An exciting opportunity for a dedicated and experienced Manager for Dyslexia and Language support has arisen in the largest college in Liverpool.
The purpose of the role is to contribute to achieving excellence in all aspects of support for students with Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD) and language support issues through innovative and excellent practice. As a manager you will be responsible for raising the profile of service by making it accessible and relevant to students. You will have excellent communication and negotiation skills to get the most out your staff and to engage the cross College curriculum teams to provide an inclusive environment to students with SpLD and language support needs throughout their learning journey.
- We put our students’ first
- We support our students to ensure they have access to the right tools to learn and add value to their achievements
- We reward commitment & excellence
- We promote inclusiveness and diversityYou should be experienced in supporting students with SpLD (particularly Dyslexia) and will be required to undertake assessments of needs (dyslexia). You will also be managing the Access Arrangement process and hence will have the required expertise to undertake such assessments as and when required.
For an informal chat about this fantastic opportunity please contact Aamir Butt, Director of Student Support Services on 0151 252 3662
In return we can offer you a competitive salary, generous holiday entitlement, pension scheme, flexible working, reward and recognition incentives and much more.
The City of Liverpool College Group serves 12,000 learners each year from a diverse variety of backgrounds. With state-of-the-art facilities, TEF Gold status for Higher Education provision, the College is home to ground breaking innovation and involved in a wide variety of exciting new developments across the city.
We are an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, gender, gender reassignment, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and adhering to the requirements of the Equality Act 2010.
The College is committed to safeguarding children and safer recruitment practices and will undertake all the required DFE pre-employment checks on the successful candidate including an enhanced DBS Disclosure including a Barred List Check.
The College Group actively participate in the Two Ticks – Positive about Disabled People scheme.
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