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        • winsford, north west
        • contract
        • £60 - £65 per day
        • full-time
        SEND Teaching AssistantRandstad Education is currently seeking a SEND Teaching Assistant to work long term with secondary aged student with autism. Students are well behaved at this school; staffs are welcoming, supportive and very friendly. The perfect candidate will have a positive and can do attitude, be empathetic, and have a good understanding of students with autism.Benefits of this SEND Teaching Assistant Role:Full time / Long term roleSupportive team and schoolRefer a friend scheme worth up to £300Dedicated consultant available on call 24/7Free on site car parkingCPD trainingMain Duties and Responsibilities:Working with small groups of SEN children throughout the schoolProviding support and targeted learningLiaising with the class teachers, SENCO and parentsAssisting teaching staff with classroom displays and assemblies when neededQualification, Skills and Education:Experience in a SEN setting.Teaching Assistant qualification but not essentialBe able to support children with Literacy, including Phonics, and Maths.If you are passionate about delivering a high-quality experience to students and interested in joining a strong team of specialist staff at a successful school, then apply online now.
        SEND Teaching AssistantRandstad Education is currently seeking a SEND Teaching Assistant to work long term with secondary aged student with autism. Students are well behaved at this school; staffs are welcoming, supportive and very friendly. The perfect candidate will have a positive and can do attitude, be empathetic, and have a good understanding of students with autism.Benefits of this SEND Teaching Assistant Role:Full time / Long term roleSupportive team and schoolRefer a friend scheme worth up to £300Dedicated consultant available on call 24/7Free on site car parkingCPD trainingMain Duties and Responsibilities:Working with small groups of SEN children throughout the schoolProviding support and targeted learningLiaising with the class teachers, SENCO and parentsAssisting teaching staff with classroom displays and assemblies when neededQualification, Skills and Education:Experience in a SEN setting.Teaching Assistant qualification but not essentialBe able to support children with Literacy, including Phonics, and Maths.If you are passionate about delivering a high-quality experience to students and interested in joining a strong team of specialist staff at a successful school, then apply online now.
        • pontefract, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £9.77 - £12.50 per hour
        • full-time
        ASD Teaching Assistant / HLTA - Specialist SEN Unit Are you a qualified Teaching Assistant? Do you have experience working with children or adults with Autism? Are you keen and passionate to help others? Wonderful! We want to speak with you about a brilliant opportunity! Our client is looking to appoint an HLTA or Teaching Assistant on a long term contract basis (with potential to extend), to provide essential academic and pastoral support to their pupils with Autism. The successful applicant will have experience within SEN settings or specifically with individuals with an Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnosis. The role is to support with the preparation of delivery and lessons within their specialist ASD unit to pupils with a diagnosis of ASD / MLD. This is a rewarding and fulfilling opportunity to make a difference in these children's lives through an understanding and caring approach to education with a specialist focus. The successful applicant will be required to work as part of a team but also potentially take keyworker responsibility for children with complex needs, effectively engaging the children in active learning and development of social skills. Benefits of working with the school:On site parking Near public transport links Training opportunitiesTop of the range equipment and technology Brilliant career progression opportunities Holistic and inclusive approach to teaching Supportive management CPD opportunities Benefits of working with Randstad:Dedicated SEND Consultants with experience working in SEN education24/7 on-call serviceFree career adviceSupport and guidance throughout your roleMarket adviceJob matching based on your preferencesAdvice and feedback on your current CVCPD opportunities generous refer a friend schemeThe role will include:To plan, prepare and deliver engaging lessonsTo assist children in class to make sure they are on track To liaise with support staff to ensure smooth running of classTo support the general wellbeing of the students To monitor and evaluate learners learning To enable learners to access the curriculum through a variety of techniques To fully utilise Teaching Assistant with the classroom to support aspects of teaching and behaviour management Requirements:Experience with children with additional needs essential ideally those on the autistic spectrumTo be able to work with learners with various learning difficulties A desire to encourage children to succeedA caring, patient and calm personality Have an understanding of children with special needs Be flexible in approach to education Are these the skills you can bring? Do you feel that this is the rewarding role for you? Then please apply now!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the enhanced DBS check.Randstad Education has an array of positions in the West Yorkshire area. If this is of interest to you then call Karen at the Leeds branch today.
        ASD Teaching Assistant / HLTA - Specialist SEN Unit Are you a qualified Teaching Assistant? Do you have experience working with children or adults with Autism? Are you keen and passionate to help others? Wonderful! We want to speak with you about a brilliant opportunity! Our client is looking to appoint an HLTA or Teaching Assistant on a long term contract basis (with potential to extend), to provide essential academic and pastoral support to their pupils with Autism. The successful applicant will have experience within SEN settings or specifically with individuals with an Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnosis. The role is to support with the preparation of delivery and lessons within their specialist ASD unit to pupils with a diagnosis of ASD / MLD. This is a rewarding and fulfilling opportunity to make a difference in these children's lives through an understanding and caring approach to education with a specialist focus. The successful applicant will be required to work as part of a team but also potentially take keyworker responsibility for children with complex needs, effectively engaging the children in active learning and development of social skills. Benefits of working with the school:On site parking Near public transport links Training opportunitiesTop of the range equipment and technology Brilliant career progression opportunities Holistic and inclusive approach to teaching Supportive management CPD opportunities Benefits of working with Randstad:Dedicated SEND Consultants with experience working in SEN education24/7 on-call serviceFree career adviceSupport and guidance throughout your roleMarket adviceJob matching based on your preferencesAdvice and feedback on your current CVCPD opportunities generous refer a friend schemeThe role will include:To plan, prepare and deliver engaging lessonsTo assist children in class to make sure they are on track To liaise with support staff to ensure smooth running of classTo support the general wellbeing of the students To monitor and evaluate learners learning To enable learners to access the curriculum through a variety of techniques To fully utilise Teaching Assistant with the classroom to support aspects of teaching and behaviour management Requirements:Experience with children with additional needs essential ideally those on the autistic spectrumTo be able to work with learners with various learning difficulties A desire to encourage children to succeedA caring, patient and calm personality Have an understanding of children with special needs Be flexible in approach to education Are these the skills you can bring? Do you feel that this is the rewarding role for you? Then please apply now!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the enhanced DBS check.Randstad Education has an array of positions in the West Yorkshire area. If this is of interest to you then call Karen at the Leeds branch today.
