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Teaching Assistant (SEN)

Job description

  • Guaranteed until the end of the academic year, with the opportunity to secure a permanent role in September 2019.
  • Experience working with ASC and challenging behaviour is essential for this position - Graduates, Level 2/3 Teaching Assistants and experienced Support Assistants are welcome to apply for this position.
  • Must hold or be willing to apply for an Enhanced Child Workforce DBS Certificate.
  • Competitive daily pay rates, up to £1200 per month depending on previous experience.

The SENCO wishes to appoint an SEN Teaching Assistant who has experience working alongside students that have identified needs, students with ASC and children that show signs of challenging behaviour. The school have highlighted that the incoming SEN Teaching Assistant must be able to work alongside students, promoting positive learning and behaviour whenever possible and are able to help them make consistent improvements in class.

It is expected that the successful SEN Teaching Assistant is enthusiastic, energetic and proactive, but also has a calming nature working alongside students with SEN. The diffusion of challenging situations is also required, enabling lessons to run smoothly and positively.

For immediate consideration please send an updated CV via the link below or contact the Manchester Sen Branch for further information on the number below;

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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