Programme Assistant – Whole School SEND vacancy

News - 13 Sep 2019

An exciting new programme assistant vacancy is now available, to join the Whole School SEND team working on the Education Endowment Fund (EEF) review.

Too many children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) do not achieve their educational potential. To change this we need your help! 

This is an exciting fixed term role for an individual with outstanding administrative skills. If you are organised, detail driven and have a customer centric approach then we want to hear from you.

Whole School SEND is a consortium of schools, organisations and individuals committed to improving outcomes and experiences for children and young people with SEND. Whole School SEND is hosted by nasen, a membership charity committed to helping all individuals with SEND to achieve their full potential.

In this role you will support the project delivery team for the Education Endowment Fund (EEF)-funded Whole School SEND Review trial implemented across England.

You will be responsible for supporting the set-up, tracking, monitoring and reporting of the EEF funded Whole School SEND Review. An eye for detail and a flexible working approach is essential to ensure that we achieve our aims and deliver the best outcomes for children and young people with SEND.

In return you will have the opportunity to contribute to the successful delivery of a passionate and dynamic team. You will report to the Whole School SEND National Director.


Full job description:

Programme Assistant EEF Job Description 2019.doc


The role is based in central London and will be a full-time fixed term appointment until August 2020.  

To apply please email a cover letter and CV to:

You should ensure you demonstrate how you meet the person specification as set out above in your application.


The closing date for applications is the 1st October 2019 but applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis.

To arrange an informal discussion about this role please email Harriet Hannan, Senior Contract Manager via


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