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Sports Coaches/Graduates - Hillingdon (College)

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Are you a SPORTS COACH or SPORTS GRADUATE looking for a new challenge…

Have you thought about working with young adults encouraging learning with sports?

We have a rewarding opportunity for sport specialists to work as learning support assistants at an outstanding college in Hillingdon. The college offers life-changing learning opportunities to young adults with a range of needs where sports are used regularly. With this college being part of a renowned academy trust with 7 colleges across London and Surrey this is a highly sought after role with real career prospects.

A job at this college is both a fulfilling and engaging experience working with young adults from 19-25 years olds with a range of needs including behavioural needs, autism, mental health and complex needs. Due to the needs of the students, they look for sport specialist staff to work closely with young adults that display challenging behaviour. Sports are a great tool used within the college to both manage behaviour, promote positive interactions, relationships and opportunities.

Experience working with autism, challenging behaviour, mental health, learning difficulties or physical disabilities is highly beneficial but not ideal. The college are open to pro-active sports trained staff that are able to build positive relationships, be a team player and can treat students as adults with the ability to contribute in education and within the community.

Roles are to start in September 2019 for an academic year with opportunities to become a permanent staff member so you do not want to miss THIS opportunity!

Make a difference using sports to uplift and encourage young adults with special educational at this outstanding college in Uxbridge.

Why work here?

  • Easy links to Metropolitan and Piccadilly line at Uxbridge Station with a 9 minute walk from the college
  • Part of an Ofsted rated 'Outstanding' College and Academy Trust with 7 colleges across London and Surrey
  • Regular work Monday to Friday during term time from September 2019 with permanent contract offers
  • Training offered both in-house and through subsidised courses with Teaching Personnel
  • Work with a strong team of friendly staff with a real passion for what they do
  • Work closely with a group of inspiring young adults making a tangible difference in their lives and outcomes

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.

Teaching Personnel is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided.

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