Working at Charlton Park Academy
Charlton Park Academy Trust’s aim is to become the Employer of Choice and to support staff by developing their career within our specialist area.
We aim to develop and support other SEN and mainstream schools by:
- developing our SEN outreach services.
- supporting young people with additional needs to achieve their aspirations, academically and emotionally.
- providing staff with training to support students and develop their career.
- improving staff wellbeing.
Please contact Linda Charlesworth regarding vacancies unless otherwise stated:
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CENMAC – Specialist HTLA for Assistive Technology
At Charlton Park Academy we pride ourselves on the quality of education we provide for our students and the opportunities we create to encourage and develop their communication and independence skills.
We are seeking to recruit a talented HLTA who is collaborative, friendly and a highly motivated team player to support and assist the Advisory Teacher team to develop and implement our Assistive Technology Advisory Service CENMAC. A person who has high aspirations for the students they support and is passionate about supporting young people to reach their full potential. The person will have a particular interest and experience with assistive technologies or high-tech communication systems and enjoy upskilling and empowering others.
CENMAC headquarters are located within Charlton Park Academy (a special academy for SEND), Greenwich, South-East London. We are a training and advisory service supporting students and staff, along with assessments, reviews and the loan of specialist and accessible equipment.
This is to enable students with a disability to access the curriculum using Assistive Technology and for communication. To decrease barriers to learning for young people from the age of 2 to 25 with an ability range from P1 to university entrance. Primarily focussed on those with motor difficulties/physical disability but we also work with those with a wide range of other needs including complex needs, sensory impairment, ASD, SpLD, global developmental delay. Our advisory teaching work is mainly in London but also beyond by request or referral.
This is an exciting opportunity for someone to use the experience and knowledge gained in education to support those across a wider field. Someone who has a high level of technical skill and the vision to support us in the development of our services.
This is a full-time permanent position, but to secure the best candidates we will seriously consider job share, and/or part time employment.
Our organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.
Applications close Monday 11 March 2019
Sessional Health or Social Care Worker
Health and Social Care workers are required to support individual young people. These positions will be part of the expansion of current services on offer at Charlton Park Academy.
HLTA/Specialist Staff for Highly Specialist Provision
Due to popular demand our student numbers are increasing from September 2017 onwards, so we are seeking positive, hardworking, diligent and trustworthy people that will help us make a difference for the life outcomes of young people, all of whom have complex and severe learning conditions and disabilities. They need someone Special too – does this describe you?
We are especially looking for keen, enthusiastic people with a zest for life, interested in extending their current skills and knowledge and who want to become experts in our sector. We require people who can adapt their current knowledge/skills/interests/training to a new special context. We are improving upon our rich offer for our high-need students and we want people who can willingly bring themselves to the party. We have some incredibly creative and wonderful staff and want them to have flexible intelligent colleagues to enhance the life chances of all our community.
Pay scale offered to successful candidates will depend upon previous skills, knowledge and experience and will initially range from £10.20 – £15.00 per hour gross pay.