Teacher of dyslexia and access arrangements assessor (0.6 fte)

Recruiter
NewVIc Newham Sixth Form College
Location
London
Posted
15 Sep 2020
Closes
15 Oct 2020
Ref
1691140833
Category
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time
Teacher of dyslexia and access arrangements assessor (0.6 fte)

£17,238.60 to £26,630.40 per annum (£28,731.00 to £44,384.00 per annum pro rata), depending on experience

Ref: TP/02

As one of the largest sixth form colleges in London (more than 2,500 students), we are a non-selective, diverse and secular college, proud to have launched over 50,000 young people onto university, training and employment since we were founded in 1992. We were also rated by Ofsted in 2018 as ‘outstanding’ for Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare (PDBW) and ‘good’ for overall effectiveness.

The college combines great facilities with quality teaching and high standards, including a new multi-million pound building, providing state of the art technology enabled learning resource centre, drama studio and café.

We have an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic teacher of Dyslexia & Access Arrangements Assessor to join our Inclusive Learning Team. This is a crucial role in which you will ensure continuity regarding the specialist dyslexia and SEND support at the college. You will work with Learning Support Practitioners to ensure students with Education, Health and Care Plans have the right strategies. You will also have an appropriate teaching qualification and further qualification which allows you to assess for Access arrangements.

Please see attached job description and person specification for more information on this vacancy.

For further details, or for an application pack, please visit https://www.newvic.ac.uk/jobs or email jobs@newvic.ac.uk.

Please note that we do not accept CVs.

Closing date: 12 noon, 21 September 2020

Previous applicants in the last six months need not apply.

NewVIc strives to be an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment.

Due to the nature of our business and environment, the post for which you are applying is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, which means that candidates must disclose ‘spent convictions, cautions and reprimands’. A copy of our Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Policy is available on request.

We regret that we are unable to respond to every application. Therefore, if you do not hear from us within four weeks of the closing date, please assume your application has been unsuccessful.