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Position Location Closing Date
Speech and Language Therapist Heathlands School 30 Jun 2017
Teacher of the Deaf Tanners Brook Primary School 9 Jun 2017
Advisory Teacher of the Deaf (1FT post and one 0.5 FTE) Red Oaks Primary School 9 Jun 2017
Post 16 Department Lead Royal School for the Deaf Derby 5 Jun 2017
Teacher of the Deaf (Outreach Teacher) South Lanarkshire Council 4 Jun 2017
Enterprise and Vocational Curriculum Teacher Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education 24 May 2017
Speech and Language Therapist Heathlands School 23 May 2017
Advisory Teacher of the Deaf Brent 22 May 2017
Resource Base Leader (Deaf and Hearing impaired provision) / Sendco Kingsbury Green Primary School 22 May 2017
Class Teacher (secondary phase) Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education 22 May 2017
Head of Safeguarding Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education 22 May 2017
Vice-Principal (Head of Education) Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education 22 May 2017
Teacher of the Deaf Croydon Council 21 May 2017
Advisory Teacher of the Deaf Jubilee Primary School & Children's Centre 21 May 2017
Senior Hearing Rehabilitationist Cambridge University Hospitals 21 May 2017
Teacher of the Deaf Leeds City Council 19 May 2017
Teacher of the Deaf Tanners Brook Primary School 19 May 2017
Teacher of the Deaf Park View Junior School 19 May 2017
Teacher of the Deaf Roding Primary School 19 May 2017
Teacher of Deaf Children Heathlands School 18 May 2017
Teacher of Science Royal School for the Deaf Derby 18 May 2017
Specialist Teacher - Hearing Support Buckinghamshire Learning Trust 18 May 2017
Teacher of Humanities (Religious Education) Royal School for the Deaf Derby 18 May 2017
Teacher of Computing Royal School for the Deaf Derby 18 May 2017
Teacher of the Deaf Culloden Primary 17 May 2017
1.0 or 0.8 F.T.E. Peripatetic Teacher for the Deaf Hammersmith and Fulham and The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Bi-Borough Sensory and Language Impairment Team 17 May 2017
BSL Level 6 Communication Support Worker Suffolk County Council 14 May 2017
BSL / English Interpreter Suffolk County Council 14 May 2017
Specialist Teachers for Hearing Impaired (2 posts) Suffolk County Council 14 May 2017
Teacher of the Deaf London Borough of Bromley 11 May 2017

Speech and Language Therapist

Heathlands School

Heathlands Drive, St Albans AL3 5AY
Tel: 01727 807807
Email: head@heathlands.herts.sch.uk

Required for September 2017
Speech and Language Therapist
37 hours per week - term time
(i.e. 41 working weeks plus paid holiday entitlement total 47 paid weeks)

Salary Range: H9/ M1 range - broadly equivalent to NHS bands 6 - 7
For full time equivalent £30,153 - 37,306
Salary will be negotiated with the successful applicant dependant on qualifications and experience

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the staff of this vibrant, high achieving local authority special school for deaf children aged 3-16. We are looking for a speech and language therapist who is interested in working with Deaf children.

The successful candidate is likely to have

  • a background in paediatrics
  • experience of or a desire to develop expertise in relation to hearing impairment
  • experience of supporting a range of SEN
  • skills in sign language and a commitment to further develop these
  • experience of working with parents
  • excellent interpersonal and team work skills

Speech and Language Therapists work as part of a collaborative team with teachers, classroom support staff and other therapists.

Benefits include good technical support, extensive staff development programmes including the opportunity for in house sign language training, involvement in special interest groups, specialist clinical supervision and advanced qualification in relevant fields.

Heathlands is committed to safeguarding pupils and this post will require an enhanced DBS check.

Application forms to be returned to:

The Head Teacher, Heathlands School, Heathlands Drive, St Albans AL3 5AY. Email: head@heathlands.herts.sch.uk For an informal discussion phone 01727 807807 to speak to the Head Teacher.

Closing date: Friday 30 June 2017 at 12 noon


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Teacher of the Deaf
Tanners Brook Primary School

Tanners Brook Primary School

Southampton
Email: info@portswoodpri.org.uk
Web: www.portswoodtrust.org.uk

Tanners Brook Primary School, part of Portswood Primary Academy Trust, has a specialist Hearing Impaired Unit for Primary children from across the Southampton area. The Unit works in partnership with the Local Authority to support hearing impaired children.

We currently have 10 children in the Unit and are seeking a specialist teacher to contribute to the education of these children.

Ideally you should be a qualified teacher, have BSL and a post graduate qualification in specialist teaching for the Hearing Impaired. The post is open to teachers with QTS willing to undertake appropriate specialist training from September 2017.

We will offer you excellent support from our teaching assistants in the Unit and access to continued professional development across the Academy Trust.

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment.

Salary is by negotiation and a SEN allowance will be paid.

An application form and job description are available on the Academy Trust’s website (www.portswoodtrust.org.uk). Please email completed application forms to info@portswoodpri.org.uk by Friday 9 June 2017 (12 noon).


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Advisory Teacher of the Deaf (1FT post and one 0.5 FTE)
Red Oaks Primary School

Red Oaks Primary School

Hearing Support Team, Red Oaks Primary School, Redhouse Way, Swindon SN25 2AN
Tel: 01793 493920
Fax: 01793 493921
Email: jpeterson@redoaks.swindon.sch.uk
Web: www.redoaks.org
Red Oaks Primary School

Salary:MPS/UPS + up to 2 SEN (dependent on experience and qualifications - pro rata for PT post)
Term:Permanent
Location:Based within Red Oaks Primary School Supporting children within the Swindon Area
Start date:September 2017/November 2017
Closing date:Friday 9 June 2017
Interview date:Friday 16 June 2017

Due to retirement and change of hours within the team, two exciting opportunities have arisen to join the Hearing Support Team (HST) in Swindon, as either a Full Time or a 0.5FTE Advisory Teacher of the a Deaf

The HST is based within Red Oaks Primary School in North Swindon. From this innovative base we provide support and advice to families and professionals of deaf children and young people aged 0-25 across the Swindon area

The Successful Candidate will

  • be a qualified teacher preferably with the mandatory qualification for a Teacher of the Deaf
  • have experience of teaching deaf children across a variety of age ranges and educational settings
  • have a minimum of BSL level 1 qualification with a willingness to progress their skills further
  • have an up to date knowledge of the new SEND code of practice
  • be able to manage a busy caseload and prioritise accordingly
  • be willing to be highly flexible in their thinking and approach to secure the best outcomes for pupils on their caseload

For further details, job description, person specification and an application form please visit our website at www.redoaks.org

For an informal discussion about this post or if you would like to arrange to visit the team please contact Tamara Turchet, Senior Advisory Teacher of the Deaf on 07740 037338 email: tturchet@redoaks.swindon.sch.uk

Completed application forms should be posted to the address above or emailed to Jackie Peterson jpeterson@redoaks.swindon.sch.uk

Applications must be received no later than 12.00 noon on Friday 9 June

Red Oaks Primary School & The Hearing Support Team are strongly committed to protecting and Safeguarding children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

All post holders are subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service Check

Red Oaks Primary School and the Hearing Support Team comply with current Data Protection Legislation. This document may be shared within Swindon Borough Council Children Services.


