Teaching and Learning Support Assistant - Cranmore Infant School
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£20493.00 - £23080.00 p.a. Incremental progression is dependent on performance.
32.5 Hours per Week
BAND C TEACHING ASSISTANT
£20,493 to £23,080,
(£15,631 to £17,778 actual pro-rated)
Required as soon as possible.
32.5 hours a week. Term Time. Full-Time. Permanent.
We are looking for an excellent Teaching Assistant to join our strong and committed team in our Key Stage 1. This position provides an opportunity to work in an outstanding school that is committed to achievement for all of our children.
Candidates need to hold a relevant NVQ Level 3 qualification or equivalent and need to be:
• Committed, enthusiastic and talented;
• Excellent practitioners with high expectations;
• Able to work as part of a team;
• Friendly, approachable and flexible;
• Organised and have good interpersonal and communication skills.
In return we can offer you:
• Friendly, enthusiastic children who are keen to learn;
• Good training and professional development opportunities;
• An exciting, forward-thinking school, with a committed, skilled
and hard- working staff team;
• A very friendly and welcoming school community with supportive
families, staff and governors.
Visits to the school are warmly welcomed and have been arranged for 12th October at 3:30pm or 19th October at 9:30am. Please email email@example.com to arrange an appointment time.
Cranmore Infant School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references will be a requirement for the successful candidate.
Tel: 0121 705 3443
The closing date is Thursday 21 October at 12pm.
We will only be contacting successful applicants.
0121 705 3443
This post will require an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring check.
Please note we do not accept CVs.
Solihull Council is proud to be an Equal Opportunities Employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees - a place where we can all be ourselves and succeed on merit.
Solihull Council has a responsibility for, and a commitment to, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults at risk and requires all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.