Vacancies

Vacancies to join our team at Tees Valley Collaborative Trust are detailed below.

Governance Professional

Tees Valley Collaborative Trust believes that increased collaboration across the educational phases will benefit all learners throughout their educational journey.  The Trust exists to promote and facilitate collaboration between schools and the college to our mutual benefit.   Aspiring to become an all-through provision, our innovative approach seeks to promote ambition, aspiration and provide security and the keys to success for our young people for their future and the benefit of the region.

We are seeking to appoint a Governance Professional who will be accountable to the Board of Trustees, working effectively with the Chair of Trustees, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the MAT, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and other governors.

You will have experience of advising Trustees on constitutional matters, duties and powers, with relevant knowledge of governing body procedures, educational legislation and legal requirements.  You will be proficient at agenda setting and minute taking.

You will work an average of 15 hours per week and will be required to work at times convenient to the Trust Board, including clerking meetings which take place in the evening.  Hybrid working arrangements will be considered and can be discussed at interview.

 

Salary Scale:               SFCA Support Staff Pay Spine Point 29 (FTE £38,554 per annum)

Actual salary:              £13,327.04 per annum

Closing Date:              noon on Wednesday 1st June

Interview Date:            w/c 6th June

Start Date:                   Immediate start available

An application pack can be downloaded from www.tvc.ac.uk.  Please contact the HR Department at HR@tvc.ac.uk for any further information.

All applications must be submitted on a Trust application form and CVs will not be accepted.

Tees Valley Collaborative Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment

As this post involves direct contact with, or unsupervised responsibility for, children or vulnerable adults the successful candidate will be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check before taking up the position.  Additional checks will include; identity checks, qualification checks and employment checks, including the investigation of any gaps between jobs and two satisfactory references.

Application Pack

Level 2 Teaching Assistant
Bishopton Pupil Referral Unit
Contract: permanent contract

Are you someone who can help shape our future? Do you believe in educating the ‘whole’ child and ensuring all their needs are met? Have you got the belief that every child can achieve? If so, you may be the person for this role.

We wish to appoint an innovative, inspiring and experienced Level 2 teaching assistant.

The successful candidate will:

– Have experience of supporting pupils with a wide range of SEMH

– Be able to demonstrate experience of supporting the delivery of a personalised curriculum.

– Support teachers in the assessment of pupil progress

– Demonstrate knowledge of pupil’s developmental needs.

– Be a consistently good practitioner.

– Be committed, flexible and able to motivate students of all abilities.

– Be passionate about developing the whole child.

– Have high expectations of pupils.

– To undertake the professional duties outlined above by having regard to Teaching Assistant Standards.

This is a particularly challenging role and the successful candidate must be committed to creating a positive learning environment no matter what barriers they may face. You will need a high level of resilience and a commitment to working as an emotionally intelligent team to support vulnerable children.

 

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Science Lead
Bishopton Pupil Referral Unit
Contract: permanent contract

Are you someone who can help shape our future? Do you believe in educating the ‘whole’ child and ensuring all of their needs are met? Have you got the belief that every child can achieve? If so, you may be the person for this role.

The successful candidate will:

– Teach pupils in KS3 and KS4 Science.

– To provide strategic leadership of the provision of science for students with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) across the school in order to ensure that these students make excellent progress

– Monitor and evaluate the development of learning and teaching strategies for students with challenging behaviour and SEN, ensuring you recognise and fulfil your statutory responsibilities to pupils with SEN and understand the importance of taking ownership of additional provision and the progress children (with SEN) make in their class/teaching group.

– Disseminate good practice in challenging behaviour and SEN across the school.

– Identify resources needed to meet the needs of pupils with challenging behaviour and SEN and advise the Head teacher of priorities for expenditure.

– Update the Co-Headteachers and Governors on the effectiveness of English studies for pupils with challenging behaviour and SEND.

This is a particularly challenging role, and the successful candidate must be committed to creating a positive learning environment no matter what barriers they may face. You will need a high level of resilience and a commitment to working as part of an emotionally intelligent team to support vulnerable children.

 

AdvertJob DescriptionPerson Specification

English Teacher
Bishopton Pupil Referral Unit
Contract: permanent contract

Are you someone who can help shape our future? Do you believe in educating the ‘whole’ child and ensuring all of their needs are met? Have you got the belief that every child can achieve? If so, you may be the person for this role.

The successful candidate will:

    • – Teach pupils in KS3 and KS4 English studies including GCSE Language; GCSE Literature; Level 1 & 2 Functional Skills.
    • – To provide strategic leadership of the provision of English studies for students with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) across the school in order to ensure that these students make excellent progress
    • – Monitor and evaluate the development of learning and teaching strategies for students with challenging behaviour and SEN, ensuring you recognise and fulfil your statutory responsibilities to pupils with SEN and understand the importance of taking ownership of additional provision and the progress children (with SEN) make in their class/teaching group.
    • – Disseminate good practice in challenging behaviour and SEN across the school.
    • – Identify resources needed to meet the needs of pupils with challenging behaviour and SEN and advise the Head teacher of priorities for expenditure.
    • – Update the Co-Headteachers and Governors on the effectiveness of English studies for pupils with challenging behaviour and SEND.

 

This is a particularly challenging role, and the successful candidate must be committed to creating a positive learning environment no matter what barriers they may face. You will need a high level of resilience and a commitment to working as part of an emotionally intelligent team to support vulnerable children.

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Exam Invigilators
Contract: Casual

We are looking for people to join our team of Exam Invigilators in providing assistance in the day-to-day operation and administration of exams at either the Prior Pursglove or Stockton Sixth Form campus.  This is seasonal work, with the majority of exams taking place during May and June each year.

If you are interested in this vacancy please complete the Application Form, Equal Opportunities Form and Safeguarding and Safer Recruitment form at the bottom of the page and return your completed documents to ppc.personnel@pursglove.ac.uk.  Please specify on your application which campus you would like to be based at.

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