Job title: SEND Teacher
Salary: £22,576.88 – £32,996.50 + 1 additional point (plus a second additional point for qualified teachers of VI or MSI)
Hours: Full time
Main geographical location of role: Exeter, Devon
Closing date: Friday 28 May 2021
Where do applicants need to apply: https://www.wescfoundation.ac.uk/working-with-us/employment/current-vacancies/send-teacher/
About WESC Foundation
WESC Foundation – the Specialist Centre for Visual Impairment – is a charity located on a 14-acre campus at the edge of Exeter. Founded in 1838 (and known from the 1960s until 2013 as the West of England School and College) we offer a range of educational, care and support services to young people and adults with visual impairment and other complex needs. In addition to the main campus there is also a horticulture site at West Hill (just outside Exeter near Ottery St Mary), and five charity shops, all of which are part of our own social enterprise.
About the role
We have an exciting opportunity to join the WESC Foundation as a SEND Teacher.
We are looking for a dynamic, student focused teacher to join our team. You will be motivated by providing the best opportunities for students and determined to help us deliver quality learning throughout the campus. As a lead in learning you will have high aspirations for the students you teach and will work closely with your class team to deliver high quality learning experiences. You will have qualified teacher status with some relevant experience in the teaching of SEND students within mainstream or a specialist setting.
Benefits of working at WESC Foundation
- Free onsite parking
- Gym facilities and “staff swim” sessions in our heated swimming pool
- “Introduce a Friend” incentive programme
- Excellent induction training, with a wide range of other training opportunities available throughout your time with us
- Death in Service life cover
- Free 24 hour access to a confidential employee assistance scheme.
- Fabulous young people to work with
- Rewarding career
- Beautiful grounds
More information and how to apply
If you are interested in this post and would like to arrange an informal chat, please contact Matt Smith, Director of Education, on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01392 454324.
Please visit our website to apply: