We are passionate about fulfilling our mission of supporting each unique person so they can progress, achieve independence, enjoy life and be included in the communities in which they live. If you have the energy and enthusiasm to help grow our success – read on to see the current vacancies. We are always looking for talented, enthusiastic individuals to join our team.
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Teacher, Kisharon School (Full time from January 2018)
(Salary will be MPS + SEN )
This is an exciting time to join Kisharon School as we have recently been granted planning permission to build a brand new school building, due to open September 2019. We are also in the process of converting to become a Free School (subject to contract).
- Are you a dynamic and innovative teacher
- Are you passionate about empowering students with learning difficulties?
- Do you have the enthusiasm, commitment and determination to develop our students?
- Can you roll up your sleeves and work under pressure, as part of a dedicated team?
- Are you highly motivated, with strong communication and interpersonal skills?
- Are you committed to an ethos that promotes the progress and well-being of each pupil.
If you can respond with “Yes” to the above questions, we want to hear from you!
Kisharon, an OFSTED rated ‘Good’ special school for pupils aged 4-19 years, has an integrated approach towards developing the potential and independence of our pupils with severe and profound learning difficulties and autism.
For a job description and application pack please visit www.kisharonschool.org.uk or contact the school directly at email@example.com or on 020 8455 7483
Closing Date: Wednesday 18th October 2017 at 12pm
Interviews: Week Commencing 23rd October 2017
Wellbeing Support Workers
We are seeking to recruit new Wellbeing Support Workers for our newly transformed integrated Day & Supported Living service and our new Vocational College Programme. Could this be you?
Our main priority for these roles is to find people with the right values, behaviours and attitudes. You don’t need to have previous experience in this field, nor do you need qualifications – we’re happy to work with you to help you become an excellent Wellbeing Support Worker.
Above all we want people who share our values. These are:
- Commitment to showing dignity and respect at all times to the individuals we support
- Providing excellent care, support and being the best we can
- Working well together as part of our leading and innovative collaborative team.
- Bringing your own interests and creativity to engage the people we support.
Are these values important to you?
The role is varied and no two days will be the same. It will likely include support with personal care needs, enabling meaningful vocational work experiences, building confidence and self-esteem and developing opportunities to enable relationships in the local community. It will also include organising and participating in a wide range of their specific interests to help their development such as exercise, cooking, arts & crafts, drama, music, gardening, shopping trips and social occasions within a religious Jewish ethos.
Training and development will be provided. Key is a willingness to learn and develop new skills, be positive and the ability to work as part of a team.
Full, part time or flexible shifts are available on weekdays, evenings, overnight and weekends: £8.79-£10.33 p/hour.
Interested? Click here for an application form and click on job description to access details about this role, or contact Avni Thakrar, HR Administrator for more information, firstname.lastname@example.org . For an informal chat, please call Julia Brown, Director of Operations on 07860964444.