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SEN Teaching Assistant – Liverpool

Main Place of Work: Employability Solutions Liverpool, multi-sites.

Salary: £18,592

Responsible to: SENDCo

Employment Contract: Term Time + 5 days (40 weeks)

Hours: 35 hours, Monday to Friday

Purpose of the post:

Support teaching staff to meet the needs of students through the implementation of agreed learning strategies and support both in and out of the classroom, either in whole class, small group or one to one work.

Provide detailed and specialist skills / knowledge within the field of SEND (Special Educational Needs or Disabilities).

Responsibilities of the post:

  • Develop, with the support of the Teacher, HLTA and/or SENDCo, targeted interventions, strategies and clear plans of support that enable students to meet their Individual Learning Objectives and report on the progress.
  • Develop and adapt resources for use with students that maximise learning outcomes.
  • Monitor student’s responses to the learning activities and, where appropriate, modify or adapt the activities as agreed with the teacher.
  • Support the teacher with effective classroom management, including behaviour management, completion of registers, resource management and general cleanliness and tidiness.
  • Contribute to planning and project ideas and update display boards with students work / topical content.
  • Attend and contribute to staff meetings and events including open days, presentation evenings etc.
  • Share timely information with the team and update the school management systems with daily observations.
  • Contribute to student reviews (EHCP, annual, ILP’s etc) by responding to requests for information and providing regular feedback on students’ learning.
  • Support the use of ICT in learning activities.

General Duties:

  • Assist with the supervision of students out of lesson times, including before and after school, and at breaks and lunch times where required.
  • Accompany teaching staff and students on visits, trips and out of school activities as required.
  • Provide cover where required in the event of staff shortages.
  • Support, uphold and contribute to the development of ES policies and procedures.
  • Provide timely responses to emails or requests for information from the wider team and SLT.
  • Manage your online calendar and ensure important deadlines are met, seeking support where required.
  • Commitment to your own continuous professional development (CPD).
  • Take an active part in appraising own work as part of the annual appraisal process.
  • Attend company training days, team coaching, INSET days and meetings as required.
  • Access 1:1 coaching and support.
  • Live and breathe ES Company Values.

    Closing date for applications is the 18th of September 2022. Please email your CV and a copy of the completed application form to HR@Employabilitysolutions.com.

     

    Inclusion Worker – Huddersfield

    Main Place of Work: Employability Solutions Kirklees.

    Salary: £18,592 a year

    Responsible to: Inclusion Manager

    Employment Contract: Term Time + 5 days (40 weeks)

    Hours: 35 hours over 5 days

    Purpose of the post:

    Using a strengths-based, holistic approach, you will work to promote the following key areas:

    • Improve Attendance
    • Improve Engagement
    • Improve Behaviour
    • Improve Health Needs
    • Improve Educational Outcomes

    Responsibilities of the post:

    • Develop, with the support of the Inclusion Manager, targeted interventions and clear plans of support and report on the progress.
    • Support families to develop practical strategies to allow their child to make progress.
    • Work in collaboration with the class tutors to assist in the preparation of resources and report on the outcomes of the lesson objective / targeted intervention.
    • Foster links between home and school.
    • Attend and contribute during staff meetings.
    • Share timely information with the team and update the school management systems with daily observations.
    • Contribute to student reviews (EHCP, annual, ILP’s etc) by responding to requests for information and attending meetings where appropriate.
    • Develop a local knowledge of resources available to support outcomes, i.e., leisure facilities, sexual health, holiday activities etc.
    • Work in partnership with external agencies and service providers
    • Provide written and/or verbal contributions to reviews when requested, and where necessary, represent ES, the student and their family at professionals’ meetings i.e., TAF

    General Duties:

    • Assist with the supervision of students out of lesson times, including before and after school, and at breaks and lunch times where required.
    • Accompany teaching staff and students on visits, trips and out of school activities as required.
    • Provide cover where required in the event of staff shortages.
    • Support, uphold and contribute to the development of ES policies and procedures.
    • Provide timely responses to emails or requests for information from the wider team and SLT.
    • Manage your online calendar and ensure important deadlines are met, seeking support where required.
    • Commitment to your own continuous professional development (CPD).
    • Take an active part in appraising own work as part of the annual appraisal process.
    • Attend company training days, team coaching, INSET days and meetings as required.
    • Access 1:1 coaching and support.
    • Live and breathe ES Company Values.

