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EYFS and KS1 Teaching Assistant Sunderland

  • Location: Sunderland
  • Start date: 03 Sep 2018
  • Category: Primary
  • Job reference: PE11050795
  • Branch: Newcastle, Newcastle Primary
  • Consultant: Jonny Greener
  • Call: 0191 279 7270
Job description
Here at Protocol, we are looking to recruit Level 2 and Level 3 Teaching Assistants in the Sunderland area to work in our partner schools.

On a daily basis, Protocol work with schools in the local area to supply Teaching Assistants, Behaviour Support and SEND Support in a range of settings and Key Stages. Our aim is to provide schools, and our staff, with their perfect fit. As a Teaching Assistant working for Protocol, you would be expected to be comfortable travelling to different schools within the local area.

To be considered for the position of Teaching Assistant you must:

- Have experience working with children in Primary Education
- Hold Level 2 or 3 childcare qualification
- Enthusiasm to become part of a committed team of Primary School Staff
- Willingness to be flexible with preferred roles and locations

Why work for Protocol:
Being a supply teacher or support worker for Protocol can give you regular or flexible work depending on your circumstances amongst other great benefits.

• Weekly Pay in-line with teachers pay scales or above national Living wage for support staff
• Access to specialist support from your consultants, many of whom are ex teachers or support staff themselves
• Payment into the auto enrolment scheme towards your pension
• Access to excellent CPD courses such as Team Teach, PREVENT, Safeguarding, Behaviour management, ASD Level 1 and many more!
• Optional teacher events where you can mix and mingle with other supply teachers
• Access to nationwide positions if you are looking to re-locate or try a new area

If you are interested in the role, would like to apply or you are merely looking for more information, please get in touch with Jonny Greener in the Newcastle Office!
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