        • cranleigh, south east
        • permanent
        • £17,000 per year
        • part-time
        Are you looking for a full time role in a college?Do you have experience working with young adults with special needs?Are you looking for a role where you can make a difference?A well established private college is looking for learner support worker to work with young adults aged 19 to 25 year olds who are on various levels on the Autistic spectrum. The college is known for its unique curriculum that enables each student to benefit from 1:1 tutoring. You will be supported, mentored and trained every step of the way as wellgain qualifications as you work.There are full time and part time options available for this role.Benefits for working with Randstad: 1:1 specialised SEND consultant Exclusive roles Refer a friend scheme CV and career advice from professional educators Randstad benefit scheme (various vouchers and discounts!)Benefits for working with the College: Occupational sick pay scheme Free on-site car parking Contributory pension scheme Regular and on-going professional development programme and trainingYour role will include: Fully funded training Supporting Autistic learners enabling them to access the curriculum Assessing students on their development using the applied behaviour system Training on the various methodologies of working with Autistic learnersSkills required for the role: Minimum requirement grade C or grade 4 GCSE in English Language and Maths orequivalent Interest in the issue of special Educational Needs/Autism Experience of working with Children and or young adults from 19 to 25 years with or withoutspecial educational needs and disabilities (SEND) Experience or knowledge of special Educational Needs/Autism Spectrum DisordersIf you feel that this sounds like the role for you then get in touch with Sarah Elmasry on sarah.elmasry@randstadeducation.co.uk and/or call me for a chat about the role on 0754 107 2259 to see how I can support you to find your next dream job!Furthermore, if this role isn't right for you we have an array of roles in the Surrey, Sussex, Essex and Kent area that may be of interest to you so don't worry if this isn't the right one for you.Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools.Any successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the enhanced DBS check.
        Are you looking for a full time role in a college?Do you have experience working with young adults with special needs?Are you looking for a role where you can make a difference?A well established private college is looking for learner support worker to work with young adults aged 19 to 25 year olds who are on various levels on the Autistic spectrum. The college is known for its unique curriculum that enables each student to benefit from 1:1 tutoring. You will be supported, mentored and trained every step of the way as wellgain qualifications as you work.There are full time and part time options available for this role.Benefits for working with Randstad: 1:1 specialised SEND consultant Exclusive roles Refer a friend scheme CV and career advice from professional educators Randstad benefit scheme (various vouchers and discounts!)Benefits for working with the College: Occupational sick pay scheme Free on-site car parking Contributory pension scheme Regular and on-going professional development programme and trainingYour role will include: Fully funded training Supporting Autistic learners enabling them to access the curriculum Assessing students on their development using the applied behaviour system Training on the various methodologies of working with Autistic learnersSkills required for the role: Minimum requirement grade C or grade 4 GCSE in English Language and Maths orequivalent Interest in the issue of special Educational Needs/Autism Experience of working with Children and or young adults from 19 to 25 years with or withoutspecial educational needs and disabilities (SEND) Experience or knowledge of special Educational Needs/Autism Spectrum DisordersIf you feel that this sounds like the role for you then get in touch with Sarah Elmasry on sarah.elmasry@randstadeducation.co.uk and/or call me for a chat about the role on 0754 107 2259 to see how I can support you to find your next dream job!Furthermore, if this role isn't right for you we have an array of roles in the Surrey, Sussex, Essex and Kent area that may be of interest to you so don't worry if this isn't the right one for you.Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools.Any successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the enhanced DBS check.
        • horsham, south east
        • permanent
        • £17,000 per year
        • part-time
        Are you looking for a support worker role?Do you have experience working with young adults with special needs?Are you looking for a role where you can make a difference?A well established private college is looking for learner support worker to work with young adults aged 19 to 25 year olds. The college is known for its unique curriculum that enables each young adult to benefit from 1:1 tutoring. You will be supported, mentored and trained every step of the way as well gain qualifications as you work. Benefits for working with Randstad:* 1:1 specialised SEND consultant* Exclusive roles* Refer a friend scheme * CV and career advice from professional educators* Randstad benefit scheme (various vouchers and discounts!) Benefits for working with the College:* Occupational sick pay scheme* Free on-site car parking* Contributory pension scheme* Regular and on-going professional development programme and trainingYour role will include:* Fully funded training* Supporting Autistic learners enabling them to access the curriculum* Assessing students on their development using the applied behaviour system* Training on the various methodologies of working with Autistic learnersSkills required for the role:* Minimum requirement grade C or grade 4 GCSE in English Language and Maths or equivalent* Interest in the issue of special Educational Needs/Autism* Experience of working with Children and or young adults from 19 to 25 years with or without special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)* Experience or knowledge of special Educational Needs/Autism Spectrum DisordersIf you feel that this sounds like the role for you then get in touch with Sarah Elmasry on sarah.elmasry@randstadeducation.co.uk and/or call me for a chat about the role on 01293 527 416 to see how I can support you to find your next dream job!Furthermore, if this role isn't right for you we have an array of roles in the Surrey, Sussex, Essex and Kent area that may be of interest to you so don't worry if this isn't the right one for you.Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the enhanced DBS check.
        Are you looking for a support worker role?Do you have experience working with young adults with special needs?Are you looking for a role where you can make a difference?A well established private college is looking for learner support worker to work with young adults aged 19 to 25 year olds. The college is known for its unique curriculum that enables each young adult to benefit from 1:1 tutoring. You will be supported, mentored and trained every step of the way as well gain qualifications as you work. Benefits for working with Randstad:* 1:1 specialised SEND consultant* Exclusive roles* Refer a friend scheme * CV and career advice from professional educators* Randstad benefit scheme (various vouchers and discounts!) Benefits for working with the College:* Occupational sick pay scheme* Free on-site car parking* Contributory pension scheme* Regular and on-going professional development programme and trainingYour role will include:* Fully funded training* Supporting Autistic learners enabling them to access the curriculum* Assessing students on their development using the applied behaviour system* Training on the various methodologies of working with Autistic learnersSkills required for the role:* Minimum requirement grade C or grade 4 GCSE in English Language and Maths or equivalent* Interest in the issue of special Educational Needs/Autism* Experience of working with Children and or young adults from 19 to 25 years with or without special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)* Experience or knowledge of special Educational Needs/Autism Spectrum DisordersIf you feel that this sounds like the role for you then get in touch with Sarah Elmasry on sarah.elmasry@randstadeducation.co.uk and/or call me for a chat about the role on 01293 527 416 to see how I can support you to find your next dream job!Furthermore, if this role isn't right for you we have an array of roles in the Surrey, Sussex, Essex and Kent area that may be of interest to you so don't worry if this isn't the right one for you.Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the enhanced DBS check.
