sen teaching assistant in worthing

03 August 2018
sarah elmasry, randstad education
job type
£ 12,000 - £ 15,000 per year
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worthing, south east
sub specialism
Special Needs Teaching
job type
working hours
£ 12,000 - £ 15,000 per year
Non Teaching
reference number
sarah elmasry, randstad education
01293 527416
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job description

Are you experienced in working with SEN children?
Are you looking for work for September?
Are you local to Worthing?

If you've answered yes then this could be your new role!
A special school in Worthing is looking for an experienced teaching assistant to join their team on the 3rd September. Your role will be to support a class of non-verbal learners and support them in accessing the curriculum in a fun, creative and interactive approach. The children are aged 11-12.
Benefits for working with Randstad:
Career advice and CV editing
A dedicated consultant through out your recruitment journey
Flexible hours
Competitive daily rates
Exclusive job offers
Benefits for working with the school:
Access to all school facilities
Training and support
CPD opportunities for all staff
Free on site parking

Your role will include:
Skills required for the role:
Good maths and English
Patience and flexibility
An understanding of working with non-verbal autistic children/young adults
Ability to deal with challenging behaviour
Do you feel that this is a rewarding role for you? Then apply today for a September start.

For more information about this role contact Sarah Elmasry on for a chat about the role.

Furthermore; we have an array of positions in West Sussex, East Sussex , Brighton and Hove as well the Essex 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.


experience in managing challenging behaviour,experience with autism spectrum disorders,experience with learning difficulties