Teaching:

Teaching posts are advertised on the BATOD website .  Enquiries can be made directly to the school. 

 

Doncaster Deaf Trust

Bank Staff 

The Doncaster Deaf Trust encompasses a nursery, school and the nationally renowned Communication Specialist College which provides high quality care and learning for a diverse range of children and young people who are hearing impaired or have communication difficulties.

In addition to our permanent core staff employed in the College, we are also able to offer an opportunity for people to gain valuable paid work experience in our College by joining our dedicated Bank Team.  Becoming a Bank Staff team member allows you to gain hands-on experience of the care work sector whilst providing a valuable source of additional support to our staff and learners.

We currently have a number of opportunities available for people to come and work alongside our full-time Pathway Learning Mentors in the residential, day-time education and short-term breaks areas of the College.

Offering support can be in many forms, such as helping our learners to travel and live independently, access the community or develop their skills and confidence in preparing for the next stage of their development.

The work is rewarding, enjoyable and fulfilling, and a number of our Bank team members have progressed onto permanent jobs in the college.

Advantages of being a Bank Staff team member:  

                                               

  • Flexible Working - you can arrange to work around your domestic commitments or your main job either during the day or evening or even just at the weekends. We arrange for you to only work and be paid for the hours that suit you.

                                   

  • Gain valuable experience - to help you offer the best support to our learners, we will give you the opportunity to learn sign language, and to undertake a recognised qualification in Health and Social Care

If you are interested in becoming a Bank Staff member please contact the Trust HR Manager, Phil Carter, at pcarter@ddt-deaf.org.uk 

 

The Trust supports Equal Opportunities in employment and welcomes applications from all areas of the community. We operate a non-smoking policy across our campus.

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Applicants will be required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)                                                                                                                                                                   

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