The role will entail working within a team to support a group of fantastic students (presently aged 17-22) with SEND, both in the college and workplace setting, and play a role in developing our new provision. We welcome candidates with the suitable experience, motivation and commitment to apply for the role.
The ideal candidate will be passionate about working with young people with learning difficulties and have a commitment to:
- Support individuals to overcome barriers to employment
-Work with students with additional needs supporting employment focused programmes.
-Support students to undertake job search activities and build confidence, tailoring this support to the individual on a 1-to-1 basis as well as through group activity
-Support students to develop the skills to be independent.
At Creating Tomorrow we:
-Provide a nurturing, safe and supportive environment based on trusting relationships to:
-Help everyone to understand and manage their emotions and feelings
-Help everyone to feel comfortable in sharing any concerns or worries
-Help everyone to form and maintain relationships
-Develop self-esteem and self-worth
-Encourage everyone to be confident and celebrate their individuality
-Help students to develop emotional resilience and to manage setbacks
-Provide a structured approach to education about relationships, sex and health
-Support parents as partners in their child’s learning and development.
Creating Tomorrow Multi Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding young people, promoting the welfare of all students, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Enhanced clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service will be undertaken for the successful candidates.