Academy/TeamRegional Team
LOCATIONBristol
TypeNon-teaching
Working hoursPart time
ContractPermanent
Salary Main Scale plus SEN allowance
Starting date02/09/2019
Closing date10/06/2019 5:00 pm

Details

We are seeking to appoint a highly skilled and enthusiastic SENCO with a passion for their subject and a commitment to ensure that every pupil flourishes. The successful candidate will contribute to the positive ethos of the E-ACT and focus on ensuring the best possible experience for the pupils.

POST: Special Educational Needs Coordinator

SALARY: Main Teacher Scale plus additional SEN allowance

START DATE: 02/09/2019

CONTRACT: Permanent, Part Time (4 days per week 0.8)

We are looking for someone who is kind and dedicated to ensuring that every pupil succeeds and gets the support and encouragement they need, as well as having the insight and communication skills to build strong relationships across the school.

We are looking for someone who is:

  • A fast and flexible thinker
  • Able to support children with a wide range of SEN needs
  • Experienced in dealing with children with SEMH needs
  • Able to join up the dots between families and circumstances quickly
  • An excellent communicator
  • Able to uphold the high expectations of the academy

We can offer you:

  • A supportive working environment
  • A rewarding role which is fast paced and varied
  • A thorough induction to our ways of working
  • Support with professional development once probation is completed.

If you feel you would thrive in this position, then we would love to hear from you.

We particularly welcome applications from underrepresented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.

The closing date for applications is 17:00 on 10/06/2019. Successful candidates will be contacted shortly after to arrange an interview.

To apply, please download the application form and supporting document. Once completed, please submit to Bristol.HR@E-ACT.org.uk

The interview date is to be confirmed.

 Safeguarding Statement:

All E-ACT academies, the Ambassadors and Headteachers are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment, and undergo appropriate checks including an enhanced DBS check.


Part of the E-ACT family

We are an E-ACT academy and proud to be part of a community that includes over 18,000 pupils and 2,300 teaching and non-teaching professionals across the country.

E-ACT multi-academy trust is responsible for 29 academies across the length and breadth of England.

Our academies can collaborate and share ideas with one another in ways that schools may not be able to. Most importantly, we all feel part of something much bigger as our responsibilities go far beyond the four walls of a single academy, and extend to people and their communities across the country.

We are always on the lookout for dynamic, motivated and enthusiastic people so we can continue to give every one of our pupils the opportunity to explore, solve, create and achieve.

In return we offer the chance to work with amazing people and inspirational pupils, as well as a great salary and sector-leading work-life balance arrangements.

See our annual report here

E-ACT is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults, and all appointments are subject to enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) checks and satisfactory references.

E-ACT is also committed to promoting equality, challenging discrimination and developing community cohesion. We welcome applications from all sections of the community.