      Closing date for applications is the 18th of September 2022. Please email your CV and a copy of the completed application form to HR@Employabilitysolutions.com.

       

      KS5 Teacher – Huddersfield

      Main Place of Work: 20 Greenhead Road, Huddersfield, HD1 4EN

      Salary: £25,714 – £27,143 a year

      Responsible to: Curriculum Manager

      Employment Contract: Monday to Friday, Term Time Only (40 weeks)

      Hours: 35 Hours per week

      Purpose of the post:

      To design and deliver a high standard, broad and balanced Curriculum, using a project-based approach, incorporating practical, creative, and physical elements to the lessons. Ensure individual timetables are produced following admission into the setting. To assist with the enrolment, induction, ILP’s and monitoring of pupil progress for all learners on programme.

      Responsibilities of the post:

      • To oversee the initial assessment process and determining student timetables upon enrolment. To undertake on-going assessment of students to set appropriate targets, to maximise individual performance.
      • Design and deliver a broad and balanced, project-based curriculum to 16+ year olds within an Alternative Education Setting and use strategies to maximise participation.
      • Continually develop systems of monitoring, recording, and assessing student progress to ensure their effectiveness, implementing, and upholding the procedures consistently.
      • Maintain robust procedures for monitoring, recording, and communicating student attendance in accordance with the Company Attendance Policy. Implement and uphold the procedures consistently within the framework of Service Level Agreements and Contracts as directed.
      • Report to Head of Education on a regular basis on attendance and student progress, in line with company procedures and reporting structures.
      • To undertake the monitoring, evaluation and reporting of students’ achievement data including progress towards targets (academic and social).
      • Undertake OTLA’s as per contract delivery requirements.

      General Duties:

      • To prepare reports and communicate to parents, schools, Support Centres, and other agencies / professionals as appropriate.
      • To oversee the maintenance of high quality, accurate records for students in the centre.
      • To prepare for post-19 progression and source and support work experience placements.
      • Adopt a participative and collaborative style of management to encourage team working.
      • Take an active part in appraising own work against agreed priorities and targets.
      • Follow the company tracking of progress procedure in individual subject areas.
      • Support effective working relationships with Secondary Schools, Ofsted, and External Partners.
      • To deliver a broad and balanced, project-based curriculum to 16+ year olds within an Alternative Education Setting.
      • To work effectively with students and their families to prevent placement breakdown.
      • Work closely with Student Services Mentor to ensure the integration of students is successful.
      • To ensure all areas of curriculum delivery are consistent with individual students ILP’s.
      • Consider SEND, Behaviour Management Strategies, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties and Neurodevelopmental Conditions when differentiating curriculum plans.
      • Attend all scheduled meetings as required.

      Closing date for applications is the 18th of September 2022. Please email your CV and a copy of the completed application form to HR@Employabilitysolutions.com.

