EHCP Case Co-ordinator – Permanent
This is a Gloucestershire County Council job.
- Job Title: EHCP Case Co-ordinator
- Job Location: Shire Hall, Block 4, 3rd Floor
- Salary: £28,900 – £32,020 per annum
- Hours per Week: 37.00
- Contract Type: Permanent
- Closing Date: 01/10/2023
- Job Requisition Number: 7512
- This post is not open to job share
Help to improve outcomes for children and young people with SEND in Gloucestershire
In Gloucestershire, our focus is on enabling an inclusive education system, providing the right support at the right time and in the right place. As a local authority we are committed to improving outcomes for children and young people and are investing in our capacity through creating additional posts within Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP) service and other SEND services to help us to meet local need.
Our EHCP service is there to support those who may need additional help to meet short or long needs to help children and young people fulfil their potential, and we currently have vacancies for EHCP Case Coordinators on a permanent, part time and maternity cover basis.
How you’ll make a difference…
As part of our EHCP service you will working closely with education providers, developing strong working relationships across education, health, social care, young people and their families to improve outcomes and ensure access to inclusive and appropriate education for all children and young people with SEND.
What we need from you…
You will have excellent communication skills and the ability to work co-productively and creatively with other professionals, children and young people and their families, to address identified needs. You will need to have empathy for the challenges that young people and their families experience, as well as competence in assessing and reviewing the needs of vulnerable children, young people and their families.
You will need experience, knowledge and understanding of the SEND Code of Practice and its application.
What you’ll get in return…
Successful candidates will join us at a time of exciting change which offer a real opportunity to improve outcomes for young people. Being part of a service that is supportive, offer development opportunities and cares passionately about meeting the needs of Gloucestershire’s children and young people.
• Training and Development opportunities inc. Ipsea and Nasen, LASEN Training
• Flexible working opportunities
• A service structure that provides progression opportunities
• Annual leave of 25.5 rising to 30.5 days per year after 5 years, plus bank holidays
• Local Government Pension Scheme
• Competitive salaries
• Opportunity to purchase additional leave
• Wide ranging multi agency working
• Employee Benefits Programme
Please see job profiles for more detail information on the role.
Interviews will take place: Week commencing 9th October 2023
To access the Job Profile for this role, please follow the link below:-
This Position is subject to a DBS check
Gloucestershire County Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people or vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
We want to be an employer of choice, attracting and retaining excellent people to work for us, so that we can best serve all of Gloucestershire’s diverse communities. Our promise to you is that we will provide an inclusive and supportive working environment that enables you to bring your whole self to work and realise your full potential.
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