Are you a qualified TA or ambitious graduate looking to work with challenging behaviour? Would a full time position as a Behaviour support assistant in an Oldham school be of interest to you?
Teaching Personnel are working in partnership with a secondary SEN school in Oldham who have a full time position for a Behaviour support assistant. This is to start ASAP and work across KS3/4 with children requiring direct support within lessons and throughout school, previous experience working within a similar position is desirable; teaching assistant, learning mentor or voluntary work with Special Needs would be beneficial for applicants. For the successful applicant to this Behaviour support assistant role, you can expect;
- A full time position with the opportunity to become permanent/contracted
- Working alongside a supportive team within this Special Needs school
- The opportunity to undertake designated SEN training (Team-Teach manual handling)
- Rate of pay , earn up to £70 per day (8:30-3:15pm) each day
- A progressive opportunity in this Oldham based school with great facilities
The school is situated in Oldham, close to the M60 motorway and borders Chadderton and Failsworth, so public transport access is excellent. As an SEN provision, the school is much smaller than a mainstream environment, with an average of 12 pupils per class in KS3/4. The aim of this behaviour support assistant role is to enable pupils to develop both academically and socially, reduce disruption within lessons and ensure children meet the expectations of leadership and their individual targets for the year.
Teaching Personnel Manchester SEN branch work in partnership with this school which is part of a Multi-School trust, you will need to have suitable references to be considered and a DBS certificate (or be eligible to apply).
For consideration, please submit your CV via the “apply now” link to this advert, or for any further information about this Behaviour support assistant job, call Josh in the Manchester SEN branch of Teaching Personnel now.