Advisory Teacher for the Visually Impaired - Virtual School Sensory Support, Norwich


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Contact John Rous Milligan
01603 704040
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Teachers Pay and Conditions Permanent contract Full Time Teacher for the Visually Impaired - TPS plus SEN allowance £4242 for candidates with the mandatory qualification. An opportunity to train for the mandatory qualification whilst in post is on offer for the right candidate. This is an exciting opportunity to join Virtual School Sensory Support which is within the newly formed Vulnerable Groups Access and Achievement Service in Norfolk. A highly motivated teacher is required to join a team of teachers of the visually impaired, supporting visually impaired children and young people at home and in a range of educational settings across Norfolk. The Virtual School Sensory Support offers a comprehensive and flexible range of support to visually impaired children and their families. We are seeking an inspirational teacher with excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to think and plan creatively. A proven record of successful partnership working with parents, health and social care colleagues is an advantage. The successful candidate will need to have excellent oral and written communication skills. They will understand the barriers to access arrangements and learning that visually impaired children and young people face and how these barriers may be overcome. For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Karen Taylor or John Rous Milligan on 01603 704040. We welcome applications from individuals currently working in other organisations, however priority consideration for this post may be given to current employees who are affected by restructure within the organisation. To view further information regarding the vacancy please click on the link below: 39190 CHPE Information Pack 02-19.doc - visit: https://bit.ly/2FygHQp Redeployment closing date: 24 January 2019 All other applicants closing date: 17 February 2019
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