Special Education Needs Support Worker - Goldenhill Primary Academy
5 days left
Required from January 2019
Monday - Friday, Term-time
Fixed Term Contract
Grade 3 (SCP10-13)
28.75 hours per week
The Head Teacher and governors are seeking to appoint a Special Educational Needs Support Worker. We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic and dedicated person.
Experience of Supporting children's learning in a school is essential.
Ideal candidate requirements:
* Current experience of working in Key Stage 1 or 2.
* Experience of working with SEND pupils - on 1:1 basis and in small intervention groups, supporting teachers
* A good team player who is confident to work collaboratively
* Passionate about learning and supporting teaching, putting children at the heart of everything they do
* A dedicated professional with the ability to inspire children and their colleagues
* Will develop good working relationships with parents and carers
Goldenhill Primary Academy offers:
* An opportunity to work with other professionals and experienced staff.
* A commitment to your professional development
* A supportive staff team & senior leadership team
* An excellent working environment
Applicants are required to complete an application form. CVs will not be accepted. For further details and an application pack, please email firstname.lastname@example.org - Gill Hardie, Academy Business Manager. Applicants are strongly encouraged to visit the academy.
Please see attached job description for further details.
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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