Digital Art Teacher

Employer
Cover People
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
3 Jul 2021

Job Details

Digital Art Teacher

Cover People are currently recruiting for a full time, Digital Art Teacher in an SEN College based in Rochdale and Manchester. The candidate will be expected to work in both workshops. The role will start in September 2021.

The Role

If you have SEN experience as well as Arts, media and craft experience and feel confident to teach learners with ASD, SEMH and EBD in this setting, get in touch! The College are looking for a qualified digital art teacher who has QTS. The school provides a high level of support to children via alterative hands on learning. You must have Adobe software and animation experience.

The candidate must have:

* 6 months experience working with children

* Experience and knowledge of supporting children with SEN and complex needs

* Excellent behaviour management skills

* Excellent communication skills

* DBS on update register

* References for last 2 years work history

* Up to date CV

The School

The Specialist College for creative education in the North West, focusing on creative study pathways for 16-25 year olds.

Their Creative Learning Studios operate from within and in partnership with Arts and Cultural organisations, for an alternative approach, with enhanced careers and progression opportunities.

They support additional/high needs routes to wellbeing, attainment and sustained engagement.

The benefits

* Excellent pay rates

* Full-time ongoing role

* On-going support from both the school and your Consultant

* Possibility of a Permanent position

* CPD training

All candidates are subject to standard safeguarding and employment checks including an online interview and DBS checks.

Cover People are acting as an employment business on behalf of the school for this vacancy.

For further information, please call Sophie at Cover People

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