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Teaching Support (autism) - Yeading

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Job description

Looking for a rewarding new job where you can make a real difference and work as part of a friendly and supportive school team?

Support young children with autism in education making learning fun and accessible TODAY!

An expanding primary school in Yeading are looking to appoint individuals with a passion to create opportunities and positive learning experiences for children with autism. Having personal or paid experience supporting children or young people with autism is highly beneficial, but not essential as training is provided. The school look for pro-active, dynamic and engaging teaching assistants who are open to working as a team and genuinely looking to make a difference supporting special needs.

With a year long contract and permanent contracts after the completion of a year the school are well known for investment in staff from day one and continuous support with development. Teaching and Therapy pathways are also available following a year at the school with access to real career progression.

Roles are to start immediately in KS2 classes supporting children 1:1 and 2:1 with new classes due to open from September 2019. They would be looking for committed support assistants local to Hayes and Yeading who will be both punctual and dedicated to helping pupils progress.

If you have experience and confidence with at least 3 of the bullet points we want to hear from you!

  • Calm, pro-active and engaging personality
  • Experience supporting autism or sensory needs
  • Nursery Nurse or Early Years practitioner
  • Special Needs teaching assistant
  • Recent graduate with interest in special needs support
  • Play worker
  • Understanding of the roots of behaviour and how to manage with autism
  • Confident in Early Years and National Curriculum framework
  • Open to supporting children with personal care (toileting) and daily life skills

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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