        • horsham, south east
        • permanent
        • £17,000 per year
        • full-time
        Are you an experienced support worker looking for sociable hours?Have you thought of supporting students in a college setting?Do you have experience working with young adults with Autism?If this sounds like a role you'd like to know more about then get in touch today!An outstanding college is looking for support workers to work with their young adults aged 18 to 25 year olds. The college supports Autistic students who are on varied levels of the Autistic spectrum. Your role is to support them with their daily functional skills and get them ready for when they leave the college to allow them to integrate successfully with the community. If you enjoy shopping, cooking lessons and are a hands on person then this is the right role for you. You must have a car for this role because the college isn't accessible by public transport. Full-time and part-time available.Benefits for working with Randstad:1:1 specialised SEND consultantExclusive rolesRefer a friend schemeCV and career advice from professional educatorsRandstad benefit scheme (various vouchers and discounts!)Benefits for working with the College:Occupational sick pay schemeFree on-site car parkingContributory pension schemeRegular and on-going professional development programme and trainingYour role will include:Fully funded trainingSupporting Autistic learners enabling them to access the curriculumAssessing students on their development using the applied behaviour systemTraining on the various methodologies of working with Autistic learnersSkills required for the role:Minimum requirement grade C or grade 4 GCSE in English Language and Maths or equivalentInterest in the issue of special Educational Needs/AutismExperience of working with Children and or young adults from 19 to 25 years with or withoutspecial educational needs and disabilities (SEND)Experience or knowledge of special Educational Needs/Autism Spectrum DisordersIf you feel that this sounds like the role for you then get in touch with Sarah Elmasry onsarah.elmasry@randstadeducation.co.uk and/or call me for a chat about the role on 01293 527 416 to see how I can support you to find your next dream job!Furthermore, if this role isn't right for you we have an array of roles in the Surrey, Sussex, Essex and Kent area that may be of interest to you so don't worry if this isn't the right one for you.Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools.Any successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the enhanced DBS check.
        Are you an experienced support worker looking for sociable hours?Have you thought of supporting students in a college setting?Do you have experience working with young adults with Autism?If this sounds like a role you'd like to know more about then get in touch today!An outstanding college is looking for support workers to work with their young adults aged 18 to 25 year olds. The college supports Autistic students who are on varied levels of the Autistic spectrum. Your role is to support them with their daily functional skills and get them ready for when they leave the college to allow them to integrate successfully with the community. If you enjoy shopping, cooking lessons and are a hands on person then this is the right role for you. You must have a car for this role because the college isn't accessible by public transport. Full-time and part-time available.Benefits for working with Randstad:1:1 specialised SEND consultantExclusive rolesRefer a friend schemeCV and career advice from professional educatorsRandstad benefit scheme (various vouchers and discounts!)Benefits for working with the College:Occupational sick pay schemeFree on-site car parkingContributory pension schemeRegular and on-going professional development programme and trainingYour role will include:Fully funded trainingSupporting Autistic learners enabling them to access the curriculumAssessing students on their development using the applied behaviour systemTraining on the various methodologies of working with Autistic learnersSkills required for the role:Minimum requirement grade C or grade 4 GCSE in English Language and Maths or equivalentInterest in the issue of special Educational Needs/AutismExperience of working with Children and or young adults from 19 to 25 years with or withoutspecial educational needs and disabilities (SEND)Experience or knowledge of special Educational Needs/Autism Spectrum DisordersIf you feel that this sounds like the role for you then get in touch with Sarah Elmasry onsarah.elmasry@randstadeducation.co.uk and/or call me for a chat about the role on 01293 527 416 to see how I can support you to find your next dream job!Furthermore, if this role isn't right for you we have an array of roles in the Surrey, Sussex, Essex and Kent area that may be of interest to you so don't worry if this isn't the right one for you.Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools.Any successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the enhanced DBS check.
