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Moving & Handling teaching assistant

  • Location: Sheffield
  • Start date: 24 Sep 2018
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE11054266
  • Branch: Sheffield Secondary SEND
  • Consultant: Hannah Warren
  • Call: 0114 252 1975
Job description
Protocol Education are currently recruiting for moving and handling trained teaching assistants for our lovely SEN Schools in both the Sheffield & Chesterfield area.

Rate of pay: £60 - £75 dependant on experience & qualifications.

Type of employment: Both long term positions & flexible daily supply available

The ideal candidate should:

- Have previous experience in a complex needs environment or have worked extensively with adults with learning disabilities.
- Have an enhanced DBS or willing to apply for a new one at the cost of £44.
- Have excellent communication skills
- Demonstrate excellent morals and values to be a role model for disadvantaged young students.
- Be confident in dealing with challenges faced by PMLD children.
- Be able to confidently work as part of the team and independently.

It is essential that you hold a valid certificate in Moving and handling, as we are recruiting for this skill set specifically.

What this role provides you:

- Invaluable experience in a local, encouraging SENd School.
- competitive rates of pay
- No umbrella company charges
- Flexible working hours can be offered to those unable to take on full time employment
- permanent employment opportunity for the right candidate
- Various CPD courses including autism awareness, Team Teach, cover supervisor etc.

Due to the nature of the students you will be supporting, we are looking for experienced candidates only. Should you feel you would be worth serious consideration, please contact our SEN consultant Hannah on 0114 252 1975, additional to applying below.

We look forward
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