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Post 16 Department Lead
Royal School for the Deaf Derby

Royal School for the Deaf Derby

Ashbourne Road, Derby DE22 3BH
Tel: 01332 547664
Email: helen.radford@rsdd.org.uk

MPS + SEN + ToD + TLR 2a | September 2017

Royal School for the Deaf Derby is a unique provider of day and residential placements for deaf children and young people aged 3 - 19 where all pupils are challenged to achieve their best through excellent teaching, a comprehensive curriculum and a wide variety of experiences.

Post 16 Department works in partnership with local mainstream providers offering learners the same opportunities and experiences enjoyed by all young people. Off campus learners are supported by qualified and experienced communication support workers; on campus learners enjoy a personalised programme including GCSE English and Mathematics, Driving Theory, Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, Wider Key Skills, Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance. On campus teaching and learning is delivered by qualified subject specialists and teachers of the deaf supported by a range of in-house specialists including: an Audiologist and highly specialist Speech and Language Therapist, Complex Needs SENCO, skilled and experienced education assistants.

We are looking for a qualified teacher or lecturer to lead the department, work in collaboration with external course providers, exploit opportunities for learners to gain the skills, confidence and know-how to build successful lives beyond Post 16.

The successful applicant will benefit from a personalised CPD plan including British Sign Language and the opportunity to achieve an MA including Teacher of the Deaf status.

This role is a Regulated Activity and the appointment is subject to safeguarding in recruitment checks including an enhanced criminal record disclosure.

Closing date for applications: 05 June 2017
Interviews: 13 June 2017

For further job details and application documents or to arrange an informal visit, please contact Helen Radford, Human Resources Business Partner at Royal School for the Deaf Derby Ashbourne Road, Derby DE22 3BH Voice: 01332 547664 SMS 07500 878569 Email: helen.radford@rsdd.org.uk


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Teacher of the Deaf (Outreach Teacher)
South Lanarkshire Council

South Lanarkshire Council

Hamilton School for the Deaf, Anderson Street, Hamilton
Web: www.myjobscotland.gov.uk

SLA002934 - Teacher of the Deaf (Outreach Teacher)
Hamilton School for the Deaf, Anderson Street, Hamilton
Salary: £26,895 - £35,763 per year
Hours: 35 hours per week

Hamilton School for the Deaf provides an Outreach Service for children with hearing loss across South Lanarkshire. Applicants will be required to travel throughout South Lanarkshire.

Applicants must have full GTC registration but this can be primary or secondary. Anyone accepting an appointment in Deaf Education, who is not a qualified Teacher of the Deaf, must agree to complete the training within five years of their appointment.

Applicants must be prepared to gain a BSL Qualification at least to level 2.

It is our mission to make positive meaningful changes in the lives of young people. We aim to provide an exceptional learning and working environment for pupils and staff and work in partnership with parents, support staff and other professionals.

You will assist in the delivery of the curriculum and contribute to whole school initiatives, as appropriate.

You will carry out the range of duties outlined in Annexe B of "A Teaching Profession for the 21st Century".

For further details and to apply online visit: www.myjobscotland.gov.uk/councils/south-lanarkshire/jobs/sla002934-teacher-deaf-outreach-teacher-hamilton-school-deaf-80936

Closing date for applications Sunday, 4th June 2017.


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Enterprise and Vocational Curriculum Teacher
Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education

Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education

Email: employment@exeterdeafacademy.ac.uk
Web: www.exeterdeafacademy.ac.uk/recruitment

MPS + ½ SEN points

Are you a committed and creative teacher with:

  • ambition to see deaf young people achieve their best in a safe and secure environment
  • a values-driven approach that puts student’s best interests at the heart of your work
  • the passion, positivity and creativity to engage and inspire other students and staff
  • the dedication and resilience to provide our students with an exceptional learning experience

This is a rewarding and challenging opportunity for a creative and committed teacher with a strong track record as an outstanding teacher to join a team determined to make a difference to the lives of deaf young people and their families.

The post will initially be to develop our vocational learning curriculum for key stage 4 and post-16 learners delivering BTEC Vocational Studies and our student enterprise scheme (Grow, Make, Sell). Working with careers advisors you will also co-ordinate work placements and work experience for students.

The Academy is a non-maintained special school and specialist post-16 college with the vision to provide the very best education and care for young people who are deaf.

The Academy aims to provide outstanding education and care tailored to the individual needs of deaf young people. The sense of belonging to an inspiring bilingual community transforms students as they develop language skills and journey towards independence and fulfilling their own potential.

The Academy will be moving to a new, purpose-built facility in the nearby seaside town of Exmouth in 2019. This represents the strong optimism we have for our future and our determination to improve the quality of the work that we do.

Applications are welcomed from experienced teachers who would be interested in this unique opportunity to teach deaf children. Teachers without a formal qualification to teach deaf children would be required and supported to qualify within three years of appointment.

We will offer:

  • The opportunity to join a committed team of professionals working together to secure high achievement for all our students.
  • A unique chance to become part of an exciting development in Deaf Education.
  • Long-term career development within a forward thinking and innovative organisation.
  • Sponsorship to achieve BSL qualifications up to level 3 and Teacher of the Deaf qualifications
  • The chance to work in the heart of Devon, having close access to Dartmoor National Park and the South Devon coast.

Previous experience of working with deaf young people or the ability to use British Sign Language is not essential, although if appointed you will be expected to commit to working towards gaining BSL level 3.

If you share our vision and values then we would be very excited to hear from you. Visits to the Academy are most welcome.

To find out more information about this unique opportunity please e-mail: employment@exeterdeafacademy.ac.uk or visit the Academy’s website: www.exeterdeafacademy.ac.uk/recruitment.

Closing date for applications: Wednesday 24 May at 9am.
Interview date: Friday 26 May

The Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young adults; as such an enhanced DBS disclosure is required.

The academy is currently unable to consider appliactions from newly qualified teachers.

The Academy is committed to promoting diversity and inclusion for all its students and staff.
(Registered Charity No. 1124523).



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Speech and Language Therapist

Heathlands School

Heathlands Drive, St Albans AL3 5AY
Tel: 01727 807807
Email: head@heathlands.herts.sch.uk

Required for September 2017

37 hours per week - term time
(i.e. 41 working weeks plus paid holiday entitlement total 47 paid weeks)

Salary Range: H9/ M1 range - broadly equivalent to NHS bands 6 - 7

For full time equivalent £30,153 - 37,306

Salary will be negotiated with the successful applicant dependant on qualifications and experience

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the staff of this vibrant, high achieving local authority special school for deaf children aged 3-16. We are looking for a speech and language therapist who is interested in working with Deaf children.

The successful candidate is likely to have

  • a background in paediatrics
  • experience of or a desire to develop expertise in relation to hearing impairment
  • experience of supporting a range of SEN
  • skills in sign language and a commitment to further develop these
  • experience of working with parents
  • excellent interpersonal and team work skills

Speech and Language Therapists work as part of a collaborative team with teachers, classroom support staff and other therapists.

Benefits include good technical support, extensive staff development programmes including the opportunity for in house sign language training, involvement in special interest groups, specialist clinical supervision and advanced qualification in relevant fields.

Heathlands is committed to safeguarding pupils and this post will require an enhanced DBS check.

