New City College is the dynamic group of further education colleges in East London which comprises Tower Hamlets College, Hackney Community College and Redbridge College. All colleges in the group are graded Good by Ofsted, and our 3-college merger places the group at the forefront of further education in the region. With a turnover of £67m, 20,000 students and 1000 staff it is one of the strongest and most influential further education organisations in the country.
Our college environment is second to none. We have industry standard facilities and equipment at all campuses, expert staff and partnerships with other high profile organisations which all prepare students for progression to higher education or successful careers.
East London is dynamic, innovative and entrepreneurial. As we develop our longer term vision, we will continue to ensure that we invest in our staff and other resources to provide a distinctive offer and excellent, supportive learning environment which meets the needs of students and employers and prepares local people for the changing workforce of the area.
Since September 2014 the college has been offering a full-time programme for students at KS4 who have recently arrived to the UK. All student’s access differentiated KS4 subjects with a large ESOL input and they require support and supervision in class and also at lunch times and break times.
In May 2016, the college expanded its 14-16 provision to include vulnerable and disengaged students who are at risk of exclusion from their mainstream school.
Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO)
Upto £39,566 per annum
We are looking for an enthusiastic and talented individual to join our team. You will help achieve the highest possible standards and outcomes for the pupils in the 14-16 and SEND/EBD at all levels in our vibrant College. Your role will oversee the day to day operation of the SEND/EBD policy with the aim of raising pupil achievement.
This is a new, exciting and challenging role, for which you’ll need experience of teaching, including evidence of involvement in the raising of achievement of challenging students or students with additional support needs (SEND or EBD). Experience of developing and delivering programmes for students with SEND/EBD. You should also have qualified teacher status and a Special Educational Needs qualification or relevant experience in the area of challenging behaviour.
Experience of working in a school setting or alternative provision setting with pre-16s would also be advantageous.
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Closing date: Monday 24th July @ 12pm
Interviews will take place week commencing 21st August 2017
To apply for this vacancy and for further information please visit our website: https://www.tower.ac.uk/work-for-us or contact Human Resources on 020 7510 7712. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.