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Primary Teacher required in Autistic School

  • Location: Sheffield
  • Start date: 08 Jan 2018
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE10965016
  • Branch: Sheffield Secondary SEND
  • Consultant: Hannah Warren
  • Call: 0114 252 1975
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Job description
SEN Teacher needed within Secondary School

Protocol Education currently have a full-time, long-term cover vacancy for an experienced Autism Teacher in Sheffield. It is essential that you have previous experience working within an SEN background, preferably with a PGCE in Primary education

The successful candidate:
- Will have all relevant qualifications that allow them to teach.
- Must have previous experience working within an SEN environment
- Be driven, reliable and dedicated to the ongoing progression of the students within their care.
- Be actively seeking ongoing employment in the Sheffield area.
- Will be subject to vigorous DBS checks.


What will this position do for you?
- You will receive a competitive rate dependant on your level of experience and qualifications.
- Full time ongoing employment, which may lead to a permanent position.
- Several free training courses are available via protocol, which will help you to enhance your overall knowledge, behaviour management skills, and look great on your CV!
- The opportunity to work with one of the leading education agencies in the area, with understanding and supportive staff dedicated supporting candidates to further their career.

If you would like to know more about the position and others we may have available in your area, then please contact Hannah at Protocol on 0114 252 1975, for a friendly informal chat.

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