Job Description Class Teacher, Specialist Provision (Permanent) – PKC05254 £22,866 – £36,480 Robert Douglas Memorial Primary School, Scone, Perth An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic and dynamic teacher to join our team in the Specialist Provision at RDM. You will work with with the class team to liaise with parents, children and professionals to develop high quality and engaging learning experiences for a wide range of children who have a variety of social communication and learning needs. When completing your application for this post, please ensure that you provide contact details for two referees, including email addresses. One should be your current or most recent employer. If you are already employed as a teacher with Perth & Kinross Council, you are only required to provide 1 reference, which must be from your current Head Teacher. Please APPLY ONLINE. Facilities are available at all public libraries in Perth and Kinross. If you have a disability and require reasonable adjustments, please callto discuss. The Individual The suitable applicant should be highly motivated, flexible and be able to demonstrate excellent inter personal skills. Being an excellent team player is a key feature of this post. Experience in planning and implementing highly differentiated and elaborated curriculums would be beneficial. The individual will be highly skilled in listening and responding to learners’ needs demonstrating the skills, qualities and enthusiasm to further develop and build on the existing high standards of learner experiences within our school. The candidate will be highly committed to promoting and further developing the already strong ethos of inclusion at RDM. As part of our safer recruitment measures, Perth & Kinross Council carries out rigorous checks on the right to work in the UK, qualifications, employment history, including references, and fitness to undertake the post. Some jobs may have been traditionally carried out predominately by one gender, but we would encourage you to apply if you meet the requirements, irrespective of your gender. Find out more about working for Perth & Kinross Council and living in one of the most scenic areas of Scotland here.
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