Rate: £70-£100 per day, depending on experience
Principal resourcing are actively seeking motivated and friendly SEN Teaching Assistants to provide general cover across our partnership academies and alternative provisions in Hull , East Riding of Yorkshire. There are both full-time and part-time positions available, to provide day-to-day and long-term cover.
The ideal candidate will have experience of supporting children with complex learning, physical, medical and behavioural needs. As a valued member of the staff team, you will provide support for children with a variety of SEN needs including ASD and SEMH. There may be a requirement for personal care when working on a 1:1 basis to support children with additional needs. You must be committed to high standards, actively promoting a safe, secure and happy learning environment that encourages pupils to succeed in often challenging circumstance.
We are looking for SEN Teaching Assistants who are predominantly experienced in working with children/adults with physical disabilities, but applications are welcome from applicants with a range of SEND experience. We work with several schools and alternative provisions who provide education for pupils with a range of needs.
You can expect to earn up to £100 per day , depending on the requirements of the role.
Within the role you will be required to:
Provide calming and nurturing support for some of the most vulnerable students with EHCP’s in place
Instil good behaviour management strategy in line with the setting policy
Support the delivery of lessons to engage and enthuse learners
Be a positive role model for the children, through commitment to the setting expectations
Encourage the talents and abilities of all students to achieve academically
Display an enthusiasm to learn and develop professionally
Show an interest in the children that you are working with, to build mutually respectful relationships
Work effectively as part of a friendly staff team to support the children in your care
Be resilient, not easily offended and able to de-escalate sometimes challenging situations
There may be an element of personal care involved to support the children in their daily routine
Skills and attributes:
Ability to relate well to pupils and young adults with additional needs
Experience of working within a similar setting (care homes, hospitals etc) would be advantageous
Ability to remain calm under pressure
Team Teach or MAPA qualification desirable
Experience of working with physical disabilities, PMLD, ASD or SEMH advantageous, but not essential
A proactive team member, committed to raising standards and achievement
Able to manage and action a variety of issues relating to the well-being and safeguarding of children
A valid DBS on the update service or willing to obtain one
So, what’s in it for you:
Highly supportive and committed consultants who will endeavour to find assignments suited to your needs, specific to your Local Authority
An opportunity to extend your professional development with FREE accredited CPD courses
Rewarding and competitive rates of pay
A great range of opportunities to work in a variety of local schools of your choice
‘Recommend a Friend’ bonus up to £250
A wealth of experience from Teachers working in branch, to provide you with industry specific knowledge, career advice and CV assistance
A choice of pay options to suit you and your circumstances: PAYE or Umbrella Company