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  • Location: Sheffield City Council
  • Start date: 05 Sep 2016
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE10577514
  • Branch: Sheffield Secondary SEND
  • Consultant: Fiona Rhoadhouse
  • Call: 0114 252 1975
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Job description
Team Teach Teaching Assistant

Protocol Education is excited to be working with an engaging and forward thinking Special School in Sheffield. There are currently opportunities for Team Teach Trained Teaching Assistants to work on a temporary basis both short and long term.

The School, which has been rated ‘outstanding’ need enthusiastic, committed and dedicated Teaching Assistants to support some of their students who have complex needs. The individual will need to have experience managing challenging behaviour and promoting high self esteem.

You will need to be available immediately and be able to work on a flexible basis as the role will be on a day to day or long term basis. This is an exciting opportunity to build your portfolio within different schools and build relationships for any potential roles in the future.

This role will demand a confident and enthusiastic individual who wants to engage and encourage young people to achieve their best. The candidate will have the ability to manage behaviours effectively, use their initiative and will be team teach trained or similar.

For more information on this position and other SEN roles throughout South Yorkshire please contact Liz Furniss on 0114 2521975 or email efurniss@protocol-education.com

About Protocol Education

Protocol Education is a specialist provider of recruitment services to the education sector, supplying Teachers, Classroom and Special Support Assistants, Instructors, One-to-One Tutors, Cover Supervisors and Nursery Nurses and other Support staff to Primary, Secondary, Special Needs schools, Pupil Referral Units and Nurseries across the UK.

Protocol Education take a "no risk" approach to Safeguarding, providing schools with clear, unambiguous details of the level of checking and vetting we undertaken for each teacher or support worker before they start work in any position.

Protocol Education strives to be innovative. Our "Narrowing the Gap" programme helps schools effectively manage the requirements of Pupil Premium payments; our Effective Inclusion Guide has won plaudits for its highly practical approach to SEN in the mainstream; our candidate CPD and Volunteer programme has helped schools effectively plug skills gaps and helped people back into the workforce. For all of this and more Protocol Education were named Temporary Agency of the Year in the 2013 Recruiter Awards.

Protocol Education's branch network helps bring schools and staff together across the UK while our international office, located in Australia, New Zealand and Canada bring the cream of the worlds teaching talent to the UK.
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