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Youth Worker Teaching Assistant - Dagenham

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Youth Worker Teaching Assistant - PRU - Dagenham

£70- £85 daily rate - PAYE, no hidden fees

A lively behaviour school in Dagenham are looking for experienced behaviour teaching assistants to work in KS4 class supporting pupils with complex challenging behavioural needs; this will be for an immediate start with prospects for professional development! For the successful candidate there is the view to secure a permanent contract.

They are looking for at least 2 of the following qualities:

  • Previous experience working in a PRU or alternative provision
  • Graduate (Sociology, Sports, Criminology or Psychology)
  • Experienced Youth or Community Support Worker
  • Support workers from mental health facilities or high risk secure units
  • Sports coaches looking to transfer skills in supporting vulnerable young pupils' education
  • Confident , resilient , positive personality

The post is to start immediately and you will be required to commit to working during term time until the end of the academic year, with the possibility of becoming a permanent member of staff. The school caters for pupils that are of a challenging nature so you will have a good understanding to work with students that have emotional, behavioural needs, be of a positive, nurturing, confident personality. You will work closely with your colleagues to work cohesively to support challenging students in KS4 adopting a therapeutic approach to encourage learners to manage their emotions , overcome their barriers to learning, as well as improve their social and communication skills to further their education prospects .

If you have any of the above qualities and would like to be considered for this rewarding teaching assistant post in the Dagenham area then please either email your up to date CV or call Nootpa on 02075933078.

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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