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      • cheadle, nw
      • full-time
      • Seashell Trust
      *New school opening Autumn 2022*Teaching Assistants (SEN)Type: Permanent, term timeHours: Monday to Friday, – 4pm (35 hours per week)Salary: £15,376 - £16,533 per annum + benefitsHolidays: School holidays (Stockport Education Authority) Role SummaryHere at Seashell we provide education and care for children and young people with severe, profound and complex learning difficulties and disabilities, sensory impairments, communication disorders and autism.Seashell Trust is currently going through an exciting period of transformation with a new School and campus being built that will provide the facilities that our students and residents need now but also for the future. Our new School and shared facilities building is due to open in Autumn 2022 so now is an exciting time to join us.We are recruiting for talented Teaching Assistants for our outstanding (Ofsted) School (Moving into the new School once open) who want to make a real difference to the day to day learning of our students. These active roles will involve working with students on 1 to 1 basis supporting their learning and providing any additional support including personal care needs, mobility, daily routine support and communication.The age range of our pupils is 2 – 18 years old. Experience in a Teaching Assistant role within a SEN environment supporting children with complex needs is preferred but not essential. So if you are passionate about providing learning and support, have the right attitude and share our values, then we’d like to hear from you.RequirementsGCSE English and Maths (grade A-C/4 or above) or level 2 equivalent is a requirement for these positions.Experience supporting children and young people with complex health needs preferred.Some students may present challenging behaviour, so similar experience is advantageous but not essential, although all candidates should be comfortable working in this type of environment.These are physically demanding roles with a requirement to keep up with the active students who may like to run, use our adapted bikes and go in the swimming pool.Support and benefitsWe support all new starters with a tailored induction and training programme enabling them to conduct their new role to its full potential. We also monitor ongoing development through the likes of appraisals and supervisions and encourage career progression and development throughout the business.Other benefits include:A generous annual leave entitlementA comprehensive health and wellbeing provision including Employee Assistance, wellbeing programmes and Occupational HealthRetail, food and leisure discount cardLife AssuranceChoice of pension schemeUse of the on-site gym and swimming poolFree on-site parkingCycle schemePaid DBSAbout Seashell TrustHere at Seashell, we offer a holistic approach with Seashell Royal School Manchester, Seashell Royal College Manchester and our 17 home-from-home care houses all of which provide a safe, supported environment.We value diversity and are committed to equal opportunities. Disabled candidates who meet the minimum criteria on the person specification will be guaranteed an interview.This charity is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.As part of our safer recruitment policy, successful candidates will be required to undergo an enhanced DBS check (no cost) and full references will be taken.Our vision is for the children and young people in our care to be safe, happy and to achieve the best possible outcomes so that they are valued and valuable members of their communities.
      • cheadle, nw
      • full-time
      • Together Trust
      Senior Educational Assistant (MAT Cover)Hours: hours, 39 weeksPro Rated Salary: £17, Location: CheadleJob PurposeIn addition to supporting the general learning and care of pupils across the school, the postholder will provide cover for absent staff, including teachers. The postholder will also assume a lead practitioner and mentoring role for other assistants within the school. They will have some responsibility for ensuring tier one strategies are implemented consistently in the classroom and pupil’s therapy targets are transferred and embedded.About youDo you want to break down barriers to learning for children with autism? Looking to further your Educational Assistant Career?Inscape House are looking for Senior Educational Assistants.We’re looking for someone who has:Level 3 or higher Teaching Assistant qualification or commitment to obtain such qualification within a given period of time.Minimum of two year’s experience of working with children with autistic spectrum disorders within a school setting.Experience of successful work with pupils who present with behaviours that concern.Awareness of current developments in supporting pupils with autism.Knowledge of specific approaches to working with people with autism both structured and unstructured, ie. TEACCH, PECS, intensive interaction etc.
