SEN Teaching Assistant

Recruiter
FRCE Recruitment Group
Location
Newham
Salary
£15000 - £18000/annum
Posted
10 Jun 2017
Closes
09 Jul 2017
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
SEN Graduate Teaching Assistant - Newham - September 2017 Start - £15,000 - £18,000

***Psychology graduate 2:1 or above
***Full time
***London borough of Newham
*** September Start

Are you a Psychology graduate looking for a new challenge?

Would you like to gain some experience within a SEN provision to help pursue your career as an Educational Psychologist?

Are you hoping to build upon your SEN experience as a SEN Teaching Assistant?

If you answered yes to any of the above, then this is the perfect role for you!!!!

The Role - SEN Teaching Assistant - Psychology graduate 2:1 or above

To be successful for this role you will have to be an optimistic graduate with a 2:1 or above, with the passion and charisma to want to build upon your SEN experience / knowledge. The school is hoping to employ a graduate, who has a persistent ambition and the passion for becoming part of a strong SEN team. You will be supporting a Year 3 child with ASD. You will be supported by the senior leadership team who will work alongside you supporting you with all daily task.

The School - SEN TA - Psychology graduate 2:1 or above

This school is located in Newham, it is easy accessible using most transport links. This school provides education to a mixed gender, ages 5 - 10 to children on the autistic spectrum. This is a well-represented school and has an elevated level of achievement standards for all students. All staff have a full induction programme providing you with all the training to become the best Teaching Assistant.

How to apply - SEN Teaching Assistant - Psychology graduate with 2:1 or above

If you feel that you have the skills for this role, then please do not hesitate to contact Shannon Burke at FRCE on (Apply online only)

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