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      • cranleigh, south east
      • permanent
      • £16,988 - £17,510 per year
      • randstad education
      Are you passionate about supporting pupils with special educational needs (SEN)?Do you have experience engaging with children and young people who's talents are different and varied? Would you like to develop your understanding of scientific, evidence-based, behaviour analysis? £17,510 FTE based on 34.75 hours You will also receive a £1,000 bonus upon joining Hours Full and part time working is available between Monday to Friday, 9.00am - 4.00pm (minimum of 10.00am - 2.00pm on any day worked) Annual Leave Term time working only - 44 days school holiday plus Bank Holidays. Does this sound like you? This excellent opportunity has become available for a Teaching Assistant, with flexible full-time and part-time working available, based near the village of Cranleigh, Surrey. This fantastic School has exciting opportunities for positive and resilient individuals to work with pupils with a diagnosis of autism, of varying ages and abilities. You will have the chance to play a significant role in the daily care and development of each child, while also developing your own career with personal growth opportunities. We will offer you* £1,000 bonus upon joining* Opportunity to work with ages across 4-19 and varying abilities* Flexibility when agreeing hours to work around your personal commitments* Free uniform and DBS check* Enrolment onto our pension scheme* Staff wellbeing support and facilities* Support to progress your career into our teaching team if desired* Training provided in Safeguarding, Emergency Medication, Behaviour Management and much more* Funded qualification opportunities including Level 2, 3 & 4 RQF CACHE courses in Early Years, Learning Difficulties and Teaching & Learning, as well as opportunities to complete Maths and English GCSEsPersonal qualities* Gathers information from a variety of sources to reach a conclusion, complete a task* Promptly and efficiently completes work assignments* Initiates collaboration with others and spontaneously assists others in the delivery of their work* Contributes positively to the team* Asks for help identifying and achieving own and shared goals* Displays a positive attitude in the face of ambiguity and change* Organises the use of resources to meet expectations and identifies difficulties* Shares all relevant information with others and seeks others' inputBuilding relationships* Listens actively, considers people's concerns and adjusts own behaviour in a helpful manner* Responds to and anticipates others' needs in a timely, professional, helpful and courteous manner, regardlessof others' attitude* Strives to consistently meet service standards* Is attentive when doing projects and assignments, or when interacting with people from different backgrounds* Checks own understanding of others' communication (e.g. paraphrases, asks questions)* Maintains continuous, open and consistent communication with othersPlanning for the future* Takes advantage of learning opportunities provided (e.g. courses, feedback from supervisor or peers) to meetrequirements of current job* Fosters two-way trust in dealing with contacts (e.g. maintains confidentiality regarding sensitive information)This role involves* Supporting morning and lunch break duties, supervising play or snacks* Assisting educational trips from horse-riding to swimming* Preparing materials for lessons and pupil programmes* Supporting academic progress, working alongside our teaching teamOur Class Support Assistants need to be* Positive, enthusiastic and fun* Happy to lend a hand wherever needed* Caring and nurturing* Comfortable supporting others with personal/intimate care (toileting, feeding)* Resilient when faced with behaviours that challenge* Able to reach us (a driver's licence or access to a lift is necessary due to our remote location)* Formal experience is not essential as we are committed to staff development and will help you to develop skills and expertise you need Benefits for working with Randstad:Dedicated consultants 24/7 (we are on call) with experience working in the education sector Continuous support and guidance throughout your whole journey to help you reach your goalSalary negotiation supportMarket adviceMatching you with the job opportunity that you are looking forExclusive jobsAdvice and feedback on your current CV from education professionals If you want to know more about this fantastic opportunity or wish to send us your CV then please don't hesitate to get in touch.For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Chris Barrett on 01293 527416 or chris.barrett@randstad.co.ukIf this isn't the right role for you, we have an array of positions in Sussex and Surrey which may also be of interest to you. If you know someone who would be interested, please pass along their contact details!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to our compliance, and enhanced DBS check.
      Are you passionate about supporting pupils with special educational needs (SEN)?Do you have experience engaging with children and young people who's talents are different and varied? Would you like to develop your understanding of scientific, evidence-based, behaviour analysis? £17,510 FTE based on 34.75 hours You will also receive a £1,000 bonus upon joining Hours Full and part time working is available between Monday to Friday, 9.00am - 4.00pm (minimum of 10.00am - 2.00pm on any day worked) Annual Leave Term time working only - 44 days school holiday plus Bank Holidays. Does this sound like you? This excellent opportunity has become available for a Teaching Assistant, with flexible full-time and part-time working available, based near the village of Cranleigh, Surrey. This fantastic School has exciting opportunities for positive and resilient individuals to work with pupils with a diagnosis of autism, of varying ages and abilities. You will have the chance to play a significant role in the daily care and development of each child, while also developing your own career with personal growth opportunities. We will offer you* £1,000 bonus upon joining* Opportunity to work with ages across 4-19 and varying abilities* Flexibility when agreeing hours to work around your personal commitments* Free uniform and DBS check* Enrolment onto our pension scheme* Staff wellbeing support and facilities* Support to progress your career into our teaching team if desired* Training provided in Safeguarding, Emergency Medication, Behaviour Management and much more* Funded qualification opportunities including Level 2, 3 & 4 RQF CACHE courses in Early Years, Learning Difficulties and Teaching & Learning, as well as opportunities to complete Maths and English GCSEsPersonal qualities* Gathers information from a variety of sources to reach a conclusion, complete a task* Promptly and efficiently completes work assignments* Initiates collaboration with others and spontaneously assists others in the delivery of their work* Contributes positively to the team* Asks for help identifying and achieving own and shared goals* Displays a positive attitude in the face of ambiguity and change* Organises the use of resources to meet expectations and identifies difficulties* Shares all relevant information with others and seeks others' inputBuilding relationships* Listens actively, considers people's concerns and adjusts own behaviour in a helpful manner* Responds to and anticipates others' needs in a timely, professional, helpful and courteous manner, regardlessof others' attitude* Strives to consistently meet service standards* Is attentive when doing projects and assignments, or when interacting with people from different backgrounds* Checks own understanding of others' communication (e.g. paraphrases, asks questions)* Maintains continuous, open and consistent communication with othersPlanning for the future* Takes advantage of learning opportunities provided (e.g. courses, feedback from supervisor or peers) to meetrequirements of current job* Fosters two-way trust in dealing with contacts (e.g. maintains confidentiality regarding sensitive information)This role involves* Supporting morning and lunch break duties, supervising play or snacks* Assisting educational trips from horse-riding to swimming* Preparing materials for lessons and pupil programmes* Supporting academic progress, working alongside our teaching teamOur Class Support Assistants need to be* Positive, enthusiastic and fun* Happy to lend a hand wherever needed* Caring and nurturing* Comfortable supporting others with personal/intimate care (toileting, feeding)* Resilient when faced with behaviours that challenge* Able to reach us (a driver's licence or access to a lift is necessary due to our remote location)* Formal experience is not essential as we are committed to staff development and will help you to develop skills and expertise you need Benefits for working with Randstad:Dedicated consultants 24/7 (we are on call) with experience working in the education sector Continuous support and guidance throughout your whole journey to help you reach your goalSalary negotiation supportMarket adviceMatching you with the job opportunity that you are looking forExclusive jobsAdvice and feedback on your current CV from education professionals If you want to know more about this fantastic opportunity or wish to send us your CV then please don't hesitate to get in touch.For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Chris Barrett on 01293 527416 or chris.barrett@randstad.co.ukIf this isn't the right role for you, we have an array of positions in Sussex and Surrey which may also be of interest to you. If you know someone who would be interested, please pass along their contact details!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to our compliance, and enhanced DBS check.
