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Learning Technologist (Level 3 Digital Support Technician Apprentice)

The post is based at The Trust Offices in South Croydon

The Beckmead Trust are looking for a confident and talented individual who wants to be a part of their digital transformation in a busy school environment based at their Trust offices in Croydon.

Closing date: Ongoing

Start Date: As soon as possible, to be agreed  

Application Process

All enquiries and applications completed via the Primary Goal Portal which can be accessed HERE

Great training coupled with on the job technical experience

The successful candidate will be embarking on a Level 3 Digital Support Technician Apprenticeship programme with Primary Goal as the training provider. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of The Beckmead Trust transformational IT journey and you will receive training from the very best in education and industry.

Duration:
2-year apprenticeship course with potential for a full-time position on completion

Future Prospects:
This is a great opportunity for you to develop skills that will be perfect for a career in technology.

 


Arts Therapist / Play Therapist / Psychological Therapist  - Beckmead Family of Schools

Grade Range: NJC Grade 10, points 30-32

Salary: £35751 - £37,722 FTE (£31,676 - £33713 pro rata) before deductions

Hours: 36 hours per week, Term time only including INSET days

Contract type: Permanent

Location: Beckmead family of Schools, Croydon – Various sites

Closing date: Thursday 20th May 2021 9am

Interviews: Friday 28th May 2021

Reports to: Senior Therapist / Heads of School

We are seeking an arts therapist, play therapist or child and adolescent psychotherapist / counsellor either as one full time post or two part time posts. The successful applicant(s) will be an integral part of our team across our school sites, providing individual, group and (dependent on training/ experience) family sessions as well as working to support the therapeutic approach of the schools generally.

The successful applicant(s) will need a flexible approach and will be passionate about providing a genuinely accessible and inclusive service that meets the complex therapeutic needs of our students and their families.  Excellent team work and communication skills are vital. Therapy is a valued part of our approach to working with our students and is well supported by the organisation.

Start date:     As soon as possible, to be agreed

Please note:  CVs are not acceptable

Application Process

For a brief informal discussion about the post or any further information contact Steve Cobbett, senior therapist 0208 777 9311 or email recruitment1@beckmeadtrust.org Visits to the site are still welcome.

Applications should be submitted on the Beckmead Family of Schools Non-Teaching Application form. Completed applications and enquiries should be sent to recruitment1@beckmeadtrust.org by the closing date.

Working as part of The Trust 

The Beckmead Trust is a behaviour-based Multi-Academy Trust of special schools that offer exceptional education and support for traumatised children and young people with SEMH, autism and challenging behaviour. The mission of our schools is founded on non-negotiable shared values based on foundation stone beliefs in the need for people to flourish.

Get involved and make a difference

We are seeking like-minded professionals to join our successful Trust. We are looking for people with an innovative, flexible and nurturing approach to supporting children to maximise their wellbeing and future life chances. We are recruiting an outstanding administrative practitioner who can support the delivery of of a range of community and youth services who will have experience of working with young people and stakeholders from a number of different settings. 

If you share our vision of Love, Flourishing, Community and Social Justice and if you have a desire to make a real difference to the lives of children we would welcome an application from you.