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Behaviour Unit, Teaching Assistant

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Job description

Teaching Assistant in North Somerset

Behaviour Unit

ASAP start

Q- Have you had experience working with children with challenging behaviour before?

Q - Are you a resilient and calming character, with Behaviour Management abilities?

If you are a graduate looking to step foot into the world of education and are interested in applying for this specific role? Why not try Teaching Personnel, as we have an excellent relationship with schools all over North Somerset and Bristol.

About the role

  • Behaviour Support Teaching Assistant
  • Working across KS3,4 & 5
  • Supporting pupils on a 1:1 & group basis
  • Inspiring and motivating pupils to success
  • ASAP Start - Full Time
  • £60 £70 - per day
  • Enthusiastic graduate

Behaviour Support Teaching Assistant - Successful Candidate Specification

  • Will attain a University degree
  • You must be a caring and supportive graduate
  • Must be willing to work hard, and go above and beyond for all
  • Strong knowledge of behaviour management will be key
  • Must have experience working with children in an educational setting

If you are interested in applying for this specific role, there will be a child work force DBS needed to ensure you can work in the school. If you do not attain one, you can apply for one online. This will speed up the process of you being able to start work straight away.

Teaching Personnel are seeking this enthusiastic individual who is looking for a full time role, the school was rated by OFSTED as outstanding. This North Somerset School are really excited to have a new Teaching Assistant joining their team in the behaviour unit, working with the pupils who are having trouble settling in their normal lessons.

Location

Bristol, South West of England.

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see teachingpersonnel.com/faqs for details.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

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