SEN Teaching Assistant
SEN Teaching Assistant required to support in a school specialising in complex needs based in Preston
Our client runs a specialist SEMH and complex needs school for children and young adults aged 7-18.
They are looking for a SEN Teaching Assistant to encourage children's potential and progress through building good communication and providing emotional support.
Shift Pattern Available:
Monday - Friday
8:30am - 4:30pm
Benefits for you as the SEN Teaching Assistant:
Possible temporary to permanent position
Working in part of a team to create and build a safe and caring atmosphere
Face to Face training to introduce you into the role
Pay starting from £11 up to £14
Holiday Pay 12.07%
Online rota and online timesheets
Requirements for you as the SEN Teaching Assistant:
Experience working in social care with young children or adults with SEN
Self-motivated individual with clear communication skills
Confidence running classroom activities
Enhanced Child and Adults DBS
Providing emotional support to the young people
Be able to get to Preston in your own vehicle or by public transport
If you think you'd be a perfect fit for the role of SEN Teaching Assistant, then please contact me!