Together Trust
Openshaw, Greater Manchester (On-site)
£38,835 - £43,570 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description


Term Time Only (43 weeks) & 37.5 hours per week


£38,835.00 - £43,570.00 per annum



Bridge College is the first step to an independent, happy adult life for our learners.

Based in Manchester, we offer specialist education for students aged 16 to 25 with learning difficulties, disabilities, complex health needs and autism. Every day we provide personalised support, tailored learning and hands-on life skills to give young people the confidence to exceed their aspirations.

Come and be amazed at what you can achieve as part of our team.

About you

We’re looking for an enthusiastic, positive and driven team lead for our SALT team.

  • Recognised professional qualification
  • Registered member of RCSLT and HCPC
  • Qualification in clinical education for undergraduate SALT students
  • Post basic dysphagia qualification
  • Experience of working with adults with learning disabilities and autism

The post holder will be responsible for development of the SALT service to ensure a high standard of communication assessment and intervention to students at Bridge College and other individuals accessing the service. The post holder will provide assessment, intervention and monitoring for students with learning disabilities and autism spectrum conditions and will support other members of the SALT team to effectively manage their caseloads. The post holder also will have a lead role in the management of dysphagia across the college.

They will work in close collaboration with parents and other professionals within and outside the college. Safeguarding children and vulnerable people is a priority for all employees.

If you think you might have the relevant skills and experience we’re looking for, please get in touch.

Posted on: 07 June 2022
Closed date: 05 July 2022 at 23:59
Job ref: HREX133844
Tags: Practitioner