Job title: Primary TeacherSalary: MPS UPS (£24,373 £40,490)Location: ColchesterStart date: September 2020 On behalf of a large primary-only trust of schools, we are recruiting for...
Job title: Primary SENCO
Salary: MPS - UPS (£24,373 - £40,490) +TLR
Start date: September 2020 (or earlier)
On behalf of a large primary-only trust, I'm seeking a qualified SENCO for an exciting role. The trust would like someone to join them on a permanent basis, spending 3 days per week at one of their schools in Clacton-on-Sea as the school's SENCO. The other 2 days per week would be allocated to supporting SENCOs in their other schools who will be undertaking the National SENCO training. The school are open to a January, April or September start, depending on the successful candidate's preference.
As part of a large trust, each of the schools has an extensive network of support available, access to trust CPD and opportunities for further career growth. The trust is looking for teachers who share their commitment to providing great learning experiences, always set high standards and are uncompromising in their ambitions and aspirations for the children they teach.
This is a great opportunity for an existing SENCO to continue working directly with children in a school, whilst also supporting colleagues to develop their skills and understanding in relation to the role of a SENCO.
- Hold the National SENCO accreditation and, as such, be familiar with the requirements of the training
- Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), after completing a PGCE, Graduate Teaching Program (GTP), Bachelor of Education (B.Ed), QTLS or equivalent overseas teaching qualification
- Have prior experience as a primary SENCO
- Be adept at supporting colleagues to improve their practice in relation to SEN and EAL provision
- Demonstrate exceptional knowledge of the Early Years Curriculum and/or the primary National Curriculum
- Have a thorough working knowledge of strategies to support SEN and EAL learners
- Be able to analyse data and use this to identify next steps and targeted support
- Promote positive behaviour and use a range of behaviour management strategies effectively
- Have a positive work ethic, demonstrating a commitment to your own development and a willingness to share good practice
The school will review applications as and when they are received and will be interviewing on a rolling basis. As such, early application is advised if you are interested in this role.
If you think you have what it takes to succeed in this or similar roles, please apply here or visit our website - www.careerteachers.co.uk. Alternatively, you can contact Career Teachers on 020 7105 3437 or our consultant to the school, John Byrne, on 07824 824 651
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Important Notice: In order for you to be successful in applying for the above position you should be eligible to work in the UK, or hold a relevant work visa. Safeguarding, quality and integrity are at the heart of what we do. During the application process you are required to:
- Attend an interview in person;
- Give details for us to complete Reference checks;
- Provide an Enhanced DBS disclosure
We are committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and young people within education. We have a policy, as a matter of courtesy, to respond to all applications within three working days. However, because of the volume of applications, we are sometimes unable to reply to individual enquiries. If we have not contacted you within this specified time your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion, we encourage you to please apply for any other position that you may see in the future. Thank you. Career Teachers is a Recruitment Business and is advertising this vacancy on behalf of one of its Clients.