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  • Job start date

    2 September 2024

  • Closing date

    11 July 2024 at 11:59pm

  • Date listed

    24 June 2024

Job details

Job role

  • Teaching assistant

Visa sponsorship

Visas cannot be sponsored

Working pattern

Full time

Contract type

Fixed term

Full-time equivalent salary

£24,294.00 Annually (Actual)

Job Coach - Project SEARCH job summary

The Partnership Trust

Mulberry Lodge, Longfellow Road

Radstock

Bath

01761 404207

office@thepartnershiptrust.com

Actual Place of Employment Royal United Hospital Bath and University of Bath

Project SEARCH Job Coach

Finding Futures

37 hours a week

5 days a week Mon-Fri (Term Time Only plus 15 day)

Fixed Term (1 year)

Start date: 02/09/2024

Grade: BANEs Grade 4 SCP 7

Actual Salary: £24,294

The purpose of the job is to provide coaching, support and guidance to interns (aged 16-25) with learning difficulties – supporting them with their general employability skills, facilitating the development and progression of their technical work-based skills, and supporting them with wider academic and independence goals. You will support the interns to become independent in their roles and provide the necessary coaching, training and encouragement to enable the interns to succeed. You will work closely with the host employer, Royal United Hospital (RUH) / University of Bath colleagues and the Project SEARCH Teacher and Manager to ensure that interns are well-prepared for, able to maintain, and able to progress in their work placements.

If you have experience of working with young adults with SEN, especially if that has involved supporting them in the workplace, we would be particularly keen to hear from you.

Commitment to safeguarding

The Partnership Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references.

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About The Partnership Trust

Type
Multi-academy trust

Founded on the strong belief that with partnership and collaboration we can improve the outcomes for young people, The Partnership Trust is proud to be a diverse family of schools consisting of special schools, village schools, first schools and primary schools based in the city of Bath and beyond.

With origins lying in Fosse Way Special School, The Partnership Trust was formed in 2011 to enable close collaboration between schools across the area and was characterised by a diverse range of schools at different stages of their development journey. The Trust grew to include primary and first schools across the Bath and Frome area and the development of a new special school. In 2018, driven by a desire to build close collaboration between schools across the Bath and Mendip areas, The Partnership Trust joined with The Comenius Trust, a Trust formed in 2016 with a lead school of Weston All Saints Primary School, a large primary school in Bath.

The Partnership Trust is built upon the principles of equity, trust and respect, operating within a culture of shared challenge and support. As a Trust we do not seek to make all schools the same and celebrate each school’s unique characteristics, heritage and community. We are committed to providing an outstanding education for all of our pupils through an unrelenting focus on every child and their individual progress and attainment, pairing high quality teaching with the widest possible opportunities.

In order to enable each school to focus their time and resources on teaching, our role is to collaborate and support; provide strong and flexible shared services; put in place high quality school improvement and to have a robust, effective and transparent governance system. Each school retains oversight of their own day to day management but operates within the shared values and commonly agreed practices of the Trust.

With a firm belief that every employee no matter what their role, contributes towards the quality of the children’s learning experience, staff benefit from support from colleagues within the Trust as well as being encouraged, as part of an outward looking organisation, share experiences and good practice and maintain networks within and outside of the Trust.

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