Education Off-Site (EOS) -Associate Teacher
Monday-Friday 8.00am-4.00pm (Term-Time only, 39 weeks)
Salary-£22,000 per annum-actual salary
To start as soon as possible
We require a dynamic, motivated, pro-active and well-organised individual who has the ability and skills to successfully work as part of our EOS team (Education Off-Site).
You will be supporting students with their academic, and social development. This role is demanding and challenging, but very rewarding. All of our learners have EHCP’s and as a school we are proud to promote the development of life skills and social development as equal to academic achievement. West Heath School works towards the end goal of helping students re-integrate into mainstream learning and preparation for adulthood. Applicants must be prepared to work at varies external locations and occasionally at school when required to attend offsite provisions such as, therapeutic farms/colleges.
• Full driving licence and use of own vehicle
• Experience of working in schools (preferably SEMH)
• Experience of delivering lessons
• GCSE English and Maths C or above/or equivalent
• Fresh ideas and a good insight into how to support students learning offsite
• Ready to learn new skills
• Willing to learn teaching strategies and techniques
• Proactive, creative and innovative
• Emotionally robust and resilient
• Flexible, engaging and adaptable
• Free lunch and refreshments as well as free parking onsite
• Regular mentoring and coaching
• Regular training from internal and external experts
• Career progression opportunities
• Pension scheme
• Discounted venue hire for parties/weddings
Closing Date – Wednesday 23rd October at 3.30pm
Interviews will be held w/c 28th October
Application Form, Job Descriptions and further details are on our website www.westheathschool.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Please note that we reserve the right to close the advert earlier than the advertised closing date should we find a suitable candidate.
Working at West Heath School involves close and unsupervised contact with vulnerable groups including children and as such is a regulated activity. The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Applicants must be willing to undergo safeguarding screening appropriate to the post (including an Enhanced DBS check).