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        • romford, london
        • permanent
        • £27,000 - £40,000, per year, Depending on experience, SEN allowance
        • full-time
        Are you an exceptional SEN Teacher looking for your next challenge in September?This specialist school for young people with Autism and disabilities offer a safe environment for all pupils to learn and develop in life. The school educate and inspire students to excel and lead brilliant lives.Benefits for you:Easily accessible from local train stationsSuitable for NQT's ParkingPermanent opportunity What are your responsibilities?Ensure high-quality learning takes place in all classesSet homework on a regular basis and manage behaviours that challenge Support the Leadership team in growing pupil attendanceAssist in the development of the School Improvement Plan and its review mechanismBe a role model to learners with disabilities Think outside the box to produce results Support in the Pupil Premium Strategy to improve literacy, numeracy and other key areas Work successfully with the team What is required?SEN specific experienceQTS or equivalentFull-time availability A true passion and desire to develop a successful career in a specialist SEN SchoolIf you have the experience and want to challenge yourself further, please get in touch. After telephone application, we'll be interested in arranging a video call. Help young people transition successfully and watch your career flourish - call me now!Sandip Ghattaora 0203 870 635307920 523 613Recruitment Specialist London
        Are you an exceptional SEN Teacher looking for your next challenge in September?This specialist school for young people with Autism and disabilities offer a safe environment for all pupils to learn and develop in life. The school educate and inspire students to excel and lead brilliant lives.Benefits for you:Easily accessible from local train stationsSuitable for NQT's ParkingPermanent opportunity What are your responsibilities?Ensure high-quality learning takes place in all classesSet homework on a regular basis and manage behaviours that challenge Support the Leadership team in growing pupil attendanceAssist in the development of the School Improvement Plan and its review mechanismBe a role model to learners with disabilities Think outside the box to produce results Support in the Pupil Premium Strategy to improve literacy, numeracy and other key areas Work successfully with the team What is required?SEN specific experienceQTS or equivalentFull-time availability A true passion and desire to develop a successful career in a specialist SEN SchoolIf you have the experience and want to challenge yourself further, please get in touch. After telephone application, we'll be interested in arranging a video call. Help young people transition successfully and watch your career flourish - call me now!Sandip Ghattaora 0203 870 635307920 523 613Recruitment Specialist London
        • chester, north west
        • contract
        • £53 - £55 per day
        • full-time
        Are you passionate about changing the lives of vulnerable young people?Have you got the resilience and determination to deal with each learner's difficulties and challenges? Call Randstad today to find out more!We are looking for a compassionate and enthusiastic SEN Teaching Assistant in the Chester area to work in a warm and friendly school for children with learning difficulties and speech and language needs. You will support students with an interactive and practical curriculum and guide them to find independence and social skills by building strong and positive relationships. Benefits of working for Randstad:-Advice and editing on your current CV-Exclusive online services-Team teach training-Great market knowledge to match you to your perfect role-Dedicated consultant throughout your journey-Online e-learning training modules-Career advice-On call 24/7School Benefits:-On-site parking-Top of the range technology and modern resources-Extensive grounds-Team days and events-Brilliant career progression opportunities-A unique teaching approach-Paid holidays-Weekly training - Autism awareness, Team teach and MakatonYour responsibilities will include:-Working on a 1:1 basis and in small groups with pupils-Providing feedback to the teacher on students' progress and development-Creating a secure and positive classroom environment-Supervising and monitoring behaviour-Following the individual learning plans set by the teacherThe ideal candidate will:-Be able to build positive and appropriate relationships with students and teachers-Have a passion for working with SEN children -Have their own means of transport (essential)-Be able to support the general well-being of students -Have good numeracy and literacy skillsDoes this sound like the perfect role for you? Apply soon as we are interviewing candidates right now!
