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Primary Teaching Assistants - Autism Experience

  • Location: Middlesbrough
  • Start date: 24 Sep 2018
  • Category: Primary
  • Job reference: PE11056318
  • Branch: Middlesbrough
  • Consultant: Jae Wilson
  • Call: 01642 200 174
Job description
Protocol Education are currently looking for an enthusiastic and motivated Teaching Assistant, with a specific autism focus, for opportunities in a large East Durham primary school working a minimum of 2 days a week.

The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate the ability to:

• Demonstrate experience of working with children, preferably in an classroom setting.
• Have experience of working with children with autism.
• Be able to work as part of a committed and hardworking team.
• Have level 2 or higher teaching assistant qualification.

Why work for Protocol:
Being a supply teacher or support worker for Protocol can give you regular or flexible work depending on your circumstances amongst other great benefits.

• Weekly pay in-line above national living wage for support staff.
• Access to specialist support from your consultants, many of whom are ex teachers or support staff themselves.
• Payment into the auto enrolment scheme towards your pension.
• Access to excellent CPD courses such as Team Teach, PREVENT, Safeguarding, Behaviour management, ASD Level 1 and many more!
• Optional candidate events where you can mix and mingle with other supply teachers.
• Access to nationwide positions if you are looking to re-locate or try a new area.

If you are interested in the role, would like to apply or you are merely looking for more information, please get in touch with Jae in the Middlesbrough branch on 01642 200174 or by applying through the appropriate link provided.
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