ASD SEN Teaching Assistant - Birmingham - September Start

Recruiter
ACADEMICS
Location
Birmingham
Salary
55.00 - 65.00 GBP Daily
Posted
21 May 2019
Closes
31 May 2019
Job Type
Consultant
Contract Type
Permanent

ASD SEN Teaching Assistant - Birmingham - September Start

Academics are recruiting a passionate and resilient ASDTeaching Assistant for a Birmingham special needs school, starting September until Christmas 2019.

The school wish to appoint a high quality teaching assistant to support children with additional needs. Experience of working with children with ASD is essential in this role. The school has a nurturing ethos which was recognised by Ofsted in their recent report.

The successful candidate will be someone who is highly motivated, enthusiastic and wants to make a difference to students. They are patient but firm following the school's policy. They are able to develop positive relationships with children and families and they are able to work as a team to meet the needs of the children and the school

To register your interest for this fantastic opportunity, please contact Katie on .

We offer competitive rates of pay, in many cases above industry standard and you will receive continued support from your experienced personal consultant.

Academics are committed to safer recruitment, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, we expect every candidate to share this commitment. Assignments are subject to safeguarding and child protection screening in line with DfE polices, including right to work, employment history and enhanced DBS checks.

  • continuously raising standards for our pupils and improving their outcomes and life chances
  • being creative, proactive, resourceful, energetic and very well organised
  • working within a caring and safe environment and reflecting the school's priority of placing pupils at the heart of all it does
  • developing your own professional development to ensure you have up to date knowledge, skills and understanding in teaching pupils with severe/complex learning difficulties and ASD