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SEN Teaching Assistant Job

  • Location: Mansfield
  • Start date: 01 Sep 2017
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE10923289
  • Branch: Nottingham
  • Consultant: Matt Hardy
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Job description

SEN Teaching Assistant required in Nottingham in a Outstanding Special Educational Needs School starting in the new academic year in September.

SEN Teaching Assistant required in Nottingham
SEN Teaching Assistant based in a SEN School
SEN Teaching Assistant to start in September
Full Time - £60-75 a day

Graduates who are happy to do personal care and experienced SEN Teaching Assistants welcome to apply for the job

Are you an experienced SEN Teaching Assistant that has a keen interest to work with children with varied difficulties and needs?

Would you describe yourself as having good interpersonal and communication skills?

Or maybe you are a graduate with an interest to work in SEN?

Then this SEN Teaching Assistant job is for you!

This Outstanding SENd School are looking for an SEN Teaching Assistant to join their team. This SENd school cater for students from 4 to 16. This school make it their goal to ensure staff have a very good work life balance and work in a genuine, happy environment.

The Job - SEN Teaching Assistant
In this SEN Teaching Assistant role you will be required to support students in small groups and on a one-to-one basis that have varied needs. These students ability levels will vary and some will present challenging behaviour. You must be an SEN teaching assistant that can easily adapt to different students that have varied needs.

To apply for this SEN Teaching Assistant job please send your CV to Tom at tom.koroma@protocol-education.com.

www.protocol-education.com
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