        • greater manchester, north west
        • contract
        • competitive
        • full-time
        Do you want a job role in a dynamic working environment?Do you want to help young people improve their academic success?We are looking for an enthusiastic person to work with young people in KS1 and KS2 in schools in the Greater Manchester area. The successful candidate will aim to improve the academic achievement of primary school children and help them to reach their full potential. You will be teaching the children a range of subjects, including Maths, English and Science. These children may have severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD), profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD) and Autism (ASC). There are multiple benefits of this role including:* Working with small class sizes and gaining a more detailed understanding of the children's needs and attainment* The opportunity to work in a diverse role * Gaining experience and developing skills in teaching Special Educational Needs (SEN)* Working alongside a skilled staff teamYour responsibilities will include:* Teaching lessons to primary school children* Planning lessons for a range of different subjects* Creating engaging and creative lesson plans for the children* Tracking progress of the pupils and devising plans to improve attainment based on successes and weaknesses of the classThe requirements for this role are:* A DBS on the update service* A teaching qualification (NQTs will also be considered)* Experience in teaching pupils with SEN* Being passionate about providing an excellent learning experience The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with a fantastic staff team who will aid your development in working with SEN children. You will be working in a nurturing environment where all the pupils' needs can be attended to. You will be given excellent training and gain lots of experience working with a brilliant group of young children.If this sounds like a role that you would be interested in, please call Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Do you want a job role in a dynamic working environment?Do you want to help young people improve their academic success?We are looking for an enthusiastic person to work with young people in KS1 and KS2 in schools in the Greater Manchester area. The successful candidate will aim to improve the academic achievement of primary school children and help them to reach their full potential. You will be teaching the children a range of subjects, including Maths, English and Science. These children may have severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD), profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD) and Autism (ASC). There are multiple benefits of this role including:* Working with small class sizes and gaining a more detailed understanding of the children's needs and attainment* The opportunity to work in a diverse role * Gaining experience and developing skills in teaching Special Educational Needs (SEN)* Working alongside a skilled staff teamYour responsibilities will include:* Teaching lessons to primary school children* Planning lessons for a range of different subjects* Creating engaging and creative lesson plans for the children* Tracking progress of the pupils and devising plans to improve attainment based on successes and weaknesses of the classThe requirements for this role are:* A DBS on the update service* A teaching qualification (NQTs will also be considered)* Experience in teaching pupils with SEN* Being passionate about providing an excellent learning experience The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with a fantastic staff team who will aid your development in working with SEN children. You will be working in a nurturing environment where all the pupils' needs can be attended to. You will be given excellent training and gain lots of experience working with a brilliant group of young children.If this sounds like a role that you would be interested in, please call Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • salford, north west
        • contract
        • £60.00 per hour
        • 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 inSalford. 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.The schools mission statement is "to create opportunities for every pupil to develop to theirmaximum potential. We strive to deliver an outstanding service to all pupils and their parents. Welook for every chance to recognise and celebrate achievement. We take pride in what we do andaccept that all we do can be continually improved. We aim to enhance the quality of life for allpupils".To succeed in their mission statement, the school has many aims, some of these include: To offer each pupil a broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated curriculum within theNational Curriculum that is externally accredited where appropriate. To ensure that pupils' individual needs are met in terms of moral, spiritual and socialdevelopments and in the acquisition of personal and social values and skills. To maximise every pupil's potential for independence whilst respecting those pupils who willalways require support. To support parents and families by keeping them informed and involved in their child'sprogress, achievement and school events. To encourage, support and develop all staff in a positive professional environment whereindividual needs and achievements are recognised and appreciated. To promote and develop skills for further education, work, home and leisure activities. To help pupils develop into good citizens, with minds ready to explore, question andchallenge policies underpinning society.There are many benefits of the role, including: The opportunity to work in a school rated as outstanding by Ofsted Working with a school with state of the art facilities, including a large well-stocked sensorygarden, a hydrotherapy pool, a multi-use games area, outside gym equipment area, a full-sized football pitch and a sensory lightroom Gaining valuable experience with a skilled staff team who will help to improve yourknowledge and skills within the SEN sector Working with pupils who are eager to learnThe responsibilities of this role are: Deliver tailored teaching activities to pupils on either a one-to-one basis or in small groups Support the teacher in managing challenging pupil behaviour and promoting positivebehaviour Provide feedback to the teacher about pupil progress with pupils you have been workingwith Help pupils with their additional care needs (e.g. toileting, feeding)The requirements for the role are: A DBS on the update service Experience working with children or adults working with additional needs A dedication to creating a positive learning environment to pupils who are eager to learn Being a resilient, caring and supportive personThe successful candidate will work in a school where all teaching staff are highly dedicated tomeeting the specific needs of all students. You will be working in a caring environment with pupilswho want to achieve their best. To apply for the role, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 oremail at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        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 inSalford. 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.The schools mission statement is "to create opportunities for every pupil to develop to theirmaximum potential. We strive to deliver an outstanding service to all pupils and their parents. Welook for every chance to recognise and celebrate achievement. We take pride in what we do andaccept that all we do can be continually improved. We aim to enhance the quality of life for allpupils".To succeed in their mission statement, the school has many aims, some of these include: To offer each pupil a broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated curriculum within theNational Curriculum that is externally accredited where appropriate. To ensure that pupils' individual needs are met in terms of moral, spiritual and socialdevelopments and in the acquisition of personal and social values and skills. To maximise every pupil's potential for independence whilst respecting those pupils who willalways require support. To support parents and families by keeping them informed and involved in their child'sprogress, achievement and school events. To encourage, support and develop all staff in a positive professional environment whereindividual needs and achievements are recognised and appreciated. To promote and develop skills for further education, work, home and leisure activities. To help pupils develop into good citizens, with minds ready to explore, question andchallenge policies underpinning society.There are many benefits of the role, including: The opportunity to work in a school rated as outstanding by Ofsted Working with a school with state of the art facilities, including a large well-stocked sensorygarden, a hydrotherapy pool, a multi-use games area, outside gym equipment area, a full-sized football pitch and a sensory lightroom Gaining valuable experience with a skilled staff team who will help to improve yourknowledge and skills within the SEN sector Working with pupils who are eager to learnThe responsibilities of this role are: Deliver tailored teaching activities to pupils on either a one-to-one basis or in small groups Support the teacher in managing challenging pupil behaviour and promoting positivebehaviour Provide feedback to the teacher about pupil progress with pupils you have been workingwith Help pupils with their additional care needs (e.g. toileting, feeding)The requirements for the role are: A DBS on the update service Experience working with children or adults working with additional needs A dedication to creating a positive learning environment to pupils who are eager to learn Being a resilient, caring and supportive personThe successful candidate will work in a school where all teaching staff are highly dedicated tomeeting the specific needs of all students. You will be working in a caring environment with pupilswho want to achieve their best. To apply for the role, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 oremail at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • sefton, north west
