Croydon College is seeking to appoint an experienced EHCP Coordinator to join its ALS team.
This newly created post will coordinate the consultation and annual review process of Education, Health and Care Plans across both the Croydon and Coulsdon campuses including the discrete SEND provision, ensuring the colleges adhere to the timescales identified in the SEND Code of Practice. The process of transitions of all learners with EHCPs and SEND is also a responsibility of this role.
The successful applicant will work in conjunction with the ALS Manager to ensure the annual review process is effective and follows the statutory requirements.
As the named contact for external agencies in regards to EHCPs, the successful applicant with liaise closely with parents/carers, college staff, partners and external professionals to ensure that necessary paperwork is prepared and circulated prior to annual review meetings as well as chairing annual review meetings, ensuring the actions are recorded and shared post meeting.
You would be joining a motivated and experienced student focused team who are collaborative and proactive in their approach to supporting students to overcome barriers and achieve their potential.
Applicants must be educated to Level 3 standard with a minimum of Level 2 English and Maths and have a comprehensive understanding of the SEND Code of Practice.
Closing date: 22 May 2022
Shortlisting date: 23 May 2022
For successful applicants, the post is subject to enhanced DBS check and other onboarding requirements in line with the Keeping Children Safe in Education Guidelines.
Please note CV’s are not accepted – you must apply via our recruitment portal
If you are as passionate about making a difference, we look forward to receiving your application and joining our great college group.
Croydon College 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.