Application forms to be returned to:

The Head Teacher, Heathlands School, Heathlands Drive, St Albans AL3 5AY. Email: head@heathlands.herts.sch.uk For an informal discussion phone 01727 807807 to speak to the Head Teacher.

Closing date: Tuesday 23 May 2017 at 12 noon


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Advisory Teacher of the Deaf
Brent

Brent

Tel: 0208 937 5107
Email: milly.mastroianni@brent.gov.uk
Web: www.brent.gov.uk/jobs

Ref 1700290

Salary range: Salary £30,183 - £50,954 (Pro - Rata)
Contract: Permanent
Hours of work: 13 hours per week (2 days per week, 0.4FTE)
Location: Civic Centre and other locations from time to time

Teacher of the Deaf needed in Brent

Brent is a tremendously vibrant London borough where the iconic arch of Wembley Stadium dominates the skyline. Spanning both inner and outer London, it is a borough of huge contrasts in terms of its economic, environmental, ethnic and social make up. Brent”s diversity is evident to all who visit our borough and our long history of ethnic and cultural diversity has created a place that is truly unique and valued by those who live and work here.

The council is pursuing a far-reaching transformation agenda that better meets the needs of our community so it is an exciting time to join us.

The Post

Required September 2017 or sooner if possible.

This is an exciting opportunity to join a hearing impairment service committed to meeting the needs and reducing the barriers faced by children and young people and supporting their families and others who work with them.

The Person

A mandatory ToD qualification for the above post is desirable but support will be offered for a creative and committed teacher wishing to train. For an informal discussion about this post please contact Milly Mastroianni, Hearing Impairment Team Leader, on 0208 937 5107 or email milly.mastroianni@brent.gov.uk.

Closing Date: 22 May 2017 (23:59) Interview Date: w/b 29 May 2017

Additional Information

Brent Council values the diversity of its community and aims to have a workforce that reflects this and therefore encourage applications from all sections of the community.

Applications are particularly welcome from people with a disability as they are under represented across the council.

All organisations and individuals who work with children and young people, or are involved in providing services for them have a duty to safeguard and promote their welfare.

We are committed to safer recruitment and safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Before you join Brent Council, you will need to provide your National Insurance (NI) number and undergo a Home Office Standard I.D. check.

All successful applicants will be required to apply for a ‘Enhanced and Barred (Childrens)’ DBS Disclosure.

Please note CVs will not be considered as part of your application for this position.

For more information and application form please click on the link below

http://lbbrent.referrals.selectminds.com/jobs/advisory-teacher-of-the-deaf-509

or

www.brent.gov.uk/jobs ref 1700290


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Resource Base Leader (Deaf and Hearing impaired provision) / Sendco
Kingsbury Green Primary School

Kingsbury Green Primary School

Brent
Tel: 0208 204 6423
Email: office1@kgreen.brent.sch.uk
Web: www.kingsburygreenprimaryschool.org

Salary: Main scale/UPS Inner London + SEN 2 + TLR2C
Employer: Kingsbury Green Primary School, Brent
Contract Type: Full Time, Permanent
Closing Date: 22nd May 2017 - noon

Are you an experienced and inspirational Teacher or Sendco looking to specialise and focus your work?

Do you love taking on new challenges showing ambition for children and yourself?

We are looking for a lead teacher for our resource base - The Total Communication Base. The TCB is a designated resource base for 18 deaf children following a total communication/ auditory/ oral approach. As a school we believe Pride+ Effort = Success and that hard work, empathy and an agile mind will bring about high performance. We have an open and inclusive ethos where deaf awareness is part and parcel of daily life across the whole school. Our children are fully included in all aspects of school life and are proud to belong to our outstanding school.

You will bring

  • Experience as a SENDco or extensive experience in leadership and management of SEND provision in a primary school setting
  • Excellent primary curriculum teaching, planning and assessment skills and knowledge and the ability to develop this in others
  • Evidence of further leadership or SEND study/ qualifications. Mandatory Teacher of the Deaf qualification achieved, pending or capability to immediately begin training
  • Excitement in a new challenge and the skills to put a vision into action

We can offer you

  • Children who want to learn and families who are aspirational and very supportive
  • An experienced and flexible staff team - including a ToD, Specialist Teaching Assistants, Speech and Language support & a Deaf Instructor
  • Dedicated Administration support
  • A systematic CPD programme and ongoing career development including financial support

If you would like to discuss the position, please call Chris Bonner on 02082046423

Visits to the school won’t disappoint - so please do come and see us.

To arrange your visit or request an application pack, please contact Bhav Bhudia on office1@kgreen.brent.sch.uk

To find out more about our school, please visit: www.kingsburygreenprimaryschool.org

Closing date: 22nd May 2017 - noon
Interview date: 26 th May 2017

Kingsbury Green is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Any offer to the successful candidate will be conditional upon an Enhanced Disclosure being obtained via the Disclosure and Barring Service.


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Class Teacher (secondary phase)
Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education

Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education

Email: employment@exeterdeafacademy.ac.uk
Web: www.exeterdeafacademy.ac.uk/recruitment

MPS/UPS + ½SEN

Are you a committed and creative teacher with:

  • ambition to see deaf young people achieve their best in a safe and secure environment
  • a values-driven approach that puts student’s best interests at the heart of your work
  • the passion, positivity and creativity to engage and inspire other students and staff
  • the dedication and resilience to provide our students with an exceptional learning experience

This is a rewarding and challenging opportunity for a committed teacher with a strong track record as an outstanding teacher to join a team determined to make a difference to the lives of deaf young people and their families. The post will initially be to teach a class group of secondary ages who are deaf with a range of additional needs.

The Academy is a non-maintained special school and specialist post-16 college with the vision to provide the very best education and care for young people who are deaf.

The Academy aims to provide outstanding education and care tailored to the individual needs of deaf young people. The sense of belonging to an inspiring bilingual community transforms students as they develop language skills and journey towards independence and fulfilling their own potential.

The Academy will be moving to a new, purpose-built facility in the nearby seaside town of Exmouth in 2019. This represents the strong optimism we have for our future and our determination to improve the quality of the work that we do.

Applications are welcomed from experienced teachers who would be interested in this unique opportunity to teach deaf children. Teachers without a formal qualification to teach deaf children would be required and supported to qualify within three years of appointment.

We will offer:

  • The opportunity to join a committed team of professionals working together to secure high achievement for all our students.
  • A unique chance to become part of an exciting development in Deaf Education and Care.
  • Long-term career development within a forward thinking and innovative organisation.
  • Sponsorship to achieve BSL qualifications up to level 3 and Teacher of the Deaf qualifications
  • The chance to work in the heart of Devon, having close access to Dartmoor National Park and the South Devon coast.

Previous experience of working with deaf young people or the ability to use British Sign Language is not essential, although if appointed you will be expected to commit to working towards gaining BSL level 3.

If you share our vision and values then we would be very excited to hear from you. Visits to the Academy are most welcome.

To find out more information about this unique opportunity please e-mail: employment@exeterdeafacademy.ac.uk or visit the Academy’s website: www.exeterdeafacademy.ac.uk/recruitment.

Closing date for applications: Monday 22 May 2017 at 9am.
Interview date: Wednesday 24 May

The Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young adults; as such an enhanced DBS disclosure is required.

The Academy is committed to promoting diversity and inclusion for all its students and staff.
(Registered Charity No. 1124523).


