Protocol are proud to be working in partnership with Quality Resourcing Solutions and New College Stamford to recruit for an SEN Funding Officer.
New College Stamford celebrated the outcome of its Ofsted visit in February 2017, with the inspection team confirming that the education provided by the college is ‘Good’ with a ‘well-established culture of high expectations’. Ofsted praised the role of leaders and managers in developing ‘a clear strategy that focuses on high standards’ and ‘careers rather than courses’, and complimented college lecturers for their delivery of ‘high-quality theory lessons and practical sessions’. Their next aim is to continue to strive for excellence and become an Ofted rated ‘Outstanding’ college.
New College Stamford is looking positively to the future with ambitious plans for the further development of the curriculum and facilities. Each year they teach thousands of full-time and part-time students and make every effort to give them high-quality education and meaningful opportunities to practise their skills in the workplace through work experience opportunities.
Their continued success is down to the hard work, determination and quality of our staff across the whole college. New College Stamford believe everyone has a part to play in doing all they can to further the success of the students and they value each and every member of staff. In return, you will become part of a passionate and friendly team with a supportive and inspiring ethos.
This is a full-time role (37 hours per week) to start from September 19, with an opportunity for the role to become permanent for the right candidate. To be suitable you must have strong administration skills and be proactive at communicating budgeting needs.
• Prepare and maintain regular reports on ALS
• Take responsibility for ensuring support is being delivered in line with the college contractual agreements.
• Manage working relationships with Local Authorities regarding ALS and high needs funding.
• Ensure the college receives support funding for Higher Education students as appropriate.
• Liaise with the Finance department in relation to payments received from Local Authorities and analysis of expected funding values and raising of payment requests and invoices.
Suitable candidates must meet the following criteria:
• Hold Level 2 Maths and English or equivalent.
• Previous experience of working with ALS is desirable but not essential.
• Have excellent communication skills.
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