      • cranleigh, south east
      • permanent
      • £16,988 - £17,510, per year, £1000 retention bonus
      • randstad education
      Are you passionate about supporting pupils with special educational needs (SEN)?Do you have experience engaging with children and young people who's talents are different and varied? Would you like to develop your understanding of scientific, evidence-based, behaviour analysis? Does this sound like you? This excellent opportunity has become available for a Teaching Assistant, with flexible full-time and part-time working available, based near the village of Cranleigh, Surrey. This fantastic School has exciting opportunities for positive and resilient individuals to work with pupils with a diagnosis of autism, of varying ages and abilities. You will have the chance to play a significant role in the daily care and development of each child, while also developing your own career with personal growth opportunities. £17,510 FTE based on 34.75 hours You will also receive a £1,000 bonus upon joining Hours Full and part time working is available between Monday to Friday, 9.00am - 4.00pm (minimum of 10.00am - 2.00pm on any day worked) Annual Leave Term time working only - 44 days school holiday plus Bank Holidays. We will offer you* £1,000 bonus upon joining* Opportunity to work with ages across 4-19 and varying abilities* Flexibility when agreeing hours to work around your personal commitments* Free uniform and DBS check* Enrolment onto our pension scheme* Staff wellbeing support and facilities* Support to progress your career into our teaching team if desired* Training provided in Safeguarding, Emergency Medication, Behaviour Management and much more* Funded qualification opportunities including Level 2, 3 & 4 RQF CACHE courses in Early Years, Learning Difficulties and Teaching & Learning, as well as opportunities to complete Maths and English GCSEsPersonal qualities* Gathers information from a variety of sources to reach a conclusion, complete a task* Promptly and efficiently completes work assignments* Initiates collaboration with others and spontaneously assists others in the delivery of their work* Contributes positively to the team* Asks for help identifying and achieving own and shared goals* Displays a positive attitude in the face of ambiguity and change* Organises the use of resources to meet expectations and identifies difficulties* Shares all relevant information with others and seeks others' inputBuilding relationships* Listens actively, considers people's concerns and adjusts own behaviour in a helpful manner* Responds to and anticipates others' needs in a timely, professional, helpful and courteous manner, regardlessof others' attitude* Strives to consistently meet service standards* Is attentive when doing projects and assignments, or when interacting with people from different backgrounds* Checks own understanding of others' communication (e.g. paraphrases, asks questions)* Maintains continuous, open and consistent communication with othersPlanning for the future* Takes advantage of learning opportunities provided (e.g. courses, feedback from supervisor or peers) to meetrequirements of current job* Fosters two-way trust in dealing with contacts (e.g. maintains confidentiality regarding sensitive information)This role involves* Supporting morning and lunch break duties, supervising play or snacks* Assisting educational trips from horse-riding to swimming* Preparing materials for lessons and pupil programmes* Supporting academic progress, working alongside our teaching teamOur Class Support Assistants need to be* Positive, enthusiastic and fun* Happy to lend a hand wherever needed* Caring and nurturing* Comfortable supporting others with personal/intimate care (toileting, feeding)* Resilient when faced with behaviours that challenge* Able to reach us (a driver's licence or access to a lift is necessary due to our remote location)* Formal experience is not essential as we are committed to staff development and will help you to develop skills and expertise you need Benefits for working with Randstad:Dedicated consultants 24/7 (we are on call) with experience working in the education sector Continuous support and guidance throughout your whole journey to help you reach your goalSalary negotiation supportMarket adviceMatching you with the job opportunity that you are looking forExclusive jobsAdvice and feedback on your current CV from education professionals If you want to know more about this fantastic opportunity or wish to send us your CV then please don't hesitate to get in touch.For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Chris Barrett on 01293 527416 or chris.barrett@randstad.co.ukIf this isn't the right role for you, we have an array of positions in Sussex and Surrey which may also be of interest to you. If you know someone who would be interested, please pass along their contact details!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to our compliance, and enhanced DBS check.
