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Assistant SEN Advocate x2

SEN Specialist Advocacy Services is a national company that provides advocacy and tribunal support to SEN parents. Due to the growing demand for our services a position has opened to assist the Principal SEN Advocate with a range of duties including:

  • Giving advice to families, schools and professionals on the EHCP process.

  • Managing a range of SEN cases, including tribunal appeals.

  • Communicating with parents, professionals and other key stakeholders.

  • Carrying out checks on paperwork (in line with services offered by SENSAS)

  • Writing reports for families, schools and professionals when required.

  • Submitting tribunal appeals on behalf of families and complying with deadlines.

  • Attending professional meetings as a representative to support and advocate for SEN parents.

  • Dealing with initial enquiries via telephone and email.

  • Representing families at SEN tribunals, if required.

  • Assisting the Principal SEN Advocate and Business Manager with other duties relating to the service.


Desirable qualifications and experience:


  • ISPEA SEN Training or equivalent SEN Law course.

  • A minimum of 2 years’ experience working in or with Special Educational Needs (SEN) processes – such as with Education, Health and Care Plans, reviews, seeking diagnoses, liaising with professionals, knowledge of SEN system and funding.

  • Experience working with SEN families.

  • A sound understanding of the EHC plan process.

  • Ability to manage a caseload and meet deadlines.

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

  • Excellent organisational skills.

  • Ability to use Microsoft Office and Google Suite programmes.

  • An understanding and experience of working with confidential information and data protection protocols.

This position will be offered on an ad-hoc / contract basis and work will be based according to business demands.

Salary / pay rates will be based on relevant experience.


Please send your CV and expression of interest to

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