teaching assistant (sen) - #59790

Digby Morgan


Date: 2 weeks ago
City: Littlehampton
Salary: £85 - £95 per day
Contract type: Full time

summary

  • littlehampton, south east
  • £85 - £95 per day, free parking, public transport accessible
  • contract
  • specialism education
  • sub specialism special needs teaching
  • reference number PR-1088-TALHTU41
job details

Do you want to support students who need some extra support?

Do you want to join a supportive team that have the same visions and values as you?

Are you an experienced TA looking for your next challenge?

Join a dynamic and inclusive team committed to fostering accessible education for all. Situated at the heart of the community, the school is driven by a shared mission to enact positive change. We're currently seeking a compassionate and resilient Learning Support Assistant to join the award-winning team immediately.

About the School:

The school serves approximately 75 pupils with moderate to severe Special Educational Needs (SEN), including Autism, communication difficulties, and complex behavioural challenges. The setting is equipped with top of the range facilities, they are constantly adapting to meet the growing demand for their outstanding services. The team is deeply dedicated to providing a tailored and diverse curriculum to meet the unique needs of each student. Under the guidance of a leadership team committed to staff development, the school offers a fulfilling and supportive work environment.

The ideal candidate will possess the confidence and expertise needed to support learners with complex needs. This rewarding role involves providing personalised support to SEN learners on a 1:1 and small group basis, Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

If you are ready to make a positive impact and be part of a team that values and supports both its learners and staff, seize this opportunity to join a thriving educational community. Your journey towards a rewarding career in education begins here! Apply now and be a vital part of this inspiring learning environment.

Benefits:

Competitive pay rates with regular reviews

Career development opportunities

Fully funded training and qualifications

Free tea, coffee and biscuits!

Requirements:

Experience working in an SEN or care setting preferable

Right to work in the UK - sponsorship is not provided

Maths and English GCSE "C" or equivalent

DBS on the update service (desirable)

If you wish to apply, or find out more please get in touch! Call Sara on 01293 527416!

Not the right role for you? We have an array of positions that may also be of interest to you. If you know someone who would be interested, please pass along their contact details. You could earn up to £300 in shopping vouchers!

Safety and Compliance: Randstad Education maintains the highest standards of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process, which includes an enhanced DBS check

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Do you want to support students who need some extra support?

Do you want to join a supportive team that have the same visions and values as you?

Are you an experienced TA looking for your next challenge?

Join a dynamic and inclusive team committed to fostering accessible education for all. Situated at the heart of the community, the school is driven by a shared mission to enact positive change. We're currently seeking a compassionate and resilient Learning Support Assistant to join the award-winning team immediately.

About the School:

The school serves approximately 75 pupils with moderate to severe Special Educational Needs (SEN), including Autism, communication difficulties, and complex behavioural challenges. The setting is equipped with top of the range facilities, they are constantly adapting to meet the growing demand for their outstanding services. The team is deeply dedicated to providing a tailored and diverse curriculum to meet the unique needs of each student. Under the guidance of a leadership team committed to staff development, the school offers a fulfilling and supportive work environment.

The ideal candidate will possess the confidence and expertise needed to support learners with complex needs. This rewarding role involves providing personalised support to SEN learners on a 1:1 and small group basis, Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

If you are ready to make a positive impact and be part of a team that values and supports both its learners and staff, seize this opportunity to join a thriving educational community. Your journey towards a rewarding career in education begins here! Apply now and be a vital part of this inspiring learning environment.

Benefits:

Competitive pay rates with regular reviews

Career development opportunities

Fully funded training and qualifications

Free tea, coffee and biscuits!

Requirements:

Experience working in an SEN or care setting preferable

Right to work in the UK - sponsorship is not provided

Maths and English GCSE "C" or equivalent

DBS on the update service (desirable)

If you wish to apply, or find out more please get in touch! Call Sara on 01293 527416!

Not the right role for you? We have an array of positions that may also be of interest to you. If you know someone who would be interested, please pass along their contact details. You could earn up to £300 in shopping vouchers!

Safety and Compliance: Randstad Education maintains the highest standards of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process, which includes an enhanced DBS check

  • experience

    Teaching
  • skills

    behaviour management,communication,empathy,resilience
  • education

    high school

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