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Full-time Learning Support Assistant needed in Woking

  • Location: Surrey
  • Start date: 02 Sep 2019
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE11165311
  • Branch: London SEND South Central
  • Consultant: Lucy Lapham
  • Call: 02032 197745
Job description
Do you want to help young individuals who face challenges from social emotional and mental health difficulties?

Protocol education work closely with a school in the beautiful Woking area. The school will require a candidate to drive to reach the site for an 8:30 start due to a lack of access by public transport. However, if this is possible for you the school's fantastic facilities provide excellent opportunity for experience in a teacher supporting role working with SEND pupils from primary through to secondary age.

What can you expect from the role?
• Supporting pupil's with social emotional and mental health difficulties.
• September 2019 Start.
• 8.30am- 4pm, Monday-Friday.
• Classes of 6-8 pupils.

What we expect from a candidate.
• Passion for supporting children challenged with SEND.
• Creativity and enthusiasm.
• An enhanced DBS disclosure on the Update Service. (Or be willing to complete this)
• Experience working with children in the past 3 years.

Benefits.
• Competitive Pay.
• A personal consultant to support you through your application.
• The benefit of a well-recognised and respected agency.
• Flexible working.

This opportunity is ideal for anyone looking to expand their skills from a youth worker or nursery nurse position, or any individuals simply looking to gain more full-time work after experience in a part time position.

Would you like to broaden your experience in a SEND school with a supportive team of likeminded individuals? I look forward to receiving your CV at lucy.lapham@protocol-education.com .All successful applicants will be called back to confirm details and arrange an interview.

This role isn't for you? Please do call Lucy Lapham on 0208 971 1284, to discuss other potential roles we have to offer.
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