Job title: SLD Autism Specialist and Sport Teacher
Salary: £28,000.00-35,000.00, depending on experience
Hours: Full time
Main geographical location of role: Brighton
Closing date: 6 July 2021
Where do applicants need to apply: Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org FAO our HR department to apply or enquire.
This position is to start September 2021.
(part-time teaching arrangement maybe considered)
We are looking for a versatile teacher to join our vibrant college community in the heart of Brighton. You should have the have the skills to teach a range of core subjects, but a specialism for working with young people with Severe Learning Difficulties is vital. An interest in offering Sport and contributing to the programme design and delivery of recreation, health and fitness, outdoor recreation would be an advantage. You will need the skills and drive to improve independence and quality of life for young people with learning disabilities, delivering across our cohort i.e., pre-entry level to level 2. This is an opportunity to make a real difference, to work with some extraordinary young people and to inspire them to be the very best they can be.
This role will see you plan and deliver lessons that are good to outstanding, identifying individual learning objectives to ensure learners are stretched to meet their full potential. You will have high expectations of learners and understand the importance of effectively tracking progress. Ability to self-reflect is crucial. You will deliver practical life and functional skills with a strong focus on developing effective communication skills to meet learner needs, interests and aspirations. You will be required to deliver accreditation at Entry level and meet the quality assurance standards of Awarding Bodies and Autism Accreditation with support from colleagues.
We aim to be a regional and national leader in transforming the lives of young people with complex learning needs through an innovative, evidence-based and compassionate approach to education.
- We promote well-being, the basis of effective learning.
- We develop communication, the basis of engagement in society.
- We focus on skill development, the basis of a productive life.
- At all times we promote independence, a fundamental human right
- We passionately believe that all our learners can access the world of work, in some form, during their lives.
St. John’s is committed to the safeguarding and protection of young people, vulnerable adults and children. Employment will be subject to the receipt of two satisfactory professional references, an enhanced DBS certificate and occupational health clearance. We actively encourage people from a variety of backgrounds with different experiences, skills, and stories to join our staff team and influence and develop our working practice. We are particularly keen to hear from people who are currently underrepresented in our staff team and will invite for interview all candidates who meet the role criteria and identify as disabled and/or from a Black, Asian, or minority ethnic background. St. John’s school and College are committed to equality of opportunity for all staff and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, caring responsibilities, disability, gender, gender identity, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, and sexual orientation.
share this page: