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BSL TA

  • Location: Birmingham
  • Start date: 01 Oct 2018
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE11058617
  • Branch: West Midlands Secondary SEND
  • Consultant: Sam Wilsdon
  • Call: 01902 313 822
Job description
A friendly SEN Hearing Impairment School in the heart of Birmingham is looking for a Teaching Assistant to join their Team for an ASAP start. The Headteacher is looking for someone that is competent in British Sign Language (BSL) to at least a Level 2. The role will involve you supporting two students across the School utilising the use of the techniques and training provided by the School.

The ideal candidate must be confident within their ability using British Sign Language (BSL) as they will be working with Deaf students on a daily basis. The SENCo has mentioned that this role will allow you to work alongside her with day to day tasks and will give you a fantastic insight into working with SEN children.

Does this sound like the Teaching Assistant role for you? Do you also have experience using British Sign Language (BSL)? Yes...? Then please read on below to find out further information! - The School are keen to trial candidates at the beginning of September!

JOB DESCRIPTION

SEN BSL Teaching Assistant
Supporting students that are partly deaf or deaf
Utilising the use of British Sign Language (BSL)
Working alongside the SENCo and working with Education Health Care Plans
Long-term & full-time position
Enhanced rates due to experience and abilities

PERSON SPECIFICATION

Having a degree is ideal, but not essential
It's essential that you have previous experience using Bright Sign Language (BSL) either professionally or in your personal life
Must be a caring and supportive individual that is prepared to put the children first
understanding of the SEN curriculum
SCHOOL DETAILS

Graded Good' in latest Ofsted report
Fantastic SEN Team throughout the School
Supportive SLT that provide all staff with additional training
Bright & Modern classrooms
Good Public Transport links
If you are interested in this SEN Teaching Assistant (BSL) opportunity, then apply now!

To apply for SEN LSA work with Protocol, please contact the branch on 01902 313 822, send your CV to Sam.Wilsdon@protocol-education.com, or register on our Website at www.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.

SEN Teaching Assistant - British Sign Language (BSL) Required
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