      Are you passionate about supporting pupils with special educational needs (SEN)?Do you have experience engaging with children and young people who's talents are different and varied? Would you like to develop your understanding of scientific, evidence-based, behaviour analysis? Does this sound like you? This excellent opportunity has become available for a Teaching Assistant, with flexible full-time and part-time working available, based near the village of Cranleigh, Surrey. This fantastic School has exciting opportunities for positive and resilient individuals to work with pupils with a diagnosis of autism, of varying ages and abilities. You will have the chance to play a significant role in the daily care and development of each child, while also developing your own career with personal growth opportunities. £17,510 FTE based on 34.75 hours You will also receive a £1,000 bonus upon joining Hours Full and part time working is available between Monday to Friday, 9.00am - 4.00pm (minimum of 10.00am - 2.00pm on any day worked) Annual Leave Term time working only - 44 days school holiday plus Bank Holidays. We will offer you* £1,000 bonus upon joining* Opportunity to work with ages across 4-19 and varying abilities* Flexibility when agreeing hours to work around your personal commitments* Free uniform and DBS check* Enrolment onto our pension scheme* Staff wellbeing support and facilities* Support to progress your career into our teaching team if desired* Training provided in Safeguarding, Emergency Medication, Behaviour Management and much more* Funded qualification opportunities including Level 2, 3 & 4 RQF CACHE courses in Early Years, Learning Difficulties and Teaching & Learning, as well as opportunities to complete Maths and English GCSEsPersonal qualities* Gathers information from a variety of sources to reach a conclusion, complete a task* Promptly and efficiently completes work assignments* Initiates collaboration with others and spontaneously assists others in the delivery of their work* Contributes positively to the team* Asks for help identifying and achieving own and shared goals* Displays a positive attitude in the face of ambiguity and change* Organises the use of resources to meet expectations and identifies difficulties* Shares all relevant information with others and seeks others' inputBuilding relationships* Listens actively, considers people's concerns and adjusts own behaviour in a helpful manner* Responds to and anticipates others' needs in a timely, professional, helpful and courteous manner, regardlessof others' attitude* Strives to consistently meet service standards* Is attentive when doing projects and assignments, or when interacting with people from different backgrounds* Checks own understanding of others' communication (e.g. paraphrases, asks questions)* Maintains continuous, open and consistent communication with othersPlanning for the future* Takes advantage of learning opportunities provided (e.g. courses, feedback from supervisor or peers) to meetrequirements of current job* Fosters two-way trust in dealing with contacts (e.g. maintains confidentiality regarding sensitive information)This role involves* Supporting morning and lunch break duties, supervising play or snacks* Assisting educational trips from horse-riding to swimming* Preparing materials for lessons and pupil programmes* Supporting academic progress, working alongside our teaching teamOur Class Support Assistants need to be* Positive, enthusiastic and fun* Happy to lend a hand wherever needed* Caring and nurturing* Comfortable supporting others with personal/intimate care (toileting, feeding)* Resilient when faced with behaviours that challenge* Able to reach us (a driver's licence or access to a lift is necessary due to our remote location)* Formal experience is not essential as we are committed to staff development and will help you to develop skills and expertise you need Benefits for working with Randstad:Dedicated consultants 24/7 (we are on call) with experience working in the education sector Continuous support and guidance throughout your whole journey to help you reach your goalSalary negotiation supportMarket adviceMatching you with the job opportunity that you are looking forExclusive jobsAdvice and feedback on your current CV from education professionals If you want to know more about this fantastic opportunity or wish to send us your CV then please don't hesitate to get in touch.For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Chris Barrett on 01293 527416 or chris.barrett@randstad.co.ukIf this isn't the right role for you, we have an array of positions in Sussex and Surrey which may also be of interest to you. If you know someone who would be interested, please pass along their contact details!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to our compliance, and enhanced DBS check.
      • guildford, south east
      • permanent
      • £17,626 - £18,626 per year
      • randstad education
      Are you passionate about working with children and being a role model?Can you ensure that there is a positive learning environment for the children to excel in?Are you an experienced care assistant tired of not getting paid your worth? Salary: £18,626 per annum plus regular salary progression based on completion of training. You will also receive a £1,000 bonus upon joining.Hours: 34.75 hours per week - Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30 pm (Tuesday till 5.30pm for staff meetings and training)Holiday: 9 weeks paid school holidaysCalling all Teaching, Learning Support Assistants and Nursery Workers. Randstad have opportunities available for enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join a well established teaching team at a specialist day school graded 'Outstanding' by Ofsted for autistic children aged 4-19. Access a wide range of funded training and qualification opportunities in SEN education whilst gaining a breadth of experience with children of varying ages and abilities. We use behaviour driven teaching strategies and interventions to encourage positive outcomes and development of our pupils. Working within small classes individually and in groups, you will design, plan and deliver teaching sessions to encourage pupils learning and progression as well as improve their social and emotional development. What we can offer you£1,000 bonus upon joiningRegular salary progression with opportunities to increase as soon as 6 months from joiningCareer advancement opportunities to senior roles including Lead Teacher and Class SupervisorAdditional opportunities to broaden your skills including Mental Health First Aider, School Council Representative and Pupil Behaviour SupportOpportunity to work alongside our in-house team of Occupational and Speech & Language TherapistsStaff wellbeing and support facilitiesEnrolment into our pension schemeTerm time only workingWhat do you need?Professional, personal or voluntary experience of working with children and disabilitiesMinimum Grade C/4 GCSE in English Language & Maths or equivalentComfortable working with children who exhibit challenging behaviourComfortable supporting others with personal/intimate care where requiredAbility to keep calm in high pressure situationsDrivers licence or access to a lift (due to remote location)Teaching Team ResponsibilitiesProvide teaching and support to pupils with autism, following individualised curriculumsPlan, prepare and deliver lessons and activities, focusing largely on life skillsSupport pupils' participation in trips, applying theory-based learning to practiceProvide behaviourally based support to reduce behaviours that impact quality of lifeProvide personal care, encouraging pupils to maintain acceptable levels of hygiene (toileting, feeding)Monitor pupil progress, ensuring teaching is appropriate and effective for pupil needsAssist with breaktime duties including playground support and snack timeHave you heard about our funded training and qualifications opportunities?Regular training in Safeguarding, Emergency Medication, Behaviour Management, Personal Care, Autism, First Aid and moreAccess to a wide range of Education & Childcare courses including RQF CACHE Level 2, 3 & 4 in Early Years, Learning Difficulties and Teaching & LearningBehaviour specific qualifications including Teaching Ranks, Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT), Board Certified Behaviour Analysis certification (BCBA) and Masters in Behaviour AnalysisWhatever your interest, we have something for you to help build a career in SEN education!