        • contract
        • full-time
        Are you looking for a highly rewarding Learning Support Assistant role? Do you enjoy working with children with ASD and Behaviour issues? Do you want to inspire our next generation? If so, Randstad require Learning Support Assistant who specialises in working with children who have Behaviour issues and ASD for a long term role based in a SEND school in Sefton. This is long term Learning Support Assistant role starting in September 2020 and will run until July 2021. The school is looking for a Learning Support Assistant that wants to work in a school that is passionate about pupil progression. Requirements:Learning Support Assistant experienceExperience of working with children with ASD from KS2-KS4Ability to build a good rapport with pupils and staff alike.A committed and dedicated character with a passion for supporting children BenefitsBenefits of working with Randstad as a teacherCompetitive daily rates of payDedicated consultant - Only ever a phone call awayRefer a friend scheme - £300 For each referralLong term or ongoing bookings - We can even get you permanent roleMonthly incentives - Candidate of the Term Please send your CV joanne.south@randtsadeducation.co.uk alternatively ring 0151 255 1666
        Are you looking for a highly rewarding Learning Support Assistant role? Do you enjoy working with children with ASD and Behaviour issues? Do you want to inspire our next generation? If so, Randstad require Learning Support Assistant who specialises in working with children who have Behaviour issues and ASD for a long term role based in a SEND school in Sefton. This is long term Learning Support Assistant role starting in September 2020 and will run until July 2021. The school is looking for a Learning Support Assistant that wants to work in a school that is passionate about pupil progression. Requirements:Learning Support Assistant experienceExperience of working with children with ASD from KS2-KS4Ability to build a good rapport with pupils and staff alike.A committed and dedicated character with a passion for supporting children BenefitsBenefits of working with Randstad as a teacherCompetitive daily rates of payDedicated consultant - Only ever a phone call awayRefer a friend scheme - £300 For each referralLong term or ongoing bookings - We can even get you permanent roleMonthly incentives - Candidate of the Term Please send your CV joanne.south@randtsadeducation.co.uk alternatively ring 0151 255 1666
        • sefton, north west
        • contract
        • full-time
        Special Needs Teaching AssistantSefton Special SchoolOn-going supply assignment Randstad Education is looking to appoint a KS1/2/3 & 4 Teaching Assistant (TA) to join our successful supply team and work in a local SEND School in Sefton. The Role:This is a supply TA role, which will commence in October 2020. The role The desired Teaching Assistant (TA) will be working alongside children and young people who have Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities (PMLD) and Autism. The school:This SEND School is looking for a committed and successful TA to join their motivated team. The local community is highly supportive of the school and parental involvement is very positive. Requirements:- Experience of working as a Teaching Assistant in a school environment.- Experienced in working with smaller nurture groups to boost attainment.- Comfortable with personal care.- A genuine desire to become part of a committed team of school staff. Randstad Education is committed to safeguarding children and young people. We take our responsibilities extremely seriously. All staff we register will undertake thorough interviewing and referencing checks and hold, or be prepared to undergo, an Enhanced DBS check that must be registered on the Update Service. About Randstad EducationRandstad Education is a market-leading education recruitment and supply agency committed to the learning and development of young people. We are an employer of choice for high-quality primary, secondary and SEND teaching and support staff. We have branches across the country, and we are a market leader in the education sector across the North West. What Randstad Education offerAs a valued employee of Randstad Education, you will receive:- Excellent daily rates paid weekly by our in-house payroll team using the Pay As You Earn (PAYE) system.- Guaranteed pay scheme (subject to availability and qualifying criteria).- Pension contributions (subject to a qualifying period).- Full compliance with AWR (Agency Workers' Regulations), to make sure you get the pay and working conditions you are entitled to.- FREE training to help with your professional development such as Team Teach, Autism Awareness and an online Educare training package worth £370.- Regular social events with 100% complimentary food and drinks.- Refer a friend or colleague bonus scheme.- Access to a dedicated consultant, who will provide ongoing support. How to applyIf you are a Teaching Assistant (TA) who can enthuse, motivate and engage students and would like the challenge of working in a demanding and rewarding environment, then we want to hear from you. Apply today via this website, or for more information about this role and other opportunities across Randstad Education, please send your CV to joanne.south@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Special Needs Teaching AssistantSefton Special SchoolOn-going supply assignment Randstad Education is looking to appoint a KS1/2/3 & 4 Teaching Assistant (TA) to join our successful supply team and work in a local SEND School in Sefton. The Role:This is a supply TA role, which will commence in October 2020. The role The desired Teaching Assistant (TA) will be working alongside children and young people who have Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities (PMLD) and Autism. The school:This SEND School is looking for a committed and successful TA to join their motivated team. The local community is highly supportive of the school and parental involvement is very positive. Requirements:- Experience of working as a Teaching Assistant in a school environment.- Experienced in working with smaller nurture groups to boost attainment.- Comfortable with personal care.- A genuine desire to become part of a committed team of school staff. Randstad Education is committed to safeguarding children and young people. We take our responsibilities extremely seriously. All staff we register will undertake thorough interviewing and referencing checks and hold, or be prepared to undergo, an Enhanced DBS check that must be registered on the Update Service. About Randstad EducationRandstad Education is a market-leading education recruitment and supply agency committed to the learning and development of young people. We are an employer of choice for high-quality primary, secondary and SEND teaching and support staff. We have branches across the country, and we are a market leader in the education sector across the North West. What Randstad Education offerAs a valued employee of Randstad Education, you will receive:- Excellent daily rates paid weekly by our in-house payroll team using the Pay As You Earn (PAYE) system.- Guaranteed pay scheme (subject to availability and qualifying criteria).- Pension contributions (subject to a qualifying period).- Full compliance with AWR (Agency Workers' Regulations), to make sure you get the pay and working conditions you are entitled to.- FREE training to help with your professional development such as Team Teach, Autism Awareness and an online Educare training package worth £370.- Regular social events with 100% complimentary food and drinks.- Refer a friend or colleague bonus scheme.- Access to a dedicated consultant, who will provide ongoing support. How to applyIf you are a Teaching Assistant (TA) who can enthuse, motivate and engage students and would like the challenge of working in a demanding and rewarding environment, then we want to hear from you. Apply today via this website, or for more information about this role and other opportunities across Randstad Education, please send your CV to joanne.south@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • stockport, north west
        • contract
        • £60 - £75 per year
        • full-time
