Learning Support Worker (with care)

South Staffordshire College
Midlands
£19261 - £19758

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Job Description

Job Reference - HR2223-020C

Status / Hours - Permanent, Part time 36.25 hours per week, Term Time (38 weeks)

Grade 3

Salary - £19,261.26 - £19,757.60 (FT pro rota, term time only)

Location - Rodbaston Campus - Futures

South Staffordshire College are looking to employ a highly motivated and inspirational individual to join our Learning Support team at Futures, a purpose-built specialist facility at Rodbaston campus that provides a high quality, fully inclusive learning environment for our students with severe and complex learning difficulties and disabilities.

We are seeking an enthusiastic and dedicated Learning Support Worker who can work effectively and imaginatively to provide first class support for students, to develop education, communication, social, emotional and personal skills to assist with their preparation into adulthood. Our provision centers around delivering wholly personalised study programmes which are designed to support each one of our learners to achieve their full potential.

You will be a strong team player with a real desire to help young adults. Previous experience working in a range of settings supporting young people or adults with learning differences and or disabilities, knowledge of SEND and the Education, Health and Care process will be an advantage. This is an excellent opportunity for the right candidate to join this successful team.

To find out more about this great opportunity visit www.southstaffs.ac.uk/latest-vacancies/ to download an application form and job specification.

All applications must be received by Midday on Thursday 8th December 2022

Interview date to be confirmed

What you can expect from us - we care about your wellbeing so have a number of activities all year that provide support. However, time off is also important. We have a generous holiday scheme, the usual Bank Holidays, an additional 5 days at Christmas and 2 ‘ME’ days (where you can have a day off work and do whatever makes you happy) as well as an additional day on campus spent on wellbeing. We have a range of benefits available to all staff including paid time off for emergencies (designed to support carers) and all our policies are enhanced further than statutory requirements. The College also contributes to your pension at a minimum of 23.68% (we contribute more for people in the Local Government Pension Scheme).

South Staffordshire College is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applicants from all sections of the community.

We are committed to PREVENT and safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young adults and expect all staff to share this commitment.

This position is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure check under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, medical clearance and satisfactory references