Education, Health & Care Plan Co-ordinator
1x 37 hours per week, Permanent &
1x 37 hours per week, Fixed Term until 31/03/2021
The Special Educational Needs Assessment and Review Team (SENART) are looking to recruit an enthusiastic Education, Health and Care (EHC) Plan Co-ordinator to support the team in its work.
SENART is responsible for co-ordinating the statutory Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) assessment and review process on behalf of the local authority. The work is undertaken in relation to children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities age 0-25 for whom a statutory assessment is being undertaken or an Education, Health and Care (EHC) Plan has been issued by the Local Authority.
The EHC Plan Co-ordinator, as a keyworker, liaises with families throughout the statutory assessment process to co-produce the EHC Plan. Then has ongoing annual contact via the EHC Plan review process. The work includes a significant amount of high level administration, chairing multi-agency meetings and writing high quality personalised Education, Health and Care Plans from the analysis of professional
A background in education is desirable. A commitment to person centred approaches is essential, as are excellent literacy, interpersonal and conflict resolution skills, the ability to prioritise effectively and work to statutory deadlines. You will need to be able to work within IT systems with a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail.
Please see the attached Role Profile for full details.
This is an exciting and rewarding role. Training and support from our fabulous team will be provided.
We have two vacancies and are looking to recruit to a permanent post and a fixed term contract position until 31 March 2021.
Closing Date: Friday 13th March 2020
Interviews: Wednesday 25th March 2020
Please contact Angie Kershaw, SEND Statutory Process Manager on 01472 325477 or email email@example.com for an informal discussion.
DBS disclosure level: Enhanced for both adults and children as the team support children and young people age 0-25 years.