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Hearing Impaired Specialist

  • Location: Greenwich
  • Start date: 03 Sep 2018
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE11045689
  • Branch: London SEND South East
  • Consultant: Louise Waite
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Job description
Have you worked with visually impaired students?

Are you a qualified Teacher or Teaching Assistant?

Do you hold a Braille qualification?

I am currently working in conjunction with on one of our many partnership services within the Greenwich and looking to recruit for qualified Teacher's and Support Assistant's to support students who are visually impaired.

You will be required to teach and support the visually impaired students across both Primary and Secondary schools in Greenwich, planning for the student's transition into the school setting.

The service will provide full support and works on a provides teaching programmes for Braille, touch typing and use of magnification and screen reading software to meet individual student's needs.

The candidate will be required to:
Have experience of supporting children who have a visual impairment.

Be able to read and teach Braille.

Hold a relevant qualification in Braille

A confident and positive approach to working with children

The ability to be a proactive team member, committed to raising standards and achievement

An enthusiasm to learn and develop professionally

Working for Protocol Education you can expect:

·To work with a dedicated and honest SEND Consultant that has great experience in the education sector.
·Professional and organised structure with plenty of continual professional development opportunities (CPD).
·A clear and easy to use timesheet system with weekly pay.
·Working for a well know, trusted and respected Education leader.

To register your interest, send a copy of your CV or to find our more please ask for Louise Waite; SEND Consultant, on 0208 461 8900 or email Louise.waite@protocol-education.com

Protocol Education is proud to be a National Living Wage employer supporting schools


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