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Head of Safeguarding
Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education

Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education

Email: employment@exeterdeafacademy.ac.uk
Web: www.exeterdeafacademy.ac.uk/recruitment

Actual salary = £35,000.00 to £38,000.00

Are you an exceptional professional with Social Work/Education Safeguarding experience with:

  • ambition to see Deaf young people achieve their best in a safe and secure environment
  • a values-driven approach that puts student’s best interests at the heart of your work
  • skills and leadership to build a culture where safeguarding is a top priority
  • the passion, positivity and creativity to engage and inspire other staff
  • the dedication and resilience to lead successful change

This is a very special opportunity for a committed and experienced professional to join a team determined to make a difference to the lives of Deaf young people and their families. Following our Ofsted inspection in November 2016, this is a key appointment to ensure that Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education (the Academy) secures rapid improvement.

The Academy is a non-maintained special school and specialist post-16 college with the vision to provide the very best education and care for young people who are deaf.

The Academy aims to provide nurturing education and care tailored to the individual needs of Deaf young people. The sense of belonging to an inspiring bilingual community transforms students as they develop language skills and journey towards independence and fulfilling their own potential.

The Academy will be moving to a new, purpose-built facility in the nearby seaside town of Exmouth in 2019. This represents the strong optimism we have for our future and our determination to improve the quality of the work that we do.

Reporting into the Executive Principal, we are looking to recruit a committed and ambitious Head of Safeguarding, who can secure rapid improvement in the quality of our Safeguarding practice. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing and implementing the Academy’s policies and procedures in relation to safeguarding, in line with national, statutory and local authority requirements and best practice guidance. The Head of Safeguarding will also lead and present training in relation to Safeguarding for staff, trustees and volunteers.

We will offer:

  • The opportunity to join a committed team of professionals working together to secure high achievement for all our students.
  • A unique chance to become part of an exciting development in Deaf Education and Care.
  • Long-term career development within a forward thinking and innovative organisation.
  • Sponsorship to achieve BSL qualifications up to level 3.
  • The chance to work in the heart of Devon, having close access to Dartmoor National Park and the South Devon coast.

Previous experience of working with deaf young people or the ability to use British Sign Language is not essential, although if appointed you will be expected to commit to working towards gaining BSL level 3.

If you share our vision and values then we would be very excited to hear from you. Visits to the Academy are most welcome.

To find out more information about this unique opportunuity please e-mail: employment@exeterdeafacademy.ac.uk or visit the Academy’s website: www.exeterdeafacademy.ac.uk/recruitment.

Closing date for applications: Monday 22 May at 0900.
Interview date: Wednesday 24 May

The Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young adults; as such an enhanced DBS disclosure is required.

The Academy is committed to promoting diversity and inclusion for all its students and staff.
(Registered Charity No. 1124523).


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Vice-Principal (Head of Education)
Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education

Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education

Email: employment@exeterdeafacademy.ac.uk
Web: www.exeterdeafacademy.ac.uk/recruitment

£62-£68,000 FTE

Are you an exceptional education leader with:

  • the ambition to see deaf students achieve their very best
  • a values-based approach that puts the student’s best interests at the heart of your work
  • the skills, knowledge and innovation to help the Academy become a leader in deaf education
  • the passion, positivity and creativity that inspire both staff and students
  • the dedication and resilience to lead successful change

Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education is a non- maintained special school and specialist post-16 college with the vision to provide the very best education and care for young people who are deaf.

The Academy aims to provide nurturing education and care tailored to the individual needs of Deaf young people. The sense of belonging to an inspiring bilingual community transforms students as they develop language skills and journey towards independence and fulfilling their own potential.

The Academy will be moving to a new, purpose-built facility in the nearby seaside town of Exmouth in 2019. This represents the strong optimism we have for our future and our determination to improve the quality of the work that we do.

Reporting into the Executive Principal, we are looking to recruit a committed and ambitious Vice Principal, who is able to secure rapid improvement in the quality of education so that the Academy can be judged to be at least ‘good’ in any future Ofsted inspection.

We will offer:

  • The opportunity to join a committed team of professionals working together to secure high achievement for all our students
  • A unique chance to become part of an exciting development in Deaf Education and Care
  • Long-term career development within a forward thinking and innovative organisation
  • Sponsorship to achieve the Teacher of the Deaf qualification and BSL qualifications up to level 3
  • The chance to work in the heart of Devon, having close access to Dartmoor National Park and the South Devon coast

Previous experience of working with deaf young people or the ability to use British Sign Language is highly desirable but not essential, although if appointed you will be supported in gaining BSL level 3 and Teacher of the Deaf qualification.

If you share our vision and values then we would be very excited to hear from you. Visits to the Academy are most welcome.

To find out more information about this unique opportunity please e-mail: employment@exeterdeafacademy.ac.uk or visit the Academy’s website: exeterdeafacademy.ac.uk/recruitment

Closing date for applications: Monday 22 May, 9am

The Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young adults; as such an enhanced DBS disclosure is required. The Academy is committed to promoting diversity and inclusion for all its students and staff. Registered Charity No. 1124523.


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Teacher of the Deaf

Croydon Council

Tel: 0208 760 5783
Email: luisa.saddington@croydon.gov.uk
Web: i-grasp.com

MPS + SEN 1-2 (dependent on qualifications)
Full time (0.8 fte may be considered)

About Croydon

Croydon hasn’t seen expansion like we are currently experiencing since the 1960s. We’re already well underway with some £5bn of investment that will be completed over the next few years. New offices, new retail, and new homes will provide well-paid jobs and high-quality accommodation for our rapidly growing population.

Croydon is a naturally ambitious council - so we’re looking for inspirational leaders who share our passion for supporting business growth and responding to local needs.

Strong partnerships are the foundation for the future. That’s why we’re constantly looking forward. We need to find creative new ways of working together with other agencies and the private sector to deal with the financial challenges ahead.

Because with growth comes increased demand - but also huge opportunity.

Chances like this only come along once in a generation, and our task, and maybe yours, is to shape a positive future for Croydon’s residents and businesses alike.

Required from September 2017, a qualified, experienced and enthusiastic Teacher to join our well established team supporting children with hearing and visual impairment aged 0-25 across the borough. Successful experience of teaching within the primary or early years phases essential. This post is open to qualified teachers with QTS willing and able to undertake training for the mandatory qualification as a teacher of the deaf. We would expect this training to begin in September 2017. We also welcome applications from qualified and experienced teachers of the deaf.

Initially the post will be based within the Primary Hearing Centre at Kingsley Primary Academy.

You should be willing and able to travel throughout the borough; a car allowance is paid.

For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Luisa Saddington, Sensory Service Lead on Email: luisa.saddington@croydon.gov.uk or Tel: 0208 760 5783

To apply please visit: http://ig29.i-grasp.com/fe/tpl_croydon01.asp?newms=ap&id=142956&aid=19631

Closing date: 21st May 2017
Interviews will be held week beginning 22nd May 2017

Equalities and Safeguarding Statement

Croydon Council is an inclusive employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. We will be pleased to consider applications from candidates seeking flexible working arrangements.

As users of the disability confident scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the advertised role.

Croydon council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. The Successful candidate will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check.


