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EHCP Coordinator

Job details
Posting date: 29 May 2024
Salary: £37,443 to £42,840 per year
Hours: Full time
Closing date: 21 June 2024
Location: Kingston Upon Thames, South West London
Remote working: Hybrid - work remotely up to 3 days per week
Company: Achieving for Children Community Interest Company
Job type: Temporary
Job reference: 1606


We are looking for a new EHCP Coordinator to join us on a fixed term 12 month contract.

SEND Education, Health and Care Plan Coordinators are required to work closely with service providers and families in order to ensure that the provision outlined in the EHC Plans is being effectively delivered and to take appropriate action where this is not the case. This will include managing the EHC Needs Assessment, presenting requests to the SEN Panel, coordinating assessments from other agencies, drafting and finalising the plan with families.

To support this, coordinators will be expected to manage processes including Annual Reviews, Transition Reviews, provision and placement requests and requests to change parts of the EHCP. Coordinators are also expected to lead Annual Reviews as required and to input into monitoring systems for the management of all Review processes. As part of this role coordinators will be required to meet with parents, schools and other agency representatives in order to negotiate, identify and develop positive solutions where children and young people have a complex range of needs.

Previous experience required and knowledge of the SEND Code of Practice 0-25 Years and The Children and Families Act 2014

For further information about this role, please contact Helen Mayne by email for an informal discussion.

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