Deputy Manager - Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) Team

Sandwell, West Midlands
£37,654 - £40,490
23 Oct 2020
05 Nov 2020
Job role
Contract Type
Full time

This is an exciting opportunity to join our successful and valued, multi- professional service, supporting our schools and settings to achieve best outcomes for their children and young people with SEN/ D.

We are seeking a confident and skilled deputy manager for our Social Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH)Team. The SEMH Team has a key role in Sandwell’s initiative to improve outcomes for children with social, emotional and mental health difficulties. The role involves supporting the SEMH Team Manager in co-ordinating and monitoring the work of the SEMH Team as well as working collaboratively with strategic partners to achieve the outcomes of the BLISS strategy.

You will also provide advisory support as part of a multi- professional team to identified schools.

The deputy manager will be a skilled teacher with significant understanding and experience in the field of SEMH, who can demonstrate that they can lead and develop initiatives within an education organisation.  

If this sounds like you, and you are looking for your next challenge, you will be joining a knowledgeable and supportive team.

We can offer you an extensive induction programme with on- going collaborative support, CPD and smart working technology.

This post requires an Enhanced DBS Check.

If you would like to discuss this role, please do contact Jane Campbell on 07747794578.

Our Values; TrustUnity and Progress make us unique, they define how we do things and are reflected in the way we behave. They are important to us, guiding and shaping our organisational culture. Our values are key to us achieving Sandwell’s Vision 2030 and also guide us when we recruit.


27.5 hours per week

This advert will close as soon as sufficient applications are received. Therefore, you are strongly advised to complete and return your application as soon as possible. When completing your application please refer to the supporting documents attached.

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