• Lleoliad: Cardiff,
  • Testun: Athro
  • Cytundeb: Dros dro
  • Math o gyflog: Annual
  • Salary Range: £30,000.00 - £35,000.00
  • Iaith: Saesneg
  • Dyddiad Cau: 08 Hydref, 2023 12:00 y.b

This job application date has now expired.



Cyngor Caerdydd
About The Service
Salary: MPS/UPS (£29,278 - £45,085)

Cardiff's Inclusion Service are looking to appoint an experienced, dynamic and enthusiastic teacher on a temporary full time basis to this well-established support service.

Working as part of Cardiff Education's Inclusion Service, you will support the schools and staff to develop and promote the Whole School Approach to Emotional and Mental Wellbeing (WSAEMW) across the Primary and Secondary Sector.

About the job
The successful applicant will join a range Specialist Teachers, Teaching Assistants and Healthy School Officers. The role will involve a range of different experiences, working in primary and secondary mainstream schools, supporting schools with the rollout of the Whole School Approach to Emotional and Mental Wellbeing (WSAEMW). Through the role you will contribute to raising awareness, increasing expertise and knowledge across our schools, and model and support excellent inclusive practice in the field of Emotional and Mental Wellbeing. This role incorporates working with organisations to create change and develop practice to support staff and learners.

What We Are Looking For From You
We are looking for a teacher with a sound understanding of Emotional and Mental Wellbeing and broad experience supporting learners with and staff with these needs. In addition, this post requires a person with excellent interpersonal and organization skills.

The successful candidate would need to be flexible, empathetic, with a strong understanding of the WSAEMW documentation. They would need to be able to adapt their communication and interactive style to suit a range of settings and situations, and be able to build strong professional relationships.

A good understanding of ICT, competent ICT skills and the ability to analyse and evaluate data would be an advantage.

The world of education is a fast-changing one, and the successful candidate would need to be able to take a positive approach to working in such an environment of change.

We are looking for someone who has:
  • A sound understanding of Emotional Health and Mental Wellbeing
  • Evidence of ongoing CPD within the field of Emotional and Mental Wellbeing
  • Significant proven teaching experience of working with learners with Emotional and Mental Wellbeing and leading school-based improvement projects in this area.
  • Secure knowledge and evidence of understanding both local and national initiatives and developments in relation to emotional health and mental wellbeing needs
  • Excellent time management and organisational skills
  • Experience of multi-agency working .
  • Experience of applying person centred planning approaches
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively with a range of stakeholders
  • The ability to manage change, problem solve, use high levels of initiative and manage own workload effectively

Additional information
If you require further information about this post or would like an informal conversation, please contact Kassia Morris kmorris

We aim to interview on the 6th November.

This post is temporary until 31/03/2024.

Internal candidates who wish to apply for this position on a secondment basis must obtain approval prior to application using Form SEC1 (4.C.081). Requests may only be approved by the relevant Director/ Assistant Director/ Chief Officer or senior nominated officer graded no lower than OM2 or in the case of schools based staff the Headteacher / Governing Body.

This post is suitable for a post share.

This post has a requirement for registration with the Education Workforce Council.

This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.

Safeguarding and Child Protection are key priorities for the Council. We aim to support children and vulnerable adults to ensure they are as safe as they can possibly be. Our services and schools are committed to ensuring the safety and protection of all children and vulnerable adults, and will take action to safeguard their well-being, and acknowledge that children and vulnerable adults have a right to protection. This is supported in the general ethos of the Council and all schools.

We welcome applications in both English and Welsh. Applications received in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than English applications.

Please note the Council does not accept CV's. When completing the supporting information section of your application, please ensure you refer to the below located on our website :

Important information you need read in order to complete your application:-
  • Application Guidance
  • Applying for jobs with us
  • Behavioural Competency Framework

Additional Information:-
  • Employee Charter
  • Recruitment of Ex-Offenders
  • Privacy Notice
  • Job Description and Person Specification