Job Details - Co-Ordinator - Support for Inclusion/Cydlynydd Cynhwysiad

Co-Ordinator - Support for Inclusion/Cydlynydd Cynhwysiad

Ref: PC/HRA5164/8447

Salary: £64,956 - £68,419 PER ANNUM/£64,956 - £68,419 Y FLWYDDYN
Closing Date: 12:00, 28 October 2021

This is an exciting opportunity at a time of significant change for a suitably qualified and experienced person to manage and co-ordinate the Inclusion Service. The Inclusion Service provides support for schools and families for children and young people with a wide range and high level of additional learning needs (ALN). The Service consists of a number of services including the Additional Learning Needs Support Service 0-16 and post 16, the Educational Psychology and School Based Counselling Service, the Support for Learning Service and the Wellbeing and Behaviour Service, along with commissioned services. The successful candidate will be committed to effective partnership working with other agencies to provide the best possible outcomes for children with ALN, while planning for the implementation of new legislation and practices through ALN reform.

You will need to be resilient and resourceful; you will have stamina and possess proven leadership skills. You will be able to give sound advice to mainstream and special schools about how best to support pupils with ALN and you will have the credibility to foster and develop excellent working relations with schools, families and wider agencies in NPT. You will ensure that all the most vulnerable pupils in NPT are given access to the highest quality learning experience that we can provide.

You will be committed to a Person Centred Practice (PCP) approach to working, providing high quality training, support and intervention. You will work with a range of services to ensure effective processes to provide high quality planning, while placing the child at the centre of decision making.

You will provide vision, direction and strategic leadership for the Inclusion Service, embrace challenge and be a passionate supporter of achievement for all. You will be committed to the concept of inclusive education and will have an excellent understanding of the challenges facing schools, children and young people and their families within NPT.

The post is full time and applications are welcomed from professionals with the appropriate experience and qualifications.

Applications may be submitted in Welsh, applications submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than an application submitted in English

Neath Port Talbot Council is totally committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Our schools/employees are equally committed to ensuring the safety and protection of all children and young people and will take action to safeguard their wellbeing.

The recruitment process for this post will be underpinned by rigorous safer recruitment assessment to ensure that children and young people are protected.

This post is subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service Enhanced Disclosure (Child/Adults).

For an informal discussion, please contact Hayley Lervy, Head of Service for Early Years, Inclusion and Partnerships email

You may apply online at the Authority’s website or contact the HR Recruitment Team by e-mail at or by telephone (01639) 686837 quoting the post title and reference number.

Welsh: Desirable

If you wish to conduct this process in Welsh, please contact the Employment Support Team on