Hearing Impairment Specialist Teacher - West London

Qualified Teacher - North West London

Ref: 76Tuesday 13 April 2021

Hearing Impairment Specialist Teacher – Local Authority Advisory Teacher role - West London


Are you an experienced Hearing Impairment Specialist Teacher looking for a new challenge or career



Could an advisory Hearing Impairment Specialist Teacher Leading on MSI best practice be the role you have been waiting for?


I am actively recruiting a Hearing Impairment Specialist Teacher to become part of an inclusive MSI (Multi-Sensory Impairment) Team for a West London LA SEND Offer. This role will start as soon as possible on a full-time basis. Long-term/permanent


Brief overview:

  • Hearing Impairment Specialist Teacher with QTS
  • £35,000 - £47,000
  • Location: West London
  • LA based but travelling to schools in the Borough to advise on HI and SEND
  • Role to start immediately or as soon as possible
  • Must be a qualified teacher and experienced Teacher of the Deaf
  • Ability to work as part of an inclusive MSI team to deliver advisory services to schools in the borough
  • Ability to manage a busy caseload and plan your timetable to meet the needs of the schools you support

About the role of Hearing Impairment Specialist Teacher 

This is a wonderful opportunity to use your skills and experience in HI within a SEND Advisory Service for Hearing Impairment. The MSI (Multi-Sensory Impairment) Team at this local authority is fully inclusive and welcomes staff with MSI to apply to work in their SEND Local Offer. You will have the opportunity to work in a team dedicated to SEND and use your own passion and knowledge to empower educators across the borough in supporting deaf children’s education.


Requirements for Hearing Impairment Specialist Teacher 

For this Hearing Impairment Specialist Teacher  opportunity, you will need to hold QTS and have relevant experience as a Teacher of the Deaf. You will need solid experience to include working with children with HI and either hold a Diploma or further qualification in teaching deaf children or be in the process of gaining this. This role requires an passionate teacher who can manage their own caseload and schedule their time accordingly with their schools. You will be required to travel to multiple school sites so use of your own mode of transport is beneficial, willingness to travel across the borough frequently is essential.

If an opportunity like this is what you are looking for, or you are curious to know more please do not hesitate to contact us ASAP!


Interested in hearing more?

If you want to hear more about our SEND opportunities, please get in touch! Send your CV to Sophie@psinclusion.co.uk

If you are not contacted within 5 working days, unfortunately, you have been unsuccessful for this role. However, we will keep your CV and you are welcome to contact us to discuss your SEND career development.

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