Non Qualified Science Teacher - SEND School

Location: Loughborough
Job Type: Permanent
Industry: SEN Teacher
Reference: PE11332577
Salary: £18000 - £22000 per annum
Job Published: 19 days ago
Are you looking for a challenge and an opportunity to make a real difference to students with autism? Are you looking for an opportunity to teach children with the freedom to be creative in your teaching? If yes, then our students need you!
At Woodside Lodge Outdoor Learning Centre, where AUTISM is our first language, we are looking for a non-qualified teacher of Science to work with our 11-19-year-old students.
We are looking for a passionate educator, who ideally has experience of working with students with ASD, seeking an exclusive teaching opportunity to display their creativity and further develop their skill set in a unique educational environment.
Our vision is to make AUTISM everybody's first language and our mission is to enable young people with an ASD to independently contribute to society; embrace life-long learning and achieve without a ceiling. If you think you can help us achieve this, then send us your application today!
Essential personal attributes:
· Drive, resilience, confidence, initiative, resourcefulness, calm under pressure, common sense and an ability to manage ambiguity.
· Ability to build rapport & trust quickly with both students & staff.
· Comfortable working in an informal, professional atmosphere
· Pioneering approach, creative, measured risk taker, forward planner, collaborative
· Passionate, prepared to go above and beyond
· Role model
Essential skills/experience:
· Experience of working with children with Autism
· A deep and thorough understanding of autism, perhaps backed up by Autism Level 1 & Level 2
· An ability to communicate with staff and students
· An understanding of both formative and summative assessment, with an aptitude for data analysis to proactively plan for educational improvement.
· A commitment to learning outside the classroom
· Change champion
· A knowledge of, and up to date qualifications in, the safe handling of students.
· Full comprehension of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) information and protocol, as well as all safeguarding issues.
· An understanding of a variety of behaviour management techniques, with a focus on resolution management followed by developmental reflection.
· An ability to perform in situations of high pressure, showing not only theoretical understanding, but also real-life' understanding.
· An aptitude to work in partnership with a number of professionals, as well as parents/carers.
Desirable skills/experience
· HLTA qualification
· Competent in administering first aid.
· Experience of teaching in a variety of educational settings.
· A commitment towards CPD.
· History of working with children who are disengaged with education.

If you feel you would be the right fit for this role then please apply through contacting James Cullingworth via…
Tel: 07725878406 / 0116 319 1343