sen learner support worker in seaford

31 May 2018
sarah elmasry, randstad education
job type
£ 14,000 - £ 15,000 per year
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seaford, south east
sub specialism
Special Needs Teaching
job type
working hours
£ 14,000 - £ 15,000 per year
Non Teaching
reference number
sarah elmasry, randstad education
01293 527416
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job description

Do you have experience working with Autistic learners?
Are you a supportive and resilient individual who wants to make a difference?
Are you looking for a permanent September role?

A specialised primary school in the Seaford area are looking for an SEN learner support worker to join their vibrant school and support their students towards a fun and creative learning experience ensuring their safety and well being at all times.

This SEN learner support worker role is due to start in September. You will receive intensive induction and training which works towards your career progression and development.

Benefits of working with Randstad:
A specialised SEND consultant dedicated to find you the perfect role
Out of office hours
CV and career advice tailored to you
Team teach training for candidates

Benefits of working with the school:
In-house promotion and development
On-site parking
Benefits Scheme
CPD opportunities for all members of staff

Responsibilities for this role:
Support learners 1:1 or in small groups
Liaise with teacher to be aware of tasks planned
Engage with learners helping them access the curriculum
Escort students on outings and all out door activities

Skills required for this role:
An understanding of Autism
Ability to be flexible as no day is the same
Patience and tolerance toward each learner
A team player and the desire to progress within the school

If this sounds like a role for you then please email for an immediate start.

If this role isn't the right role for you, we have an array of roles over the West Sussex, East Sussex and the Brighton and Hove area.
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.


experience with autism spectrum disorders