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University of Chichester Academy Trust - Inclusion Manager

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University of Chichester


£16,252 to £17,889 per annum

Part Time


31.25 Hours per week, 39 weeks per annum

Salary: GBP 22,401 to GBP 24,657 per annum pro rata, equates to GBP 16,252 to GBP 17,889 per annum

We are an 11-16 comprehensive school with a passionate commitment to making a difference to children's lives, enabling all pupils to have the highest possible learning experience. Building on our strong foundations, the Inclusion Manager will help continue the upward trend of improvement..

If you feel you have the enthusiasm to help manage and co-ordinate programmes of support and study for pupils referred to the inclusion provision, you will find Mill Chase offers a supportive and dedicated team, excited about continued learning for all.

Essential qualities include:

The ability to effectively communicate with children/young people, school staff and outside agencies. The ability to work with children/young people exhibiting challenging and severe behavioural difficulties. An understanding of child development and learning including Special Educational Needs and also Child Protection Procedures. Experience of mentoring and one to one support with young people, including those with challenging behaviour. The ability to work with parents and carers in order to support the education of the pupils

As a valued member of our team we can offer:

Clear and shared values and expectations.A commitment to tailored professional development.A stimulating work environment.An experienced, highly committed and supportive leadership team.

The Academy will be moving to brand new premises, within the centre of Bordon in 2019 bringing an exciting new environment for continued growth of the Academy.

Please refer to the job profile for full details, or for an informal discussion about the post or to visit the academy please telephone: 01420 470329, or visit the academy's website

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All staff are subject to an enhanced DBS check. A conviction may not exclude candidates from appointment but will be considered as part of the recruitment process.