The Southover Partnership - Head of Southover Outreach Service (SOS)

Apply for this position

To apply, contact the school for an application pack or by visiting our website: www.southoverpartnership.com/workforus. You can also contact Dayo Okunlola, Executive Head Teacher for a discussion about the post.

Download the job advert and application pack below and return your completed application form to recruitment@southoverpartnership.com

Job Description

Application Pack

For further information about The Southover Partnership, please visit our website: www.southoverpartnership.com

The Southover Partnership School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share the same commitment. The post is subject to an Enhanced Certificate of Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service and a range of other recruitment checks.

School
Head
Dayo Okunlol
Salary
£40,000 - £46,000 depending on experience
Hours Full Time
Closing date Friday 29 May 2019
Interviews Friday 7 June 2019
Start date June 2019

Giving Special Needs Children A Future Through Education  

The school

The Southover Partnership is a specialist organisation that provides high quality education, support and training in the field of special educational needs. Our clients are schools and local authorities.

Southover Outreach Service (SOS) is part of Southover Partnership which includes a special school for 37 pupils, providing education for students with autism, social, emotional, behavioural and learning difficulties or those at risk of exclusion. The outreach service provides tailored one-to-one and group tuition in school or at home commissioned by schools or local authorities.

The Post

We are currently reviewing our outreach provision and are looking for someone with vision to fulfil this exciting and challenging role.

We wish to appoint a suitably qualified, hardworking, enthusiastic and successful leader with experience of managing provision for vulnerable youngsters either in or outside schools. The successful candidate will have QTS and leadership experience with a clear understanding of safeguarding procedures. The role will predominantly involve coordinating the provision and overseeing academic provision for vulnerable students whilst liaising with colleagues within our partnership, as well as with LAs, other schools and parents.

 

The Person

You should have excellent interpersonal skills, a strong understanding of monitoring progress through use of data and assessment information and good managerial and organisational skills. You will have an excellent understanding of how to design bespoke packages for children with a variety of SEND. The successful postholder must be able to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing, with children, staff and parents. You will have an excellent understanding of how to demonstrate the impact of your work and the work of your team.

 

Brent Schools are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Successful applicants will be required to undergo a DBS check.

Apply for this position

To apply, contact the school for an application pack or by visiting our website: www.southoverpartnership.com/workforus. You can also contact Dayo Okunlola, Executive Head Teacher for a discussion about the post.

Download the job advert and application pack below and return your completed application form to recruitment@southoverpartnership.com

Job Description

Application Pack

For further information about The Southover Partnership, please visit our website: www.southoverpartnership.com

The Southover Partnership School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share the same commitment. The post is subject to an Enhanced Certificate of Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service and a range of other recruitment checks.