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1-1 LAC Teacher/ intervention worker

  • Location: Sheffield
  • Start date: 20 Jun 2018
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE11034491
  • Branch: Sheffield Secondary SEND
  • Consultant: Hannah Warren
  • Call: 0114 252 1975
Job description
Protocol Education are currently recruiting for several positions, both full and part time relating to the Education and Emotional wellbeing of Looked after Children in Sheffield

Salary: Daily rate of £90 £160 per day, dependant on the case, your qualification and expertise.

Hours: There are both part time and full time roles available, with flexibility around shifts

The successful candidates:
- Will have a strong background in Education, specifically SEMH, SEN and LAC
- Will have either a Teaching qualification, or a qualification relating to SEMH, behaviour support or mental health.
- Will have a genuine care and interest in the continual progression of the 1-1 case.
- Will be able to communicate with professionals of all levels, to effectively provide the correct care and education.
- Will be confident in understanding and rectifying negative behaviour
- Will be a good communicator, reliable, supportive and encouraging.

What we can offer you:
- Several different cases available, we can correctly match you to the correct child to ensure success
- Experienced and knowledgeable consultant to support you on a daily basis, with your case and any challenges you face.
- Internal PAYE system, no umbrella fees or NI & pension deductions from your take home pay.
- Opportunity to involve yourself in exclusive LAC roles, offered exclusively via Protocol Education.
- Free CPD offered in the form of Team Teach, ASD training, behaviour management etc.
- Highly competitive rate of pay
- Exciting new opportunity to combine all of your transferable skills within education and apply them to a specific student in need of consistent, positive support.

The aim with all cases is to reintegrate the student back into education, which dependant on the case. This being the case, Protocol will continually match you with assignments based on your preferences, to keep you in continuous employment, whilst still reaping the benefits of temporary employment.

If you believe yourself to have the relevant experience, attitude and qualifications to be successful within this role, please contact our LAC consultant, with both your CV and covering letter using
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