SEND Co-Educator, One to One Support and Medical Responsibilities Epping CM16

  • Full Time
  • Permanent
  • Epping CM16
  • 23,274.08 - 25,682.88 £ / Year

Burnt Mill Academy Trust

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  • £23,274.08 – £25,682.88 a year

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  • Permanent
  • Full-time


Epping CM16

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Job Reference #
Epping, Essex, CM16 5JB
Contract Type
Contract Term
£23,274.08 – £25,682.88 Annually (Actual)
Inclusive of Inner Fringe Allowance of £987.90 Per Annum
Closing Date
Midday, 15th Apr 2024
Start Date
June 2024
Positions Available 1


About this Role

37 hours per week, 39 weeks per year (term time plus inset days)

About this Role

Epping St John are looking for a skilled, compassionate and committed individual to start June 2024 to work with a named child with special educational needs in our wonderful team of staff and children. You must possess excellent communication skills and have a real willingness to support both the learning, social, emotional and behavioral needs of the child.

We are looking for someone who:

  • Has experience of working with children with SEND.
  • Can provide one to one support to the specific student with medical intimate care including intermitted catheterization (full training will be provided by LEA and BMAT).
  • To encourage acceptance and inclusion of the student.
  • Establish a supportive, professional and trusting relationship with the student.
  • Makes the school a fun, caring and a nurturing environment for the child that you support.
  • Is able to work with a range of professionals to support the child’s needs to ensure outcomes are met.
  • Can develop methods of promoting/reinforcing the student’s self-esteem and independence.
  • Can support with supervisory duties during some lunchtime and break time(s).
  • Will support the student to attend extra-curricular activities .
  • Can understand and respect the students’ views so they can be supported and included effectively.
  • Will ensure that the special needs of the student, as described in the statement of Educational Needs / Education, Health & Care Plans are supported.
  • Is able attend to the student’s personal needs, including help with social, welfare and health matters/ first aid.

R Regular Co-Educator duties to be assumed during hours when not supporting a child with an EHCP.

You will get the opportunity to work within an experienced team whilst building upon your own skills and knowledge.

Early application is encouraged, Please see Job Description for more information about the role.

Start date can be discussed but the successful applicant must be available to attend essential training in June 2024.


Contact Details

Shannon Peters-Carter

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Ethan Anderson

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