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Treloar’s, Holybourne, Alton, Hampshire, GU34 4GL

Treloar’s is a groundbreaking organisation managing one of the largest specialist Schools and Colleges in the UK for young people with disabilities. Our fundamental purpose is simple: to enable disabled young people to fulfil their potential in every aspect of their lives. The Health Centre at Treloar’s caters for the medical needs of 154 physically disabled students who attend Treloar School and College.

Are you qualified to RN1 or RN8 level with experience of working with children and young adults?

SPECIALIST STAFF NURSE £31,277-£35,536 per annum (pro-rata to 42 hours for part-time hours)
Full time or part-time
Term time or full year position

We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic nurse to join our existing dynamic nursing team in order to further enhance the nursing provision. You will be working as an integral member of a truly multi-disciplinary team to deliver high quality nursing care to the students in order to enable them to achieve their full health and educational potential.

DEPUTY NURSE MANAGER – QUALITY & CLINICAL GOVERNANCE LEAD Up to circa £38k per annum (pro-rata to 42 hours for part-time hours)
Full time or part-time
Term time or full year position

An exciting opportunity has arisen to make a real difference to the Health Centre at Treloar’s. We have created the new role of Deputy Nurse Manager with responsibility for leading on quality assurance, clinical governance and audit in conjunction with a hands-on clinical role. You will be working in a truly multi-disciplinary team to provide holistic health care and with the benefit of seeing the ongoing impact of your contribution.

SENIOR STAFF NURSE £25,783-34-531 per annum (pro-rata to 42 hours for part-time hours)
Full time or part-time
Term time or full year position

We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic nurse to join our existing dynamic nursing team in order to further enhance the nursing provision. You will be working as an integral member of a truly multi-disciplinary team to deliver high quality nursing care to the students in order to enable them to achieve their full health and educational potential.

Interested?
Further information and an application pack can be obtained by visiting www.treloar.org.uk or for an informal visit please contact Georgina Flower (HR) on 01420 547400 ext. 3411.

Applications encouraged ASAP.

Closing date: 10th August 2014
We offer excellent training, a Group Personal Pension Scheme, a Health Cash Plan, Life Insurance, Childcare Voucher scheme, generous holidays, free parking and other benefits.

We are also recruiting BANK staff, please visit www.treloar.org.uk. 

Treloar Trust is committed to safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults. All successful candidates will be subject to a DBS Check along with other relevant employment checks.

Treloar Trust, responsible for Treloar School and Treloar College, is an equal opportunities employer and operates a no smoking policy. Registered charity number 1092857

 

Scope – Meldreth Manor School

Meldreth
Nr Royston
Herts
SG8 6LG

Qualified Teacher
Maternity cover until 15th December 2014
£21,000 – £31,000 pa (depending on experience)

Qualified Teacher
Part Time – 19.5 hours per week
£12,600 – 18,600 pa (depending on experience)

An opportunity for an enthusiastic and motivated qualified teacher to provide personalised learning for students with profound and multiple learning disabilities

You will be leading on students’ individual learning, development and progress which may be delivered off site and outside of the classroom settings at times.

With the support of the LSA’s, you will lead on the delivery of the curriculum through planned lessons and activities and plan, implement and evaluate individual student behaviour support plans.

You will maintain good lines of communication with other staff directly concerned with the class group, including therapists and care staff.

You will be responsible for the monitoring, assessing, reviewing and reporting on the progress and work of the students to parents, team members, senior staff and funding bodies through reports and identified meetings as directed.

You will supervise a small team of Learning Support Assistants and contribute to their professional development plan.

Experience and knowledge of working with children and young people with autism would be an advantage.

Closing date: 15th August 2014
Interview Date: week commencing 25th August 2014

Please contact meldreth.recruitment@scope.org.uk for an application pack or telephone 01763 268033 for more information.

 

Brantwood Specialist School

Brantwood Specialist School is a wholly owned subsidiary of Ruskin Mill Trust and offers a unique, holistic and pupil-centred approach to the education and care of 7-19 year olds who have not succeeded in mainstream provision. The school provides an educational experience based on the National and Steiner Waldorf Curriculum, embedding the RMT practical skills therapeutic educational curriculum with accredited qualifications.

Applications are invited for the following post, based at Brantwood Specialist School, Sheffield.

Residential Support Worker

Grade 4:5: This role has no guaranteed hours.
The hourly rate is £8.77 to £10.38 including holiday pay and a market supplement. There is an additional £32 paid per sleepover.

