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LSA and Behaviour mentor position - Hounslow (£60 to £75 a day)

Job description

Learning Support Assistant needed at a Good Ofsted rated school based in Hounslow - £60 to £75 a day

A school based in Hounslow are looking for support staff to work with students with SEN and assist with challenging behaviour

A school seeking Learning Support Assistants in Hounslow are interviewing this week and next for a full time role starting in September. They are looking for people to join their friendly staff, the ideal candidate would have some SEN experience or knowledge, however this is not compulsory.

This position will be working with children with SEN (autism/ADHD) or challenging behaviour.

If you are available next week and you are looking for a full time role, please apply below.

LSAs and Behaviour mentors needed in Hounslow

Details about the role are below:

  • Ideally candidates will have experience with challenging behaviour or working with children with SEN
  • A bachelor degree would be preferable for this position (e.g. BSc, BA, BEd)
  • The school received a rating of "good" from Ofsted as the strong leadership has continued the schools development
  • It would be a full-time role, working 5 days-a-week from 8:30am - 3:30pm
  • The daily pay rate ranges from £60-£75 a day depending on experience and qualifications
  • Accessible via public or personal transport

The Role

The school are looking to hire LSAs and behaviour specialists to join their committed and dedicated team. The role would start in September with interviews commencing this week and next as the schools plan to have their staffing organised as early as possible. The ideal candidate will have experience with challenging behaviour and SEN at several schools. This specific role will require candidates to work on a 1:1 basis and with small groups, as such, experience in a variety of different size groups would be ideal.

The School

The school aims to build student confidence and provide them with the qualifications needed to build a future at university or elsewhere. There is an expectation of high commitment from students, staff and parents to ensure the high teaching standards are continued.

Ofsted have rated the school as "outstanding" as leaders and governors have worked to raise student achievement. They stated:

"students' spiritual, moral, social and cultural skills are well developed."

The high quality teaching at the school means the curriculum meets the needs of students of all abilities.

To Apply

If you would like to be considered for this opportunity please apply to this ad or send a copy of your CV to Conor Taylor at the London Secondary Branch who will then be in touch.

If you would like more information please give call the London Bridge South Secondary Branch at Teaching Personnel.

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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