Teaching Assistant Special Educational Needs Jobs Vacancy at The Frce Recruitment Group Orpington
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Teaching Assistant Special Educational Needs Jobs Vacancy at The Frce Recruitment Group Orpington Jobs Details:
Currently recruiting for a SEN Teaching Assistant - Orpington, Southeast London, Kent - £60 - £80 per day - ASAP start!
Are you looking for an exciting and challenging position within a "Good" school with "Outstanding" facilities?
Would you like to work with students that have complex needs to help their progress in education and social development as a Special Educational Needs Teaching Assistant?
If this sounds like something you would be interested in, then pick up the phone and call Lewis at FRCE about this SEN Teaching Assistant role today!!!
SEN Teaching Assistant must:
** SEN Teaching Assistant required
**Have previous experience working within SEN
**Working with ages 4-18
**Must have a current DBS Children and Adults disclosure
**Be able to travel Orpington, Southeast London, Kent and get them for 8:30am - 3:30pm
**£60 - £80 per day, dependant on experience
**PECS/Makaton/Signalong/Team Teach or some form of restraint experience is preferred
The School - SEN Teaching Assistant
The school is roughly a 15-minute walk from Orpington, Southeast London, Kent, there are also several buses you can get. The school offers a holistic approach to learning by integrating a range of creative therapies to help students who need their specialised input. It also has particular strengths in meeting speech language and communication needs allied to moderate to severe learning difficulties and autistic traits. Students have a range of educational and/or medical diagnoses.
This school has consistently high standards which is reflected in their Ofsted report. They have a brilliant team who can provide excellent training and support, regardless of whether you are employed on a temporary or permanent basis.
The Role - SEN Teaching Assistant
This SEN Teaching Assistant role is within a fantastic Special Needs School that I have the pleasure of working closely with. They are looking for a SEN Teaching Assistant who has experience within the SEN sector, who can work to inspire and achieve! Experience with PMLD students would be highly desirable and training within Hoisting and Manual Handling is essential. The ideal candidate will have worked in a school with Mild to Moderate Learning Difficulties, that has a desire to work with a more complex needs SEN school.
The role would require someone to be comfortable dealing with personal care, including toileting and feeding and with restraining students. As an SEN Teaching Assistant you would be supporting the emotional, social and academic development of the students you work with to ensure they reach their full potential!
How to apply - SEN Teaching Assistant
If this sounds like the ideal SEN Teaching Assistant role for you, please send your application to Education@frce-group.co.uk or Call Lewis Gilhooley on 0203 846 7111 (Option 2)
***Please remember if you know a suitable Speech & Language Teaching Assistant we also pay up to £500 referral bonuses so please do get in touch***
The FRCE Recruitment Group is committed to equality and value diversity. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults.