Are you a passionate about meeting individual needs? And are you, creative in your approach to helping young people to thrive? If you’re a driven individual with commitment to quality and continuous improvement, we have just the role for you.
We are on a journey to excellence with the purpose of promoting and encouraging children and young people with additional support needs to realise their potential.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and inspirational experienced Teacher who will be available on a Temporary basis to cover Maternity Leave, for approximately twelve months.
You will deliver quality education, planning and assessment to assigned pupils and contribute to the professional, collegiate life of the school and Donaldson Trust. You will create a motivating learning environment and programmes of work which take account of individual pupil needs.
A strong understanding of safeguarding, and demonstrable interest in working with neurodivergent children and young people are essential.
The post is subject to GTCS registration and PVG Scheme Record/Update for regulated work with children.
The post is based in our Linlithgow Campus.
We are looking for a highly motivated, solutions focused and enthusiastic Adult Services Lead who is passionate about innovation and making a difference.
The Donaldson Trust is the National Body for Neurodiversity. We pride ourselves on our person-centred approach and expertise, recognising the importance of tailored, flexible support services so we can truly meet the individual needs of neurodivergent children, young people and adults.
You will lead the operational management and further development of our Adult Services, ensuring best practice and highest standards of safeguarding and regulatory compliance. Our Adult Services, registered with the Care Inspectorate, currently include Gate and Treehouse in Linlithgow, West Lothian.
Taking on the role of Registered Manager, you will lead teams of Wellbeing Practitioners to ensure trainees are supported to achieve their ambitions using a wellbeing framework and a programme of learning and skills development activities designed to meet individual needs.
You will have experience of managing registered services, monitoring and evaluating outcomes and impact, and strong approach to performance management and quality improvement. With strong communication, collaborative and influencing skills, you will have a track record of leading, managing and developing effective teams.
As a member of a multidisciplinary leadership team, you will also contribute to the strategic development of services and organisational growth to increase our support of neurodivergent people. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced service manager looking to take the next step in their career.