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SEN Teacher - Long term and supply positions available immediately

Are you dedicated, compassionate, motivated and inspirational? Do you have a keen interest in developing your own experience in the world of Special Educational Needs? Are you looking for the next step in your career?

If you hold either a PGCE or QTS and answered any of the above questions then you're exactly who we are looking for! We are the UK's largest recruitment agency and we are currently looking for SEN teachers to place in long term positions immediately.

I am looking to meet with SEN Teachers for a specialist schools in Northamptonshire that cater for either primary or secondary aged students predominantly with Autism, Learning difficulties and Speech and Language complications.

About the role:

  • SEN Teacher
  • Planning and delivering lessons that take the needs of the students into consideration
  • Assisting the children with their educational growth
  • Flexible working options available (part time & full time)
  • Work alongside a supportive SEN department and senior leadership team
  • Competitive rates of £120 - 145 per day (dependent on experience)

About you:

  • Hold UK QTS or equivalent teaching qualification
  • Experience working with children or adults with Special Educational Needs would be ideal but not necessary
  • You will be confident, determined, resilient, approachable, positive and motivated.
  • You will be calm, caring and conscientious
  • Commitment, initiative and excellent interpersonal skills is essential

If you fit the above criteria and are looking for a new exciting opportunity to further your career then please call Harry on 01604 521215.

SEN Teaching Assistant roles starting immediately

We are also currently recruiting for a Special Educational Needs Teaching Assistant position in the Northamptonshire area. As a Special Educational Needs Teaching Assistant you'll be working with young people who need extra support, or require an advanced programme of learning in order to reach their full educational potential. You will be supporting either individuals or small groups of pupils within, or outside the class. A key aspect of working in this field is identifying individual needs and being responsible for creating a safe, stimulating and supportive learning environment.

Your work will depend on the age of the children and their individual needs, but may include:

  • preparing learning materials under the supervision of the teacher
  • working inside or outside the classroom with individuals or groups
  • adapting support according to needs
  • looking after children's physical, social and emotional welfare
  • creating a stimulating environment
  • giving information and help to teachers
  • keeping records and attending review meetings

No qualifications are necessary, though if you have previous experience or feel confident in at least 3 of the following then don't hesitate to get in touch…

  • Youth/Community work experience
  • Youth Offending Service experience
  • Support/Care Work
  • Special Education Needs Experience (either within a work or a personal environment)
  • Experience in assisting people with social, emotional and mental health issues (either within a work or a personal environment)
  • Sports coaching, qualifications or experience
  • Mentoring/Tutoring
  • Teaching/Learning Support Assistance
  • Challenging behaviour outside of a school environment
  • Outgoing personality
  • Proactive
  • Degree in Psychology or education.

You'll work normal school hours, Monday to Friday during term time. Along with your classroom hours they may also provide training on learning difficulties like dyslexia or autism.

With experience, you may take a course to become a higher level teaching assistant (HLTA) or with further study you could become a fully qualified SEN or mainstream teacher.

We also offer a broad range of opportunities to work with secondary aged students and with students with a variety of different specialist needs. These include, but are not exclusive to, Autism, Severe Learning Difficulties, Profound Multiple Learning Difficulties, Physical Difficulties, hearing and visual impairments, Behavioural issues and Social, emotional and mental health issues.

If you fit the above criteria and are looking for a new exciting opportunity to further your career then please call Harry on 01604 521215.

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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