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Casual Communication Support Workers - Deaf First - Oak Lodge School

The Role

Casual Communication Support Workers Urgently required
£14 - £24 per hour - work available now

 
Do you want to help deaf adults develop a skill and career? Do you enjoy working with young people?  Are you enthusiastic? Can you motivate students?   We require CSWs to enable deaf students to access, as fully as possible, the curriculum and life in mainstream college. You will need to present information in a form accessible to the student. The CSW will be required to pass on the information provided by the tutor/lecturer or other students in the class.

You must have a minimum of BSL level 3 or be willing to be trained to this level. Deaf First offers Sign Language courses from Level 1 to Level 6. You will need to have GCSE English and Mathematics (grade C or above), or a Level 2 in Literacy and Numeracy. Experience of work in the FE sector is desirable. We would welcome applications from CSWs who can also offer other forms of communication support, e.g. Note Taking/Lip Speaking if needed.

An information pack, including a Job Description and Person Specification can be downloaded below. (Please ignore the apply button).

For further details please visit the schools website:http://www.deaf-first.org.uk/ or you can contact the school by email:admin-df@oaklodge.wandsworth.sch.uk or by telephone number 0208 675 9751.

Completed application should be returned to the school either by email or post. 

Closing Date: 05 April 2019 (at noon)
Interview Date: To be Agreed

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

This post is subject to a DBS check.   

CVs are not accepted.

Deaf First - Oak Lodge School     
101 Nightingale Lane,
London SW12 8NA
Tel: 020 8675 9751

 

 

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