essex Border, is committed to providing high quality education, care and health services for young people with epilepsy, autism and complex needs. We offer a specialist non maintained residential/day provision for children and young people aged 5 – 19 years. We provide well resourced classrooms, excellent residential facilities and opportunities for varied outdoor activities within our own extensive natural grounds.

We offer a variety of staff benefits including:

    • Teachers’ Pension Scheme
    • Commitment to your CPD
    • SEN allowance and R&R allowance
    • High street discounts
    • Free on-site parking
    • Subsidised on-site restaurant facilities
    • Employee Assistance Programme

If you are looking to relocate we offer subsidised on-site staff accommodation which is available for up to 2 years. We welcome applications from all parts of the country and have the facilities to hold initial interviews via Skype. We are located in beautiful countryside between Harlow & Bishops Stortford both of which have excellent transport links to London and Stansted Airport.

Informal visits are encouraged and can be accommodated within or outside the school day. For more information regarding the role, or to arrange a visit, please call Phoebe McQueen – HR Administrator on 01279 844493.

Closing date: 26th April 2019 – 12 noon
Interviews: 1 May 2019 Start Date: Negotiable

For full details, and to apply please visit https://www.stelizabeths.org.uk/

Please note, we are not on a public transport route

St Elizabeth’s Centre is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and adults who use our services and expects all staff to share this commitment. All posts are subject to enhanced DBS clearance. We are an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from all parts of the community.

 


Riverside School
Main Road
St Paul’s Cray
Orpington
Kent
BR5 3HS

Main scale plus 1 or 2 SEN points, dependent on qualifications and experience, plus Outer London Weighting.

Required September 2019

Are you ready to play your part in transforming the lives of children with complex needs and the lives of their families? Do you have the passion, resilience and dedication to enable our pupils to find true fulfilment? If so, we’d love to hear from you. Riverside is a highly-regarded school for children with severe and complex learning difficulties, many of whom are on the autistic spectrum. We welcome applicants from a range of backgrounds and experiences and we have a strong track record of supporting teachers new to special education.

We are a forward-thinking and innovative all-age special school with a diverse population: our 270 pupils are based on two sites, St Paul’s Cray and Beckenham, in the London  orough of Bromley. Pupil, family and staff engagement is extremely important to us and we strive to involve the whole school community in making Riverside a happy, safe and truly exceptional place for our pupils to learn. Our talented, multi-disciplinary staff team have the highest expectations of our pupils and we aim to provide the kind of specialist education which families want for their children.

Our core values are at the heart of everything we do:

Aspiration Resilience Creativity Humility Integrity Trust Enthusiasm Courage Teamwork

They make up the acronym ARCHITECT to signify our passion for designing and building a school that will make an indelible mark on the world for generations to come; a school that will impact positively on everyone who enters, on people we may never meet, and in ways we may never know.

We see our pupils’ time at Riverside School as just the first part of their journey and we want them to leave us at the age of 19 as confident, lifelong learners. We also want them to remember their time with us with great affection, with memories of life-enriching experiences and enduring relationships.

The best way to learn more about our work is to arrange a visit, alternatively, please telephone Steve Solomons, Headteacher for an informal discussion about this post on 01689 870519. We very much look forward to hearing from you.

Closing date: Midnight on Monday 6th May 2019
Interviews w/c: Monday, 13th May 2019

Application Pack

Application Form

For further details and an application form please visit the Working at Riverside section of our website www.riversideschool.org.uk; contact the School

 


Required – ASAP
Salary – £16,000 to £18,000 depending on experience
Hours – 35 hours per week
Term time only + 5 days during the summer holidays

Kisharon School is a special school with recent Free School status for pupils aged 4-19 years with a wide range of complex needs and disabilities. We are planning a move in September 2020 to a brand new site with specialist facilities.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an organised and highly motivated School Receptionist to join Kisharon School’s administrative team.

With a genuine passion for special needs, and a commitment to our School’s ethos, you will have an integral role in the life of the school.

For an application pack please visit our website www.kisharonschool.org.uk or contact the school directly. If you have any questions, or wish to make an appointment to visit the school, please contact the office on 020 8455 7483.

Closing Date: Monday 15 April 2019
Interview Date: Week commencing Monday 29 April 2019

KISHARON IS COMMITTED TO SAFEGUARDING THE WELFARE OF CHILDREN AND VULNERABLE ADULTS AND EXPECTS ALL STAFF TO SHARE THIS COMMITMENT.

It is a requirement of employment that an enhanced level Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check is obtained for this post with barring checks where appropriate.
 


Sunderland City Council 

 Sunningdale School
Shaftoe Road, Springwell, Sunderland
Tel: (0191) 5280440
Email: office@sunningdaleschool.com
Web: www.sunningdaleschool.com
Headteacher: Mrs. Celia Wright
Number on Roll: 105

 

Start Date: September 2019

Sunningdale Special School in Sunderland is looking for an ‘outstanding’ practitioner to join our staff team.

Sunningdale School is at the forefront of teaching Special Educational Needs. A consistently ‘outstanding’ school that offers an innovative child centred curriculum for pupils with Severe, Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (including those with Autism).

We are looking for a highly skilled practitioner with experience of teaching within a specialist setting. Applicants must have a good understanding of child development and specifically the development of those with complex cognitive, physical and health needs. The role will involve working as part of a multi-professional team on a daily basis.

