Job Description

206720570
£60 - £85/day
13-Oct-2017
 

Experienced SEN T.A

Experienced SEN Teaching Assistant - £60 - £85 a day - Surrey - Immediate Start - Special Needs School - Must have previous experience** SEN T.A for Primary aged (2-11)
** Special Needs School based in Surrey
** Must have experience working in an SEN setting
** £60 - £85 a day depending on experience
** PECS/Makaton/Signalong/Team Teach or some form of restraint experience is preferredAre you looking for a role in a special educational setting, working with children with severe, profound and complex learning difficulties?Have you previously worked as an SEN Teaching Assistant before?Are you looking to work in 2-11 as an SEN Teaching Assistant?If you answer yes to all these questions and you are looking to start immediately as a SEN Teaching Assistant, please continue reading below and hit the apply button.Role - SEN Teaching AssistantResponsibilities include working alongside teachers and teaching assistants to deliver lessons, help with personal care, helping and support with the students physical, emotional and personal development. Enabling students to optimizing learning as well as maximizing comfort for each and every student. The ideal SEN Teaching Assistant will attain a positive and empathetic nature who can adapt and cater to meet each students individual needs.School - SEN Teaching AssistantSpecial Needs School based in Surrey, A Special School for primary children (aged 2-11) with severe/profound and complex learning difficulties. Also working with students who are on the autistic spectrum in addition to their learning difficulties.If this sounds like a challenge you can excel in please apply below or alternatively contact (url removed)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