SEN Teaching assistant - Mainstream school
Do you have a background in the SEND Education sector? Are you seeking a rewarding role in Education, one that allows you to use your skills and personality to help young people in their learning?
Empowering Learning Ltd are seeking dedicated Learning Support Assistants in the West London area that are willing to support children and young people with various learning difficulties and disabilities on their educational journey. We are looking for passionate individuals who want the opportunity to progress in this field and are dedicated to committing on a long-term basis. We are currently looking for experienced and motivated learning support assistants who can use their initiative and take differentiated approaches to learning for pupils in a mainstream school on a 1:1 basis. Experience of working with children or adults in an education setting isn't essential but you are required to have experience of working with children or adults with additional needs.
To be considered for the position you must have the following:
·GCSEs in English and Maths or level 2 equivalent.
·Experience supporting children with learning difficulties or disabilities.
·Supporting individuals on the Autism Spectrum.
·Experience and willingness to assist with personal care.
·Comfortable working with challenging behaviour
·Excellent interpersonal skills to work effectively with staff and students.
·A valid DBS registered with the online update service or be willing to apply for a new one.
·Available 5 days a week and able to commit to at least 2-6 months
In return, when working with Empowering Learning Ltd you will benefit from;
·Dedicated consultant with a wealth of experience committed to finding you the right role and setting for you, who will support you during your assignment.
·Competitive rates of pay, depending on experience.
·A fast clearance process, most of which can be accessed online.
Empowering Learning Ltd is a committed Equal Opportunities Employer and therefore will not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, ethnicity, disability or sexual orientation. Please note that successful applicants will be asked to apply for an enhanced DBS check via the Disclosure and Barring Service.
If you're committed to supporting children or young adults and would like to work in SEN learning environments, we want to hear from you. Please submit your CV today or you can email Megan Roberts on the Primary Team at