Teaching Assistant - Complex Medical Needs & Medical Administrator
Scale: 6 (TBC) - currently under review
32.5 hours per week (term time only)
Fixed working hours: Mon – Weds 8.45am – 4pm,
Thurs – Fri 8.45 – 3.15pm
Closing date: 12
noon on Friday 24th November 2023
Interviews: W/C Monday 27th November 2023
Trinity School is an all age (3 to 19) modern, vibrant Special School
catering for the needs of students who have a wide range of learning
difficulties including; moderate, severe, profound and complex. A number of our
pupils also have an Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC).
The School is looking to recruit a Specialist Teaching Assistant - Complex Medical Needs & Medical
Administrator to start as promptly as possible. Applicants could be appointed
to work in the Primary, Secondary or Sixth Form Phases of our School.
The role is open to current Scale 6 Medical Teaching
We are seeking a dedicated Specialist
Classroom Assistant with expertise in supporting pupils with complex medical
needs. The successful candidate will work closely with teaching and senior
staff to implement care/support programs, ensuring access to learning and
upholding the dignity of each student.
- Undertake specialist enhanced
healthcare procedures for pupils with complex medical needs.
- Lead colleagues through medical
crises and provide life-saving duties when necessary.
- Manage the administration of medical
data, records, and care plans.
- Support logistics of whole school
- Tracheostomies, suctioning
procedures, nasal gastric tube feeding, oxygen support, and more.
- Attend and support cross-class
working in emergencies
- To maintain and update administrative documents
related to pupil medical needs.
- Support care plan renewal and
logistics of whole school medical training.
- To work with the deputy head, the
nursing team and various professionals in delivery of the above.
- Excellent interpersonal and administrative skills,
organisation and problem solving
- Commitment to safeguarding and
promoting the welfare of children and young people.
- Ensure services are delivered in
accordance with good equalities and diversity practice.
This role offers a rewarding opportunity to make a
difference in the lives of students with complex medical needs. Apply now to
join our dedicated team at Trinity School.
If the answer to all the questions above is YES, then we
want to hear from you.
All applications should be made on the Trinity School application form
available from the school website on https://www.trinityschooldagenham.org.uk/Vacancies-1/
CVs will not be accepted and should not be submitted. No CV’s will be accepted from agencies.
Completed applications, Declaration Disclosure Form and Disqualification
from Caring for Children Form must be sent to email@example.com
For further details please contact Human Resources via email
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 3435
applicants that are shortlisted will be notified of the interviews
Trinity School is committed to safeguarding and
promoting the welfare of our pupils and expects all staff and volunteers to
share this commitment. All shortlisted candidates will undergo online
searches and their referees contacted prior to the interview.
An enhanced criminal record check via the DBS will be
undertaken for the successful candidate.
This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of
Offenders Act and a comprehensive screening process, including a disclosure
check will be undertaken on all applicants.
This job post has expired.