Franklin Sixth Form College is a thriving, successful sixth form college serving North East Lincolnshire and the surrounding rural and coastal area, with around 1,600 full-time 16-18 and 700 part-time adult students. We are a vibrant college and we work hard to make this a supportive and friendly place to study, with every student treated as an individual. We are an inclusive college with an excellent local reputation, and a firm belief in the value of effective partnerships that support student progress and success. The College has a strong focus on teaching, learning and assessment. Our core objective is to maintain our position as a high-achieving and inclusive sixth form college which inspires, supports and motivates our students to achieve their full potential.
We are seeking to appoint a skilled and dynamic individual to join our team of staff to support a student who has specific medical needs with their learning and additional support needs. You will proactively support teaching and learning, both in and out of the classroom including supporting learning with the student and generally under the supervision of the teacher. You will also ensure that all students, including those with potential additional support needs, are given the opportunities they need to reach and exceed their potential. You will provide specialist healthcare support to the student (tracheostomy care).
The role is a fixed term position until 31 August 2018 (term-time only, 195 days per annum, 31.25 hours per week).
You may already have experience of working with young people within an educational setting, or you may be looking to develop your career and believe that you have the skills and personal attributes needed to support learning within a busy and diverse college environment. Above all, you will have an interest in helping young people to achieve and progress to the next stage in their lives.
The closing date for completed applications is Thursday 20 July 2017. Interviews will be held Thursday 27 July 2017.