|School||The Rise Partnership Trust|
|Name of CEO||Jayne Jardine|
|Job||Occupational Therapist SEN Schools, Band 5 equivalent|
|Salary||£30,849 - £33,459 (FTE) |
From GLPC Point 20 (£29,502) to Point 25 (£32,112)
plus SEN Allowance (£1,347) (FTE)
Pro rata to 48 weeks (actual salary £28,398-£30,800)
Starting salary dependent on experience
|Hours||36 hours per week, term time only clinical contact + 3 weeks|
|Closing date||3pm Monday 05 December 2022 |
06 December 2022
|Start date|| |
|How to apply|| |
The Rise Partnership Trust is comprised of two vibrant, welcoming special schools, both of which have won a number of awards, and provide specialist learning environments for pupils with a wide range of special needs.
Please email email@example.com for an application pack; completed application forms should also be emailed to this address. For more information, please contact the Director of Therapy on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0208 968 3160.
|Additional information|| |
Brent school's are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and education of our children, and expect all our staff to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS check and references will be required.
The Rise Partnership Trust (RPT) is a rapidly growing trust, currently consisting of Manor School and The Avenue School. The trust caters for primary and secondary pupils with a wide range of special needs and employs a committed and well-established multi-agency team.
“All pupils learn life skills and communication in a way that prepares them for future independence”.
Manor School Ofsted report 2020)
This role, working across both schools offers you a varied caseload, professional supervision, and fantastic CPD opportunities!
The Therapy Team works across both schools. We offer regular supervision, CPD opportunities, and a well-established and supportive multi-agency team. The RPT is committed to safeguarding. NQPs, particularly those experienced in supporting children with ASD, are welcome to apply.
The successful applicant will ideally:
- have clinical experience of a paediatric special needs caseload
- be a committed, friendly, and enthusiastic team player
- be a reflective practitioner who is looking to build on their existing clinical skills and develop their specialism in a special needs setting
TNQPs, particularly those experienced in supporting children with ASD, are welcome to apply.