Education Behaviour Teaching Assistant Roles Available

Location: Lambeth
Job Type: Permanent
Industry: SEN Support Jobs | Secondary Support
Reference: PE11227247
Salary: £60 - £75 per day, Benefits: Free CPD, Local Work, Competitive Pay
Job Published: 8 months ago

An outstanding secondary school in Lambeth, are currently recruiting experienced teaching assistants to work one to one with students with behaviour needs and autism. The school are looking for a minimum of one year experience to work with students, supporting them with academic studies and developing behaviour plans. The school also offers excellent career opportunities with accredited professional development to support their staff.

The role:
• 8:30am to 4:00pm, during term times
• Assisting pupils with autism (ASD) challenging behaviour with their daily tasks and activities.
• Working in a small classroom of 6-8 pupils.
• Long-term roles, on a temporary to permanent basis

Successful candidates must Have:
• Past relevant experience of working in a primary or secondary mainstream or special needs setting
• Passionate about working in special needs
• The ability to work effectively as part of a team, and individually

Key benefits:
• Competitive pay
• No umbrella companies
• Career progression
• Free CPD

If you're interested please email your CV and I will contact you ASAP.

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