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Advisory Teacher of the Deaf

Jubilee Primary School & Children's Centre

Lambeth
Tel: 020 3567 0601/2
Email: clee@jubilee.lambeth.sch.uk
Web: www.jubilee.lambeth.sch.uk

MPS/UPS + SEN 1 or 2 (dependent on experience)
Contract Type: Permanent
Contract Term: Full time
Start Date: ASAP or September 2017
Closing Date: Sunday 21 st May 2017

Interviews will be held on Wednesday 24 th May or Thursday 25 th May 2017 at Jubilee Primary School.

This is an amazing opportunity for an outstanding, well-qualified and dynamic specialist teacher who will be committed to meeting the needs of deaf and hearing impaired children and young people within the borough of Lambeth. Successful candidates will have the opportunity to work within our Hearing Support Service as part of our experienced peripatetic sensory support team.

You will have a caseload of deaf children and be required to provide support in homes, Nurseries and Schools. You will be passionate about teaching the deaf and raising standards and outcomes and work in partnership with families and other professionals. You will have the opportunity to work across a range of phases from EYFS to Secondary, however experience working within preschool and Early Years would be an advantage.

You will be able to demonstrate:

  • A qualification as a teacher of the deaf/Education Audiology
  • Have a BSL signing qualification L2 or equivalent
  • Proven ability to raise the outcomes of deaf children
  • A commitment to working in partnership with parents
  • High levels of professionalism able to act as a role model to others
  • A commitment to ongoing professional development
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with high levels of Emotional Intelligence
  • Be proficient in written English
  • Aware of recent changes to SEND legislation
  • Have enthusiasm and energy and above all a sense of humour!

For an informal discussion about the post please contact Vivette Johnson, Lambeth Sensory Support Service Team on 020 3567 0601/2 or email vjohnson12.208@lgflmail.org

To apply for this position please download the application form and supporting documentation from this website: http://www.jubilee.lambeth.sch.uk/ and send completed applications to clee@jubilee.lambeth.sch.uk

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Appointment to this post is subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring, background check and Childcare Disqualification Check.


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Senior Hearing Rehabilitationist

Cambridge University Hospitals

Tel: 01223 217038
Email: emmelinecentrereception@addenbrookes.nhs.uk
Web: cuh.healthjobsuk.com/select_sector

See your future with us...

Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) is one of the largest and best known hospitals in the country. The ‘local’ hospital for our community, CUH is also a leading national centre for specialist treatment: we are one of only five biomedical research centres in the UK and have a worldwide reputation as a university teaching hospital. Building on these different elements, CUH’s vision is to be one of the best academic healthcare organisations in the world.

Emmeline Centre
Senior Hearing Rehabilitationist
Hours: Full Time 37.5 hours per week/Part Time 24 hours per week
Contract Type: Permanent / Fixed Term (9 Months)
Band 8a: £40,428 - £48,514
Ref: 170847

In our rehabilitation team, we support deaf children and adults using a hearing implant. The post holder will manage a paediatric caseload, working on an outreach basis from our department in Cambridge.

The work involves:

  • Guiding a newly implanted child / young person to respond to electrical sound stimulation;
  • Training the new user / carers on the equipment and accessories for their new implant; and
  • Optimising communication potential through language enrichment, use of accessories and training of significant others;
  • On-site work [in Cambridge] with our team of audiological scientists;
  • The likely outreach area for the fixed term post is Hertfordshire.
  • The likely outreach area for the permanent post is Bedford City, Bedfordshire and Luton.

Applicants are likely to have a speech and language therapy or teacher of the deaf background.

About our team:

The Centre offers specialised assessment for auditory implantation, together with rehabilitation post implant. Our dominant activity is with cochlear implants; however our Centre also offers a range of other implants for varied deafness presentations. We are an innovative department, providing a comprehensive hearing implant service. You will join a highly motivated team, committed to providing a high quality service.

About you:

  • You have experience in managing children and/or adults with severe-profound hearing impairment in the health services or in educational settings
  • You have experience of working with children with cochlear implants
  • You are adaptable to learn new systems
  • You are able to keep electronic records, and work via computers for a large portion of your work

There is a Full-Time Permanent position, 37.5 Hours per week and a Fixed Term Part Time position, 24 Hours per week available for this vacancy. Please state on your application which position you wish to apply for.

You will be required to complete an enhanced disclosure and barring application.

For an informal discussion or to arrange a visit please contact Frances Harris, Lead Rehabilitationist on 01223 217589 or email emmelinecentrereception@addenbrookes.nhs.uk with subject line FAO Frances Harris Job enquiry

Closing Date: Sunday 21st May 2017
Interview Date: 8th June 2017

To apply, please visit our website below or call Recruitment on 01223 217038 or 01223 217515 (answerphone), quoting reference 170847

http://cuh.healthjobsuk.com/select_sector


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Teacher of the Deaf
Leeds City Council

Leeds City Council

Leeds City Council, Sensory Service, Deaf and Hearing Impaired Team
Tel: 0113 3786667
Web: jobs.leeds.gov.uk

Salary details: MPS/UPS - £22,467 to £38,250 +1 or 2 SEN (pro-rata)
Employer: Leeds City Council
Contract Type: Permanent Appointment
Hours per Week: 32.5
Closing date: 19 May 2017

Teacher of the Deaf Required from September 2017

Join us to change the lives of deaf and hearing impaired children and young people across Leeds.

The Sensory Service is seeking to recruit a Teacher of the Deaf to work with a peripatetic caseload within our Deaf and Hearing Impaired Team. The role will involve working with a full range of deaf children and young people.

We are committed to improving outcomes for deaf and hearing impaired children through working with families, children, schools, nurseries and a range of other professionals. We promote inclusion by supporting children’s full and active involvement in all aspects learning and development.

You will raise the educational achievement of deaf and hearing impaired children by providing assessments, advice, training and direct teaching to the children and those who work with them. You will do this in collaboration with the support from a highly skilled and enthusiastic team of specialists.

Applications are invited from qualified Teachers of the Deaf as well as other qualified teachers willing to undertake the necessary mandatory training.

If you wish to discuss the post informally please contact Paddy Kidd on 0113 3786667 or 07712216020

Please note: the closing date for this post is 19 May at 12 noon

To apply for this post please visit the Leeds City Council’s job site https://jobs.leeds.gov.uk/teaching-other-children-families-teacher-of-the-deaf/23369.job We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. We promote diversity and want a workforce that reflects the population of Leeds.

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check will be carried out on preferred candidates.


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Teacher of the Deaf
Tanners Brook Primary School

Tanners Brook Primary School

Southampton
Email: info@portswoodpri.org.uk
Web: www.portswoodtrust.org.uk

Tanners Brook Primary School, part of Portswood Primary Academy Trust, has a specialist Hearing Impaired Unit for Primary children from across the Southampton area. The Unit works in partnership with the Local Authority to support hearing impaired children.

We currently have 10 children in the Unit and are seeking a specialist teacher to contribute to the education of these children.

You will should be a qualified teacher, have BSL and a post graduate qualification in specialist teaching for the Hearing Impaired.

We will offer you excellent support from our teaching assistants in the Unit and access to continued professional development across the Academy Trust.

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment.

Salary is by negotiation and a SEN allowance will be paid. This post is until 31 August 2018 (in the first instance).

An application form and job description are available on the Academy Trust’s website (www.portswoodtrust.org.uk).

Please email completed application forms to info@portswoodpri.org.uk by Friday 19 May 2017 (12 noon).


