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TA AUTISM SPECIALIST

  • Location: Bromley
  • Start date: 03 Sep 2018
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE11041392
  • Branch: London SEND South East
  • Consultant: Louise Waite
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Job description
A wonderful OFSTED Outstanding' foundation secondary special school based in the Borough of Bromley is currently looking for a Teaching Assistant to join their team. The school currently caters for students aged 11 - 19 and looks after children that are on the spectrum from Mild to Severe Autism. Other needs include specific learning problems, emotional/behavioural needs. The School has a thriving environment with a wide range of facilities.

The school is looking for people who:

• Have worked with ASD students
• Can work well within a team
• Can use their own initiative
• Have a passion for working with children and young people
• Are easily adaptable in different situations

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 Louise Waite; SEND Consultant, on 0208 461 8900 or email Louise.waite@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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