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Liaison Teacher - Dryden

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Job Summary

Contract Type:
Working Pattern:
Part time
Advert Start Date:
Advert End Date:
Closed for applications on 04/12/2016 23:59
MPS/UPS £22,467 - £38,250 plus TLR 2b £2, 640 and SEN 1 £2,064 (Pro rata).
Hours per week:
29 Hours 36 Minutes
Job Category:
Schools - Teaching
Vacancy ID:
Employment Location:
Dryden Centre
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Job details 

Closing date:
4 Dec

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This job is closed for applications.

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We are looking to appoint a qualified teacher (QTS) to join the Special Educational Needs Improvement Team (SENIT) and provide peripatetic/outreach support to children and young people aged 0 -25 years with hearing impairment.
You must be a qualified and experienced teacher who has successful and substantial classroom experience. You must hold the mandatory qualification for hearing impairment BSL Level1 CACDP or be willing to achieve with the expectation that BSL Level 2 would be gained within 2 years. The focus of the role will be on teaching children with hearing impairment in a school based and peripatetic/outreach role. An in depth knowledge of the strategies and technologies used to remove barriers to learning for babies, children and young people with hearing impairment is essential as is knowledge of current SEND policy and practice especially as it affects teaching and learning within provision for the hearing impaired. You should have successful experience of teaching in an educational setting, and preferably experience of working with families and children in a range of settings. Experience of multi agency working is essential as is experience of delivering staff development sessions/presentations. You must have knowledge of the requirements for Safeguarding and Child Protection.

You will be required to apply for an enhanced Disclosure

Application forms are available to complete online at: www.gateshead.gov.uk

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