1:1 EBD Teaching Assistant - Ideal for Resilient Graduates

Recruiter
I Teachers Ltd
Location
West Bromwich
Salary
£275 - £300 p week
Posted
31 Oct 2017
Closes
16 Nov 2017
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time

Are you a recent Psychology or core subject graduate keen pursue a career in education through a supportive and caring school?

Do you have relevant experience working or volunteering with children who have additional educational and behavioural needs?

Perhaps you have another degree subject, however you are passionate about a teaching career and have the right experience working within a support, educational or social work role?

If so, this challenging and rewarding position will give you the opportunity to influence an individual child's learning and personal development experiences. The perfect opportunity before beginning your PGCE in September!

1:1 EBD Teaching Assistant

  • 'Outstanding' primary school
  • Sandwell, West Midlands
  • Paid £300 per week
  • Long-term, full-time role starting ASAP
  • Full training and support provided

About the Role:

The role will require you to work closely with a happy and lively boy, who has Emotional and Behavioural difficulties and needs support and encouragement to stay motivated to achieve his potential. You will be supporting him during play times to engage and interact with other children and adults in the most appropriate ways. Your primary role within the classroom will be to deliver the curriculum alongside the teacher to enable him to access the same opportunities as his peers. There will be important strategies implemented to keep him on track and engaged in his work.

Person Specification:

This role ideally requires a resilient, motivated and committed psychology or core subject graduate who is keen to work in a supportive 1:1 role within the classroom. You will be passionate about a career in education, and need to have relevant experience working with children with varied educational and behavioural needs, as well as developed behaviour management and communication skills. You will have a minimum of a 2:1 degree, with strong A Levels. For this role, it is important that you are able to think on your feet and learn new skills and strategies quickly, in order to keep this child on track.

About the School:

This warm, welcoming and successful primary school which is located in the Sandwell area, is dedicated to the support and development of both pupils and staff. You will be provided with excellent training and development opportunities, in order to implement the most beneficial strategies to support this child. Full training will be given to the right candidate and regular support meetings and training will be continued throughout your time at the school.

If you think you have what it takes to be successful in this role, then send your CV to Jamie by clicking 'APPLY NOW'.

If you're unsure if this is the right role for you or your skills and experience match the criteria, but you're considering a career in education, then call Jamie for a friendly chat.


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