Additional Learning Support Administrator (Full time, term time only)
Vision West Nottinghamshire College
|Salary:||£16,540 per annum, pro-rata|
|Placed on:||30th November 2016|
|Closes:||11th December 2016|
ABOUT THE TEAM
To complement our excellent Additional Learning Support (ALS) Team, we are seeking to appoint an ALS Administrator. You will be responsible for arranging and servicing all Education, Health & Care Plan (EHCP) reviews to meet statutory deadlines and providing reports and administrative assistance for the efficient and effective management of the Student Support Coach Team.
ABOUT THE ROLE
Working with a high level of autonomy, you will co-ordinate all learners with EHCPs in both Foundation Studies and the wider college. This will involve liaison with ALS, Schools of Learning, Local Authorities, other professionals and young people and their parents/carers. You will have recent, relevant understanding of additional needs as well as excellent organisational, administrative and secretarial skills. You will have a working knowledge of office technology packages, including word processing applications, databases and spreadsheets. Ideally, you will be qualified in Business Administration to Level 3. You will be responsible for collating all data to support the Student Support Coach Team and providing efficient and effective management of the service.
You will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills as you will be the first line of contact with internal and external partners regarding EHCPs including new, transfers and statutory annual reviews. You should be flexible and adaptable, be able to work under pressure to tight deadlines and maintain accuracy and quality of outcomes at all times. You will be required to work on your own initiative as required as well as liaising with the ALS Manager and other professionals.
You should be willing to continuously update your professional development and undertake training in the use of learner administration systems, college procedures and legislative compliance in relation to duties undertaken.
It is essential that you have the ability to build positive relationships, displaying excellent communication, organisational skills and administrative skills, demonstrating a flexible and professional attitude.
The role will require you to embed the college’s values; working with Professionalism, taking Responsibility for your actions, and giving Respect to clients and colleagues alike.
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Midlands of England