SEN PMLD Teacher- North Birmingham- September start

Recruiter
ACADEMICS
Location
Birmingham
Salary
115.00 - 160.00 GBP Daily
Posted
08 Jul 2019
Closes
30 Jul 2019
Job Type
Entry
Contract Type
Permanent

SEN (PMLD) Teacher- North Birmingham- September start

Academics are recruiting a SEN Teacher for a North BirminghamSpecial Needs School to teach pupils with Profound Multiple Learning Difficulties. This part time position will commence September and it will be for the whole academic year, working two days a week.

We are looking for committed and resilient teachers with QTS, to deliver creative and inspiring Entry Level Maths and English lessons to PMLD pupils. You must be able to deliver exciting and engaging activities and be a good communicator, able to lead the class, work flexibly and be able to manage and work together with teaching assistants.

As a SEN Teacher it is vital that you are patient, understanding and compassionate. The role offers a variety of challenges, so it is very important you can react effectively and keep calm throughout. You will have skills and understanding of a range of teaching and learning strategies, to make a positive impact on the children's progress. You must consider and support their communication and sensory needs. We are looking for SEN Teachers that have experience of working with pupils with PMLD or a desire to teach pupils with PMLD. The ideal candidate will be someone who has a passion to remove the barriers to learning, that PMLD and other special needs can impact on.

Please apply today to register your interest for this role or to find out more information, please call Katie for an informal discussion on .

We offer competitive rates of pay, in many cases above industry standard and you will receive continued support from your experienced personal consultant.

Academics are committed to safer recruitment, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, we expect every candidate to share this commitment. Assignments are subject to safeguarding and child protection screening in line with DfE polices, including right to work, employment history and enhanced DBS checks.