Learning Support Worker- Cranleigh Do you have experience working with challenging behaviour?Are you a resilient and positive person, ready to make a difference in the lives of young people? Are you ready for a new challenge, helping vulnerable adults achieve their full potential?An Outstanding school, in a beautiful rural setting in Cranleigh, are looking for a positive and resilient individual who has experience in the SEN/EBD field, and are ready to join their team! The school offers specialist day services for adults with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other disabilities. Highly trained and committed staff offer person-centred support and learning programmes to promote independence, social inclusion and positive personal choices. The Learning Support Worker position is perfect for someone who has experience working in adult care or community based services, and has a positive attitude, patience and resilience and is looking for a rewarding experience. This school offers an amazing range of benefits:-Fully supported training and CPD programme (including Crisis Intervention, Epilepsy, Administering Medication, Safeguarding & First Aid)-Established career development programme -Opportunity to working with the occupational and speech and language therapy teams-Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm (part time would be considered)-23 days paid holiday plus bank holidays-No evening, weekend or shift requirements-On site parking Your role would include:-Working as part of a team, providing behaviour analysis based support to adult learners-Collect and analyse data on the learning programmes -Ensuring adult learners' individual needs are met through personal support and planning-Support adult learners' in social, educational and employment opportunities in the community-Assist adult learners in decision making and promote individual empowerment-Encourage and assist adult learners to maintain acceptable levels of personal and environmental hygiene-Developing knowledge of autism spectrum disorders and disabilities Key Skills required:-Experience of working in community based services or with young adults with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)-Comfortable working with challenging behaviour -Ability to work as a team and build relationships with learners, parents and staff-A positive and resilient attitude-Minimum Grade C or equivalent, in English Language & Maths is desirable-Care certificate is desirable-Own means of transportBenefits 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 goal-Salary negotiation support-Market advice-Matching you with the job opportunity that you are looking for-Exclusive jobs-Advice and feedback on your current CV from education professionals Is this the perfect role for you? Apply now! For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Sara Nogosek on 01293 527416 or email firstname.lastname@example.org If 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 the compliance process that also includes the enhanced DBS check.