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Assistant SENCo/Specialist Teacher (FT)

Due to internal promotion, an exciting opportunity has arisen for a qualified specialist teacher to join our dynamic and committed team. The successful candidate will work within this supportive environment to contribute to the success of our pupils. This post offers an opportunity to work with a broad range of young people who have barriers to learning and require higher levels of differentiation in a small class setting.

The successful candidate will assist the SENCo with managing the provision for pupils identified as having learning needs; including delivering and promoting high quality teaching, effective use of resources and high standards of learning and achievement for all pupils.  This will include working closely with the SENCo and the Learning Support Team and teaching both one to one and small groups as appropriate.

Own transport is required as there is no public transport available.

Pay: Slindon College Qualified Teacher Salary Scale EITHER:                                          £28,234 - £37,923 & APTIS Pension 5% Employer Cont.                                                             OR, £25,903 - £34,792 & APTIS Pension 15% Employer Cont.

Pay review pending Sep 2024

Benefits: Group Personal Pension Plan, Meals and Refreshments on Duty during term time, Counselling Service, Cycle to Work Scheme, On-Site Parking, Personal Accident Insurance, Discretionary Annual Bonus Award, Fee Remission

Hours: Full Time - 34 weeks/Year  Monday-Friday 8:15am-4:30pm

Accountable To: SENCo

Probation Period: One Term

Contract: Permanent

How to Apply

Please complete the College Application Form including a supporting statement explaining what attracts you to the post and details the skills and experience you would bring to it. 

Your application can be submitted by email, or by post for the attention of the HR Officer.

We are happy to accommodate tours prior to application. Please contact the HR Officer to book.

Slindon College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. We will carry out reference checks and an enhanced DBS check before making an appointment along with other relevant employment checks.