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Based in Covent Garden, City Lit is London's largest provider of learning for adults, inspiring over 30,000 students a year. As a leader in our field we have a reputation for delivering a high quality student experience, are judged to be 'outstanding' by Ofsted and are recognised as an Investors in People Champion.
0.8 Teacher Coordinator Specific Learning Difficulties (Dyslexia)
28 hours per week, this post includes evening and occasional weekend work.
£32,902- £36,655 per annum pro rata inclusive of London Weighting. Appointments are made at the bottom of the salary scale but relevant past experience is taken into account in the spinal point awarded.
8.4 weeks annual leave
Are you creative, proactive and able to manage a team? Do you have a post-graduate qualification in assessing and supporting specific learning difficulties, excellent communication and interpersonal skills and are you able to use these to promote an outstanding adult learner experience? If you have a level 5 Diploma in Education and Training or equivalent (e.g. stage 3 teaching qualification or PGCE), plus commitment to complete further CPD or teacher training qualifications if requires this role could be for you.
As a Teacher Coordinator you will be responsible for coordinating and supervising within the Access, Inclusion and Study Support area, leading on the assessment, application for exam arrangements and support for dyslexic students. You will carry out the necessary administrative and quality assurance procedures in your area and will teach on the programme as necessary. You will also recruit, supervise and support part-time tutors and other staff as appropriate.
For the job description and to apply online please visit our website at http://www.citylit.ac.uk/career-opportunities-city-lit
Closing Date for completed applications: Midnight, Tuesday 08 September 2015
Interview date: Thursday 24 and Friday 25 September 2015
City Lit values and promotes equality and diversity
University of Oxford
|Senior Disability Team Adviser (maternity cover)|
|Disability Advisory Service, 3 Worcester Street, Oxford|
|Grade 8: £38,511- £45,954 p.a.|
|Applications are invited for the position of Senior Disability Advisor, within the Disability Advisory Service. The University will consider applications to undertake this post without the service management and team leadership element of the role. In this case the post will be available at Grade 7 (£30,342 - 37,394 p.a.). Please indicate in your application if you wish to be considered only in this capacity.
The service provides guidance and support to approximately 1800 students with disabilities and advises colleges and departments on a wide range of disability matters. As a member of the service’s day-to-day management team, the Senior Disability Adviser will play a central role in ensuring the service facilitates effective study-related support for students with disabilities at Oxford and provides useful, reliable information to colleagues across the collegiate University.
- manage a team of Disability Advisers, plan and lead effective team meetings and support the Advisers in complex cases
- manage a general caseload of often complex student work for students with a wide range of disabilities, conducting initial assessments of study-related support needs and making recommendations for reasonable adjustments.
To be successful, you will need to have experience of managing a team, and expert knowledge of disability issues and practice, preferably in a Higher Education setting. You will be required to work in a complex and challenging environment where new policies and procedures are adapting, particularly in relation to ongoing changes in the Disabled Students Allowance.
The post is full-time and will be for a fixed period of 12 months from November 2015.
For further information see our website at www.ox.ac.uk/students/shw/das/.
The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on 11 September 2015. Interviews are expected to take place on 24 September 2015.
|Contact Person :||Recruitment Administrator||Vacancy ID :||119966|
|Contact Phone :||Closing Date :||11-Sep-2015|
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Specialist Study Support Facilitator
£30,054 - £34,467
Middlesex University (Hendon)
(ENHANCED DBS CHECK IS REQUIRED FOR THIS POST)
Middlesex University Library & Student Support (LSS) department provides a wide range of support services to students including Library & IT Support, Student Information & Advice, Student Achievement, Wellbeing Services, Learner Development and the Museum of Domestic Architecture.
We have recently restructured some of our services within Student Support and are now recruiting Specialist Study Support Facilitators within our Wellbeing Services team. Wellbeing Services combines a number of services to deliver holistic support for students, including:
• Disability and Dyslexia Service
• Student Mental Health
• Student Counselling
The Specialist Study Support Facilitator will work as part of a multidisciplinary team, provide assistance and coaching to students with dyslexia and other SpLDs (both individually and in groups) in developing learning strategies to build on their strengths and to facilitate the development of skills to learn and succeed independently.
The post-holder will work with students individually to identify learning styles and strengths and use these to facilitate independent learning, set clear standards and expectations for the sessions delivered and ensure the nature of the help provided is in line with agreed support.
The successful candidate should be able to demonstrate relevant and recent experience of supporting students with SpLDs, preferably in an HE environment, a high standard of IT literacy, should have a good knowledge of best practice with regard to data protection and confidentiality in an integrated service, and be able to build professional relationships with colleagues.
To apply, please visit http://www.mdx.ac.uk/aboutus/Work/vacancies/ alternatively for informal information about the post contact Dr. Simon Cassar, Head of Wellbeing Services on 020 8411 4717 or email email@example.com
Closing Date: 10th September
Part time TA wanted at Bloo House Esher Surrey
Monday: 8:30 - 3:30
Tuesday: 8:30 - 3:30
Wednesday: 8:30 - 1:30
Thursday: 8:30 - 3:30
Bloo House is an innovative, unique independent school in Esher, Surrey. We currently offer places to 30 children aged 5-11 years; the children commence Bloo House the term that they turn five and we have children join the school throughout the year.
We are known for our multiple intelligence curriculum and place a large emphasis on critical thinking, creativity and divergent thinking. For all intents and purposes, Bloo House is an independent school that nurtures and promotes childhood and offers an inspiring and common sense approach to education.
We are a school for the diligent, active, diverse and creative educator who is passionate about teaching - our teachers are subject specialists yet are able to engage with and deliver other subjects. We especially enjoy working with committed, dedicated professionals who are ambitious, proactive and team players. Knowledge and experience of Key Stage 1 and 2 is essential as are smooth communication skills. Our children are taught in mixed age and mixed ability groups so a natural ability to differentiate is key.
For September 2015 we have a vacancy for a part-time Educational Assistant and we are also actively seeking a full-time Form Teacher to commence January 2016. This role is varied and includes teaching English, Humanities and Latin as well as taking part in all activities across the school. We are specifically interested in hearing from individuals who are able to support a wide range of learners and who absolutely love being creative and have a passion for outdoors learning.
Please Speak to Melissa Carter on +44 (0)1372 477 113
or email cv to firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively send a copy to
Bloo House School
The Lodge (Moore Place)