        Do you want to make a difference in the lives of children who are eager to learn?Are you interested in gaining valuable experience in the SEN sector?We are looking for a dedicated and hard-working individual to work with some amazing pupils in aschool that provides education to young people between the ages of 2 to 19 years old. The childrenmay have complex learning disabilities combined with significant communication difficultiesincluding little or no oral language. The school has expertise with autism spectrum conditions (ASD) deafblindness/multi-sensory impairment, hearing impairment with additional needs, profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD), auditory processing disorder, visual impairment including cortical visual impairment with additional needs and additional medical needs including progressive and degenerative conditions. The school offers a wide range of inclusive sport, health and leisure activities for the community, their students and staff. The schools vision is for the children and young people in their care to be safe, happy and to achieve the best possible outcomes so that they are valued and valuable members of their communities. To achieve this, they have many different facilities for the pupils to use. These include a swimming pool, a hydrotherapy pool, a sports hall with a climbing wall, sensory rooms, gamelan suit, audiology clinic, medical centre and a fitnesssuite. The school is based in Cheadle Hulme.The schools curriculum was made to devise teaching and learning programmes to meet the needs of individual students' destinations when leaving school and to work in partnership and co-operation with parents, residential staff and other professionals who share the responsibility for the well-being of the individual and the development of self esteem. The schools aims to use the curriculum to ensure equal opportunity of access to all relevant aspects of the curriculum regardless of the nature and degree of disability gender, race, and culture of each individual. They aim to offer each student the opportunity to develop their personality by allowing choice and the pursuit of personal areas ofinterest and to provide each student with a stimulating, challenging, supportive and inclusivelearning environment.The schools values: Aspiration Collaboration Integrity Respect TrustThere are several benefits of working in this job role, including: Working in a school rated outstanding in their last Ofsted inspection Gaining valuable experience in the SEN sector Working in a school with some of the best facilities and equipment in the country The opportunity to work in a diverse roleYour responsibilities will include: Supporting the teacher within the classroom Helping the pupils with their additional care needs (e.g. feeding, toileting) Working with pupils both one to one and in small groups Prepare for lessons (e.g. preparing resources, putting out equipment)The requirements for this role are: A DBS on the update service Experience either with children or adults with additional care needs A strong regard for pupils safety and well-being Reading, writing, numeracy and communication skillsThe successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with an amazing staff network that willsupport you on your journey to becoming an experienced teaching assistant. You will be working in acaring, warm and friendly environment with children who are eager to learn. If you are interested inthis job role and would like to apply, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email atlaura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Do you want to make a difference in the lives of children who are eager to learn?Are you interested in gaining valuable experience in the SEN sector?We are looking for a dedicated and hard-working individual to work with some amazing pupils in aschool that provides education to young people between the ages of 2 to 19 years old. The childrenmay have complex learning disabilities combined with significant communication difficultiesincluding little or no oral language. The school has expertise with autism spectrum conditions (ASD) deafblindness/multi-sensory impairment, hearing impairment with additional needs, profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD), auditory processing disorder, visual impairment including cortical visual impairment with additional needs and additional medical needs including progressive and degenerative conditions. The school offers a wide range of inclusive sport, health and leisure activities for the community, their students and staff. The schools vision is for the children and young people in their care to be safe, happy and to achieve the best possible outcomes so that they are valued and valuable members of their communities. To achieve this, they have many different facilities for the pupils to use. These include a swimming pool, a hydrotherapy pool, a sports hall with a climbing wall, sensory rooms, gamelan suit, audiology clinic, medical centre and a fitnesssuite. The school is based in Cheadle Hulme.The schools curriculum was made to devise teaching and learning programmes to meet the needs of individual students' destinations when leaving school and to work in partnership and co-operation with parents, residential staff and other professionals who share the responsibility for the well-being of the individual and the development of self esteem. The schools aims to use the curriculum to ensure equal opportunity of access to all relevant aspects of the curriculum regardless of the nature and degree of disability gender, race, and culture of each individual. They aim to offer each student the opportunity to develop their personality by allowing choice and the pursuit of personal areas ofinterest and to provide each student with a stimulating, challenging, supportive and inclusivelearning environment.The schools values: Aspiration Collaboration Integrity Respect TrustThere are several benefits of working in this job role, including: Working in a school rated outstanding in their last Ofsted inspection Gaining valuable experience in the SEN sector Working in a school with some of the best facilities and equipment in the country The opportunity to work in a diverse roleYour responsibilities will include: Supporting the teacher within the classroom Helping the pupils with their additional care needs (e.g. feeding, toileting) Working with pupils both one to one and in small groups Prepare for lessons (e.g. preparing resources, putting out equipment)The requirements for this role are: A DBS on the update service Experience either with children or adults with additional care needs A strong regard for pupils safety and well-being Reading, writing, numeracy and communication skillsThe successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with an amazing staff network that willsupport you on your journey to becoming an experienced teaching assistant. You will be working in acaring, warm and friendly environment with children who are eager to learn. If you are interested inthis job role and would like to apply, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email atlaura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • aldershot, south east
        • permanent
        • £17,000 per year
        • full-time
        Are you looking for a support worker role?Do you have experience working with young adults with special needs?Are you looking for a role where you can make a difference?A well established private college is looking for a learner support worker to work with young adults aged 19 to 25 year olds. The college is known for its unique curriculum that enables each child to benefit from 1:1 tutoring. You will be supported, mentored and trained every step of the way as well gain qualifications as you work. The college supports Autistic learners who are on various levels of the Autistic spectrum.Benefits for working with Randstad:* 1:1 specialised SEND consultant* Exclusive roles* Refer a friend scheme * CV and career advice from professional educators* Randstad benefit scheme (various vouchers and discounts!) Benefits for working with the College:* Occupational sick pay scheme* Free on-site car parking* Contributory pension scheme* Regular and on-going professional development programme and trainingYour role will include:* Fully funded training* Supporting Autistic learners enabling them to access the curriculum* Assessing students on their development using the applied behaviour system* Training on the various methodologies of working with Autistic learnersSkills required for the role:* Minimum requirement grade C or grade 4 GCSE in English Language and Maths or equivalent* Interest in the issue of special Educational Needs/Autism* Experience of working with Children and or young adults from 19 to 25 years with or without special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)* Experience or knowledge of special Educational Needs/Autism Spectrum DisordersIf you feel that this sounds like the role for you then get in touch with Sarah Elmasry on sarah.elmasry@randstadeducation.co.uk and/or call me for a chat about the role on 01293 527 416 to see how I can support you to find your next dream job!Furthermore, if this role isn't right for you we have an array of roles in the Surrey, Sussex, Essex and Kent area that may be of interest to you so don't worry if this isn't the right one for you.Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the enhanced DBS check.
