Nottingham City Council
Part Time , Hours per week - 16.5
MPS/UPS + TLR Band 2 £4445 - Pro-Rata
Dragon Court , 1 Woolsthope close, Bilborough, Nottingham, NG8 3BP
This position is Restricted. Refer to Applicant Guidance notes for further information.
We’ve got an exciting opportunity available for talented individuals to join our workforce - perhaps this is the opportunity you’ve been waiting for? Read on to find out more…
There has never been a better time to join Nottingham City Council. Known for inclusivity and innovation, we have also won a host of Employee Benefits Awards, are a leading employer of Apprentices and we are continually working around the clock to deliver high quality services for Nottingham’s citizens, visitors and investors.
Our aspiration is to make Nottingham a Great City, but to do this we need to be a Great Council, provide Great Services and recruit and develop a Great Workforce.
Nottingham City Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of Children and Vulnerable Adults and we expect all workers to share in this commitment.
A unique and exciting opportunity has arisen for an innovative, creative and strategically minded teacher, to join the Inclusive Education Service, Learning Support Team. This post is offered at MPS/UPS TLR2b.
As a Learning Support Team teacher, you will join a specialised and friendly team of SEND teachers and teaching assistants, to support schools in providing outstanding provision for SEND children and young people. As a Learning Support Team teacher, you have the opportunity to develop new skills and knowledge as well as bringing your own SEND experience to the role. You must be confident in the delivery of advice and training to schools around the learning needs of pupils with a range of SEND. You will use a range of assessment tools to inform planning and the practice of inclusion for SEND children and young people, with the intention of improving educational outcomes. You will have a solution focussed approach and good negotiation skills combined with the resilience and determination to secure the best possible provision and outcomes for students. You will be able to write and communicate clearly and be able to develop good working relationships with children and young people, their families and a range of other professionals.
- Must hold QTS/QTLS
- Must have a minimum of 5 years teaching experience
- Must have experience of teaching and support children and young people with Special Educational Needs
- Must have a proven track record of good/outstanding teaching
- Must have a committed to the promotion of inclusion and positive outcomes for children and young people with Special Educational Needs
For more information, please view the Job Description and Person Specification which are attached further down on this page.
Useful information for Applicants:
This post is subject to an Enhanced DBS check.
References may be sought prior to interview for safeguarding purposes. You will be advised once the application closing date has passed if this is required.
Please ensure you read our Terms and Conditions information, which includes advice on pay, annual leave and hours of working, and our Total Rewards Package, which includes information on some of the great benefits when working for Nottingham City Council.
This post is covered by the statutory duty under Part 7 of the Immigration Act (2016) (English Language Requirement for public sector workers) and therefore the ability to speak fluent English, as detailed in the job description and person specification, is an essential requirement for the role.
Nottingham City Council are committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and we are striving to have a reflective workforce of the citizens we serve. As a result of our commitment to this agenda, we anonymise all applications to remove the risk of unconscious bias. The application process will capture your personal details (including your name) and these details will only be made visible to recruiting managers once the shortlisting stage has been completed.
We particularly welcome applicants from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities and applicants that consider themselves disabled as these groups are currently under represented within our workforce.
Nottingham City Council is open to conversations regarding flexible working options at the point of interview.
Nottingham City Council 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.