Inclusion Manager & DSL – Full-time
Inclusion Manager & DSL – Full-time
- Pay:£28,817 – £44,302 per annum + SEN Allowance £2,500
- Start Date:TBC
- App Close Date:26/03/2023 at 23:45
Inclusion Manager & DSL
Salary: £28,817 – £44,302 per annum + SEN Allowance £2,500
We require a talented SENCO to join our Extended Leadership Team to assist the Principal / Director of Education in ensuring inclusive practice is developed to promote the highest standards of pupil achievement. The successful candidate will assist in the promotion and oversight of high standards of teaching and learning, pupil achievement and progression through effective inclusion for pupils with special educational needs. They will be the Designated Safeguarding Lead responsible for promoting and safeguarding (including Online Safety) the welfare of children and young people, and be available for staff to discuss any safeguarding concerns.
Applicants who have yet not completed the NASENCO qualification will be considered, however they may not be appointed to the Extended Leadership Team immediately.
What we can offer you:
- TSAT pay scales above national pay scales.
- Support from across the Trust to help you deliver outstanding teaching and learning through resources, mentoring and school visits.
- Excellent CPD opportunities including our Early career, Middle and Senior Leadership programmes.
- As an accredited Chartered Teacher organisation you can become a recognised Chartered Teacher.
- Benefit from an internationally accredited pedagogy approach to thinking and learning, which has been proven to enhance classroom practice.
- Generous employer contribution to the Teachers’ Pension Scheme.
- Reduced membership of a fully-equipped fitness suite and classes – located on the site of New Horizons Children’s Academy and Rochester Grammar School.
- Focus on staff wellbeing, including 24/ Employee Assistance Programme, free flu vaccination and eye care vouchers.
- Free parking in our secure staff car park.
- Cycle to Work Scheme.
- TSTARS Staff Recognition Programme, including seasonal rewards for all staff.
If you are interested in working in our school, and would like to discuss the role further please contact [email protected]
If you would like to benefit from a supportive network of staff across our Trust we would encourage you to apply. Early applications are encouraged, and we reserve the right to close the vacancy if a suitable candidate is found.
We strongly encourage any applicants who may be interested in working at our school to contact Kerry Masters you can contact Kerry via email [email protected] arrange an informal conversation.
If you experience any issues in applying for this role via our careers site please click here to submit an application via Microsoft Forms
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check. As per KCSIE we will also undertake online searches for all shortlisted candidates, if you have any questions regarding this process, please [email protected]
Information about the school
At Maritime Academy we have great ambitions and we’re proud to call ourselves a member of Thinking Schools Academy Trust. We are at the beginning of our journey and always growing which means you will be joining us at the most exciting part of our story; The Beginning.
Maritime Academy will continually support and enable the self-improvement of every staff member during their time at our school. We want to provide the very best education for our children and this is attainable only through talented staff capable of rising to these high standards
At the Maritime, our mission is to offer a unique opportunity to learn in a modern setting with traditional values. Our school will ensure that students are confident, respectful and responsible young people, who are able to face the challenges of modern society. We believe that through our traditional ethos and values, we will create an environment where students are respectful for where they learn, who they learn with and who they are as unique aspirational young people.