      Are you passionate about working with children and being a role model?Can you ensure that there is a positive learning environment for the children to excel in?Are you an experienced care assistant tired of not getting paid your worth? Salary: £18,626 per annum plus regular salary progression based on completion of training. You will also receive a £1,000 bonus upon joining.Hours: 34.75 hours per week - Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30 pm (Tuesday till 5.30pm for staff meetings and training)Holiday: 9 weeks paid school holidaysCalling all Teaching, Learning Support Assistants and Nursery Workers. Randstad have opportunities available for enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join a well established teaching team at a specialist day school graded 'Outstanding' by Ofsted for autistic children aged 4-19. Access a wide range of funded training and qualification opportunities in SEN education whilst gaining a breadth of experience with children of varying ages and abilities. We use behaviour driven teaching strategies and interventions to encourage positive outcomes and development of our pupils. Working within small classes individually and in groups, you will design, plan and deliver teaching sessions to encourage pupils learning and progression as well as improve their social and emotional development. What we can offer you£1,000 bonus upon joiningRegular salary progression with opportunities to increase as soon as 6 months from joiningCareer advancement opportunities to senior roles including Lead Teacher and Class SupervisorAdditional opportunities to broaden your skills including Mental Health First Aider, School Council Representative and Pupil Behaviour SupportOpportunity to work alongside our in-house team of Occupational and Speech & Language TherapistsStaff wellbeing and support facilitiesEnrolment into our pension schemeTerm time only workingWhat do you need?Professional, personal or voluntary experience of working with children and disabilitiesMinimum Grade C/4 GCSE in English Language & Maths or equivalentComfortable working with children who exhibit challenging behaviourComfortable supporting others with personal/intimate care where requiredAbility to keep calm in high pressure situationsDrivers licence or access to a lift (due to remote location)Teaching Team ResponsibilitiesProvide teaching and support to pupils with autism, following individualised curriculumsPlan, prepare and deliver lessons and activities, focusing largely on life skillsSupport pupils' participation in trips, applying theory-based learning to practiceProvide behaviourally based support to reduce behaviours that impact quality of lifeProvide personal care, encouraging pupils to maintain acceptable levels of hygiene (toileting, feeding)Monitor pupil progress, ensuring teaching is appropriate and effective for pupil needsAssist with breaktime duties including playground support and snack timeHave you heard about our funded training and qualifications opportunities?Regular training in Safeguarding, Emergency Medication, Behaviour Management, Personal Care, Autism, First Aid and moreAccess to a wide range of Education & Childcare courses including RQF CACHE Level 2, 3 & 4 in Early Years, Learning Difficulties and Teaching & LearningBehaviour specific qualifications including Teaching Ranks, Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT), Board Certified Behaviour Analysis certification (BCBA) and Masters in Behaviour AnalysisWhatever your interest, we have something for you to help build a career in SEN education!
      • cranleigh, south east
      • permanent
      • £19,398 - £20,398, per year, £1000 Joining Bonus
      • randstad education
      Worked in teaching or care previously?Experienced working with individuals with SEN?Interested in autism and passionate about making a difference? We are looking for patient and caring individuals to join our team at as a Learning Support Worker. You will be working individually and within small groups with autistic learners aged 18 and over,supporting their development of knowledge and skills that will enhance their wellbeing, independence and social inclusion, making significant differences to their lives. We use behaviour driven teaching strategies and interventions to encourage positive outcomes and development of our learners. You will work in our Centre for Lifelong Learning as well as accompanying our adult learners in the community, putting their learning to practice.Total Pay: £20,398 per annum FTE (which includes a market supplement of £1,502) and an additional £1,000 bonus upon joiningHours: 37.5 hours per week - Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm (Part-time working is also available - 3 or 4 full days per week)Annual Leave: 23 days paid holiday plus bank holidays What does a Learning Support Worker do?Provide support, care and teaching to autistic adult learners'Plan, prepare and deliver lessons and activities supporting the development of knowledge and skillsProvide behaviourally based support to reduce behaviours that impact quality of lifeProvide personal care, encouraging and enabling adult learners to maintain acceptable levels of hygiene, including toileting, dressing and washingSupport adult learners' participation in social, leisure and educational activities within the local community, applying theory-based learning to practiceSupport adult learners to access work experience and employment opportunitiesTrack adult learners progress, ensuring support, care and teaching is appropriate and effectiveWhats in it for you?Competitive pay and a £1,000 bonus upon startingPay progression on completion of 3 month probation to £21,844Sociable hours (Monday - Friday, 9am-5pm) with no evening, weekend or sleep ins requiredPart time working available (3 or 4 full days per week)23 days holiday (3 more than standard) plus bank holidaysLots of career advancement opportunities and regular salary progression within a short space of timeExtensive training including first aid, safeguarding, emergency medication and much moreOpportunities to gain funded and recognised qualifications including Care Certificate and RQF level 3 in adult social careOpportunities to gain further work independently with our learners outside of your standard working daySupportive colleagues and managementWhat do you need?Driving licence or access to a lift (due to remote location)Professional, personal or voluntary experience of working with adults or young people with disabilitiesComfortable working with adults who exhibit challenging behaviourComfortable supporting others with personal/intimate care where requiredAbility to keep calm in high pressure situationsBenefits for working with Randstad:Dedicated consultants 24/7 (we are on call) with experience working in the education sectorContinuous support and guidance throughout your whole journey to help you reach your goalSalary negotiation supportMarket adviceMatching you with the job opportunity that you are looking forExclusive jobsAdvice and feedback on your current CV from education professionals If you want to know more about this fantastic opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now! For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Chris Barrett on 01293 527416 or chris.barrett@randstad.co.ukIf this isn't the right role for you, we have an array of positions in Sussex and Surrey which may also be of interest to you. If you know someone who would be interested, please pass along their contact details!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to our compliance, and enhanced DBS check.
