SEND Information, Advice and Support Coordinator - Children's Charity
As a SENDIASS Coordinator, you will manage a caseload and provide high quality information, advice and support to children and young people in Richmond and Kingston with SEND aged 0-25 years and their parents and carers in line with the Code of Practice and national and local standards.
Title: SEND Information, Advice and Support (SENDIASS) Coordinator
Salary: £27,085 - £29,391
Hours of work: 36 per week
Location: Richmond & Kingston Boroughs, South West London
The service offers support at school meetings, including Education, Health and Care Plan discussions and annual reviews, and can signpost to services offering advice on mediation, appeals and tribunals.
You will work one to one and with groups in a variety of community settings.
You will be part of an experienced local team providing impartial, confidential advice and support. You will help with writing letters and completing forms, and assist with discussions and meetings with schools and SEND professionals involved with your child.
As the coordinator you will manage SENDIASS workers and Independent Supporters as well as a part time Benefits Advisor.
The service is delivered across two office locations:
- Richmond, TW9
- Chessington, KT9
Closing Date: 21st July 2017
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Our client is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Therefore, they expect all workers and employees to share this commitment.
They are an equal opportunities employer, and actively encourage applications from all sectors of the community.
No agencies please.