       

      KS5 Teacher – Liverpool

      Place of Work:                        52 Wellington Street, Garston, Liverpool, L19 2LX

      Responsible to:                     Curriculum Manager

      Employment Contract:         Monday to Friday, Term Time Only (40 weeks)

      Hours:                                     35 Hours per week

      Responsibilities of the post:

      • To oversee the initial assessment process and determining student timetables upon enrolment. To undertake on-going assessment of students to set appropriate targets, to maximise individual performance.
      • Design and deliver a broad and balanced, project-based curriculum to 16+ year olds within an Alternative Education Setting and use strategies to maximise participation.
      • Continually develop systems of monitoring, recording, and assessing student progress to ensure their effectiveness, implementing, and upholding the procedures consistently.
      • Maintain robust procedures for monitoring, recording, and communicating student attendance in accordance with the Company Attendance Policy. Implement and uphold the procedures consistently within the framework of Service Level Agreements and Contracts as directed.
      • Report to Head of Education on a regular basis on attendance and student progress, in line with company procedures and reporting structures.
      • To undertake the monitoring, evaluation and reporting of students’ achievement data including progress towards targets (academic and social).
      • Undertake OTLA’s as per contract delivery requirements.

      General Duties:

      To prepare reports and communicate to parents, schools, Support Centres, and other agencies / professionals as appropriate.

      • To oversee the maintenance of high quality, accurate records for students in the centre.
      • To prepare for post-19 progression and source and support work experience placements.
      • Adopt a participative and collaborative style of management to encourage team working.
      • Take an active part in appraising own work against agreed priorities and targets
      • Follow the company tracking of progress procedure in individual subject areas.
      • Support effective working relationships with Secondary Schools, Ofsted, and External Partners.
      • To deliver a broad and balanced, project-based curriculum to 16+ year olds within an Alternative Education Setting.
      • To work effectively with students and their families to prevent placement breakdown.
      • Work closely with Student Services Mentor to ensure the integration of students is successful.
      • To ensure all areas of curriculum delivery are consistent with individual students ILP’s.
      • Consider SEND, Behaviour Management Strategies, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties and Neurodevelopmental Conditions when differentiating curriculum plans.
      • Attend all scheduled meetings as required.

       Closing date for applications is the 18th of September 2022. Please email your CV and a copy of the completed application form to HR@Employabilitysolutions.com.

       

      School Administrator

      Salary: £16,810 – £18,491 (actual salary) (FTE 19207 – 21450)

      Location:20 Greenhead Road, Huddersfield, HD1 4EN / 3a Union Bank Yard, New Street, Huddersfield HD1 2BP

      Closing Date: 18.09.22

      Hours: 37.5 Hours per week, 8.30am to 4.30pm

      Contract Type: Term time + 5 days (40 weeks) 

      The Role:

      The main purpose of this role is to provide an efficient and courteous reception service, a high standard of administrative support to the school and to senior leaders within the Student Services and SEND departments, as well as some financial administration such as petty cash and budgeting.

      The successful applicant will be responsible for managing a front office that promotes a professional image of the school and effectively upholds school systems and procedures.

      Duties will include:

      • Being the first point of contact for parents, schools and other professionals.
      • Developing a positive, welcoming and caring environment in the front office – greeting all incoming students, families and guests respectfully and professionally.
      • Processing telephone calls and ensuring appropriate action is taken.
      • Recording and distributing incoming mail and parcels and organisation of external post.
      • Ensuring that face to face enquiries from visitors, parents, staff and students are dealt with appropriately and that the schools visitors’ procedure is strictly followed.
      • Providing first aid if necessary and manage medication administration records
      • Being aware of and follow the school’s emergency procedures, for example fire evacuation
      • Being able to operate standard office equipment
      • Managing a small petty cash budget and keep accurate records of spend
      • Updating the school’s MIS system daily with attendance and other information as required
      • Supplies management and re-ordering, i.e. stationary, SEND resources, etc.

      Administrative support to the Student Services and SENDCo’s:

      • Ensure student attendance is recorded and communicated on time, and in accordance with the schools and Local Authority reporting procedures. Monitor and report on student absences.
      • Make daily welfare calls and escalate concerns to the Student Services Manager
      • Process / prepare documentation as required, e.g., letters, reports, emails, collation of data.
      • Support senior leaders with appointments, scheduling and updating calendars.
      • Attend team meetings and be responsible for recording and storing accurate minutes
      • Collate necessary paperwork in preparation for meetings such as annual reviews, TAF’s etc as requested
      • Liaise with external agencies and professionals as appropriate
      • Input information onto the school’s MIS database and extract information and reports as required.
      • Support with the organisation of school trips, visits and events.
      • Respond to routine correspondence and requests for information, taking into consideration GDPR and confidentiality.
      • Allocate and prioritise incoming work effectively.

