Contract TypeAll Year Round
Contract TermTemporary
Salary£26,444-£43,795 (Pro rata salary £13,222-£21,897.50)
Job RefSCCG2759
Posted03 Jul 2024
Closing Date19 Aug 2024
Interview Date28 Aug 2024

About the role

An exciting opportunity has a risen to be a teacher of Dyslexia as part of the Adult Skills Place Based Project Pilot. This is a novel collaborative project between Salford City College Group and Salford City Council. The aim of the project is to focus on engagement and participation of those hardest to reach across the most disengaged wards of Salford, particularly those where there are large disparities between claimant rate and engagement. In addition to those belonging to niche communities and/or adults with cognitive, neurodiverse or physical learning differences. This consists of utilising key agencies and partners across the city and is also the catalyst for aligning commissioning across Salford as part of multi-agency collaborative strategic planning. This role will involve supporting with consultation and engagement activities across the city. Secondments to the role may be considered.


  • We have Generous Terms and Conditions (Sixth Form College’s Association style terms and conditions) including 13 weeks holiday (195 days in College).
  • We have a 3pm finish on Fridays, Free on-site parking and various health and wellbeing resources and benefit schemes including 2 Staff Wellbeing days per year.
  • We offer automatic enrolment into the Teachers’ Pension Scheme with 28.68% employer pension contribution.
  • Our College is an incredible community, there is a lot that staff and their families can get involved with.
  • We have family friendly policies and we are happy to talk about flexible working.
  • We invest in our people and offer a range of training & career opportunities for all staff as part of our Be Outstanding Development programme.
  • We have an amazing Staff Benefits Package with discounts and savings for supermarkets, petrol, high-street retailers, holidays, cinemas and other leisure.
  • Our shared purpose: We believe in the value of education for a successful future and we want the best for our learners and our staff.
  • Our core values are at the heart of everything we do. Staff and students behave with respect, integrity and kindness.
  • 91% of staff are proud to work at the College


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The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and employees will, in accordance with statutory guidance, be subject to a comprehensive checking process including references from current and previous employers, health, right to work in the UK, an enhanced DBS check and a further check against the appropriate barred list.


The College strives to be a diverse and inclusive community and welcomes applications from people from all backgrounds.

Vacancy Documents
Teacher of Dyslexia Job Description.pdf
Teacher of Dyslexia - Advert.pdf

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