The successful candidate should be a qualified teacher (QTS), excellent classroom practitioner, with knowledge and an understanding of pupils with SLD/PMLD/ASD, have experience of using a range of teaching methods and communication strategies, have excellent communication skills and have the capacity to inspire and motivate children within a creative curriculum.

If you are interested in joining a forward thinking school please contact the school for more information and an application pack.

Visits to the school will take place on Tuesday May 14th at 10 am and Wednesday May 15th at 1.30 pm. Please contact Glenis Wallace (Office Manager) 0191 5280440.

Closing date Thursday May 9th, 2019 (Interviews Wk beginning May 20th).

This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and therefore will be subject to a criminal record check from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).

School safeguards and protects its students and staff by being committed to respond in accordance with Sunderland Local Safeguarding Board Procedures.

 

Job Description


Personal Specification


Application Form Part A


Application Form Part b


Application Form Part c

 


Cavendish High Academy
Lincoln Close
Runcoln
Cheshire
WA7 4YX
Phone: 01928 561 706
Email: sec.cavendish@halton.gov.uk

Post: 2 Class teachers required for September 2019 Salary Grade: MPS/ UPS
Actual salary range: £23,720 – £38,004
SEN Allowance range: £2,149 – £4,242

The Principal & Governing Board wish to appoint 2 motivated and extremely effective classroom teachers to join our hard working, dynamic and enthusiastic team at Cavendish. NQTS welcome to apply.

Are you:

    • a good or outstanding, reflective and resourceful practitioner who is dedicated to making their practice the very best it can be?
    • committed to developing exceptional SEN education?
    • a solution – focused and positive professional who is passionate about pedagogy and their own impact on improving outcomes for all students?

Can you:

    • demonstrate an inspirational drive to initiate new ideas and take risks?
    • create a safe and stimulating environment for our young people to learn, be valued and feel secure?

Do you:

    • have an excellent understanding of child development and how to assess and record the progress of students’ learning (to inform the young person’s next steps and ensure high expectation)
    • do you have a wide range of teaching & behaviour management strategies to maximise learning and achievement for all ?

If successful you could be appointed to teach KS3, KS4 & 5, or one of our Pathways classes. It would be beneficial if you stated your individual strengths, personal and professional knowledge and experience, and in which key stage or class that you feel you would be most effectively deployed in, as part of your application.

The successful candidate will be part of a dynamic and creative professional team, committed to achieving the very highest standards for our learners who will have the opportunity to benefit from bespoke training, CPD, net working & professio al dialogue days with your colleagues and peers both within and out side of Cavendish to ensure that you can reach your potential.

Please look at our website www.chs.academy for further information about the school and to download an application pack. Visits to the school are welcomed & encouraged. To book a visit and/or to request a hard copy of the application pack please contact sec.caven dish@halton.gov.uk or call 01928 561 706

Please note applications must be returned to the school by noon on
Monday 15th April 2019.

Short listed applicants will be invited to attend an interview
on Monday 29th April 2019.

The Cavendish High Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. If successful you will be required to apply for an Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure an d Barring Service. Further information about the Disclosure Scheme can be found at www.crb.gov.uk.
 


Corbridge Road
Hexham
NE46 1UY

Hexham Priory School uses Supply Teachers and would expect any supply teachers that we use to be on the Northumberland County Council supply teaching data base. To find out more details about joining the Teaching Supply scheme, please ring Northumberland County Council on 0845 600 6400.

We like to invite possible supply Teachers into school on a voluntary basis to spend some time with our pupils before they cover a staff member. We have found that this benefits both the pupils and the supply teacher, especially if they have little special needs teaching experience.


Corbridge Road
Hexham
NE46 1UY

Tel.: 01434 605021
email: admin@hexham.northumberland.sch.uk

We are always looking to increase our bank of supply Teaching Assistants who are available to work in school. Work may be on an ad hoc basis to cover for absent staff or regular work to cover in a class when a child from our school attends a teaching session in their local mainstream school supported by their own Teaching Assistant.

We would be interested in hearing from anyone that has a Child Care qualification equivalent to NVQ Level Two or higher, with good levels of literacy and numeracy. Experience will also be taken into account. Application forms along with the Health Declaration forms can be downloaded below and should be returned to school via email. All Supply Teaching Assistants must have a current enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)clearance, which can be facilitated by school. We would recommend joining the DBS update service.


Heathfield School
Oldbury Way
Fareham
Hants
PO14 3BN

We are looking to appoint friendly, calm and enthusiastic people to join our existing dedicated team of supervisory assistants. The successful applicants will be working within a supportive, fun team and will be an important member of the school structure.

You will need to be flexible and ensure confidentiality and safeguarding is given the highest regard.

Main duties will include

    • Supervising pupils in the lunch hall, outside on the playground or in their classrooms during wet lunch breaks.
    • ncouraging positive play by leading a range of playground games.
    • Ensuring the safety, welfare and good conduct of pupils
    • Promoting healthy eating
    • Ensuring any issues are dealt with in a positive and thoughtful manner.
    • Assisting with associated duties, e.g. cleaning up spillages, ensuring tables are clean etc.
    • This role involves assisting with feeding programmes and all aspect of personal care
    • Supporting staff and children in the classroom before and after lunch
    • Previous experience is not essential, as full induction programme and training is offered by the school.
    • Interviews will be arranged on receipt of applications

For further details and an application form, please visit our website at www.heathfield.hants.sch.uk you can also contact the school office at adminoffice@heathfield.hants.sch.uk or telephone 01329 845150.

Closing Date:  Rolling
Start Date:  ASAP