Level 2 Teaching Assistant

3 days left

Location
Washwood Heath Academy, Burney Lane, Birmingham, B8 2AS
Salary
£18,065-£19,945 (Pro rata) (pay award pending)
Posted
14 Sep 2020
Closes
25 Sep 2020
Contact
recruitment @whmat.academy
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Working Pattern
Standard
Hours
Full-Time

Washwood Heath Academy, Burney Lane, Birmingham, B8 2AS

Telephone Number: 0121 803 2914

Email Address: recruitment@whmat.academy

Job Start Date: ASAP

Employed By: Washwood Heath Multi Academy Trust

Based at: Washwood Heath Academy, Burney Lane, Stechford, Birmingham, B8 2AS.

Washwood Heath Academy is a rapidly improving and vibrant “good” school (OfSted 2016) which serves a multi-ethnic community and is proud of the achievements of its students.

We offer students a wide range of support to enable them to succeed. As part of our commitment to help students achieve the best possible results, we are looking for a committed and highly motivated Teaching Assistant to join our hardworking and committed team of professionals. A GCSE, grade C or above, in English and Math is essential when

applying for this post, as is a Level 2 Teaching Qualification Experience of working to support young people with additional needs and the ability to speak another language is desirable but not essential.

We are looking for an inspirational individual who can have a significant impact on our journey of improvement. The ideal candidate should have a positive approach to challenge and change, and be a flexible team player. They should be passionate about making a difference to the lives of students with a range of needs and dedicated to maximising

student’s achievement; have high expectations of behaviour and learning ensuring that every child reaches their full potential and a positive approach to challenge and change.

We will offer you:

• A happy and caring ethos.

• A supportive team across Washwood Heath Multi Academy Trust.

• Opportunities for your own continued professional development, both internally and through collaborative working

across the trust.

• Enthusiastic, well behaved learners who engage positively with school life.

• A hard-working, motivated and engaged staff and governors, who care deeply about the outcomes for children and

young people

• A culture of support for all staff

• MAT-wide continued professional development opportunities to enable practical and

• research based school improvement initiatives

• Access to an employee support hub (confidential counselling).

• Access to generous pension scheme (TPS)

• On-site parking

So - can you motivate and inspire young people? Are you an excellent communicator who can work on your own initiative to develop relationships with teachers, families and students in order to help them improve their exam results?

If so, we would love to hear from you. This post is covered by Part 7 of the Immigration Act (2016) and therefore the ability to speak fluent and spoken English is an essential requirement for this role.

This post is not part of the City Council and the successful candidate will not hold a Birmingham City Council Contract of Employment. Please use the contact details in the advert for information on actual employment conditions.

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