The salary for this position is Teachers’ Main Pay Scale (fringe): £26,948 - £38,174 per annum or Upper Pay Scale: £39,864 - £42,780. Both are + 1 or 2 SEN points dependent on whether you hold the Mandatory Qualification for Teachers of Children and Young People with Hearing Impairment (MQVI) and/or Mandatory Qualification for Teachers of Children and Young People with Multisensory Impairment (MQMSI).
This is a part-time position at 4 days per week (26 hours) with an anticipated start date of 4th January 2022 (or earlier).
We, Physical and Sensory Support (PSS) with Surrey County Council, are looking to recruit to the role of Advisory Teacher for Hearing Impairment (ATHI) to work on 4 days.
We are a body of professionals within Education and Lifelong Learning under the Vulnerable Learners team within the directorate for Children, Families and Lifelong Learning.
We work with children and students from 0-25 (and beyond) with physical disability (PD) and/or sensory impairment (SI) i.e. multisensory impairment (MSI), hearing impairment (HI), vision impairment (VI) and/or who use assistive technology (AT) and devices for augmentative and alternative communication (AAC).
We are made up of Specialist Teachers, Specialist Teaching Assistants, a Specialist Speech and Language Therapist for AAC, a Deaf Instructor, Student Support Workers, a Specialist HI Technician for audiology, an Audiologist in education, a Specialist VI Technician, BSL Interpreters and an Administration team underpinning the work we do.
Our Goal and Purpose
Our work on behalf of Surrey County Council and directed at children and students with PD and/or SI and/or who use AT/AAC is to facilitate this vulnerable cohort’s full inclusion and participation in all learning experiences (evidenced by improved progress and attainment) so that they become socially skilled, emotionally resilient and active members of their communities.
More about the role
As an ATHI, you will be working as part of PSS (Home and School, 0 to 18 years). You will be a key member of this multi-professional team, delivering a service, centred on the Deaf Curriculum, to children/students with HI (from mild to profound and across the range of ability), their families, and their education settings.
To be considered for short-listing, your application, in the first instance, will need to evidence your recent experience of working as a teacher in an educational setting or as a centrally employed teacher for a local authority. You will also be able to evidence:
- QTS (qualified teacher status) or QTLS (qualified teacher learning and skills)
- Mandatory Qualification (MQ) in teaching children / young people with HI or MSI or a willingness to undertake a course of study for the MQHI if in possession of neither
- Experience of children/ students who have special educational needs and disability
- You are keen to work with children/students with HI or who has experience of working with children/students with HI
- You enjoy working in and with a team and are open to other people’s ideas
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The job advert closes at 23.59 on Sunday 10th October 2021. Interviews will likely take place on Monday 18th October (but to be confirmed).
Being a peripatetic role, you will be required to hold a valid driving licence and have access to a car, insured for business use.
If this is the role for you and you would like to discuss this or have any queries, please contact Peter Abbotts, Professional Lead for Sensory Impairment on 01483 519215 or via email at email@example.com
From flexible working to job sharing (where possible) we are committed to providing a healthy work life balance. For more information about the wide variety of benefits you can take advantage of please visit MyBenefits for Surrey County Council staff.