Are you an outstanding BSL teacher looking for a new challenge? Are you able to teach BSL at the higher levels? This is a fantastic opportunity to work for the Centre for Deaf Education at City Lit as part of the BSL Team.
If you are thinking of your next move and interested in being part of our BSL Teachers team, now is the time to consider City Lit. We are currently looking for BSL Teachers –to form part of our Team and deliver BSL courses spanning across weekdays, week evenings and weekends as and when these become available.
Duties: This role will be supporting a child in EYFS (Reception class) who has Cochlear implants. They require someone who has knowledge of education as well as being BSL level 3 trained. They would be required full time to support early language development as well as develop sign language for the pupil and parents.
Oundle School in Northamptonshire is one of the country’s leading co-educational boarding and day schools. We are seeking a Sign Language Tutor to work part-time as a member of the Community Action team.
The Phoenix Group for Deaf Children and Young Adults require a freelance Communication Support Worker Level 3 or above from March 2020 onwards.
BSL Level 1 teacher required at East Sussex College.
Frank Barnes is an innovative and exciting sign bilingual school for profoundly Deaf Children with a national and international reputation as a centre of excellence in Deaf Education. We have recently been awarded Outstanding Status by Ofsted for the fourth consecutive inspection and have a commitment to high quality education as well as your professional development. We are a friendly, supportive school, based in Camden, a short walk from St Pancras International Station with good rail links across London and beyond. In 2015, the school moved to a state of the art building at King’s Cross and is co-located with a mainstream primary school.
If you are thinking of your next move and interested in being part of our BSL Teachers team, now is the time to consider City Lit.
Lead responsibility for level 3 and 4 BSL and special responsibility for Employer Engagement – BSL training.
Sessional tutor required to teach BSL Level 1 and 2 Sign Language. The Level 1 course which is being offered this year on a Thursday evening will progress into a Level 2 course in academic year 2018/19.
It’s important to us that our teachers enjoy what they do, and they have everything they need to be inspiring, motivating, and knowledgeable.