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Support Services Specific Learning Differences (SpLD) Tutor, 0.8 FTE

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We are looking for an SpLD Tutor to join our Disability & Dyslexia Team. The Service contributes to key strategic aims such as retention, achievement and satisfaction by providing expert advice and support and by assessing and arranging adjustments to enable students to participate fully in academic life and meet their full potential.  

The role of the SpLD Tutor is to provide specialist 1:1 study skills tuition and support for students diagnosed with Specific Learning Differences (SpLD), which may include Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Dyscalculia, in addition to other possible disabilities, such as Autistic Spectrum Conditions (ASC).  

In addition, the SpLD Tutor will have good working knowledge of adult SpLD screening tools and the ability to make independent decisions about the referral routes to formal diagnostic assessments and/or additional medical professionals.  

We are looking for someone with the relevant SpLD qualifications and experience with a commitment to work as part of a multi-disciplinary, in-house disability team. Above all, you will need the passion and enthusiasm to enable growth, development, and independent learning in our neurodiverse students alongside a willingness to participate in your own regular professional development.  

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Professional Services/Support staff up to Grade RU6 have access to the Local Government Pension Scheme; and on RU7 and above, have access to the University’s Retirement Savings Group Pension Plan, a defined contribution scheme, provided by Royal London.  Our full range of benefits are available here.

Further information can be found on the job description. If you would like to apply for this excellent opportunity, please click on ‘apply now’ or visit the working at Roehampton pages of our website and search ‘Disability’. If you have any specific questions on the role, please contact Sue Carter, Head of Disability & Dyslexia Services.

The University is committed to promoting diversity and equality of opportunity and aims to create a culture and environment where students and staff are treated fairly. The University is an equal opportunities and ‘disability confident’ employer. 

The closing date for completed applications is: Wednesday 6 September 2023

It is expected that interviews will be held on: Friday 15 September 2023

To enable us to respond to the market, we may interview before the closing date, so please don’t hesitate to get your application completed.

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