        Are you looking for a support worker role?Do you have experience working with young adults with special needs?Are you looking for a role where you can make a difference?A well established private college is looking for a learner support worker to work with young adults aged 19 to 25 year olds. The college is known for its unique curriculum that enables each child to benefit from 1:1 tutoring. You will be supported, mentored and trained every step of the way as well gain qualifications as you work. The college supports Autistic learners who are on various levels of the Autistic spectrum.Benefits for working with Randstad:* 1:1 specialised SEND consultant* Exclusive roles* Refer a friend scheme * CV and career advice from professional educators* Randstad benefit scheme (various vouchers and discounts!) Benefits for working with the College:* Occupational sick pay scheme* Free on-site car parking* Contributory pension scheme* Regular and on-going professional development programme and trainingYour role will include:* Fully funded training* Supporting Autistic learners enabling them to access the curriculum* Assessing students on their development using the applied behaviour system* Training on the various methodologies of working with Autistic learnersSkills required for the role:* Minimum requirement grade C or grade 4 GCSE in English Language and Maths or equivalent* Interest in the issue of special Educational Needs/Autism* Experience of working with Children and or young adults from 19 to 25 years with or without special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)* Experience or knowledge of special Educational Needs/Autism Spectrum DisordersIf you feel that this sounds like the role for you then get in touch with Sarah Elmasry on sarah.elmasry@randstadeducation.co.uk and/or call me for a chat about the role on 01293 527 416 to see how I can support you to find your next dream job!Furthermore, if this role isn't right for you we have an array of roles in the Surrey, Sussex, Essex and Kent area that may be of interest to you so don't worry if this isn't the right one for you.Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the enhanced DBS check.
        • godalming, south east
        • contract
        • £16,000 - £17,000 per year
        • full-time
        Are you interested in promoting the inclusion and development of learners with Special Educational Needs? Do you take pride in enabling children to become more independent and providing them with skills they will need in later life? Do you have resilience and experience working with SEN and/or EBD?A great SEN school near Godalming, set on beautiful grounds, is looking for a dedicated, engaging and inspiring teaching assistant. The children at this school have a range of learning difficulties such as Autism and ADHD, and speech and language needs. The school aim to provide an interactive and accessible curriculum using outdoor activities and educational trips as well as engaging lessons in the classroom. 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 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 teacherAn ideal candidate may possess the following skills and capabilities:-An ability to build positive and appropriate relationships with students and teachers-A passion for working with SEN children -Own means of transport (this is essential)-An ability to support the general well-being of students -Good numeracy and literacy skillsDoes this sound like the perfect role for you? Apply soon as we are interviewing candidates right now!For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Emily Stokes on 01293 527416 or email emily.stokes@randstadeducation.co.uk for a chat about the role.If this isn't the right role for you, we have an array of positions in the Sussex, Surrey, Essex and Kent area which may also be of interest to you.Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the enhanced DBS check.
        Are you interested in promoting the inclusion and development of learners with Special Educational Needs? Do you take pride in enabling children to become more independent and providing them with skills they will need in later life? Do you have resilience and experience working with SEN and/or EBD?A great SEN school near Godalming, set on beautiful grounds, is looking for a dedicated, engaging and inspiring teaching assistant. The children at this school have a range of learning difficulties such as Autism and ADHD, and speech and language needs. The school aim to provide an interactive and accessible curriculum using outdoor activities and educational trips as well as engaging lessons in the classroom. 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 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 teacherAn ideal candidate may possess the following skills and capabilities:-An ability to build positive and appropriate relationships with students and teachers-A passion for working with SEN children -Own means of transport (this is essential)-An ability to support the general well-being of students -Good numeracy and literacy skillsDoes this sound like the perfect role for you? Apply soon as we are interviewing candidates right now!For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Emily Stokes on 01293 527416 or email emily.stokes@randstadeducation.co.uk for a chat about the role.If this isn't the right role for you, we have an array of positions in the Sussex, Surrey, Essex and Kent area which may also be of interest to you.Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the enhanced DBS check.
        • crawley, south east
        • permanent
        • £16,200 - £17,000 per year
        • full-time
        Have you got experience working with special needs children?Are you keen on personal development and training?Would you like to become a qualified tutor?An exciting opportunity at an outstanding special needs school is available for someone who would like to become a qualified 1:1 tutor. The role involves training, shadowing and working towards a qualification. You will train to work with children who are on various levels of the autistic spectrum supporting them to gain their independence by using a tailored and unique curriculum for each student that suits their needs.Due to the school's location you must have a car.Benefits for working with Randstad:1:1 specialised SEND consultantExclusive rolesRefer a friend schemeCV and career advice from professional educatorsRandstad benefit scheme (various vouchers and discounts!)Benefits for working with the College:Occupational sick pay schemeFree on-site car parkingContributory pension schemeRegular and on-going professional development programme and trainingYour role will include:Fully funded trainingSupporting Autistic learners enabling them to access the curriculumAssessing students on their development using the applied behaviour systemTraining on the various methodologies of working with Autistic learnersSkills required for the role:Minimum requirement grade C or grade 4 GCSE in English Language and Maths or equivalentInterest in the issue of special Educational Needs/AutismExperience of working with Children and or young adults from 19 to 25 years with or withoutspecial educational needs and disabilities (SEND)Experience or knowledge of special Educational Needs/Autism Spectrum DisordersIf you feel that this sounds like the role for you then get in touch with Sarah Elmasry onsarah.elmasry@randstadeducation.co.uk and/or call me for a chat about the role on 01293 527 416 to see how I can support you to find your next dream job!Furthermore, if this role isn't right for you we have an array of roles in the Surrey, Sussex, Essex and Kent area that may be of interest to you so don't worry if this isn't the right one for you.Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools.Any successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the enhanced DBS check.
