Special Needs Teaching Assistant / Learning Support Assistant

Employer
UCM Education
Location
North West London
Salary
£85 - £95 per day
Closing date
Dec 9, 2021

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Job Role
Support Staff
Special Needs Teaching Assistant / Learning Support Assistant
SEN School
Brent, West London
Long-Term, Full-Time
£85-£95 per day

A forward-thinking SEN school in Brent is looking for a Special Needs Teaching Assistant / Learning Support Assistant. As a Special Needs Teaching Assistant / Learning Support Assistant you will be providing in-class support and assist the class teacher in effectively managing the classroom. You will be supporting needs such as profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD), global delay (GD), autism (ASD), English as additional language (EAL, ESL), behavioural challenges, and social emotional mental health (SEMH) needs.

  • £85-£95 per day (dependent on experience and qualifications)
  • Long-term, full-time
  • Immediate start
  • Continuous training
  • Great transport links and parking available

The successful Special Needs Teaching Assistant / Learning Support Assistant will:

  • Have a positive and resilient attitude to provide the best care for SEN pupils
  • Have good SEN experience, especially of profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD), global delay (GD), autism (ASD), English as additional language (EAL, ESL), behavioural challenges, and social emotional mental health (SEMH) needs
  • Be comfortable with both in class and on 1:1 support, when needed
  • Have a valid DBS / police check

If this sounds like you, please apply with your CV today!

COVID-19 Notice - We will not be interviewing candidates face-to-face; we will instead be interviewing via video link where possible or speaking via phone call. Vetting procedures will be carried out online.

UCM Education specialises in placing teachers and support staff in schools and nurseries throughout the UK. Due to the number of applications we receive for job posts, we cannot contact all unsuccessful applicants. We are an Equal Opportunities employer. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment.


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