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Teacher of the Deaf

Park View Junior School

Hampshire
Tel: 01256 322616
Email: adminoffice@parkview-jun.hants.sch.uk
Web: www.parkview-jun.hants.sch.uk

  • Closing Date: Friday 19 May 2017 (Noon)
  • Job Start Date: Monday 4 th September
  • Contract/Hours: Permanent, Full-time
  • Key Stage: KS1/KS2
  • Salary Type: MPR / UPR
  • Allowance Type: SEN
  • Salary Details: Pay to be negotiated based on experience
  • Hours of Work: Full Time
  • Location of Role: Park View Junior School
  • Contact e-mail address: adminoffice@parkview-jun.hants.sch.uk

Job/Person Summary

At Park View Junior School, we are proud of our nurturing, inclusive ethos. We strive to ensure all children succeed and have a 'whatever it takes' attitude to achieve this.

Our Oftsed report, March 2017, says:

"Relationships between teachers and pupils are excellent and, as a result, pupils work hard, are willing to take risks and want to do well."

"All pupils feel valued, and equality of opportunity is clearly within the culture of the school."

"Pupils are clearly proud of their school and wish to share their experiences with other people. One pupil said, 'School is awesome; we love to learn and it is fun'."

We are excited to be looking for an enthusiastic Teacher of the Deaf to support pupils within the school's Resourced Provision for Deaf children.

We have a designated resource base for up to 3 pupils with a hearing impairment. Support will be both within the mainstream setting and on a 1:1 or small group basis in accordance with each child's individual needs and you will lead and manage our Communication Support Assistants/Workers on a day to day basis. We have an open and inclusive ethos where the HI pupils are fully included in all aspects of school life and are proud to belong to our school.

A positive attitude, flexibility and adaptability are essential for this post.

We would like a teacher to join us who is/will have...

  • A qualification in the teaching of hearing impaired pupils or a range of SEN experience and a commitment to undertaking an appropriate qualification
  • A proven track record of engaging successfully with parents and children
  • Committed to developing a creative and purposeful curriculum, differentiated to meet the needs of the individual pupils
  • Up to date working knowledge of the SEND code of practice
  • Enthusiastic, creative, passionate with excellent communication skills

The school will consider applications from candidates with a proven track record of good to outstanding teaching who either:

  • Already hold a Teacher of the Deaf qualification
  • Have commenced training towards qualification.
  • Are able to demonstrate a commitment to working in this field and undertaking the required professional development and qualification route.

Application Procedure

To arrange a visit, please email Hannah Palmer at adminoffice@parkview-jun.hants.sch.uk or call 01256 322616.

More information about our school can be found on our website at www.parkview-jun.hants.sch.uk


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Teacher of the Deaf
Roding Primary School

Roding Primary School

Roding Lane North, Woodford Green, Essex IG8 8NP
Tel: 0208 504 3706
Email: admin.roding@redbridge.gov.uk
Web: www.rodingprimary.co.uk

Required for September 2017

MPS + 1 or 2 SEN points depending on experience and qualifications

Teacher of the Deaf for the in-school Provision.

Full time or part time considered.

This is an exciting opportunity for a suitably qualified and experienced teacher to join our large and ever growing provision. We are currently supporting over 40 children, who are spread across the entire early years and primary age range. Children are taught according to their individual communication need, but predominantly a total communication approach is provided. You will be working alongside our own full time SALT, CSW and a large team of specialist T.A.s. Signing skills or a willingness to train, would be a requirement.

An experienced Teacher of the Deaf would be our ideal candidate; however, applications are also invited from teachers with experience of Special Needs. In that case, the successful applicant would be expected to undergo training to gain the Teacher of the Deaf qualification.

You are warmly invited to visit our school and find out more about this post. To arrange a visit, please telephone June Tarling on 020 8504 3706.

To apply for this post, please see our school website www.rodingprimary.co.uk where you can download the job pack and email your completed application form to us at admin.roding@redbridge.gov.uk. Alternatively you can either email us for a pack or ring us on 0208 504 3706.

Closing date for applications: Midday on Friday 19th May 2017.
Interviews will be held on Tuesday 23rd May 2017

Roding Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. References will be taken up prior to interview and the post is subject to a successful DBS check.


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Teacher of Deaf Children

Heathlands School

Heathlands Drive, St Albans AL3 5AY
Tel: 01727 807807
Email: head@heathlands.herts.sch.uk

Required for September 2017

Temporary post for the 2017/18 school year.

(It is possible this post will become permanent)

Salary Range: MPS/UPS, fringe allowance and SEN points dependant on qualifications

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the staff of this vibrant, high achieving local authority special school for deaf children aged 3-16. We are looking for an enthusiastic, flexible and committed teacher to join a well-established team. The successful candidate will be based mainly in lower school though the flexibility to undertake some work with older children would be an advantage

Qualified teachers of the deaf or those with such aspirations are invited to apply. Knowledge of British Sign Language or a commitment to work towards minimum BSL 3 is essential. Benefits include, laptops for all teachers, extensive staff development programmes including the opportunity for in house sign language training and qualification as a teacher of deaf children.

Heathlands is committed to safeguarding pupils and this post will require an enhanced DBS check.

Application forms to be returned to:

The Head Teacher, Heathlands School, Heathlands Drive, St Albans AL3 5AY.

Email: head@heathlands.herts.sch.uk For an informal discussion phone 01727 807807 to speak to the Head Teacher.

Closing date: Thursday 18 May 2017 at 12 noon.


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Teacher of Science
Royal School for the Deaf Derby

Royal School for the Deaf Derby

Ashbourne Road, Derby DE22 3BH
Tel: 01332 547664
Email: helen.radford@rsdd.org.uk

MPS + SEN + ToD | Part Time (0.3 FTE) | September 2017

Royal School for the Deaf Derby is a unique provider of day and residential placements for deaf children and young people aged 3 - 19 where all pupils are challenged to achieve their best through excellent teaching, a comprehensive curriculum and a wide variety of experiences.

We are looking for a subject specialist in Science to join our Secondary Department. You will be a good to outstanding practitioner with the ability to deliver creative and innovative lessons and experienced in differentiating teaching and learning to meet the needs of a varied population of learners.

Teaching and learning takes place in small classes supported by highly specialist speech and language therapy, audiology, a co-ordinator of complex special educational needs and skilled education assistants. Applications from Newly Qualified Teachers are welcome. The successful applicant will benefit from a personalised CPD plan including British Sign Language and the opportunity to achieve an MA including teacher of the Deaf status.

This role is a Regulated Activity and the appointment is subject to safeguarding in recruitment checks including an enhanced criminal record disclosure.

Closing date for applications: 18 May 2017
Interviews: Week commencing: 22 May 2017

For further job details and application documents or to arrange an informal visit, please contact Helen Radford, Human Resources Business Partner at Royal School for the Deaf Derby Ashbourne Road, Derby DE22 3BH Voice: 01332 547664 SMS 07500 878569 Email: helen.radford@rsdd.org.uk


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Specialist Teacher - Hearing Support
Buckinghamshire Learning Trust

Buckinghamshire Learning Trust

SEN and Inclusion
Tel: 07738 024082
Email: recruitment@learningtrust.net

Location: Buckinghamshire
Salary: £22,023-£32,187 (according to experience) plus £3218.50 SEN Allowance per annum
Job Type: Permanent, part-time 0.8 fte

Commencing 1 st September, 2017

We wish to appoint an enthusiastic and committed part-time teacher for the Hearing Support team to join our team of specialist teachers of the deaf, working throughout Buckinghamshire to support children and young people in early years, mainstream and special schools. The post is part-time at 0.8fte.

