sen teaching assistant in guildford

posted
05 March 2019
contact
stine hansen, randstad education
job type
permanent
salary
£ 12,000 - £ 15,000 per year
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posted
location
guildford, south east
specialism
education
sub specialism
Special Needs Teaching
job type
permanent
working hours
Full-Time
salary
£ 12,000 - £ 15,000 per year
experience
Teaching
reference number
CJ327673
contact
stine hansen, randstad education
phone
01293 527416
apply now

job description

Have you always considered a career supporting students in education? Are you interested in learning about Autism? Are you looking to work Monday - Friday? If you are nodding your head right now, I suggest that you continue reading…

I am recruiting for a passionate teaching assistant to join a warm and welcoming special needs school in the Guildford area. The SEN school provides 'Outstanding' lessons for students (aged 6-16) on the autistic spectrum. Management and staff are well known for their positive focus, development programs and open-minded approach to all students, and the school also provides teachers with training whilst working. You will receive certificates in Autism awareness, Team Teach, Mindfulness and Makaton.

Benefits of working with Randstad:
- Exclusive online services
- On call 24/7
- Career advice
- Great market knowledge to match you to your perfect role
- Team teach training
- Advice and editing on your current CV
- A dedicated consultant throughout your journey

School Benefits:
- Top of the range technology and modern resources
- Team-teach Training
- A unique teaching approach
- Support from management and staff
- Extensive grounds
- Team days and events
- Brilliant career progression opportunities
- On site parking
- Free lunch provided by the school
- 14 weeks of paid holiday per annum

Your responsibilities include:
- Assisting students during class, making sure they are on track
- Liaising with class teachers to ensure a smooth-running class
- Supervision of children during their play times/lunch breaks
- Enabling learners to access the curriculum
- Supporting students' pastoral needs
- Being an active part in setting the learning environment
- Supporting learners on a 1:1 basis and as part of a small group in a range of activities throughout the day
- Using your interests to engage students in learning

The ideal candidate will possess the following skills and capabilities:

- The ability to work with learners with various learning difficulties
- An understanding of Autism (desirable but not essential)
- A willingness to learn and build relationships with students
- Confidence in supporting the lead in groups, in different educational subjects
- The ability to work as an individual and as a part of the team
- A flexible approach to education
- Own means of transport (essential)

Do you feel that you have the skills and patience for this role? Then this is definitely the role for you! Interviews are currently being held.

For more information about this role please contact Stine (pronounce Steena) Hansen on 01293 527 416 or email stine.hansen@randstadeducation.co.uk. If this isn't the right role for you, I have an array of positions in the Sussex, Surrey, Essex and Kent area which may also be of interest.

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, including an enhanced DBS check.

skills

building relationships