Are you passionate about helping to build strong communities where every child is supported to succeed?
If so, Right to Succeed are looking for a passionate and talented Cross-school SENCo Advisor to work strategically in a consultancy capacity across 6-8 schools in Birkenhead as part of the Cradle to Career programme.
Right to Succeed is a fast-growing national charity, working to deliver place-based and educational change in the most disadvantaged communities. Together, alongside their local and national partners, Right to Succeed delivers coordinated, impactful programmes aimed at improving outcomes for vulnerable children and young people, their families and wider communities.
The post is a charity funded post as part of the North Birkenhead Cradle to Career programme. It is offered full-time until August 2023.
For the right candidate, we are pleased to be able to negotiate these parameters, including a payscale that reflects experience and the opportunity to be part-time and/or seconded.
The person will be responsible for helping to enhance the processes around identifying and supporting pupils with SEN across the primary and secondary schools involved in the Cradle to Career programme.
This is an exciting opportunity to provide high quality guidance and consultancy support to local schools that will improve early identification and intervention outcomes for children and young people. We are looking for an experienced person with a proven track record in improving in-school provision for children with a variety of SEND needs, who is seeking an opportunity to develop their skills and expertise by working across a range of primary and secondary schools.
The successful candidate will have considerable experience working to improve outcomes for pupils with SEND needs.
They will be a qualified SENCo and/or hold a specialist qualification and experience in specific areas of special needs support such as Speech and Language or SpLD. They will have experience working in senior leadership and an ability to implement creative, innovative and tailored packages of support around specific needs. They will have an in-depth knowledge of the challenges faced by schools working in areas of disadvantage and be able to provide context-specific guidance, support and training at a senior level.
To apply for this role, please submit your CV and a supporting statement detailing how you meet the requirements of the person specification via CharityJob.