This includes the following shifts:
Weeknights: 3pm – 10pm, ‘sleepover’ on site then 7am – 9am the following morning.
Weekends: 10am – 10pm, ‘sleepover’ on site then 7am – 9am the following morning.

The key duties of this role will include:

  • Supervising and supporting pupils in their residential setting with a range of domestic activities; for example, cooking, shopping, cleaning and laundry.
  • Acting as a key worker for a number of pupils designated by the Head of Care.
  • Supporting pupils in caring for their personal space by acting as a role model and helping the pupils to tidy their rooms and complete their laundry duties.
  • Supervising and participating with pupils in social and recreational leisure activities; for example, swimming, cinema, outings, visiting their friends and family.
  • Implementing the relevant elements from individual pupil’s education placement plans, including personal hygiene, household responsibilities, personal finance and social activities.

The criteria required to undertake this position successfully include:

  • Experience of working with children and young people with learning difficulties/disabilities and special educational needs, having developed strategies and methods of managing challenging behaviour.
  • Experience of providing care and support to children and young people and helping them as they carry out their daily commitments.
  • Experience of working as part of a team and using own initiative
  • Knowledge and understanding of the needs and aspirations of children and young people with learning difficulties/disabilities and special educational needs.
  • The ability to demonstrate high levels of enthusiasm in bonding with pupils: enabling a deeper understanding and appreciation of their personal background, learning difficulties/disabilities and special educational needs.

Closing date for applications: 12pm Friday 22nd August 2014

Brantwood Specialist School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful applicants will be required to undergo a DBS Enhanced Disclosure.

Brantwood Specialist School is committed to becoming an equal opportunities employer.

To request an application pack, or for further information, please look on the Trust’s website

www.rmt.org/jobs

or contact Martin Collins, Department of Human Resources, Freeman College, Sterling Works, 88 Arundel Street, Sheffield, S1 2NG. Telephone 0114 252 5992 or email martin.collins@fmc.rmt.org

 

LVS Oxford

LVS Oxford is a Centre for young people aged 8-19 with high functioning autism, Asperger syndrome and associated disorders

LVS Oxford is seeking an experienced English Tutor for 5 hours per week, who will be responsible delivering English GCSE to some of our learners. The role includes responsibility for the assessment of students’ progress, group and individual programme planning, curriculum delivery, recording, evaluation and reporting as well as contributing generally to meeting the aims and ethos of the Centre as a whole. The role demands the application of specialised teaching approaches for students with a diagnosis on the autism spectrum, systematic planning and record keeping and the management and deployment of Learning Support Assistants.

The successful applicant will have responsibility for the development and monitoring of English curriculum delivery across the Centre.

LVS Oxford has a commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its students and therefore all posts are subject to enhanced DBS checks.

Closing date for applications is 22nd August 2014.

To apply: please download an application form from our website,

www.lvs-oxford.org.uk

and once completed return it to:

liz.abraham-molloy@ltcharity.org.uk

together with a full CV and covering letter.

 

Bladon House School

Newton Solney, Burton on Trent, DE15 0TA

Registered Manager Vacancy – Bladon House School

Salary Range £45 – £48 000.00 dependant on experience & qualifications

35 days holiday, pension, assistance programme, sponsored qualifications, training and development plan and childcare voucher scheme

We are seeking an experienced and committed care professional to become the Registered Manager of Bladon House School – a large residential special school in Burton on Trent for up to 37 residential pupils aged 5 to 19. The school specialises in autism, speech and language disorders, moderate to severe learning difficulties and associated behavioural difficulties.

You will effectively manage every aspect of the care provision and ensure an outstanding level of service for those in our care and their families. The successful candidate should therefore have considerable experience of working with young people with learning disabilities and autism, management level experience for at least 3 years, OFSTED Care experience and significant successful experience in supporting and providing debrief to staff who work with significant challenging behaviour. You should also have senior work experience in a large residential provision.

You must have at least NVQ / Level 4 Diploma or equivalent in care and the Registered Managers Award or Level 4 qualification in management (or equivalent) and hold sound knowledge of current OFSTED Care regulations for children’s homes and all associated legislation.

This vacancy is open to internal and external candidates. The SENAD Group is dedicated to equality of opportunity in all areas of work, education and care. We are also committed to safeguarding those in our care – the successful candidate will be required to apply for an enhanced DBS check, will be subject to thorough background checks and must be able to gain OFSTED registration immediately on appointment.