      Support to the Finance Manager:

      • Undertake routine cash handling duties, including weekly petty cash requests and keeping accurate records of spend
      • Reimbursement of expenses e.g., student bus fares, resources etc.

       General:

      • Maintain confidentiality.
      • Follow company policies and procedures.
      • Attend all scheduled training courses, team meetings and inset days as required
      • Commitment to your own personal and continuous professional development.
      • Undertake any other duties that may be required commensurate with the scale and function of the post.

      We are looking for someone who is:

      • A keen and capable administrator, preferably with experience of working in an education environment.
      • An excellent standard of English and a conscientious approach to ensuring school communication is professional and accurate.
      • Qualification or willingness to work towards a related qualification
      • Experience of using school information systems e.g., Eduspot, Evolve, etc
      • Friendly, approachable, flexible with a can-do attitude. Pro-active with a bucket load of initiative!

       In return we will: –

      Provide a full training and development plan alongside a full safeguarding and company induction. Excellent support and mentoring. Access to a workplace pension scheme and other benefits.

      This role will be subject to an English and Maths assessment.

      To apply for this vacancy, please send a completed application from via email to HR@employabilitysolutions.com

       Closing date for Applications will be Sunday 18th September 2022

       

      Progressions Coordinator

      Salary: £24,000 – £26,000

      Location: Liverpool

      Closing Date: 22.09.22

      Hours: 35 Hours

      Contract Type: 52 Weeks

      The Progressions Coordinator works in delivering and administering Youth hubs core programme in the South Liverpool area.

      You will be responsible for securing employment, education and training opportunities for youth hub participants and supporting them to progress. You will be responsible for delivering employability and personal development workshops and 121 sessions. You will establish and maintain partnerships with referral agencies and develop further partnerships with employers, colleges and training providers in order to secure suitable opportunities for our participants. Monitoring and reporting are essential to this role.

      Role Specific Responsibilities

      • Overall accountability for participant’s progression into employment, education or training.
      • Shared responsibility for identifying work experience opportunities and supporting participants within work experience, employment, education or training by providing aftercare.
      • To network with external organisations such as colleges, job centres, careers centres, employers, community groups and other relevant organisations to source and secure employment, education and/or training opportunities for Youth Hub participants.
      • Overall accountability for soft skills analysis, overcoming barriers and assisting participants to draw up action plans. Undertaking an appropriate initial assessment with each participant using a variety of tools and methods that assist in identifying the needs of the participant.
      • Shared responsibility for inputting and maintaining information by capturing daily attendance, personal development information, outcomes and sustainment and to produce reports as required.
      • Shared accountability for meeting delivery team targets in relation to recruitment, retention and outcomes.
      • Responsible for delivery of a complete employability service including job searching strategies, interview techniques, job applications, etc. and delivering group employability and personal development workshops.
      • Shared responsibility in the recruitment of young people
      • Responsibility for completing all necessary paperwork for each participant.
      • Shared responsibility for the appropriate referral or signposting of participants to agencies for specialist help who require additional support needs such as housing, addiction, etc.
      • Keeping up to date with labour market information, legislation, professional and academic developments.
      • A flexible approach to the working pattern will be required, as there may at times be a requirement to work outside the normal working week, however sufficient advance notice will given.

        In return we will provide a full safeguarding and company induction. Excellent support and mentoring. Access to a workplace pension scheme and other benefits.

        More information about the job is available in the Job Description below. If you are interested in applying for the role, download the application form below and email a copy to HR@employabilitysolutions.com.