Date Required May
Positions Family Liaison Officer
(Temporary one-year contract in the first instance)
Hours per week, term time plus 5 development days.
of flexible hours/days)
£24,319- £27,041 pro rata to FTE
salary £21,510 - £23,918
Reporting to Deputy
Learning Centre (ILC) is a pupil referral unit that supports some of the most
vulnerable young people on the island. An exciting opportunity now exists for a
Family Liaison Officer, this is a temporary one-year contract in the first
The ILC have
engaged with the NHS in a new and exciting project to support students and
families with their mental health. This is called the Wellbeing Support
service. This service will provide early intervention support for children who
present with traits of Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC), Attention deficit and
hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and or attachment disorder, before they are
referred for diagnosis.
applicant will have:
experienced and confident enough to represent the ILC in CIN/CP meetings,
working closely with multi agencies and leading Early Help.
an excellent working knowledge of neurodiversity including ADHD and ASD and
Would you be
interested in supporting young people with learning difficulties or social,
emotional and mental health issues?
candidate will be able to help remove barriers to students’ learning and enable
them to achieve their potential. Promotion of good attendance a huge part of
be held Thursday 15th April 2021
Friday 9th April 2021
information or an informal discussion please contact Carrie Drake, Assistant
Headteacher/SENDco Island Learning Centre on 01983 30033.
Learning Centre is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of
children and young people. All applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS
check before appointment is confirmed.
council and its schools recruit according to the council’s Safer Recruitment
policy and are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children
and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share in this commitment.
The Isle of Wight Council protects its
employees from discrimination, we actively promote the diversity of our
workforce and we provide flexible working options (where appropriate) to
support the different needs of our employees.
The Isle of Wight Council is an equal opportunities employer and is
proud to encourage applications from all cultures, backgrounds and abilities to
better reflect the diversity within our local community.
In addition to the above, the Isle of
Wight Council is a Disability Confident Employer. This means that providing an
individual meets the basic essential requirements of the advertised role and
have declared themselves as disabled, they will be offered an opportunity for
an interview within the council.