Grade F (NJC SCP 20-25) Pro rata pay for 39 weeks worked, 31 hours p/w - £18,677.00 to £21,478.00 per year
The Leadership team and Directors of Valley College are now seeking to appoint a suitably qualified, inspirational and innovative tutor to foster our college motto of PACE, (Preparation for Adulthood, Citizenship and Employability) The successful candidate will deliver high quality, learner focused learning for our students with SEND. This is a permanent contract subject to a probation period.
The successful candidate will: -
• Be able to meet the minimum qualification standards as set out in the Personal Specification
• Have a proven track record in their continual professional development
• Be able to share and develop a vision for the College community
• Be committed to all aspects of inclusion and to parent partnership
We would welcome applications from any suitably qualified staff. The Trust is an advocate of professional development for all staff and there are opportunities to develop mentoring, CPD delivery and outreach skills.
Applying for the job
Please complete the specific form for the vacancy, available from this website, or the Valley College website.
If you need these documents in an accessible format, please contact the school.
195 pupils enrolled
3 to 19
About Tor View School
Whilst the successful candidate will be an employee on the roll of Tor View School, the vacancy is for a post in Valley College.
Valley College is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Sea View Trust and has its own governance structure.
The college is a specialist post-16 provision, supporting the educational needs of young people with severe or complex learning difficulties. The range of learning difficulties include Global Developmental Delay, Autism, Down Syndrome, Speech and Language and Complex Learning Difficulties. Every learner has an EHC plan, and is working between Entry Level and Level 2.
The College is an NOCN (National Open College Network) certified centre, with students working towards gaining accreditations in vocational and functional skills qualifications.
At Valley College, the aim is to deliver personalised training and support to help young people with special educational needs to:
• Control their own lives and develop their strengths, aspirations and talents
• Become valued employers, employees and members of social groups
• Participate within local communities
• Engage in meaningful employment related learning and develop enterprise skills
• Secure a job, gain supported employment and/or live more independently
• Secure the best possible outcomes for adulthood
• Promote a healthy lifestyle and sense of self-worth
• Inspire communication and independent life skills
Arranging a visit to Tor View School
Please contact the Valley College admin team to make arrangements for a visit (01706 214640 option 2)