Speech and Language Therapist
- Speech and Language Therapist
- Haringey Local Authority
- September Start
- Interviewing Immediately
- Pay £30,0000 - £44,000 per annum
- Ofsted Outstanding
Speech and Language Therapist Job:
REESON Education are currently looking for a Speech and Language Therapist to work with students that are over the age of 16. This fantastic opportunity works with students with low and high functioning Autism. This role is a full time, permanent role starting from September. This is an incredible opportunity to work within an outstanding, non-maintained special school situated in North London. This school specialises in educating students with Autism and therefore the successful Speech and Language Therapist needs to have previous experience working with ASD children. The successful candidate will need to be able to apply their specialist knowledge to the individual needs of the child. Also, it is important that they have strong communication skills in order to liaise with the rest of the trans-disciplinary team in order to create targets for pupils. As a Speech and Language Therapist in this school you will have access to fantastic resources and highly supportive team (occupational therapists and behaviour analysts.)
This outstanding special school is situated in Haringey and was established in the late 90's. They have approximately 100 students between the ages of 4 -19 and have over 140 members of staff. They can support pupils with high and low functioning autism. It is the school's priority to make sure each student has an individual focus, that is not only enjoyable but age appropriate. This school has fantastic amenities for members of staff. They have free breakfast for all of their employee's, they are part of the cycle scheme, hold annual staff awards and can provide their employees with personal and professional development.
The Ideal Applicant:
The Headteacher is incredibly successful and is highly valued by all members of staff. They are looking for someone who is confident, driven, eager to learn, flexible and can take initiative. As this vacancy is a September start it is key for any new member of staff that joins the school that a smooth transition takes place, in order to create minimal disruption for the students.
The ideal candidate will have prior experience working with children with complex needs in either a mainstream or a special school. We need someone who is highly confident in supporting students with complex needs.
If this role is of interest, please ensure you upload an up to date CV.