About the role
Wilsic Hall School are looking for an individual with proven experience in the ability to deliver well-planned educational programmes to young people with complex learning disabilities.
You will work with the Head of Education and other relevant staff to deliver educational programmes to a small group of students. You will be formulating and reviewing effective individual programmes based on the individual needs of each pupils’ needs, as well as recording and reporting on their development, progress and attainment, consulting with parents and other agencies as and when appropriate.
You will demonstrate excellent teaching techniques and have the ability to effectively manage the teaching environment, ensuring you meet the needs of each pupil in your care.
You will need to have a post 16 qualification and a sound knowledge of learning disabilities along with excellent communication and proficient IT skills.
You will need to have knowledge and experience of effective learning practices and sensory interaction teaching skills aimed at post 16 learners.
Team work is key, therefore you will need to be a team player and able to relate encourage, support and motivate staff.
Benefits of working for us:
• 8 Weeks annual leave
• Continuous support and feedback through 1:1 supervision
• Ongoing free mandatory and development training days
• Regular promotion opportunities
• Pension Scheme
This is a great opportunity for the right individual to join an established provider and make a considerable impact on the lives of the people who use the service.
Visits to Wilsic Hall School are advised and welcomed. To arrange or for an informal discussion about this role, please contact Caroline Austen, Head of Education on 01302 - 856382
Hesley Group is an Equal Opportunities employer.
This post is subject to an enhanced level disclosure and barring check with the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).
Wilsic Hall 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.