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Learning Support Assistant

  • Location: Wandsworth
  • Start date: 10 Sep 2018
  • Category: Primary
  • Job reference: PE11045255
  • Branch: London Primary South West
  • Consultant: Sarah Goddard
  • Call: 020 8971 1285
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Job description
Graduate Teaching Assistant or Early Years Educator with ASD experience required for a SEN Teaching Assistant post. Up to £80 PER DAY Wandsworth, South West London
Are you a Psychology Graduate with practical experience supporting a child or children with ASD, specifically wanting to work in a primary school to build your SEN experience?
Would you like to spend the whole of the 2018 academic year as a Primary SEN Teaching Assistant, supporting in Nursery up to Year 1.
POSITION: SEN Primary Teaching Assistant / Graduate Primary Learning Support Assistant
PERSON: A graduate with a strong academic record and a 2.1 or above OR an Early Years Educator (EYE) - perfect for aspiring psychologists and/or speech and language therapists! MUST possess ASD experience, ideally in a school setting
ROLE: Graduate SEN Primary Teaching Assistant role supporting 2 SEN children within EYFS
LOCATION: Wandsworth - South West London
START DATE: September 2018 start - IMMEDIATE INTERVIEW!!
PAY: £70 -£80 per day dependant on experience A fantastic opportunity has arisen to join a forward thinking and bustling primary school in Wandsworth, as a SEN Primary Teaching Assistant.
The Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator requires a graduate with a strong understanding of how to effectively support children with SEN, in a classroom environment.
This is a busy and varied role that requires a self-starter who can take the lead in running ASD programmes in their specialist room with these young pupils. Supporting young learners requires enthusiasm, creativity and energy! Do you have the determination to get make a difference in the educational outcomes of the pupils in your care?
If you need to build your experience on your experience Primary SEN Teaching Assistant role, this is it!
This Primary SEN Teaching Assistant role will build your confidence, increase your skillset and provide you with the experience to springboard your career within SEN.
Are you the Primary SEN Teaching Assistant my client is looking for?
Protocol team are waiting to hear from you - to apply for this Primary SEN Teaching Assistant post, submit your CV and covering letter to Sarah.goddard@protocol-education.com
Job Types: Full-time, Contract

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