As a Teaching Assistant with a focus on supporting children with Special Educational Needs, you truly make an enormous difference to children’s lives on a daily basis.
Do you have a desire to make a truly rewarding impact and transform the lives of children with SEN by helping them to reach their full potential?
As a Teaching Assistant at an inclusive primary school in Bury, we require you to provide support within the school’s EYFS unit, specifically within Reception. The focus is on assisting a pupil who has just started school with an EHCP and a diagnosis of autism.
The school is seeking an SEN TA on a full-time basis; working from 8.30am-3.30pm, Monday to Friday.
On offer to you
Access to our employee benefits scheme, Affinity Extra; offering a host of benefits and savings from an extremely wide range of retailers, utilities and services as well as days out and experiences
Training opportunities to keep your knowledge up-to-date and to help you advance in your career
A variety of payroll options to suit your individual circumstances
Extremely competitive rates of pay
Flexibility in your working schedule
What we are looking for
Knowledge and/or experience of working with or supporting any form of Special Educational Need; experience of autism would be beneficial
Experience of working with children is useful but not essential. Your attitude, desire to help children, knowledge and transferable skills are equally as important, sometimes more so.
You will help to keep children safe by supporting the safeguarding of children and encouraging positive behaviour through agreed behaviour management strategies
You will provide care and encouragement to pupils while supporting the teacher in the delivery and evaluation of learning activities
The ability to remove barriers to learning and provide mentoring support to children.
Who this role would suit
A qualified Teaching Assistant with knowledge of SEN or supporting challenging behaviour
Someone with a background in Residential Support, Social Work, Mental Health Support or with similar transferable skills
Psychology, Counselling, or Psychotherapy degree graduates (other Mental Health-related qualifications are considered)
Individuals with knowledge and/or experience of supporting children, young people or adults with any form of additional need; either professionally or personally.
How to apply
Click ‘Apply Now’ below and submit an up-to-date CV with phone and email contact details. You will be contacted by one of our consultants for an informal chat about the role.
Monarch Education is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications regardless of sex, age, race, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, religion and belief, pregnancy and maternity or disability.
This vacancy is based in the United Kingdom. Monarch Education operate in the UK and can only process applications from candidates who are currently UK residents and eligible to work in the UK. Whilst we will endeavour to contact you following your response, due to the high volume of applications we regret that this cannot always be possible. If you have not had notification from us within 30 days please take your application as not being successful this time but we will keep your details on file for future opportunities.