      Worked in teaching or care previously?Experienced working with individuals with SEN?Interested in autism and passionate about making a difference? We are looking for patient and caring individuals to join our team at as a Learning Support Worker. You will be working individually and within small groups with autistic learners aged 18 and over,supporting their development of knowledge and skills that will enhance their wellbeing, independence and social inclusion, making significant differences to their lives. We use behaviour driven teaching strategies and interventions to encourage positive outcomes and development of our learners. You will work in our Centre for Lifelong Learning as well as accompanying our adult learners in the community, putting their learning to practice.Total Pay: £20,398 per annum FTE (which includes a market supplement of £1,502) and an additional £1,000 bonus upon joiningHours: 37.5 hours per week - Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm (Part-time working is also available - 3 or 4 full days per week)Annual Leave: 23 days paid holiday plus bank holidays What does a Learning Support Worker do?Provide support, care and teaching to autistic adult learners'Plan, prepare and deliver lessons and activities supporting the development of knowledge and skillsProvide behaviourally based support to reduce behaviours that impact quality of lifeProvide personal care, encouraging and enabling adult learners to maintain acceptable levels of hygiene, including toileting, dressing and washingSupport adult learners' participation in social, leisure and educational activities within the local community, applying theory-based learning to practiceSupport adult learners to access work experience and employment opportunitiesTrack adult learners progress, ensuring support, care and teaching is appropriate and effectiveWhats in it for you?Competitive pay and a £1,000 bonus upon startingPay progression on completion of 3 month probation to £21,844Sociable hours (Monday - Friday, 9am-5pm) with no evening, weekend or sleep ins requiredPart time working available (3 or 4 full days per week)23 days holiday (3 more than standard) plus bank holidaysLots of career advancement opportunities and regular salary progression within a short space of timeExtensive training including first aid, safeguarding, emergency medication and much moreOpportunities to gain funded and recognised qualifications including Care Certificate and RQF level 3 in adult social careOpportunities to gain further work independently with our learners outside of your standard working daySupportive colleagues and managementWhat do you need?Driving licence or access to a lift (due to remote location)Professional, personal or voluntary experience of working with adults or young people with disabilitiesComfortable working with adults who exhibit challenging behaviourComfortable supporting others with personal/intimate care where requiredAbility to keep calm in high pressure situationsBenefits for working with Randstad:Dedicated consultants 24/7 (we are on call) with experience working in the education sectorContinuous support and guidance throughout your whole journey to help you reach your goalSalary negotiation supportMarket adviceMatching you with the job opportunity that you are looking forExclusive jobsAdvice and feedback on your current CV from education professionals If you want to know more about this fantastic opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now! For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Chris Barrett on 01293 527416 or chris.barrett@randstad.co.ukIf this isn't the right role for you, we have an array of positions in Sussex and Surrey which may also be of interest to you. If you know someone who would be interested, please pass along their contact details!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to our compliance, and enhanced DBS check.
      • guildford, south east
      • permanent
      • £17,652 - £18,626, per year, £1000 Joining Bonus
      • randstad education
      Do you have the enthusiasm to embrace opportunities and help people follow their dreams? Are you keen to develop your understanding of scientific, evidence-based, behaviour analysis? You will also receive a £1,000 bonus upon joining. Calling all Teaching, Learning Support Assistants and Nursery Workers. Randstad have opportunities available for enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join a well established teaching team at a specialist day school graded 'Outstanding' by Ofsted for autistic children aged 4-19. Access a wide range of funded training and qualification opportunities in SEN education whilst gaining a breadth of experience with children of varying ages and abilities. We use behaviour driven teaching strategies and interventions to encourage positive outcomes and development of our pupils. Working within small classes individually and in groups, you will design, plan and deliver teaching sessions to encourage pupils learning and progression as well as improve their social and emotional development.Salary: £18,626 per annum plus regular salary progression based on completion of training. Hours: 34.75 hours per week - Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30 pm (Tuesday till 5.30pm for staff meetings and training)Holiday: 9 weeks paid school holidays Teaching Team ResponsibilitiesProvide teaching and support to pupils with autism, following individualised curriculumsPlan, prepare and deliver lessons and activities, focusing largely on life skillsSupport pupils' participation in trips, applying theory-based learning to practiceProvide behaviourally based support to reduce behaviours that impact quality of lifeProvide personal care, encouraging pupils to maintain acceptable levels of hygiene (toileting, feeding)Monitor pupil progress, ensuring teaching is appropriate and effective for pupil needsAssist with breaktime duties including playground support and snack time What do you need?Professional, personal or voluntary experience of working with children and disabilitiesMinimum Grade C/4 GCSE in English Language & Maths or equivalentComfortable working with children who exhibit challenging behaviourComfortable supporting others with personal/intimate care where requiredAbility to keep calm in high pressure situationsDrivers licence or access to a lift (due to remote location)What we can offer you£1,000 bonus upon joiningRegular salary progression with opportunities to increase as soon as 6 months from joiningCareer advancement opportunities to senior roles including Lead Teacher and Class SupervisorAdditional opportunities to broaden your skills including Mental Health First Aider, School Council Representative and Pupil Behaviour SupportOpportunity to work alongside our in-house team of Occupational and Speech & Language TherapistsStaff wellbeing and support facilitiesEnrolment into our pension schemeTerm time only workingHave you heard about our funded training and qualifications opportunities?Regular training in Safeguarding, Emergency Medication, Behaviour Management, Personal Care, Autism, First Aid and moreAccess to a wide range of Education & Childcare courses including RQF CACHE Level 2, 3 & 4 in Early Years, Learning Difficulties and Teaching & LearningBehaviour specific qualifications including Teaching Ranks, Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT), Board Certified Behaviour Analysis certification (BCBA) and Masters in Behaviour AnalysisWhatever your interest, we have something for you to help build a career in SEN education!
