Teacher in Charge of the Willow Hearing Support Centre at Sellincourt Primary School

Linden Lodge School, London

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Job details

Working pattern Full-time only
Salary Main pay range 1 to Upper pay range 3, £30,480 to £49,571

Job summary

Salary: Teachers Main/Upper Pay Scale (Inner London Pay Scale) with a TLR2B + SEN1 point (An additional SEN point is available to applicants with recognised Mandatory Qualifications)
Hours: 1.0 FTE
Required: ASAP

Are you a qualified teacher of deaf looking for your next challenge? Are you eager to develop and progress your career in the Teaching of Hearing Impaired students? Then, apply to join Wandsworth Sensory Support Service as a Teacher in Charge of its Primary Hearing Support Centre (HSC). The provision can host up to 12 students of primary age (5 – 11) with various degrees of hearing impairment.

The Willow HSC supports early years and primary aged deaf children and is based within Sellincourt Primary School. The Centre has excellent facilities and resources and is part of a supportive and nurturing environment. It is managed by Wandsworth Sensory Support Service and as Teacher in Charge, you will work closely with the Head of Service and senior team to deliver the service vision. You will have line management responsibilities for two members of teaching staff and three members of support staff. The postholder can also access dedicated administration support.

The successful candidate will be passionate about teaching deaf children and maintaining high standards, placing children and their parents at the centre of all they do. Additionally, they will be skilled and experienced with the ability to lead and inspire teams. We use the Family Partnership Model and place high value on our work with parents.

This post would be particularly suitable for an experienced Teacher of the Deaf or a highly experienced SENDCO willing to undertake mandatory training.

We can offer you:

• An enthusiastic dynamic and talented management and staff team
• A highly specialist teaching and learning environment
• Excellent opportunities for CPD
• Staff health and wellbeing programme
• A warm positive working environment where everyone is valued

Visits to the Willow Centre at Sellincourt school are welcomed and encouraged. Please contact Sabrina Djazoul, the Head of Wandsworth Sensory Support Service on 020 8394 5944 to arrange a suitable date and time or sabrina.djazoul@lindenlodge.wandsworth.sch.uk

Completed applications should be emailed to: hradministrator@lindenlodge.wandsworth.sch.uk.

You can also download an application and details from the School website http://www.lindenlodge.wandsworth.sch.uk/75/staff-vacancies/cat/7/linden-lodge-school

Closing Date for all applications: 9th February 2020
Shortlisting: 10th February 2020
Interview Date: Week commencing 10th February 2020

Linden Lodge School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment, an enhanced DBS will be required.

CVs are not accepted.

Essential educational requirements

Undergraduate Degree

Essential qualifications

QTS

Essential skills and experience

A commitment to the inclusion of deaf children

Ability to organise and deliver INSET to
individual teachers and whole service groups

Employee benefits

TLR2B + SEN1 point (An additional SEN point is available to applicants with recognised Mandatory Qualifications)

More on how to apply

School overview

School type Academy
Education phase Not Applicable
School size 146 pupils enrolled
Age range 2 to 19
Ofsted report View Ofsted report
School website Linden Lodge School website (opens in a new window)
Contact email hradministrator@lindenlodge.wandsworth.sch.uk

About Linden Lodge School

School location

61 Princes Way, London, SW19 6JB