Educational Communicator

Location : Southend-on-Sea, Essex, England
Job Ref : JA912
Consultant : James Alexander
Sector : Education
Salary : £Competitive

Description

Educational Communicator (12 months FTC/term time)

Southend on Sea

Salary – Salary £24969.00 – £26220.00

Hours –  *30-37 weekly hours available*

Our client South Essex College are looking to recruit an Educational Communicator who can work with Hearing Impaired learners in a large FE college. This is an exciting opportunity for someone who has experience working with the deaf community and is competent in the use of BSL.

Applications can be made via this add or direct at https://jobs.southessex.ac.uk/rEcruit/Recruitment/Vacancies.aspx

The successful candidate should be qualified to at least level 3 BSL and preferably working to level 6. They will ideally hold a relevant CSW quals/notetaking. The candidate will support learners to be access both the academic and enrichment curriculum and ensure they can fully participate in the college experience. The successful candidates will be joining a large, friendly, and established sensory team with a track record of supporting students towards successfully meeting their goals.

 As an Educational Communicator you will be working with the Learning Mentor Manager (Sensory) to provide support for hearing impaired learners across our campuses. The salary advertised is based on working 37 hours over 37 weeks a year. Any other hours will be pro rata accordingly.

As well as a competitive salary, which includes your holiday allowance as the role is term time, the college has some amazing benefits on offer; *College closure days *Enhanced Local Gov Pension *Continued Professional Development *Reduced rate daily parking *Well-being and Mental Health support *Various other benefits are available, such as free eye tests, free flu jabs, cycle to work schemes, RAC discounts and more! So don’t delay, apply today, we are happy to explore hours and campus locations with you.

 Anyone starting midway through the academic year will have their monthly salary slightly reduced, as staff need to have worked a certain length of time through the academic year to be able to receive continued payment through the summer, when you won’t be expected to work. The actual figure would be calculated once a start date is confirmed. At the beginning of the next academic year the monthly salary will revert to 1/12th of the whole pro rata salary quoted.

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