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Support Worker

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Are you a motivated and dedicate individual?

Is your passion about helping others?

Do you want to make a difference every day you work?

We are recruiting for a Support Worker to work on a one to basis with a child in a Primary school for those with SEN. The school’s population has ages 2 -111 years old with each child having a Educational Healthcare Plan and have associated needs such as Autism, Moderate Learning Difficulties and Complex needs.

Your role as a Support Worker would be to work one on one with a pupil within the school. You will assist the pupils in all aspects of their day, from their time spent in the classroom, their break and lunch times, feeding and social interaction You as the Support Worker will be instrumental in providing a quality care to this young person to aid their progression within the school and beyond.

The facilities that will made available to include musical instruments for sessions, a wide variety of both indoor and outdoor play equipment for play centred learning and the support of a wide team of professionals who are there not only to support the young people progress but also to support you in your new role.

The support worker who is will be successful will have

  • Experience of a care or SEN environment
  • A positive and engaging personality
  • A love for supporting young people

In addition, you will need to complete all necessary vetting checks including proof of identity, a DBS on the Update Service and producing two recent references.

If you believe you are the perfect Support Worker and can make a difference in this young person life, please send your CV or contact Dan at Teaching Personnel today.

Working through Teaching Personnel allows for many benefits including

  • A team of consultants to look for roles for you and support you in the ones you find
  • A competitive wage of GBP57 per with options to rise
  • Access to a wide variety of CPD opportunities
  • Flexibility on your working conditions.

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. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later

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