Communications Support Worker – Deaf Pupil Provision
Surrey Grade 5
Salary range £16,386 - £18,060 (Actual) £21,943 - £24,184 (FTE)
(31.25 hours per week), term-time plus 5 inset days
We are looking to recruit a full time, highly motivated and outstanding Communications Support Worker to support our Deaf pupils through BSL. This is a key role within the school for someone who really wants to make a difference to our young people in a safe, respectful, learning environment. We are looking for a new member of staff to join our team from September 2021.
The Deaf Pupil Provision (DPP) is a key area of the school, and the successful candidate will be instrumental in supporting a creative and modern curriculum that fulfils and challenges the needs and aspirations of our young people.
We welcome applicants from a Primary or Secondary background.
The ideal candidate will: -
• Be a person who thrives in a fun, yet challenging environment
• Have a passion for building strong relationships with young people through restorative working.
• Be someone who is resilient and approachable
• Be a good communicator who is able to inspire and motivate pupils but also who can remain calm under pressure and have a sense of humour
In return, we can offer you: -
• A school community with a creative approach to working with young people
• Excellent opportunities for professional development
• A friendly and supportive staff team, dedicated to improving pupil outcomes and life chances
• A Senior Leadership Team that encourages team working, innovation and staff encouraged to use solution-based thinking
The pupils, staff and Governors warmly invite you to visit us and see the ‘Southcote Community” in action. We are sure you will experience our friendly, relaxed atmosphere and get a taste of how rewarding your work will be.
To apply, please visit our website or use the application form within this advert.
Philip Southcote School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.