Wilson Stuart School (WSS) and University College Birmingham (UCB) have a proud history of providing outstanding education and training. In 2013 the two organisations formed a partnership to set up The Hive College, which provides a vocational curriculum for learners from 19 to 25 with high needs such as physical and learning difficulties and sensory impairments. In September 2016 The Hive became and Independent Specialist College and now offers three individualised study programmes for students with PMLD, SLD, MLD and ASD.
As part of the on-going development of a highly successful Independent Specialist College, we have a vacancy for teaching staff to join our team of professional and dedicated people.
Our students are delightful, work hard and are keen to learn and the college is a very happy and positive working environment. We have a comprehensive induction programme and friendly and very supportive staff along with excellent facilities and a superb environment to support teaching and learning.
We constantly strive for excellence, seeking innovative and collaborative ways of delivering the curriculum and therefore any person appointed will be a highly committed and enthusiastic professional.
PMLD Teacher Full Time FTE
Teacher MPS 1 to 6 salary range + SEN £2149
Actual Salary Range £23,720 - £35,008
STRIVE @ the Hive provides an individualised study programme for young adults with profound and multiple learning difficulties. The programme centres on the students own communities giving them and their families the independence and confidence they need to take part in the wider community and provide a smooth transition into adult life.
We are looking for a committed and outstanding PMLD teacher to be part of our team to plan, develop and implement individual curriculum programmes for students with profound and multiple learning difficulties. You will have responsibility for a tutor group. You will be expected to provide a sensory programme, integrating the physical, academic, social and emotional needs of individual students.
The ability to teach basic Maths and English is a requirement and a further education background is desirable but not essential.
Closing Date: 22nd March 2019
Interviews week commencing: 1st April 2019
Previous candidates need not apply
WSUCBPT is committed to safeguarding children and young adults and safer recruitment procedures.
The above post is covered by Part 7 of the Immigration Act (2016) and therefore the ability to speak fluent and spoken English is an essential requirement for these roles. Please note Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check to be paid by the successful candidate (approx. £57).
Please note contracts of employment will be with Wilson Stuart UCB Partnership Trust not Birmingham City Council.
Further information, including Wilson Stuart application form and job descriptions, are available on the schools websites www.wsucbpt.co.uk or www.wilsonstuart.co.uk and completed application forms should be submitted electronically to email@example.com.
.If you have not heard from us one week after the closing date, please assume that your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.