Vacancy – Skills Tutor – Small Animals
Responsible to: Vice Principal, Quality and Curriculum
Responsible for: Support staff and Students
Salary: SP 22
Hours 22.5/43 Actual: £10,477.07
This job description is intended to provide guidance on the range of duties associated with the post. It is not intended to provide a full and exclusive definition of the post. It may be subject to modification and amendment from time to time and the post holder may be required to undertake additional duties as required.
To assist in making sure that Camphill Wakefield meets the high standards of education, training and care within its own set of ideals and principles as well as meeting the expectations and guidelines of the placing authorities and inspectorates.
Proposed start date: N/ A
Closing date for applications: N/A
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You can apply for this position using the following methods:
By email to email@example.com
Apply online here
By mail to:
Wood Lane, Chapelthorpe
Wakefield WF4 3JL
Or alternatively call us on 01924 255281
Please note you will be required to have a DBS check prior to starting work.
LM Leadership and management
T&L Teaching and Learning
OfL Outcomes for learners
Pdbw Personal development, behaviour and welfare
Your role also requires that you
Work as directed at weekends to support both small animals and the farm
Attend or report to professional meetings as required.
Return reports and other written information on time and by the requested deadlines
Participate in the sharing of information about students with other colleagues, carers, therapists and teachers.
Participate in Training and Development days
Register with the SET and record your CPD with the SET
Participate in supervision and appraisal
Attend and contribute to the Advent and Summer Fairs
Undertake duties in Holidays that support the wider Land use at Camphill Wakefield
Training that is necessary to your work
Health & Safety
Specialist Medical responses
Equality and Diversity
Qualifications, Qualities and Skills necessary to your work
Relevant teaching qualifications or experience
Experience with learning disabilities
Administration and IT skills
Communication and social skills
Experience of managing teams of people
Practical experience of and enthusiasm for the work and a willingness to share this with others
Willingness to continue professional development and training to gain further understanding and insight into working with and supporting students with special educational needs and disabilities.
An understanding of and support for the principles and values that underpin the social and cultural life of Camphill Wakefield.
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