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Teaching Assistants - Autism

Job description

A provision based in Maidenhead is looking to hire for the New Year. The provision was set up to offer one to one support for Primary and Secondary pupils with Autism. The provision is taking on new pupils in 2020 and require 8 new Teaching Assistants/Tutors to join the team.

They required teaching assistants or tutors full time who are looking to kick start a career or continue a career working with pupils with Special Educational Needs.

The provision is offering a full training programme to new staff which will allow you to understand the pupils’ intervention plans and qualify as a Registered Behaviour Technician. You will work closely with a qualified Team Leader who will guide you through the training.

Job role

  • Working  one to one with pupils delivering their intervention programmes
  • Using reward based learning techniques to help the child learn key skills
  • Offering emotional support to pupils
  • Recording pupils progress and liaising with professionals
  • Supporting pupils with extra curricular activities

Successful Candidates:

  • Experience with children and adults with Special Educational Needs. (Desired not essential as full training will be provided)
  • Degree in Psychology, Health and Social, Childcare or Education (Desired)
  • A-Levels qualified (Essential)
  • Committed  to taking on  additional training  (Essential)
  • Dedicated to a career in Education, especially working with Special Educational Needs
  • Patient, nurturing  and resilient

This is a fantastic opportunity as the provisions have plans for further growth. The career progression can take you in numerous directions depending on your strengths, skills  and desires.

Please get in contact with Nicole Totterdell to find out more.

Call: 01183271556

Email: nicole.totterdell@teachingpersonnel.com

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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