As part of the Specialist teaching service you will play an important role in promoting the inclusion of pupils with a Hearing Impairment across the county.

Applicants should be qualified teachers of the Deaf or be willing to undertake the 2 year Teacher of the deaf course, funded by the service, to gain the qualification.

The role is peripatetic and requires a current driving licence and access to a vehicle. Travel expenses will be paid.

Buckinghamshire Learning Trust is a Charitable Trust working with the Local Authority and education providers to support continuous improvement. In August 2013 more than 300 staff transferred from the Local Authority to the new Trust which now delivers a range of services to support leadership, management and improved outcomes for children and young people as well as schools and early years’ settings across Buckinghamshire and beyond.

For more information or an informal discussion about the role, please contact or Julie Rowland, Head of Sensory and Physical tel. 07738 024082 or Anne-Marie Elkington, Deputy Lead Practitioner for Sensory and Physical tel.07738 024058

If you are interested, please contact recruitment@learningtrust.net for more information and to obtain an application form.

Closing date: Midnight Thursday 18 th May
Interviews: Wednesday 24 th May

Buckinghamshire Learning Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and continuously improving the educational experience for each and every student in Buckinghamshire and expects all staff to share this commitment.


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Teacher of Humanities (Religious Education)
Royal School for the Deaf Derby

Royal School for the Deaf Derby

Ashbourne Road, Derby DE22 3BH
Tel: 01332 547664
Email: helen.radford@rsdd.org.uk

MPS + SEN + ToD | Part Time (0.2 FTE) | September 2017

Royal School for the Deaf Derby is a unique provider of day and residential placements for deaf children and young people aged 3 - 19 where all pupils are challenged to achieve their best through excellent teaching, a comprehensive curriculum and a wide variety of experiences.

We are looking for a subject specialist in Religious Education to join our Secondary Department. You will be a good to outstanding practitioner with the ability to deliver creative and innovative lessons and experienced in differentiating teaching and learning to meet the needs of a varied population of learners.

Teaching and learning takes place in small classes supported by highly specialist speech and language therapy, audiology, a co-ordinator of complex special educational needs and skilled education assistants.

Applications from Newly Qualified Teachers are welcome. The successful applicant will benefit from a personalised CPD plan including British Sign Language and the opportunity to achieve an MA including teacher of the Deaf status.

This role is a Regulated Activity and the appointment is subject to safeguarding in recruitment checks including an enhanced criminal record disclosure.

Closing date for applications: 18 May 2017
Interviews: Week commencing: 22 May 2017

For further job details and application documents or to arrange an informal visit, please contact Helen Radford, Human Resources Business Partner at Royal School for the Deaf Derby Ashbourne Road, Derby DE22 3BH Voice: 01332 547664 SMS 07500 878569 Email: helen.radford@rsdd.org.uk


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Teacher of Computing
Royal School for the Deaf Derby

Royal School for the Deaf Derby

Ashbourne Road, Derby DE22 3BH
Tel: 01332 547664
Email: helen.radford@rsdd.org.uk

MPS + SEN + ToD | Part Time (0.7 FTE) | September 2017

Royal School for the Deaf Derby is a unique provider of day and residential placements for deaf children and young people aged 3 - 19 where all pupils are challenged to achieve their best through excellent teaching, a comprehensive curriculum and a wide variety of experiences.

We are looking for a subject specialist in Computing to join our Secondary Department. You will be a good to outstanding practitioner with the ability to deliver creative and innovative lessons and experienced in differentiating teaching and learning to meet the needs of a varied population of learners.

Teaching and learning takes place in small classes supported by highly specialist speech and language therapy, audiology, a co-ordinator of complex special educational needs and skilled education assistants.

Applications from Newly Qualified Teachers are welcome. The successful applicant will benefit from a personalised CPD plan including British Sign Language and the opportunity to achieve an MA including teacher of the Deaf status.

This role is a Regulated Activity and the appointment is subject to safeguarding in recruitment checks including an enhanced criminal record disclosure.

Closing date for applications: 18 May 2017
Interviews: Week commencing: 22 May 2017

For further job details and application documents or to arrange an informal visit, please contact Helen Radford, Human Resources Business Partner at Royal School for the Deaf Derby


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Teacher of the Deaf
Culloden Primary

Culloden Primary

Tel: 020 7364 1010
Web: www.cullodenacademy.org

Teacher of the Deaf to join a team of specialist staff in a Primary Deaf Support Base.

The salary range is £27,543 - £37,118 + SEND point for a teacher who holds the mandatory qualification (we would also consider a Teacher who is not a qualified Teacher of the Deaf, but who is willing to acquire the mandatory qualification).

Full time, permanent

An opportunity has arisen for a teacher of the deaf to join the Deaf Support Base team at Culloden Primary A Paradigm Academy. The successful applicant will report to the Deaf Support Base manager. At Culloden Primary Academy, Deaf Support Base pupils with a range of hearing losses develop effective communication skills and achieve good academic outcomes. We have a total communication policy and aim to include pupils in all aspects of the curriculum and the life of the school. This will be a demanding, varied, highly challenging and rewarding role that will provide an excellent career opportunity for an exceptional individual.

The successful applicant will:

  • have a sound understanding of the impact of hearing impairment on learning and how to plan and differentiate to account for this;
  • have a commitment to collaborative working;
  • have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and
  • promote effective, inclusive education for deaf pupils.

All applicants must have due regard for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and to follow the child protection procedures adopted by the school and the Trust.

Applications are invited from those who feel they have the relevant skills, experience, drive and ambition. An application form, job description and person specification can be obtained from www.paradigmtrust.org/careers.

If you would like to meet or have a conversation with the Principal or the Deaf Support Base manager about the role, this can be arranged by contacting them directly on 020 7364 1010.

Closing date for applications: 9am, Wednesday 17 th May 2017
Lesson observation and Interview date: 9am, Wednesday 24 th May 2017


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1.0 or 0.8 F.T.E. Peripatetic Teacher for the Deaf
Hammersmith and Fulham and The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Bi-Borough Sensory and Language Impairment Team

Hammersmith and Fulham and The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Bi-Borough Sensory and Language Impairment Team

Tel: 0208 811 8190
Web: jobs.westminster.gov.uk

MPG /UPS plus1SEN TLR 2b inclusive of Inner London Allowance - depending on qualifications

To start 1st September 2017
A job share will be considered

We are innovative and continually supporting the aspirations or our learning community to achieve independence in adulthood. The Sensory and Language Impairment Team is part of a high performing dynamic multi-professional service. At the heart of our delivery is excellence, with a commitment and determination to ensure all children and young people are sensitively enabled to reach their full potential in preparation for adulthood.

The service is placed within a large group of specialists including peripatetic teachers for Hearing, Dyslexia, Autism, and Visual Impairment. Portage, Multi-Sensory Impairment, and media resources are some of the other services that we deliver.

If you wish to discuss any of these posts further contact Gabrielle Nyman, Alison Leao or Andrea Ferris on Tel: 0208 811 8190.