      Do you have the enthusiasm to embrace opportunities and help people follow their dreams? Are you keen to develop your understanding of scientific, evidence-based, behaviour analysis? You will also receive a £1,000 bonus upon joining. Calling all Teaching, Learning Support Assistants and Nursery Workers. Randstad have opportunities available for enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join a well established teaching team at a specialist day school graded 'Outstanding' by Ofsted for autistic children aged 4-19. Access a wide range of funded training and qualification opportunities in SEN education whilst gaining a breadth of experience with children of varying ages and abilities. We use behaviour driven teaching strategies and interventions to encourage positive outcomes and development of our pupils. Working within small classes individually and in groups, you will design, plan and deliver teaching sessions to encourage pupils learning and progression as well as improve their social and emotional development.Salary: £18,626 per annum plus regular salary progression based on completion of training. Hours: 34.75 hours per week - Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30 pm (Tuesday till 5.30pm for staff meetings and training)Holiday: 9 weeks paid school holidays Teaching Team ResponsibilitiesProvide teaching and support to pupils with autism, following individualised curriculumsPlan, prepare and deliver lessons and activities, focusing largely on life skillsSupport pupils' participation in trips, applying theory-based learning to practiceProvide behaviourally based support to reduce behaviours that impact quality of lifeProvide personal care, encouraging pupils to maintain acceptable levels of hygiene (toileting, feeding)Monitor pupil progress, ensuring teaching is appropriate and effective for pupil needsAssist with breaktime duties including playground support and snack time What do you need?Professional, personal or voluntary experience of working with children and disabilitiesMinimum Grade C/4 GCSE in English Language & Maths or equivalentComfortable working with children who exhibit challenging behaviourComfortable supporting others with personal/intimate care where requiredAbility to keep calm in high pressure situationsDrivers licence or access to a lift (due to remote location)What we can offer you£1,000 bonus upon joiningRegular salary progression with opportunities to increase as soon as 6 months from joiningCareer advancement opportunities to senior roles including Lead Teacher and Class SupervisorAdditional opportunities to broaden your skills including Mental Health First Aider, School Council Representative and Pupil Behaviour SupportOpportunity to work alongside our in-house team of Occupational and Speech & Language TherapistsStaff wellbeing and support facilitiesEnrolment into our pension schemeTerm time only workingHave you heard about our funded training and qualifications opportunities?Regular training in Safeguarding, Emergency Medication, Behaviour Management, Personal Care, Autism, First Aid and moreAccess to a wide range of Education & Childcare courses including RQF CACHE Level 2, 3 & 4 in Early Years, Learning Difficulties and Teaching & LearningBehaviour specific qualifications including Teaching Ranks, Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT), Board Certified Behaviour Analysis certification (BCBA) and Masters in Behaviour AnalysisWhatever your interest, we have something for you to help build a career in SEN education!
      • cranleigh, south east
      • permanent
      • £17,626 - £18,626, per year, £1000 Joining Bonus
      • randstad education
      Do you have the enthusiasm to embrace opportunities and help people follow their dreams? Are you keen to develop your understanding of scientific, evidence-based, behaviour analysis? Would you like access to numerous funded training and qualification opportunities? Salary: £18,626 per annum plus regular salary progression based on completion of training. You will also receive a £1,000 bonus upon joining.Hours: 34.75 hours per week - Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30 pm (Tuesday till 5.30pm for staff meetings and training)Holiday: 9 weeks paid school holidaysCalling all Teaching, Learning Support Assistants and Nursery Workers. Randstad have opportunities available for enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join a well established teaching team at a specialist day school graded 'Outstanding' by Ofsted for autistic children aged 4-19. Access a wide range of funded training and qualification opportunities in SEN education whilst gaining a breadth of experience with children of varying ages and abilities. We use behaviour driven teaching strategies and interventions to encourage positive outcomes and development of our pupils. Working within small classes individually and in groups, you will design, plan and deliver teaching sessions to encourage pupils learning and progression as well as improve their social and emotional development. What do you need?Professional, personal or voluntary experience of working with children and disabilitiesMinimum Grade C/4 GCSE in English Language & Maths or equivalentComfortable working with children who exhibit challenging behaviourComfortable supporting others with personal/intimate care where requiredAbility to keep calm in high pressure situationsDrivers licence or access to a lift (due to remote location)Teaching Team ResponsibilitiesProvide teaching and support to pupils with autism, following individualised curriculumsPlan, prepare and deliver lessons and activities, focusing largely on life skillsSupport pupils' participation in trips, applying theory-based learning to practiceProvide behaviourally based support to reduce behaviours that impact quality of lifeProvide personal care, encouraging pupils to maintain acceptable levels of hygiene (toileting, feeding)Monitor pupil progress, ensuring teaching is appropriate and effective for pupil needsAssist with breaktime duties including playground support and snack timeWhat we can offer you£1,000 bonus upon joiningRegular salary progression with opportunities to increase as soon as 6 months from joiningCareer advancement opportunities to senior roles including Lead Teacher and Class SupervisorAdditional opportunities to broaden your skills including Mental Health First Aider, School Council Representative and Pupil Behaviour SupportOpportunity to work alongside our in-house team of Occupational and Speech & Language TherapistsStaff wellbeing and support facilitiesEnrolment into our pension schemeTerm time only workingHave you heard about our funded training and qualifications opportunities?Regular training in Safeguarding, Emergency Medication, Behaviour Management, Personal Care, Autism, First Aid and moreAccess to a wide range of Education & Childcare courses including RQF CACHE Level 2, 3 & 4 in Early Years, Learning Difficulties and Teaching & LearningBehaviour specific qualifications including Teaching Ranks, Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT), Board Certified Behaviour Analysis certification (BCBA) and Masters in Behaviour AnalysisWhatever your interest, we have something for you to help build a career in SEN education!
      Do you have the enthusiasm to embrace opportunities and help people follow their dreams? Are you keen to develop your understanding of scientific, evidence-based, behaviour analysis? Would you like access to numerous funded training and qualification opportunities? Salary: £18,626 per annum plus regular salary progression based on completion of training. You will also receive a £1,000 bonus upon joining.Hours: 34.75 hours per week - Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30 pm (Tuesday till 5.30pm for staff meetings and training)Holiday: 9 weeks paid school holidaysCalling all Teaching, Learning Support Assistants and Nursery Workers. Randstad have opportunities available for enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join a well established teaching team at a specialist day school graded 'Outstanding' by Ofsted for autistic children aged 4-19. Access a wide range of funded training and qualification opportunities in SEN education whilst gaining a breadth of experience with children of varying ages and abilities. We use behaviour driven teaching strategies and interventions to encourage positive outcomes and development of our pupils. Working within small classes individually and in groups, you will design, plan and deliver teaching sessions to encourage pupils learning and progression as well as improve their social and emotional development. What do you need?Professional, personal or voluntary experience of working with children and disabilitiesMinimum Grade C/4 GCSE in English Language & Maths or equivalentComfortable working with children who exhibit challenging behaviourComfortable supporting others with personal/intimate care where requiredAbility to keep calm in high pressure situationsDrivers licence or access to a lift (due to remote location)Teaching Team ResponsibilitiesProvide teaching and support to pupils with autism, following individualised curriculumsPlan, prepare and deliver lessons and activities, focusing largely on life skillsSupport pupils' participation in trips, applying theory-based learning to practiceProvide behaviourally based support to reduce behaviours that impact quality of lifeProvide personal care, encouraging pupils to maintain acceptable levels of hygiene (toileting, feeding)Monitor pupil progress, ensuring teaching is appropriate and effective for pupil needsAssist with breaktime duties including playground support and snack timeWhat we can offer you£1,000 bonus upon joiningRegular salary progression with opportunities to increase as soon as 6 months from joiningCareer advancement opportunities to senior roles including Lead Teacher and Class SupervisorAdditional opportunities to broaden your skills including Mental Health First Aider, School Council Representative and Pupil Behaviour SupportOpportunity to work alongside our in-house team of Occupational and Speech & Language TherapistsStaff wellbeing and support facilitiesEnrolment into our pension schemeTerm time only workingHave you heard about our funded training and qualifications opportunities?Regular training in Safeguarding, Emergency Medication, Behaviour Management, Personal Care, Autism, First Aid and moreAccess to a wide range of Education & Childcare courses including RQF CACHE Level 2, 3 & 4 in Early Years, Learning Difficulties and Teaching & LearningBehaviour specific qualifications including Teaching Ranks, Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT), Board Certified Behaviour Analysis certification (BCBA) and Masters in Behaviour AnalysisWhatever your interest, we have something for you to help build a career in SEN education!
