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Special Needs Classroom Support

  • Location: Nottingham
  • Start date: 24 Nov 2014
  • Category: Primary
  • Job reference: PE10561988
  • Branch: Nottingham
  • Consultant: Matt Hardy
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Job description
Summary - Behaviour Support Assistant

I am currently recruiting for a Behaviour Support Assistant to work closely with 2 pupils in a PRU. You will be working 1-1 with both pupils while also working with both of them for group activities.

This Behaviour Support Assistant position is to start in September. At the moment it is until Christmas, 5 days a week, however if you get on well there is a very high chance it will be extended.

The Role - Behaviour Support Assistant

As the Behaviour Support Assistant, you will be responsible for working with the 2 pupils and managing behaviour. You need to be quick to stop behaviour. You will also be supporting the 2 pupils in the classroom.

Requirements - Behaviour Support Assistant

• Experience working as a Behaviour Support Assistant;
• Extremely experience with behaviour management;
• Experience working in a PRU or AP.

Working for Protocol Education you can expect:

• To work with a dedicated and honest SEND Consultant that has great experience in the education sector.
• Professional and organised structure with plenty of continual professional development opportunities (CPD).
• A clear and easy to use timesheet system with weekly pay.
• Working for a well know, trusted and respected Education leader.

To register your interest, send a copy of your CV or to find our more please ask for Matt Hardy; SEND Consultant, on 0115 853 2170 or email matt.hardy@protocol-education.com

Protocol Education is proud to be a National Living Wage employer supporting schools and talented people like you.

£250 will be paid if you are able to successfully recommend a Teacher to Protocol who then works for us, you can make as many recommendations as you like!

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