Learning Support Assistant x2

Recruiter
Location
Southampton
Salary
£16484 - £16485 per annum
Posted
13 Jul 2017
Closes
10 Aug 2017
Ref
SC345
Contact
Richard Lawes
Sector
Education
Function
Teaching
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time

Learning Support Assistant x2

Hours: 30 hours per week, 39 weeks per year (term time only)

Salary: £16,485 pro rata

We are offering a fantastic opportunity for 2 Learning Support Assistants to join our dedicated team of professionals and support our outstanding teachers across a variety of faculties.

Our learning support assistants work with a wide variety of learners from entry level up to foundation degrees. Learners vary including both physical disabilities as well as challenging behaviour and dyslexia.

The role will suit an applicant who holds a minimum of a level 2 within maths and English with an understanding of factors that create barriers to learning and strategies to overcome these as well as knowledge of quality improvement systems and tools to support these. In addition to this it would be beneficial to have knowledge of disabilities and learning difficulties.

The successful candidate will be flexible, and possess good motivational skills and excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and an appreciation of the uses of IT are essential, as is a commitment to excellence.

The application closing date is Monday 14 August 2017 with interviews taking place on Wednesday 23 August 2017. If applying, please ensure you can make yourself available on this date - thank you.

We are only able to contact you if you are shortlisted for interview, and we will do this via e-mail so please ensure we have your accurate contact details when registering, including a contact telephone number.

All shortlisted applicants are required to complete a self-declaration and disclosure form prior to interview. Satisfactory references, enhanced DBS check and medical clearance will be required for successful job candidates.

City College is committed to providing an environment where students, staff and all members of the College community can feel safe and secure.