      • cranleigh, south east
      • permanent
      • £19,398 - £20,398 per year
      • randstad education
      Experienced working with individuals with SEN?Interested in autism and passionate about making a difference?Worked in teaching or care previously?Randstad are looking for patient and caring individuals to join a specialist adult day centre, as a Learning Support Worker. You will be working individually and within small groups with autistic learners aged 18 and over, supporting their development of knowledge and skills that will enhance their well being, independence and social inclusion, making significant differences to their lives. We use behaviour driven teaching strategies and interventions to encourage positive outcomes and development of our learners. You will work in our Centre for Lifelong Learning as well as accompanying our adult learners in the community, putting their learning to practice.What does a Learning Support Worker do?Provide support, care and teaching to autistic adult learners'Plan, prepare and deliver lessons and activities supporting the development of knowledge and skillsProvide behaviourally based support to reduce behaviours that impact quality of lifeProvide personal care, encouraging and enabling adult learners to maintain acceptable levels of hygiene, including toileting, dressing and washingSupport adult learners' participation in social, leisure and educational activities within the local community, applying theory-based learning to practiceSupport adult learners to access work experience and employment opportunitiesTrack adult learners progress, ensuring support, care and teaching is appropriate and effectiveWhats in it for you?Competitive pay and a £1,000 bonus upon startingPay progression on completion of 3 month probation to £21,844Sociable hours (Monday - Friday, 9am-5pm) with no evening, weekend or sleep ins requiredPart time working available (3 or 4 full days per week)23 days holiday (3 more than standard) plus bank holidaysLots of career advancement opportunities and regular salary progression within a short space of timeExtensive training including first aid, safeguarding, emergency medication and much moreOpportunities to gain funded and recognised qualifications including Care Certificate and RQF level 3 in adult social careOpportunities to gain further work independently with our learners outside of your standard working daySupportive colleagues and managementWhat do you need?Driving licence or access to a lift (due to remote location)Professional, personal or voluntary experience of working with adults or young people with disabilitiesComfortable working with adults who exhibit challenging behaviourComfortable supporting others with personal/intimate care where requiredAbility to keep calm in high pressure situationsWe also welcome applications from those with no sectoral experience but have a keen interest in learning disabilities and a strong passion for helping others. Benefits for working with Randstad:Dedicated consultants 24/7 (we are on call) with experience working in the education sector Continuous support and guidance throughout your whole journey to help you reach your goalSalary negotiation supportMarket adviceMatching you with the job opportunity that you are looking forExclusive jobsAdvice and feedback on your current CV from education professionals If you want to know more about this fantastic opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now! For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Chris Barrett on 01293 527416 or chris.barrett@randstad.co.ukIf this isn't the right role for you, we have an array of positions in Sussex and Surrey which may also be of interest to you. If you know someone who would be interested, please pass along their contact details!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to our compliance, and enhanced DBS check.
      Experienced working with individuals with SEN?Interested in autism and passionate about making a difference?Worked in teaching or care previously?Randstad are looking for patient and caring individuals to join a specialist adult day centre, as a Learning Support Worker. You will be working individually and within small groups with autistic learners aged 18 and over, supporting their development of knowledge and skills that will enhance their well being, independence and social inclusion, making significant differences to their lives. We use behaviour driven teaching strategies and interventions to encourage positive outcomes and development of our learners. You will work in our Centre for Lifelong Learning as well as accompanying our adult learners in the community, putting their learning to practice.What does a Learning Support Worker do?Provide support, care and teaching to autistic adult learners'Plan, prepare and deliver lessons and activities supporting the development of knowledge and skillsProvide behaviourally based support to reduce behaviours that impact quality of lifeProvide personal care, encouraging and enabling adult learners to maintain acceptable levels of hygiene, including toileting, dressing and washingSupport adult learners' participation in social, leisure and educational activities within the local community, applying theory-based learning to practiceSupport adult learners to access work experience and employment opportunitiesTrack adult learners progress, ensuring support, care and teaching is appropriate and effectiveWhats in it for you?Competitive pay and a £1,000 bonus upon startingPay progression on completion of 3 month probation to £21,844Sociable hours (Monday - Friday, 9am-5pm) with no evening, weekend or sleep ins requiredPart time working available (3 or 4 full days per week)23 days holiday (3 more than standard) plus bank holidaysLots of career advancement opportunities and regular salary progression within a short space of timeExtensive training including first aid, safeguarding, emergency medication and much moreOpportunities to gain funded and recognised qualifications including Care Certificate and RQF level 3 in adult social careOpportunities to gain further work independently with our learners outside of your standard working daySupportive colleagues and managementWhat do you need?Driving licence or access to a lift (due to remote location)Professional, personal or voluntary experience of working with adults or young people with disabilitiesComfortable working with adults who exhibit challenging behaviourComfortable supporting others with personal/intimate care where requiredAbility to keep calm in high pressure situationsWe also welcome applications from those with no sectoral experience but have a keen interest in learning disabilities and a strong passion for helping others. Benefits for working with Randstad:Dedicated consultants 24/7 (we are on call) with experience working in the education sector Continuous support and guidance throughout your whole journey to help you reach your goalSalary negotiation supportMarket adviceMatching you with the job opportunity that you are looking forExclusive jobsAdvice and feedback on your current CV from education professionals If you want to know more about this fantastic opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now! For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Chris Barrett on 01293 527416 or chris.barrett@randstad.co.ukIf this isn't the right role for you, we have an array of positions in Sussex and Surrey which may also be of interest to you. If you know someone who would be interested, please pass along their contact details!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to our compliance, and enhanced DBS check.
