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Derwen College (Gobowen)
Specialist PMLD Teacher (Nurture Programme)
We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Specialist PMLD Teacher to join our new PMLD day provision . The role will involve supporting, maintaining, planning and delivery of an innovative, inclusive and engaging programme for young people with profound multiple learning disabilities and/or difficulties. You will provide support to ensure the service meets the aspirations and outcomes of the young person attending this provision.
52 week contract, annual salary £27,500 – £29,500
PMLD Learning Support Practitioner (Nurture Programme)
We currently have an exciting opportunity for a PMLD Learning Support Assistant to join our new PMLD day provision . The role will involve supporting the delivery of a bespoke curriculum to learners on the Nurture Programme.
52 week contract, annual Salary £18,500 – £20,500
We currently have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Cook to join our catering team, working full time, 40 hours per week (including every other weekend). You will work as part of a team across the “Visit Derwen” hospitality and catering outlets where you will be responsible for taking orders, preparing, cooking and serving high quality, homemade meals in our busy, recently refurbished, Walled Garden Cafe and restaurant environment. Supporting our students and clients in work experience placements within the programme area.
52 week contract, annual Salary £19,500
Support Practitioner Waking Nights (Short Breaks)
We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Support Practitioner – Waking Nights (Short Breaks) to join our Care Team. You will work within our Short Breaks Provision to maintain a stable and caring environment that puts the health, safety and welfare of our guests first.
Derwen College has extended its programme of short breaks for young adults with learning difficulties and disabilities to provide specialist holiday care and activities all year round.
Guests can take part in a range of activities and trips, as well as making use of the campus facilities. Holidays are also a great opportunity for young people to meet new people and explore local attractions. There are a wide range of activities on offer depending on guests’ preferences and the weather. Daily activities may include swimming, basketball, use of the gym and football, day trips, shopping, cooking, bowling and cinema.
52 week contract, annual salary £21,100
We currently have an exciting opportunity for a counsellor to join our therapies team, working part time 15 hours per week. You will provide a confidential counselling therapeutic service for young people, with a variety of learning disabilities, working within a multi-disciplinary Therapies team.
Annual salary £8,447 – £9,291
Other roles at Derwen College
Bank Support Practitioners
We have part-time hours available on a casual basis for support practitioners. It is essential to have experience of working in in a similar role and QCF/NVQ Level 2 in Adult Health & Social Care.
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Derwen College safeguards and promotes the welfare of young people and adults at risk. We expect all employees and volunteers to share this commitment.
We offer the right candidates a well-resourced and modern working environment, situated in a beautiful rural setting.
Derwen College has a fantastic range of employee benefits. These include: main-site shopping and leisure facilities, College pension scheme, flexible working arrangements, enhanced family friendly benefits, generous annual leave entitlement and continual professional development.
All staff are recruited on the basis of merit, ability and suitability for each position. Derwen College ensures that all job applicants are considered equally and consistently, in line with all relevant legislation, recommendations and guidance. We are a Disability Confident and Mindful Employer and we offer a guaranteed interview scheme for suitable applicants.