Adults with Learning Disabilities Coordinator

Recruiter
Abingdon and Witney College
Location
Abingdon [Oxfordshire]
Salary
£25,153 - £26,813 Per Year, £25,153 - 26,813 per annum, pro rata
Posted
21 Jun 2022 14:55
Closes
05 Jul 2022 23:59
Sector
Further Education
Job Level
Administrator / Coordinator/ Assistant
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time
Organisational Type
General Further Education College, Land-based College

Adults with Learning Disabilities Coordinator

Adults with Learning Disabilities Coordinator 

£25,153 - 26,813 per annum, pro rata 

18.5 hours per week 

The working pattern is 6.5 hours on Monday and Tuesday and 5.5 hours on Wednesday, but can be flexible, depending on candidate availability 

52 weeks per annum 

Abingdon Campus 

Permanent 

Access to Learning are looking to appoint an ambitious and highly motivated co-ordinator for 18.5 hours per week to research, develop and implement a sustainable and appropriate programme for Adults with Learning Disabilities as part of lifelong learning for learners with Special Educational Needs. 

Based on our Abingdon campus, the main part of the role will be to review the existing programme and build and implement a business plan in a number of subject areas to enable learners to have several exciting short opportunities in a variety of programmes. Excellent communication and organisational skills are essential, and the successful candidate must have relevant experience of working with learners who have Special Educational Needs. 

In return, Abingdon & Witney College offer excellent benefits to our employees including generous pension and holiday schemes (with potential Christmas closure days), continued professional development, flexible working options, corporate gym membership, cycle/tech scheme and much more. 

Closing date:  5th July 2022 (midnight)

Interview date:  To be confirmed

AWC values diversity and encourages applications from all sections of the community. We are committed to safeguarding and expect all our employees and volunteers to share this commitment. We are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and all appointments are subject to satisfactory clearances including enhanced DBS checks