Job Opportunities

Salary:
£28,100 per annum full time, paid pro-rata for 10 hours per week, actual annual salary £7,025 (40 hours per week full time equivalent.

Immediate start and fixed term to 31 March 2015 (there may be the prospect of future project work and teaching at the Dyslexia Action Centre)

Salary:
Circa £45,000 per annum (40 hours per week)

Dyslexia Action offers assessment services which are, in the main, delivered by independent consulting psychologists, working on a sessional basis, in line with agreed standards and specifications.

Salary:
Circa £45,000 per annum (40 hours per week)

Dyslexia Action offers assessment services which are, in the main, delivered by independent consulting psychologists, working on a sessional basis, in line with agreed standards and specifications. 

Consulting psychologists who can conduct psychometric assessments to Dyslexia Action's specifications on a consultancy basis at various locations in England, Wales and Scotland are always welcomed.

Salary:
Sessional pay

We are looking for a teacher holding a specialist dyslexia qualification to join our Leeds team and work at both our Leeds Centre and Collingham outpost. A current Assessment Practising Certificate and the ability to carry out diagnostic assessments would be desirable.

Salary:
£32,000 per annum full time (40 hours per week). We would consider applications for part-time (32 hours per week, actual annual salary £25,600).

Centre Principals co-ordinate the professional work of Dyslexia Action. We are looking for a dynamic person to co-ordinate a team of specialists to deliver teaching, assessments and local training and projects to schools, colleges and employers.

Salary:
Sessional pay

We are looking for a teacher holding a specialist dyslexia qualification to join our Nottingham team. A current Practising Certificate is desirable. This position would suit someone who is flexible, highly motivated and prepared to teach both primary and secondary pupils.

Salary:
Sessional pay

Specialist teachers develop and deliver the teaching programmes and other activities within our centres. This includes working with young people and adults and undertaking project work where required. Specialist Teachers also contribute to the promotion of dyslexia awareness locally.