Teaching Assistant Level 2 - SEN 1:1
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We are recruiting for a Level 2 Teaching Assistant until 31.07.22 to work 1:1 with SEN Pupils - Required for an Immediate Start
Salary Range £18,562 to £18,933 per annum (pro rata)
32.5 hours per week Term Time Only + 5 training days 8.30am – 3.30pm with 30 min lunch
Grade Emmaus 3 SCP (3-4)
Fixed Term until 31st July 2022
Our Lady & St Hubert’s Catholic Primary School is looking to appoint an outstanding and passionate Teaching Assistant, linked to SEN, Level 2. The successful candidate will be working with children with SEN primarily, but would be expected to embrace
opportunities to work throughout our school. At Our Lady & Hubert’s, we offer an outstanding learning environment and are passionate about every child.
We are seeking enthusiastic and creative applicants to help a child 1:1 with learning and developing communication and social skills as well as supporting them in their learning journey. You should have a working knowledge of strategies to support children with a range of additional needs. We require someone who is committed to inclusion and who wants to make a positive difference. They will need to be confident in scaffolding a child's learning and be prepared to encourage independence when and as appropriate as the child develops.
The school takes the safeguarding of pupils extremely seriously. Therefore, in accordance with Safer Recruitment guidelines, references will be taken up before interview and identity and qualification checks undertaken. A satisfactory enhanced DBS check will be required before starting employment.
If you meet the requirements of the job description and person specification and feel that you make a positive difference to our school, then we can’t wait to receive your application.
Closing Date: 3rd December 2021
Interviews: 6th December 2021
Emmaus Catholic MAC is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare
of children and young people. This position is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure
check under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. All applicants must be able
to provide documentation to prove their right to work in the UK
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