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Specialist Assessor/Lecturer - Exam Access Arrangements

HCUCHillingdon

Based within our Learning Support team, you will be responsible for the screening, assessment and access arrangements for learners.  You will plan, develop, manage, and monitor the overall process of screening, referrals to educational psychologists, Disabled Student Allowance (DSA) applications and Needs Assessments.  You will produce reports of assessments to support students’ application for special arrangements in examinations, and liaise extensively with schools, parents and the College’s Exams department.  You may also teach up to 6 hours per week.  

You should be qualified to degree level and possess a relevant specialist dyslexia qualification (e.g. OCR L7 Diploma in SPLD, PG Dip ADDS or MA SPLD) or will be willing to undertake this qualification, together with an advanced level teaching qualification or be willing to undertake this.  You should have experience of teaching or supporting learners  with specific learning difficulties and preferably experience of assessing and supporting students with SPLD (Dyslexia).   You will need strong administrative and organisational skills, the ability to meet deadlines and have excellent communication and interpersonal skills.


The College has recently introduced a Working from Home policy. You may be able to work a proportion of your work time from home. Working from Home may be possible where this does not adversely impact on the operational needs of the College.

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