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Intervention Teacher - Education - SEND and Inclusion Service - Casual

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Job Summary

Contract Type:
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Working Pattern:
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Advert Start Date:
15/03/2017
Advert End Date:
Closed for applications on 27/03/2017 23:59
Salary:
M6a £32,834 pro-rata
Hours per week:
0
Job Category:
Education
Vacancy ID:
160917
Employment Location:
At an approved location
Post Number:
CYPS/17/96

Job details 

Closing date:
27 Mar


Please note

This job is closed for applications.

Further information

VACANCY REF: CYPS/17/96

Would you like some casual, hourly paid, teaching work throughout the year?

Are you already employed part-time in a Durham school or have you very recently left the classroom (within 3 years) and are currently looking for teaching work?

We wish to appoint Intervention Teachers to the pool of casual paid staff in the SEND and Inclusion Service. The post is on a casual contract and hours allocated as need arises. This need varies during the academic year and a commitment to pupils undertaking GCSE’s is expected. The post holders will provide individual and small group teaching and pastoral support for vulnerable pupils including those unable to attend school due to their health needs.

We require KS3/4 subject specialist teachers in English, Maths and Science. You will contribute to innovative and creative approaches to maintain educational progress for pupils who are temporarily unable to attend school due to their health needs or for vulnerable pupils who need extra support.

Most pupils are taught on a 1 to1 basis at a teaching venue near their home. When appropriate, pupils access time-limited provision in a small nurture group based in school settings or other appropriate venues. All pupils have individualised learning and pastoral plans. The primary aim is to re-integrate pupils back to their base school as soon as possible to reduce any possible underachievement. There is also a focus on supporting pupils’ mental well-being and a strong focus on safeguarding and reducing inequalities. Home visits and meetings at pupils’ base schools will also form part of this role.

You will work with teaching and support staff in the Education Health Needs (EHN) team. Collaboration with staff in schools, to ensure barriers to continuing education is minimised for pupils, is an important element of the post.

Experience of teaching and supporting vulnerable pupils, particularly with medical needs, is desirable but not essential as training will be given.

Are you a good team player and committed to multi-agency working? Do you have a pro-active, reflective approach to your work? If so, we welcome your application.

Applications close at Midnight on Monday 27th March 2017.
Shortlisting will be held on Tuesday 28th March 2017.
Interviews are to be held on Thursday 6th April 2017.

For further information regarding the post please contact Louise Campbell Educational Health Needs Team Leader on 03000 267800 or email louise.campbell@durham.gov.uk

If you have not heard from us within 48 hours of the proposed interview date, please check your junk/spam e-mail box for updates or contact us directly on 03000 267800.

Apply on-line or for further assistance contact the HR Operations & Data Team on Telephone: 03000 267247 (24hr answerphone). Email: hrCYPS@durham.gov.uk

In line with the County Council’s Recruitment & Selection Policy, please note that we are unable to accept CV’s. Any information provided on CV’s will not be considered for short-listing purposes.

Please note that all communication regarding your application for this post will be sent to the email address that you have registered with North East Jobs, including your invite to interview if you are short-listed. Please check your email after the closing date for notification from ‘DONOTREPLY@NORTHEASTJOBS.ORG.UK’ as you will not be notified by any other means.

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