Special Educational Needs Support Worker (Sneyd Green Primary School)
7 days left
Salary pro rata to 25 hours per week term time only
This post is temporary until 31st August 2019
Sneyd Academy (formerly Sneyd Green Primary School) is a larger than average primary school with high expectations for all.
An opportunity has arisen for an energetic and resourceful Special Educational Needs Support Worker to work initially in Year 4. The role will be mainly class based under the direction of the class teacher and SENCO and will involve supporting children with Special Educational Needs in accessing the curriculum, leading intervention programs to individuals and small groups, liaising with external agencies and supporting with assessment and targets setting.
The successful candidate will have experience of working with children with additional needs (including EHCP's) in Key Stage 2 and hold relevant qualifications ideally to GNVQ Level 3 or equivalent. This is an exceptional opportunity to make a difference.
If you have the skills and experience that we are looking for then we would be delighted to hear from you.
Visits will be available for shortlisted candidates only.
Closing date - Friday 26th October 2018
Shortlisting - Week commencing 5th November 2018
Interviews - Week commencing 12th November 2018
Application packs available from the School Business Manager, Sarah Clarkson. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org DBS Checks This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Amendment Order 1986 and, as such, it will be necessary for a Submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service to check for any previous criminal convictions. Click here for further information. Asylum and Immigration To comply with Asylum and Immigration legislation you will be required (if appointed) to provide one or more documents from the Immigration Act 2006 - List A and B. You must provide proof of current and valid permission to be in the United Kingdom and valid permission to do the type of work offered. Further information is available at: www.gov.uk/government/publications/acceptable-right-to-work-documents-an-employers-guide