Springwell Leeds is a specialist Academy for children with social, emotional and mental health needs (SEMH) and is part of Wellspring Academy Trust.
An Exciting opportunity is available for someone looking for a fresh challenge in an inspiring learning environment where we provide children with high quality individualised specialised learning. The post will suit a candidate who has the commitment, passion and resilience to make a difference to pupils who have a range of SEMH needs.
SCALE 4 TA (Point 7-11) KEY WORKER – 37 HOURS (TTO + 5) FTE SALARY £19,554 TO £21,166 (ACTUAL SALARY £16,650 - £18,022)
This position may suit someone wishing to develop a career within the Special Education Sector. College/University graduates are welcome to apply, as full training will be offered to candidates wishing to develop a career in this setting. The position may be of particular interest to applicants who have a passion in supporting the emotional and mental health needs of young people. We have links to Positive Regard Teaching School and are therefore able to support a career path for aspiring teachers through a rigorous development programme. This post is available at our South site. These buildings are part of an exciting £45 million pound investment in the city into SEMH provision. Post holders will be able to support and lead small groups or individuals with personalised learning programmes across a range of curriculum areas to develop resilience, social skills and self-esteem. The post holder will use effective strategies for supporting pupils with a range of SEMH needs.
We are seeking a candidate who is dedicated, resilient, ambitious, patient, tenacious and will be the adult that our children need. Springwell Leeds Academy aims to make a positive difference to all our children and young people and this post provides an opportunity to do this. If you are looking for a challenge and a rewarding change of role, we want to hear from you. Details of how to apply are included on the attached advert.
Springwell Leeds Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.