Job Title: Advisory Teacher of Visual Impairment
Salary: MPS/UPS-depending on relevant experience. SEN 2 for qualified teachers of Visually Impaired Children.
Location: North Yorkshire
North Yorkshire is seeking to appoint a Qualified Teacher of Visual Impairment (QTVI) to join our enthusiastic team who support the achievements of blind/visually impaired children and young people, their families, early years settings and schools across the county. The post is peripatetic and part of the wider Inclusion Service.
Required as soon as possible
Are you a highly motivated, enthusiastic and experienced QTVI who is committed to improving outcomes for children and young people with a vision loss.
Ideally, the successful candidate would:
*have the specialist mandatory qualification in teaching Visually Impaired children
*have an understanding of and a commitment to inclusive education and an ability to work effectively as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
*have excellent communication skills
*have experience of managing a peripatetic caseload
*have experience in working with a range of different settings and with all of age groups 0-25
*have transport enabling them to travel over a wide rural area.
*be comfortable with presenting training to individuals and groups either face to face or online
*be enthusiastic, self-motivating and flexible with a solution-focused attitude.
For an informal conversation, we would welcome you to contact Julie Broome by emailing Julie.Broome@northyorks.gov.uk or phoning 07966935284
Closing date: 6th June
Interview date: 20th June
We look forward to exploring your interest and receiving your application.
More information and to apply visit: https://nyccjobs.engageats.co.uk/Vacancies/W/7078/0/348763/22777/qualified-teacher-for-visually-impaired-children
Enhanced Level DBS Disclosure is required for appointment to this post.
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