Exciting job opportunities available at nasen

News - 10 May 2018

nasen is looking to recruit to a number of roles to join the new Whole School SEND Project Management Team.

The  new project aims to lead the way in providing crucial support for schools to develop sustainable models of workforce development in SEND.

To submit an application for any of the roles advertised, please refer to the individual job descriptions and necessary application guidance. 

Please note that all roles are fixed term until March 2020. 

Whole School SEND National Director 

WSS National Director - Job Description.pdf

WSS National Director Application Guidance.pdf

WSS National Director Application form.docx

Applications for the Whole School SEND National Director should be sent to: adamb@nasen.org.uk

Whole School SEND Regional SEND Leader x 8 posts available  

   

WSS Regional SEND Leader - Job Description V2.pdf

WSS Regional SEND Leader Application Guidance.pdf

WSS SEND Leaders application form.docx

Applications should be sent to charlotter@nasen.org.uk

Whole School SEND Deputy Regional SEND Leader x 8 posts available 

    

WSS Deputy Regional SEND Leader Job Description V2.pdf

  

WSS Deputy Regional SEND Leader Application Guidance.pdf

WSS SEND Leaders application form.docx

Applications should be sent to charlotter@nasen.org.uk

Programme Assistant 

Programme Assistant Job Description.pdf

Applications should be sent to charlotter@nasen.org.uk

 

 

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