Special Education Need Coordinator Full time

  • The Third and Fourth Assalam School
  • Ar Rayyān. Qatar
  • Monthly Salary Range: $1000 - $1500
  • Job Id
  • Total Applications
  • Career Level
    MidLevel Management
  • Posted On
    1 August 2022
  • Expired Date
    30 September 2022
  • Gender
  • Minumum Years of Experience
  • Joining Date
    16 August 2022
  • Employment Type
  • Job Role
    Teaching and Academics
  • Job Status
    Full time
Teaching Special needs assistance Special education needs

Special Education Needs Coordinator (SENCO)

As a SENCO, you'll be an experienced teacher with a passion for supporting pupils with special educational needs. Working closely with the head teacher and other senior colleagues, you'll use your leadership skills to manage provision in your school and to provide support to other teachers. 

Your responsibilities will include designing and delivering interventions with pupils in the classroom and implementing the school strategy. You may also have classroom teaching duties and could be working in one school or across multiple schools. 

This role is also known as a special educational needs and disabilities coordinator (SENDCO), additional learning needs coordinator (ALNCo), or an additional support coordinator. You might also be interested in the role of a special educational need’s teacher. Special educational needs (SEN) teachers often progress to become a SENCO.

The Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MOEHE) and Education Above All Foundation (EAA) invite qualified candidates to apply for a full-time position in a secondary school in Doha, Qatar. The School launched in the 2021-2022 Academic Year and follow Years 7-13 of the International Cambridge Curriculum, in addition to vocational tracks according to the Pearson BTEC qualifications. The School provides access to high school completion for children who are not currently enrolled at schools in Qatar or are behind their grade level due to significant financial barriers. The School also provides academic continuity for students transferring from other MOEHE-EAA schools for out-of-school-children. The School is designed to adopt a dual approach, offering an academic track with an added applied-skills component to facilitate access to high school completion and the acquisition of hands-on, occupationally-aligned skills. The School operates under the governance of a School Board of Trustees, comprised of representatives from the Ministry of Education and Higher Education, Education Above All Foundation, University of Doha for Science and Technology, First Assalam School, as well as donor bodies. Under the supervision of the School Board, the new school has been established to provide an inclusive, transformative educational environment that acknowledges and respects children from diverse cultural, linguistic, and socio-economic backgrounds and facilitates their development of academic and applied, hands-on skills. The school aspires to nurture students’ resilience and independence such that they become active, contributing members of society.