Primary Trained SEN Teaching Assistant Required

Recruiter
PK education
Location
Birmingham
Salary
£8.00 per hour
Posted
29 Sep 2017
Closes
14 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Primary Trained SEN Teaching Assistant Required

PK Education is currently looking for a Primary trained SEN Teaching Assistant to work within one of our client schools in the Birmingham area. This role is a full-time role for one term which could potentially continue until the end of the academic year.

The school: They are graded outstanding by Ofsted, and are a Community Special School.

Their values:

They promote an environment where “children develop independence and confidence; and learn through curiosity, play and enquiring.”

Determination and Patience – “we try again”; “we do good waiting”

• Kindness – “we help each other”

• Respect – “we keep the school tidy and listen to each other”

• Courage and Bravery – “we face our fears and go for it”

• Happiness and Joy – “we have fun at school”

• Team Work – “we work together”

• Independence – “we can do unaided work on our own”

The ideal candidate should have the following:

• Level 3 qualification: Supporting Learning in Schools (or equivalent course).

• Or level 6 qualification: Childhood Studies degree (or equivalent course).

• Experience working with SEN students.

• Flexible and available for full time work.

• Current, valid DBS (update service).

• Excellent knowledge and understanding of safeguarding policies.

The ideal candidate should be able to demonstrate the following skills:

• The ability to adapt quickly to a variety of situations.

• Caring attitude and a passion to contribute the learning and development of pupils.

• Be a confident person with a warm and friendly approach.

• Able to apply behaviour policies effectively.

Salary and Benefits:

• Competitive rates of pay from between £8 and £11 per hour (AWR Compliant).

• 24/7 support and feedback from experienced education consultants.

• Exposure and networking opportunities with associated schools.

Working with Special Educational needs is a rewarding role for a person with a caring and compassionate attitude.

Being proactive, professional and having a positive attitude is what we look for.

For any information and to apply please contact Rebecca on Or email