Visit www.senadgroup.com/careers for further information, the full person specification and to download an application pack. Or contact Victoria Finn on 01885 488096 / email at victoria.finn@senadgroup.com for more details.

Closing date for the receipt of applications:

9am on Thursday 28th August 2014

 

Clayton Croft Children’s Home

Thurnscoe, South Yorkshire

Deputy Manager

37 hrs pw: £18,000 – £26,000 p.a. depending on experience

As well as possessing a level 3 Children & Young Peoples Workforce Diploma, you are an experienced residential care worker with at least three years’ experience of working with children within the past five years complimented with at least one year’s experience of working at a senior level in a residential setting. It would also be advantageous to possess experience of supporting children and young people with ASD or other complex needs e.g. OCD and ADHD.

You will be able to demonstrate that you:

  • have the qualities to manage the home and lead the staff in the absence of the Manager,
  • a flexible outlook and approach,
  • insistence on adherence to professional standards,
  • a child centred approach to care and
  • be able to work shifts including some weekends.

For an informal discussion or more information about this role please contact

Lynne Sampson, Registered Manager on 01709 874443 or lynne.sampson@nas.org.uk

What we can offer you:

We offer excellent training opportunities (including Diploma level 5 in Leadership for Health and Social Care, Children and Young People’s Services), pension scheme, discount scheme with major retailers and the equivalent of up to 33 days annual leave (rising to 35 days after five years’ service).

To apply for this job, please visit our website www.autism.org.uk/jobs or ring 01709 874443 or email ROS.recruitment@nas.org.uk for an application pack.

Successful applicants are required to undertake an enhanced DBS disclosure.

Closing date for applications 29 August 2014.

 

Trainee ABA Tutors

Rainbow School, part of BeyondAutism
For September 2014
Wandsworth, London

Salary: First year training salary £15,500 (Including inner London Weighting)

We also welcome applications from ABA Tutors who have already completed training.

Rainbow School is an independent special school for children and young people aged 4-19 with autism.

Rainbow School offers a structured programme of intensive intervention, applying the scientific principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) and Verbal Behaviour (VB) to deliver the National Curriculum and teach functional communication and life skills, to enable our pupils to lead rewarding lives and to fulfil their potential.

Job Purpose
As a member of a class team, to provide excellent ABA/VB teaching to children and young people with autism and associated learning difficulties. To support the ABA Supervisors and qualified teachers in ensuring the daily needs of our pupils are met in a professional, competent, safe and fun school environment.

Candidates must have experience of working with children and/or adults with special needs, and must be educated to A Level or recognised child care qualification.

Closing date: Ongoing

Due to planned expansion, further vacancies will be available throughout the year – please check our website for details.

For an application pack please visit our website www.beyondautism.org.uk or email

admin@beyondautism.org.uk

Rainbow School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. An enhanced disclosure will be conducted for the successful applicant.

 

Camphill Communities Thornbury (CCT)

CCT is seeking to strengthen and diversify its Board with the appointment of new trustees.

Camphill Communities Thornbury (CCT) is a registered charity with a 60 year history of caring for children and adults with learning disabilities in both the Sheiling School, a residential Steiner special school, and The Hatch Camphill Community, a supported living setting. CCT is situated in the historic small town of Thornbury, near Bristol in South Gloucestershire.

CCT is proud to have been consistently praised by the Care Quality Commission and Ofsted for the quality of the services delivered.

Trustees are expected to take a keen interest in the careful operation and future direction of the charity, so we are particularly keen to attract people who can provide strategic thinking, possess established professional and personal networks, and with expertise in finance and SEN schools. This is an exciting opportunity to become involved with the running of a unique charity which continues to develop and grow. Meetings are held quarterly during working hours. Trustees take on small project work from time to time, depending on their availability, and this may require commitment to additional days. Whilst this role is unpaid, reasonable expenses are payable in line with the Charity Commission guidelines.

Camphill Communities Thornbury is committed to equality of opportunity and will consider applications from all members of the community, whatever their background.

For a briefing pack, as well as details of how to apply, visit www.sheilingschool.org.uk or email personnel@sheilingschool.org.uk or telephone 01454 412 194.

Camphill Communities Thornbury is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. Applicants will be required to undergo safeguarding screening.

Registered Charity Number: 307104

Closing date: Ongoing