- Support Staff Salary - Grade 6 £19,389 to £21,407 allowance equivalent to a TLR 2a (currently £2873)
Assistant SENCO job summary
Job Title – Assistant SENCO
School – Brine Leas School
Local Authority – Cheshire East
Teacher Salary – GBP £25,714 to £41,604 per annum (MPS/UPS) + TLR 2a
Support Staff Salary - Grade 6 £19,389 to £21,407 + allowance equivalent to a TLR 2a (currently £2873)
(actual salary – 37 hours per week/39 weeks p.a.)
Job Type – Full Time, Permanent
Start date – 1st September 2022
NQT/ECT – not suitable
Closing date – Monday 16th May 2022
Shortlisting – Tuesday 17th May 2022
Interviews – Monday 23rd May 2022
The deadline for applications to be received is 12.00pm (noon) on Monday 16th May 2022, with interviews scheduled for Monday 23rd May 2022. However, the school reserves the right to interview and appoint this position ahead of any advised application closing date should an appropriate candidate be found. It is therefore advisable to submit applications as early as possible.
The governors, staff and students at Brine Leas School are seeking to appoint a dynamic and skilled professional, who will be inspirational and successful. We are looking for a professional that is already experienced in the field of Special Educational Needs. It is desirable for the successful candidate to hold QTS in order to undertake some Teaching responsibilities; however, this is not essential. This role is therefore also open to support staff with SEN professional abilities.
The post requires a mixture of teaching groups of students with EHCPs, assisting the SENCO in running the Learning Support faculty, managing a team of teaching assistants and some teaching or teaching support depending upon the skills, qualification and experience of the successful candidate. The post is therefore open to those with and without QTS, but this will determine the overall job requirement and remuneration.
A successful applicant with QTS will be awarded a TLR2a payment of £2,873 p.a. This can be paid on the main or upper pay range dependent upon experience.
A successful applicant without QTS will receive an allowance equivalent to a TLR 2a (currently £2,873) and will be paid according to the support staff NJC scale on grade 6 depending upon experience.
As a genuinely inclusive school, the SEND department is at the heart of what we do: ensuring that the needs of our learners are put first.
The successful candidate will support the Designated Teacher for Looked After and Previously Looked After Children. The Assistant SENCO is further supported by Teaching Assistants and the Admin team.
Our core values are Trust, Respect, Optimism, Courage, Resilience, Inclusion and Equality.
The Headteacher would encourage a conversation with anyone interested in this vacancy. Please do not hesitate to contact us. This can be arranged by contacting Mrs Claire Radcliffe (PA to the Headteacher) on 01270 625663, or email email@example.com
If you believe that you possess the necessary qualities to meet the requirements of this post and you are aligned with our values, then we welcome your application. Any queries should be made to Mrs Sharon Houghton, via firstname.lastname@example.org
Brine Leas School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The post is subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure.
Further information and the online application form can be found on the school’s website.
Allowance equivalent to a TLR 2a (currently £2873)
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About Brine Leas School
- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 18
- School size
- 1449 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 18
Brine Leas School is an 11-18, mixed, comprehensive Academy within the Brine Multi Academy Trust. Located in the beautiful market town of Nantwich, in Cheshire. North Wales, the Peak District, Liverpool, Manchester and Birmingham are all within easy reach.
Our core values are Trust, Respect, Optimism, Courage, Resilience, Inclusion and
We are popular and successful school with a strong commitment to a broad curriculum that meets the needs of all our pupils. We believe in giving pupils life changing and affirming opportunities within our extra-curricular provision.
Most pupils stay with us for seven years and enjoy excellent destinations appropriate to their abilities. Many go onto the world’s best universities, employers, and careers.