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SEN Teaching Assistant
Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England
Permanent (Full time)
SEN Teaching Assistant Salary: £65 - £75 per day Start Date: April 2021 Location: Scarborough, North Yorkshire GSL Education Hull branch are seeking to employ a Special Needs Teaching Assistant to work in a school in Scarborough, starting from 12th April, 2021. It's full time Supply work which might continue through the end of the academic year. Job Roles available: 1:1 Support Assistant Autism (ASC) Support Behaviour Mentor Graduate Teaching Assistant General Teaching Assistant Special Needs Teaching Assistant Learning Mentor Learning Support Assistant To be successful, you must: Have 6 months experience working in special needs as a Special Needs Teaching Assistant, Support Worker, Healthcare Assistant or Nursery Nurse Be knowledgeable on how to successfully manage behaviour linked to Autism, Mental Health Needs and Learning Difficulties Be able to quickly engage and build rapport with pupils Hold an Enhanced Child Workforce DBS registered to the Update Service, or be willing to complete one through GSL Education Be an enthusiastic, highly motivated individual who leads by example In return, GSL offer competitive rates of pay, a bespoke service, and dedicated Consultants who will support you in securing your new role. Whether you are at the start of your career in Education or are looking for a better work-life balance, rest assured we are here for you. As experienced Education Recruiters, we have helped hundreds of Candidates gain the relevant experience and training required to become Specialist Support Staff, Newly Qualified Teachers, Fully Qualified Teachers, Education Psychologists and even gain Senior Leadership appointments. For more information on this role, please contact Kerry Fowler or Bekkie Barker at GSL Education Hull, or apply by sending your up to date CV through the application link