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Autism - Support Worker

  • Location: Ealing
  • Start date: 12 Jun 2018
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE11032954
  • Branch: Head Office
  • Consultant: John Sayell
  • Call: 020 3219 7740
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Job description
Autism Support Worker

A specialist school for autistic children in the London Borough of Ealing is looking for support workers with the ability to work with challenging behaviours and severely autistic children between the ages of 15 and 19.

The school can customise a creative and engaging curriculum for all students enabling everyone to progress and develop. The school pride themselves on offering students a caring and bespoke curriculum creating a positive atmosphere for all.

This role is purely for those who want to make a young person's life better. People with autism are so often misunderstood however with the right guidance and support they can achieve and succeed the same way anyone else does.

The ideal candidates for this position will have:
•A good sense of humour
•The ability to create and maintain relationships
•Strong communication skills
•A creative personality
•A willingness to learn
•Good understanding of special education needs and in particular autism
•Experience in managing challenging behaviour
•Empathy

To work in this school you need to be committed in giving children the best care. The school trust individuals to work 1:1 but to also offer additional support to those that need it at particularly challenging times.

The school offer outstanding induction and comprehensive, ongoing learning and development programme. You will personally be supported through professional supervision, appraisal and coaching and mentoring to continually achieve and progress in your career.


If this role is of interest to you, please feel free to contact John at Protocol Education on 0203 219 7740 for further information. Alternatively, please send an updated CV to john.sayell@protocol-education.com


We undertake safeguarding checks on all our workers in accordance with the DfE statutory guidance Keeping Children Safe in Education'. As part of these checks, we require a current Enhanced DBS Disclosure for everyone working in schools. If you do not have a valid subscription to the DBS Update Service, we will require you to complete a new DBS application as part of the registration process, at a cost of £44.00
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