Transition and EHCP Coordinator (SEND)

Recruiter
City College Plymouth
Location
Plymouth [Devon]
Salary
£18,325 - £19,843 Per Year
Posted
22 Jun 2022 14:56
Closes
04 Jul 2022 23:59
Reference
REQ00089
Sector
Further Education
Job Level
Learner Support / Teaching Assistant
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time, Term Time

Transition and EHCP Coordinator (SEND)

Protocol is delighted to be working with City College Plymouth, one of the country's largest providers of quality education and training who are going through a period of transition to propel education into the future. Graded as "GOOD" by Ofsted, City College Plymouth is home to over 12,000 bright and enthusiastic students, you will be joining over 600 talented and experienced staff and actively contributing to its core values of Respect, Ownership and Integrity to nurture and support to ensure every student can be the best they can be.


We are recruiting for a Transition and EHCP Coordinator (SEND) on a permanent basis, 37 hours per week, 38 weeks per year. This role is offering between £18,325 and £19,843 per annum (pro rata of £21,088 - £22,835).

We are looking for an ideal candidate to manage and coordinate the EHCP assessment planning and review process and coordinate the Inclusive Transition for new students at City College.

This would cover both prospective students and current students who require additional support to secure positive outcomes.

The successful candidate will also contribute to the overall development and promotion of the Department and College, both internally and externally.

In addition to your salary, you can expect an annual leave entitlement of 29 days annual leave (pro rata for part-time), plus Bank Holidays and additional College closure days over the festive period. You will receive generous contributions towards your pension, CPD opportunities, and exclusive access to discounts at various UK attractions, restaurants, travel and theatre.

At City College Plymouth, one of the country’s largest providers of quality education and training, we are going through a period of transition to enable us to propel education into the future. We pride ourselves on delivering a learning environment and organisational culture that impact positively on the health, wellbeing and sustainability of our community and enables all our students and staff to achieve their full potential.

City College Plymouth is home to thousands of bright and enthusiastic students and 650 talented and experienced staff. You will be joining a college that is proud of its culture, where our core values of Respect, Ownership and Integrity are there to nurture and support a passion for teaching and learning, enriching our community through knowledge, experience and skills enabling every student to be the best they can be.

City College Plymouth is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The College is an equal opportunities employer.