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Autsim Role!

  • Location: Grays
  • Start date: 18 Oct 2017
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE10940248
  • Branch: Chelmsford Secondary SEND
  • Consultant: Demi Cato
  • Call: 01245 213225
Job description
Autism role:
vDo you want to make a difference?
vDo you love working with children and have a passion for special needs?
vAre you interested in working in a thriving special school with three consecutive outstanding' Ofsted's?

If so, a special needs school in Grays are looking for just that!
This school is built around supporting the needs of children with both severe autism as well as children with MLD.
The school is currently looking for an ABA tutor to join their outstanding school!
The Role includes:

-Working 5 days a week with an ASD pupil on a 1:1 basis to raise attainment
-Learning and developing your ABA skills after receiving positive handling training as part of your induction
-Working closely with parents to ensure what is carried on at school is continued at home

The School:

This Grays based junior and senior school provide an outstanding education across a broad and balanced curriculum, differentiated to meet individual needs. They promote and enhance the self-esteem and sense of self-worth of each and every individual and provide a safe and positive working environment. They welcome the arrival of an ABA tutor to join their supportive team!

Don't miss a rare opportunity to join an outstanding school in Grays!
Click 'Apply Now' and send your CV to Demi Cato at Protocol Education or call on 01245213225

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