Accessibility Links

Psychology graduates wanted for Teaching Assitant roles.

  • Location: Sheffield
  • Start date: 31 Jul 2017
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE10923232
  • Branch: Sheffield Secondary SEND
  • Consultant: Hannah Warren
  • Call: 0114 252 1975
This vacancy has now expired.
Job description
Calling all recent Psychology graduates! Protocol Education would love to support you to further your career, and gain some real life working experience with children of all ages and abilities inside of the classroom.

With competitive rates, supportive consultants and a wealth of options to consider, working with Protocol Education allows you the opportunity to work flexible hours across multiple schools to find and support the career path that is right for you.

Our ideal candidate:
- Will have a passion for the emotional and physical wellbeing for all students they work with throughout.
- Be considerate and patient whilst supporting students to achieve in their own ways, this includes following student specific care and learning plans as well as, using your own initiative to help support students who may not be responding to standard classroom techniques.
- Will have an in date and clear DBS or agree to complete one prior to working.
- Want to progress within a psychology based role, with the sight to support the progression and wellbeing for all of the children under their care within an SEN environment.

What will you gain from a position with Protocol Education?
- All Teaching assistants working with Protocol receive a friendly, supportive and co-operative service from the consultants within the Sheffield branch.
- Our salary is highly competitive, and we ensure that this is as well reflected in your capabilities as possible.
- We have a range of different schools across Sheffield and surrounding areas, and we aim to make sure the school you are placed in is not only geographically accessible, but it is well suited to the skill sets and preferences you have discussed with us.
- We are dedicated to delivering a high quality service, meaning that we will make sure you are as comfortable as possible throughout your time with us, whether that be before your first placement or two years down the line, you are always at the heart of everything we do.

If you would like any further information regarding the role advertised, or would just like to have a friendly chat about the options we may have available for you, please contact our SEN consulant Hannah on 0114 252 1970 to find out what your options are.
Similar jobs
  • Personal Care - LSA - Hackney
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: Hackney
  • Personal Care - LSA - Hackney Protocol Education are currently working with an SEN unit within a College. There are mixed needs and mixed abilities in each of the four classes
  • LSA - Challenging Behaviour - Hackney
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: Hackney
  • LSA - Challenging Behaviour - Hackney Protocol Education are currently working with Pupil Referal Unit (PRU) in Hackney who are looking for an LSA specialising in EBD/SEMH
  • SEND Teaching Assistants Required in Crystal Palace
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: Crystal Palace
  • SEND Teaching Assistants Required For Schools in Crystal Palace, South East London Protocol Education is currently looking for enthusiastic, proactive SEND Teaching Assistants to work within our
  • Behaviour & Inclusion Support Staff - South Kirklees
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: Huddersfield
  • Behaviour & Inclusion Support Workers South Kirklees We are currently looking for Behaviour Support Workers to work in a SEMH school based in the South Kirklees area
  • Teaching Assistant with BSL Level 2 Required
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: London
  • SEND Teaching Assistant With BSL Level 2 Required For A SEND Primary School in Woolwich Protocol Education is currently looking for an enthusiastic, proactive Teaching Assistant who is BSL Level 2
Latest news
7 Tips on Surviving the Pre-Christmas Classroom Stress
7 Tips on Surviving the Pre-Christmas Classroom Stress
These tips from Emma could help you survive the Pre-Christmas classroom stress.Christmas time is nearly here and the children’s faces are all
Read blog
04/12/17
Relationships between Teachers and Consultants Matter
Relationships between Teachers and Consultants Matter
Ray developed an amazing relationship with his consultants Matthew and Ian and decided to write this blog as a thank you note.When I was a newly qu
Read blog
27/11/17
Safeguarding - Tips on Protecting Children and Yourself
Safeguarding - Tips on Protecting Children and Yourself
Ray rises the importance of Safeguarding in his new blog.Schools are very strict about teachers having Child Safeguarding training. The training is
Read blog
20/11/17
Anti-bullying Resources and Why We Need Them
Anti-bullying Resources and Why We Need Them
In this blog Maddie offers many valuable resources on what bullying is, how to prevent it and how to treat the involved children.Unfortunately, bul
Read blog
16/11/17
The Many Faces of Bullying
The Many Faces of Bullying
Ray wrote this blog based on his own experience with bullying at schools, where he tries to shine the light on the different forms of bullying.Some
Read blog
14/11/17
View all news
CPD REC Investors in People UKAS