        Are you passionate about changing the lives of vulnerable young people?Have you got the resilience and determination to deal with each learner's difficulties and challenges? Call Randstad today to find out more!We are looking for a compassionate and enthusiastic SEN Teaching Assistant in the Chester area to work in a warm and friendly school for children with learning difficulties and speech and language needs. You will support students with an interactive and practical curriculum and guide them to find independence and social skills by building strong and positive relationships. Benefits of working for Randstad:-Advice and editing on your current CV-Exclusive online services-Team teach training-Great market knowledge to match you to your perfect role-Dedicated consultant throughout your journey-Online e-learning training modules-Career advice-On call 24/7School Benefits:-On-site parking-Top of the range technology and modern resources-Extensive grounds-Team days and events-Brilliant career progression opportunities-A unique teaching approach-Paid holidays-Weekly training - Autism awareness, Team teach and MakatonYour responsibilities will include:-Working on a 1:1 basis and in small groups with pupils-Providing feedback to the teacher on students' progress and development-Creating a secure and positive classroom environment-Supervising and monitoring behaviour-Following the individual learning plans set by the teacherThe ideal candidate will:-Be able to build positive and appropriate relationships with students and teachers-Have a passion for working with SEN children -Have their own means of transport (essential)-Be able to support the general well-being of students -Have good numeracy and literacy skillsDoes this sound like the perfect role for you? Apply soon as we are interviewing candidates right now!
        • flint, wales
        • contract
        • £263 - £275 per week
        • full-time
        Do you want to take on a new and exciting challenge that will help to enhance your career?Have you got experience working with children or with adults with additional care needs?We are looking for a positive and dedicated individual to support pupils in a special high school inFlintshire. The pupils are between the ages of 11 and 19. The pupils have severe learning difficulties (SLD)or profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD), those with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) andothers who have additional complex learning needs. The school has many specialists to help aid thelearning of pupils, including a speech and language therapists, educational psychologists, nurses,physiotherapists, a visual impairment team and a hearing impairment team.Benefits of the position:- a dedicated, professional and friendly specialist consultant- competitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011)- commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including safeguarding and 'Team Teach' (positive behaviour management strategies)- 'recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300- access to Randstad's benefits package including discounts on holidays and high street stores- flexible hours and working patterns- outstanding schools to work at, with supportive staff, on-site parking and excellent staff facilities- the experience of working with the 11-18 age group; this type of role is excellent preparation for someone looking to do a PGCE in futureResponsibilities of the role:* Supporting children with autism, both verbal and non-verbal* Displaying patience and understanding* Developing a rapport with children and utilising an empathetic approach* To support children across all areas of learning with a variety of needs while also allowing them independence* Liaising with the relevant class teachers and SENCo when requiredREQUIREMENTSOur requirements for this post mean you must:- have experience of working with children, preferably 11-18, which can be referenced (voluntary work included)- be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check (DBS)- be registered or willing to register with the EWC- possess the motivation to achieve and add value to the school- be flexible, punctual, professional and approachable- be able to establish rapport quickly with children whilst maintaining a high standard of control and discipline- a degree qualification or a qualification in teaching and learning support is an advantageIf you match the above criteria, then this role could be perfect for you! Please apply as soon as possible or you will run the risk of missing out on this excellent opportunity.
        Do you want to take on a new and exciting challenge that will help to enhance your career?Have you got experience working with children or with adults with additional care needs?We are looking for a positive and dedicated individual to support pupils in a special high school inFlintshire. The pupils are between the ages of 11 and 19. The pupils have severe learning difficulties (SLD)or profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD), those with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) andothers who have additional complex learning needs. The school has many specialists to help aid thelearning of pupils, including a speech and language therapists, educational psychologists, nurses,physiotherapists, a visual impairment team and a hearing impairment team.Benefits of the position:- a dedicated, professional and friendly specialist consultant- competitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011)- commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including safeguarding and 'Team Teach' (positive behaviour management strategies)- 'recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300- access to Randstad's benefits package including discounts on holidays and high street stores- flexible hours and working patterns- outstanding schools to work at, with supportive staff, on-site parking and excellent staff facilities- the experience of working with the 11-18 age group; this type of role is excellent preparation for someone looking to do a PGCE in futureResponsibilities of the role:* Supporting children with autism, both verbal and non-verbal* Displaying patience and understanding* Developing a rapport with children and utilising an empathetic approach* To support children across all areas of learning with a variety of needs while also allowing them independence* Liaising with the relevant class teachers and SENCo when requiredREQUIREMENTSOur requirements for this post mean you must:- have experience of working with children, preferably 11-18, which can be referenced (voluntary work included)- be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check (DBS)- be registered or willing to register with the EWC- possess the motivation to achieve and add value to the school- be flexible, punctual, professional and approachable- be able to establish rapport quickly with children whilst maintaining a high standard of control and discipline- a degree qualification or a qualification in teaching and learning support is an advantageIf you match the above criteria, then this role could be perfect for you! Please apply as soon as possible or you will run the risk of missing out on this excellent opportunity.
