SEND Officer 37 hours per week Up to £27,498 per annum This is an exciting opportunity to join the Directorate of Student Services, Safeguarding & Support and provide an outstanding service for the assessment of student additional needs, support and guidance, aligned to Suffolk New College's strategic aims and advising on requirements in relation to the 0–25 SEND Code of Practice 2014. Working closely with curriculum teams and external agencies you will be committed to enabling students to achieve and progress You will be required to provide support to students with specific needs and disabilities, including completing assessments of needs, advising on support to be provided, contributing as appropriate to Education and Health Care Plans, carrying out exam concession assessments, chairing annual reviews, transition reviews, and arranging referrals for more specialist advice. You should therefore have excellent knowledge of the requirements for education providers arising from the 0–25 SEND Code of Practice 2014. In addition, you will have a good standard of education including maths and English at GCSE 4/C grade or equivalent, a relevant degree or equivalent in demonstrable experience and a Level 7 Specialist Assessment and Access arrangements qualification or a commitment to achieve within a specified timeframe (an entry requirement for this qualification is to hold either QTLS or QTS, a HLTA qualification or an equivalent teaching qualification).
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We are recruiting for a Night Lead to join our children's homes as part of our waking nights team in this opportunity on a fixed term contract until February 2021. This opportunity will be based in based in our fantastic 2 and 4 bedroom purpose built homes on our single site at Cheadle Hulme near Manchester Airport. The Night Lead will directly manage the shift leads, seniors and associated staff teams in promoting quality sleep for our children, and when awake a safe, caring and purposeful learning environment that will assist them to achieve their fullest potential. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced and qualified senior Support Worker with supervisory skills to progress your career and make a real difference.