|Salary||£60 - £65 per hour||Sector||Social Care|
Candidates who apply for this position must have experience in completing the following tasks
- Contribute to team planning arrangements with schools.
- Collaborate in work with other disciplines as appropriate.
- Consult to SENCOs, teachers, parents and other professionals.
- Undertake classroom observation and learning environment assessment
- Undertake individual specialist psychological assessment where appropriate.
- Feedback to schools using agreed formats Maintain records of work in schools and with individual pupils using agreed formats and electronic databases.
- Provide consultation to relevant adults working with children and young people.
- Deliver training on specific areas (in collaboration with other disciplines as appropriate)
- To provide statutory psychological advice within specified time periods.
- To participate in annual reviews. To plan, in collaboration with SEN Management, the LA response to SEND.
- Tribunals and to represent the LA in such Tribunals.
- To monitor, evaluate and review identified independent and out of county education placements.
- To attend area designated SEN Panels.
- To offer initial consultation/assessment for early years children with likely SEN.
- To provide advice to parents/carers, EY settings and the LA on how to meet children’s SEN needs.
- To respond within timescales specified by the Local Authority
- To maintain records as required by the LA or EP Service.
- To contribute to multi-agency assessment processes agreed with Health partners.
- To provided consultation to EY providers as required by contract with Early Years and Children Care Service.
- To attend and contribute to Area and Surrey wide EP meetings.
- To participate in area based peer supervision arrangements.
- To monitor, as part of the Area team, professional development and resource needs.
- To attend Surrey wide CPD development meetings, including all mandatory ones.
- To fulfil the Health Professions Council requirements for registration.