      • cheadle, nw
      • full-time
      • Seashell Trust
      Learning Support AssistantsType: Permanent, term timeHours: Monday to Friday, – 4pm (35 hours per week)Salary: £15,376 - £16,533 per annum + benefitsRole SummaryThese positions are based in our Royal College supporting students, aged between 19 and 25 years old, throughout the day. We support children and young people with profound and complex learning difficulties/disabilities, sensory impairments, communication disorders and medical needs.In these active roles you will support the day to day learning of the students, delivering their individual education plans on a one-to-one basis. You will be providing any other support they may require through the day such as personal care, developing communication, promotion of independence and life skills and get involved in a range of other activities.We have a resilient workforce and culture at Seashell, some of our students may present challenging behaviour and so similar experience is advantageous but not essential, although all candidates should be comfortable working in this type of environment.About Are you committed, caring, compassionate and wanting to make a real difference to our student's learning?Have you ever wanted to pursue a role in an education setting?Do you have the ability to adapt quickly and always willing to learn?Maths & English GCSE grade C (or equivalent)Our benefitsPension scheme, life assurance, on site gym, employee assistance and wellbeing programmes, cycle scheme, free parking and lots more.We offer ongoing training and development and good career development opportunities with performance related pay to progress your salary depending on qualifications, training and experience.About Seashell TrustSeashell Trust runs an Outstanding (Ofsted) special School, and a specialist College together with (17) on-site residential homes - (6) Children’s Homes and (1) Short Break Service (Ofsted) and (10) CQC registered provision for children and young adults with complex learning disabilities, physical disabilities and multisensory impairments.We value diversity and are committed to equal opportunities. Disabled candidates who meet the minimum criteria on the person specification will be guaranteed an interview.This charity is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.As part of our safer recruitment policy, successful candidates will be required to undergo an enhanced DBS check (no cost) and full references will be taken.Our vision is for the children and young people in our care to be safe, happy and to achieve the best possible outcomes so that they are valued and valuable members of their communities.
      • cheadle, nw
      • full-time
      • Together Trust
      Hours: hours, 39 weeks (Term Time Only)Pro Rated Salary: £17, Location: CheadleJob PurposeIn addition to supporting the general learning and care of pupils across the school, the postholder will provide cover for absent staff, including teachers. The postholder will also assume a lead practitioner and mentoring role for other assistants within the school. They will have some responsibility for ensuring tier one strategies are implemented consistently in the classroom and pupil’s therapy targets are transferred and embedded.About youDo you want to break down barriers to learning for children with autism? Looking to further your Educational Assistant Career?Inscape House are looking for Senior Educational Assistants.We’re looking for someone who has:Level 3 or higher Teaching Assistant qualification or commitment to obtain such qualification within a given period of time.Minimum of two year’s experience of working with children with autistic spectrum disorders within a school setting.Experience of successful work with pupils who present with behaviours that concern.Awareness of current developments in supporting pupils with autism.Knowledge of specific approaches to working with people with autism both structured and unstructured, ie. TEACCH, PECS, intensive interaction etc.
      • cheadle, nw
      • full-time
      • Together Trust
      Hours hours, 39 weeksPro rated Salary£15, - £17, LocationCheadle HulmeJob PurposeThe purpose of the role is to support the learning and care of pupils across the school, under supervision and guidance of teachers and therapists.About youDo you want job satisfaction? Yearn for a rewarding role? Do you want to make a real difference in the lives of students with Autistic Spectrum Conditions?We’re looking for Educational Assistants to join our team at Inscape House School. Inscape House School is a specialist school for children with autism and related conditions, based in Cheadle.Relevant qualification in education and/or childcare (or commitment to obtain an NVQ Level 3 – Teaching Assistant qualification)Experience of working with children and young people with additional needsAs a Specialist Educational Assistant skills in one or more of the following curriculum areas; science, PE, music, food technology, enrichment curriculum and family activities, girl group.Ability to work effectively and cooperatively with colleagues within a staff team.Flexibility in dealing with changing circumstances.If you think you might have the relevant skills and experience we’re looking for, please get in touch.

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