      • cranleigh, south east
      • permanent
      • £17,626 - £18,626 per year
      • randstad education
      What would you do with your £1000 joining bonus? Are you keen to develop your understanding of scientific, evidence-based, behaviour analysis? Would you like access to numerous funded training and qualification opportunities? Calling all Teaching, Learning Support Assistants and Nursery Workers. Randstad have opportunities available for enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join a well established teaching team at a specialist day school graded 'Outstanding' by Ofsted for autistic children aged 4-19. Access a wide range of funded training and qualification opportunities in SEN education whilst gaining a breadth of experience with children of varying ages and abilities. We use behaviour driven teaching strategies and interventions to encourage positive outcomes and development of our pupils. Working within small classes individually and in groups, you will design, plan and deliver teaching sessions to encourage pupils learning and progression as well as improve their social and emotional development.Salary: £18,626 per annum plus regular salary progression based on completion of training. You will also receive a £1,000 bonus upon joining.Hours: 34.75 hours per week - Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30 pm (Tuesday till 5.30pm for staff meetings and training)Holiday: 9 weeks paid school holidays What do you need?Professional, personal or voluntary experience of working with children and disabilitiesMinimum Grade C/4 GCSE in English Language & Maths or equivalentComfortable working with children who exhibit challenging behaviourComfortable supporting others with personal/intimate care where requiredAbility to keep calm in high pressure situationsDrivers licence or access to a lift (due to remote location)Teaching Team ResponsibilitiesProvide teaching and support to pupils with autism, following individualised curriculumsPlan, prepare and deliver lessons and activities, focusing largely on life skillsSupport pupils' participation in trips, applying theory-based learning to practiceProvide behaviourally based support to reduce behaviours that impact quality of lifeProvide personal care, encouraging pupils to maintain acceptable levels of hygiene (toileting, feeding)Monitor pupil progress, ensuring teaching is appropriate and effective for pupil needsAssist with breaktime duties including playground support and snack timeWhat we can offer you£1,000 bonus upon joiningRegular salary progression with opportunities to increase as soon as 6 months from joiningCareer advancement opportunities to senior roles including Lead Teacher and Class SupervisorAdditional opportunities to broaden your skills including Mental Health First Aider, School Council Representative and Pupil Behaviour SupportOpportunity to work alongside our in-house team of Occupational and Speech & Language TherapistsStaff wellbeing and support facilitiesEnrolment into our pension schemeTerm time only workingHave you heard about our funded training and qualifications opportunities?Regular training in Safeguarding, Emergency Medication, Behaviour Management, Personal Care, Autism, First Aid and moreAccess to a wide range of Education & Childcare courses including RQF CACHE Level 2, 3 & 4 in Early Years, Learning Difficulties and Teaching & LearningBehaviour specific qualifications including Teaching Ranks, Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT), Board Certified Behaviour Analysis certification (BCBA) and Masters in Behaviour AnalysisWhatever your interest, we have something for you to help build a career in SEN education!
      What would you do with your £1000 joining bonus? Are you keen to develop your understanding of scientific, evidence-based, behaviour analysis? Would you like access to numerous funded training and qualification opportunities? Calling all Teaching, Learning Support Assistants and Nursery Workers. Randstad have opportunities available for enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join a well established teaching team at a specialist day school graded 'Outstanding' by Ofsted for autistic children aged 4-19. Access a wide range of funded training and qualification opportunities in SEN education whilst gaining a breadth of experience with children of varying ages and abilities. We use behaviour driven teaching strategies and interventions to encourage positive outcomes and development of our pupils. Working within small classes individually and in groups, you will design, plan and deliver teaching sessions to encourage pupils learning and progression as well as improve their social and emotional development.Salary: £18,626 per annum plus regular salary progression based on completion of training. You will also receive a £1,000 bonus upon joining.Hours: 34.75 hours per week - Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30 pm (Tuesday till 5.30pm for staff meetings and training)Holiday: 9 weeks paid school holidays What do you need?Professional, personal or voluntary experience of working with children and disabilitiesMinimum Grade C/4 GCSE in English Language & Maths or equivalentComfortable working with children who exhibit challenging behaviourComfortable supporting others with personal/intimate care where requiredAbility to keep calm in high pressure situationsDrivers licence or access to a lift (due to remote location)Teaching Team ResponsibilitiesProvide teaching and support to pupils with autism, following individualised curriculumsPlan, prepare and deliver lessons and activities, focusing largely on life skillsSupport pupils' participation in trips, applying theory-based learning to practiceProvide behaviourally based support to reduce behaviours that impact quality of lifeProvide personal care, encouraging pupils to maintain acceptable levels of hygiene (toileting, feeding)Monitor pupil progress, ensuring teaching is appropriate and effective for pupil needsAssist with breaktime duties including playground support and snack timeWhat we can offer you£1,000 bonus upon joiningRegular salary progression with opportunities to increase as soon as 6 months from joiningCareer advancement opportunities to senior roles including Lead Teacher and Class SupervisorAdditional opportunities to broaden your skills including Mental Health First Aider, School Council Representative and Pupil Behaviour SupportOpportunity to work alongside our in-house team of Occupational and Speech & Language TherapistsStaff wellbeing and support facilitiesEnrolment into our pension schemeTerm time only workingHave you heard about our funded training and qualifications opportunities?Regular training in Safeguarding, Emergency Medication, Behaviour Management, Personal Care, Autism, First Aid and moreAccess to a wide range of Education & Childcare courses including RQF CACHE Level 2, 3 & 4 in Early Years, Learning Difficulties and Teaching & LearningBehaviour specific qualifications including Teaching Ranks, Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT), Board Certified Behaviour Analysis certification (BCBA) and Masters in Behaviour AnalysisWhatever your interest, we have something for you to help build a career in SEN education!

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