        • sheffield, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • €65 - €75 per day
        • part-time
        Do you have the passion and drive to connect and inspire hard to reach young people? Are you able to manage behaviour effectively? Do you have a background in Youth Work, Sports Coaching, as a Teaching Assistant or Community work? If so, this could be the job role for you! Read on for details. A Secondary School in South Sheffield is looking for a SEN Teaching Assistant to join their team. The successful person will work part on an intergrated resource centre attached to an outstanding Secondary school in Sheffield. The students can often display challenging behaviours and so the successful applicant must either have experience, or is not phased by pupils going through emotional crisis. The role will involve supporting the pupils and class teacher throughout the day, providing guidance and reassurance to pupils and following the direction of the class teacher. Experience of working with children with Autism would be desirable. This is a temporary position and will start in September 2020.School Benefits:On site parking Close to public transport Top of the range equipment Extensive grounds and buildingSupportive staff team including therapists, nurses and specially trained teachersCPD opportunities Randstad Benefits: Dedicated SEND Consultants with experience working in SEN education 24/7 on-call service Free career adviceSupport and guidance throughout your roleMarket adviceJob matching based on your preferences Advice and feedback on your current CVCPD opportunities Your role will include: To establish constructive relationships with students To follow the positive behaviour plans for each individual childTo support class teacher to maintain a positive working environmentTo develop a clear understanding of the specific needs of the pupils you are working withTo look after children's physical, emotional, mental and social welfare To recognising signs of distress in children, offering reassurance and de-escalating the situation To support learners in their curriculum studies and throughout the dayKey skills and experience needed:Excellent communications and interpersonal skillsCommitment to and passion for working with vulnerable children Ability to build respectful relationships with children Experience working in SEND setting/ youth work/sports coaching/community work The ability to manage confrontation and challenging behaviourAble to work with learners with various learning difficulties e.g. ADHD or dyslexia Flexibility in approach to educating and supporting children Ideally team teach trained (opportunity to train with Randstad if not)Does this sound the like the position for you? Do you want to work in a role when you know you are making a meaningful difference? Do you feel you can provide the support this child needs? Then please apply to be considered for this position with an updated CV and a member of the SEND team will be in touch! Randstad Education has an array of positions in South Yorkshire area. If this is of interest to you, call Gemma at the Sheffield branch today
        Do you have the passion and drive to connect and inspire hard to reach young people? Are you able to manage behaviour effectively? Do you have a background in Youth Work, Sports Coaching, as a Teaching Assistant or Community work? If so, this could be the job role for you! Read on for details. A Secondary School in South Sheffield is looking for a SEN Teaching Assistant to join their team. The successful person will work part on an intergrated resource centre attached to an outstanding Secondary school in Sheffield. The students can often display challenging behaviours and so the successful applicant must either have experience, or is not phased by pupils going through emotional crisis. The role will involve supporting the pupils and class teacher throughout the day, providing guidance and reassurance to pupils and following the direction of the class teacher. Experience of working with children with Autism would be desirable. This is a temporary position and will start in September 2020.School Benefits:On site parking Close to public transport Top of the range equipment Extensive grounds and buildingSupportive staff team including therapists, nurses and specially trained teachersCPD opportunities Randstad Benefits: Dedicated SEND Consultants with experience working in SEN education 24/7 on-call service Free career adviceSupport and guidance throughout your roleMarket adviceJob matching based on your preferences Advice and feedback on your current CVCPD opportunities Your role will include: To establish constructive relationships with students To follow the positive behaviour plans for each individual childTo support class teacher to maintain a positive working environmentTo develop a clear understanding of the specific needs of the pupils you are working withTo look after children's physical, emotional, mental and social welfare To recognising signs of distress in children, offering reassurance and de-escalating the situation To support learners in their curriculum studies and throughout the dayKey skills and experience needed:Excellent communications and interpersonal skillsCommitment to and passion for working with vulnerable children Ability to build respectful relationships with children Experience working in SEND setting/ youth work/sports coaching/community work The ability to manage confrontation and challenging behaviourAble to work with learners with various learning difficulties e.g. ADHD or dyslexia Flexibility in approach to educating and supporting children Ideally team teach trained (opportunity to train with Randstad if not)Does this sound the like the position for you? Do you want to work in a role when you know you are making a meaningful difference? Do you feel you can provide the support this child needs? Then please apply to be considered for this position with an updated CV and a member of the SEND team will be in touch! Randstad Education has an array of positions in South Yorkshire area. If this is of interest to you, call Gemma at the Sheffield branch today

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