        Have you got experience working with special needs children?Are you keen on personal development and training?Would you like to become a qualified tutor?An exciting opportunity at an outstanding special needs school is available for someone who would like to become a qualified 1:1 tutor. The role involves training, shadowing and working towards a qualification. You will train to work with children who are on various levels of the autistic spectrum supporting them to gain their independence by using a tailored and unique curriculum for each student that suits their needs.Due to the school's location you must have a car.Benefits for working with Randstad:1:1 specialised SEND consultantExclusive rolesRefer a friend schemeCV and career advice from professional educatorsRandstad benefit scheme (various vouchers and discounts!)Benefits for working with the College:Occupational sick pay schemeFree on-site car parkingContributory pension schemeRegular and on-going professional development programme and trainingYour role will include:Fully funded trainingSupporting Autistic learners enabling them to access the curriculumAssessing students on their development using the applied behaviour systemTraining on the various methodologies of working with Autistic learnersSkills required for the role:Minimum requirement grade C or grade 4 GCSE in English Language and Maths or equivalentInterest in the issue of special Educational Needs/AutismExperience of working with Children and or young adults from 19 to 25 years with or withoutspecial educational needs and disabilities (SEND)Experience or knowledge of special Educational Needs/Autism Spectrum DisordersIf you feel that this sounds like the role for you then get in touch with Sarah Elmasry onsarah.elmasry@randstadeducation.co.uk and/or call me for a chat about the role on 01293 527 416 to see how I can support you to find your next dream job!Furthermore, if this role isn't right for you we have an array of roles in the Surrey, Sussex, Essex and Kent area that may be of interest to you so don't worry if this isn't the right one for you.Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools.Any successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the enhanced DBS check.
        • godalming, south east
        • permanent
        • £17,000 per year
        • part-time
        Are you looking for a new job to start this half term?Do you enjoy working with young adults with special needs?Do you enjoy being a support worker but are looking for sociable hours?If you've answered yes to this question then call me to today for an informal chat about the role!An outstanding college is looking for support workers to work with their young adults. The college supports Autistic students who are on varied levels of the Autistic spectrum. Your role is to support them with their daily functional skills and get them ready for when they leave the college to allow them to integrate successfully with the community. If you enjoy shopping, cooking lessons and are a hands on person then this is the right role for you. You must have a car for this role because the college isn't accessible by public transport. Full-time and part-time available.Benefits for working with Randstad:1:1 specialised SEND consultantExclusive rolesRefer a friend schemeCV and career advice from professional educatorsRandstad benefit scheme (various vouchers and discounts!)Benefits for working with the College:Occupational sick pay schemeFree on-site car parkingContributory pension schemeRegular and on-going professional development programme and trainingYour role will include:Fully funded trainingSupporting Autistic learners enabling them to access the curriculumAssessing students on their development using the applied behaviour systemTraining on the various methodologies of working with Autistic learnersSkills required for the role:Minimum requirement grade C or grade 4 GCSE in English Language and Maths orequivalentInterest in the issue of special Educational Needs/AutismExperience of working with Children and or young adults from 19 to 25 years with or withoutspecial educational needs and disabilities (SEND)Experience or knowledge of special Educational Needs/Autism Spectrum DisordersIf you feel that this sounds like the role for you then get in touch with Sarah Elmasry onsarah.elmasry@randstadeducation.co.uk and/or call me for a chat about the role on 01293 527 416 to see how I can support you to find your next dream job!Furthermore, if this role isn't right for you we have an array of roles in the Surrey, Sussex, Essex and Kent area that may be of interest to you so don't worry if this isn't the right one for you.Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools.Any successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the enhanced DBS check.
        Are you looking for a new job to start this half term?Do you enjoy working with young adults with special needs?Do you enjoy being a support worker but are looking for sociable hours?If you've answered yes to this question then call me to today for an informal chat about the role!An outstanding college is looking for support workers to work with their young adults. The college supports Autistic students who are on varied levels of the Autistic spectrum. Your role is to support them with their daily functional skills and get them ready for when they leave the college to allow them to integrate successfully with the community. If you enjoy shopping, cooking lessons and are a hands on person then this is the right role for you. You must have a car for this role because the college isn't accessible by public transport. Full-time and part-time available.Benefits for working with Randstad:1:1 specialised SEND consultantExclusive rolesRefer a friend schemeCV and career advice from professional educatorsRandstad benefit scheme (various vouchers and discounts!)Benefits for working with the College:Occupational sick pay schemeFree on-site car parkingContributory pension schemeRegular and on-going professional development programme and trainingYour role will include:Fully funded trainingSupporting Autistic learners enabling them to access the curriculumAssessing students on their development using the applied behaviour systemTraining on the various methodologies of working with Autistic learnersSkills required for the role:Minimum requirement grade C or grade 4 GCSE in English Language and Maths orequivalentInterest in the issue of special Educational Needs/AutismExperience of working with Children and or young adults from 19 to 25 years with or withoutspecial educational needs and disabilities (SEND)Experience or knowledge of special Educational Needs/Autism Spectrum DisordersIf you feel that this sounds like the role for you then get in touch with Sarah Elmasry onsarah.elmasry@randstadeducation.co.uk and/or call me for a chat about the role on 01293 527 416 to see how I can support you to find your next dream job!Furthermore, if this role isn't right for you we have an array of roles in the Surrey, Sussex, Essex and Kent area that may be of interest to you so don't worry if this isn't the right one for you.Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools.Any successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the enhanced DBS check.
        • aldershot, south east
        • permanent
        • £16,000 - £16,400 per year
        • full-time
        Are you looking to gain experience working with special needs children?Do you want to get a level 2 teaching assistant qualification while you work?Are you resilient and have a passion for working with children who face challenges in their day to day tasks?An outstanding school is looking for an individual who would like to gain a level 2 teaching assistant qualification. Your role will be to support the teacher and support staff with the students' educational and emotional well-being. The school supports children who are on various levels of the Autistic spectrum. Due to the location of the school only drivers can be considered for this role as it is NOT accessible by any public transport.If this sounds like something you were looking for then please call me today!Benefits of working with Randstad:* 1:1 specialised SEND consultant* CV and career advice tailored to you* Flexibility of work pattern for other roles* Out of office hours ( on call )Benefits of working at the school:* Career progression ( level 2 NVQ teaching assistant )* On-site parking* Access to all school facilities* CPD and in-house training providedYour role will require:* An understanding of each students' health plan* Liaise with teacher to ensure all learners are supported`* Engage with the learners to keep them on task* Deliver 1:1 or small group focused lessons when required* An element of personal care is requiredThe skills required:* Good functional Maths and English skills* A clear understanding of what skills are need to work with Autistic students* Patience and flexibility to deal with changes that may present themselves due to the nature of the learners* Ability to look after children's physical, social and emotional welfareIf you have the skills for this role please apply today to book an interview with the school.