Yeovil College has been on an exceptional journey over the last seven years. Our College community is completely aligned, great people pulling in the same direction, who are making amazing things happen. Outcomes for learners that are some of the best in the Country, high financial performance which is enabling choices and the delivery of an exceptional student experience. Interconnected with our business community, we are focused on supplementing their prosperity for all of our benefit.
Yeovil as the principal town of South Somerset is set in beautiful countryside close to the wider South West and all of its benefits, making for a fulfilling work/life balance.
We are looking for a SEND/SEMH Lecturer. This is a busy environment so you must have a positive attitude, be organised and be able to work efficiently as part of a team and independently.
The successful candidates will teach the PMLD (Profound Multiple Learning Difficulties), MLD (Moderate Learning Difficulties) and SEMH learners based within the Preparation for Life & Work curriculum area. The role itself will include providing effective and appropriate delivery of curriculum programmes for students, preparation of schemes of work, lesson and assessment plans, delivery of the curriculum using a variety of teaching methods as well as other key roles set out in the job description.
We have a part time role of 25.9 hours (0.7), all year round.
Salary is YC3 1-6 £15,496.10 up to £18,864.30 ( FTE £22,133 up to £26,949) depending on experience and qualification.
Please ensure that your application is completed in full, listing all qualifications from secondary school up to the most recent qualifications gained and a full employment history is stated from school until present day.
Please clearly state in your supporting statement whether you are interested in the SEND or SEMH role.
- 35 days holiday per year (plus Christmas closure and bank holidays)
- Teachers Pension Scheme
- Continuous professional development
- On site facilities
- Access to a free staff car park
- High street and on-line discount scheme
Yeovil 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.
Potential applicants should be aware that all successful applicants will need to agree to and enhanced DBS check. Yeovil College follows the DBS Code of Practice which is available from the DBS website.