Closing Date: 17 th May 2017 Interviews will be held during the week of 22 nd May 2017

To apply for this role please visit our website:

https://jobs.westminster.gov.uk/vacancy/peripatetic-teacher-for-pupils-with-a-hearing-impairment-313405.html


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BSL Level 6 Communication Support Worker
Suffolk County Council

Suffolk County Council

Tel: 0345 601 4412
Web: www.suffolkjobsdirect.org

BSL Level 6 Communication Support Worker
£19,430 - £24,964 pro rata
Ref: SCC00814
30 hpw

You will be based at Bungay High School with occasional travel to the SCC Riverside building.

The Children and Young People's Sensory and Communication Service provides countywide services to children and young people with a sensory impairment or communication need.

An exciting opportunity has arisen within the service to recruit a Communication Support Worker who holds the Level 6 qualification in British Sign Language (BSL) to support an able deaf learner who is a full BSL user in a mainstream secondary school in the north of the county. This is a 39 week per year term time only post. Although this role is mainly based in one setting there must be a willingness to undertake some travel as required according to the learners needs. You will co-work with a BSL / English interpreter colleague and receive mentoring and some training.

There will be an opportunity to gain the qualification in BSL / English interpreting. You must have a flexible approach and work across the service if this is required any time.

For an informal discussion please contact Sheila Hackett, Education Consultant for Hearing Impaired Children and Young People on 07894 599110.

Apply online at www.suffolkjobsdirect.org or call 0345 601 4412 quoting the job ref.

Closing date: 1pm, 14 May 2017.
Warner and panel interview: 22 May 2017.

Interviews will be held at the Riverside office, Lowestoft, Suffolk. This authority is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. DBS checks required for relevant posts. Suffolk County Council - welcoming diversity.


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BSL / English Interpreter
Suffolk County Council

Suffolk County Council

Tel: 0345 601 4412
Web: www.suffolkjobsdirect.org

apply online’ button. https://www.suffolkjobsdirect.org/lecturers-tutors-assessors-learner-support-children-young-people-bsl-english-interpreter/44777.job

£24,174 - £31,601 pro rata
Ref: SCC00813
30 hpw. Term time only (39 weeks per year).

You will be based at Bungay High School with occasional travel to the SCC Riverside building.

The CYP Sensory and Communication Service provides countywide services to children and young people with a sensory impairment or communication need. An exciting opportunity has arisen within the service to recruit a qualified British Sign Language (BSL) / English Interpreter to support an able deaf learner who is a full BSL user in a mainstream secondary school in the north of the county. You must be registered with the NRCDP. Although this role is mainly based in 1 setting there must be a willingness to undertake some travel as required according to the learners needs. You will co-work with a BSL Level 6 qualified colleague and provide mentoring and training.

You must have a flexible approach and work across the service if this is required at any time. For an informal discussion please contact Sheila Hackett, Education Consultant for Hearing Impaired Children and Young People on 07894 599110.

Apply online at https://www.suffolkjobsdirect.org or call 0345 601 4412 quoting the job ref.

Closing date: 1pm, 14 May 2017.
Warner and panel interview: 22 May 2017.

Interviews will be held at the Riverside office, Lowestoft, Suffolk. This authority is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. DBS checks required for relevant posts. Suffolk County Council - welcoming diversity


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Specialist Teachers for Hearing Impaired (2 posts)
Suffolk County Council

Suffolk County Council

Tel: 0345 601 4412
Web: www.suffolkjobsdirect.org

UPR plus SEN allowance
Ref: SCC01106

Post 1: Based at Bungay High School, Suffolk. This is a new teacher of the deaf role hosted by a school with a strong inclusion philosophy. Your daily base will be at the school however there will be occasional travel to the Riverside SCC building in Lowestoft.

Post 2: This is a countywide post. The corporate base to be negotiated dependent on home location.

You will be employed by the local authority and be part of the CYP Sensory and Communication Service. The service provides education and social care services to children and young people with a sensory impairment or communication need across Suffolk. It consists of a multi- disciplinary team that includes education consultants, teachers, social workers, and a variety of support staff. The team provides specialist support from 0-25 years of age for children and young people with hearing, visual or multi-sensory impairments as well as those with speech and language difficulties.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for qualified teachers of the deaf to support deaf and hearing impaired learners in Suffolk. Qualified teachers who are deemed to have the relevant experience and skills and who are prepared to undertake the necessary training may be considered. This is a varied role and you could be providing support and advice across the key stages to children and young people with significant hearing loss as well as monitor the effectiveness of the provision made by schools including those with a Statement of Special Educational Needs / EHC plan plus provide specialist teaching advice to both specialist and mainstream schools.

You will develop fully inclusive approaches for deaf children and young people and you may manage some staff that could include: a BSL/English Interpreter, communication support staff, and Sensory Support Practitioners. You will monitor individual deaf learner progress in-line with school based systems, conduct relevant language assessments and you could take a lead role in training.

If you would like any further information and an informal discussion, please contact Sheila Hackett, Education Consultant for Hearing Impaired Children and Young People on 07894 599110 or Sara Brierton, Education Consultant for Hearing Impaired Children and Young People on 07912 596976.

Apply online at www.suffolkjobsdirect.org or call 0345 601 4412 quoting the job ref.

Closing date: 1pm, 14 May 2017.
Warner interview date: 23 May 2017.
Interview date: 23 May 2017.

Appointments will be made allowing notice by 26 May 2017 in order to start the appointment September 2017.

This authority is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. DBS checks required for relevant posts. Suffolk County Council - welcoming diversity.


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Teacher of the Deaf

London Borough of Bromley

The Deaf Centre at Darrick Wood Senior School, Sensory Support Service, Lovibonds Avenue, Orpington, BR6 8ER
Tel: 01689 880 375
Email: s.banks@darrickwood.bromley.sch.uk
Web: recruitment.bromley.gov.uk

Required for September 2017

Employer:London Borough of Bromley
Salary:MPS + 2 SEN or MPS + 1 SEN and commitment to a two year part-time ToD Training Course
Location:The Deaf Centre at Darrick Wood Senior School, Sensory Support Service, Lovibonds Avenue, Orpington, BR6 8ER
Job Type:Full Time Permanent/ Part Time will be considered
Vacancy Group:Teaching
Closing Date:Thursday, 11 th May 2017
Interview Date:Monday, 22 nd May 2017

We are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic, creative Teacher of the Deaf (or Trainee Teacher of the Deaf) to join our Sensory Support Service; Secondary Base Team at Darrick Wood Senior School.

For an informal chat, please contact:

Sarah Banks, Head of Secondary Base for HI
Tel. no.: Mobile: 07739 338 695
Office: 01689 880 375
Email: s.banks@darrickwood.bromley.sch.uk

This Authority is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Equal Opportunities Statement
We are committed to achieving equal opportunities in employment and service delivery.

To apply please complete the online application form once registered with the Bromley Job site.

Disqualification by Association
The post that you are applying for has been identified as being covered by these regulations and I would therefore ask that you complete the declaration form attached to this vacancy and upload it as an attachment to your application before submitting it.

Equal Opportunities Statement
We are committed to achieving equal opportunities in employment and service delivery.

We offer a generous package including competitive pay, final salary pension scheme, flexible working practices and the Bromley REAL benefits scheme; Childcare Vouchers, Cycle2Work and a wide range of unique discounts.


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