Learning Support Assistant/Personal Care for Male Key Stage 5 Student

Recruiter
CRS Recruitment
Location
London (Greater)
Salary
From £332.50 to £400 per annum
Posted
07 Nov 2017
Closes
16 Nov 2017
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Are you looking for a new role?

Do you have experience in working with young adults? Do you have experience of working with young adults with specific educational needs? Do you have a good working knowledge of the education system and have a high grade GCSE in English and Maths? Do you have experience of of providing personal care, or would be happy to be trained to do so?

If so this could be the role for you!

A post 16 facility in South East London are looking for a hard working, enthusiastic, patient and compassionate male individual to support a male pupil completing their courses.

This school require a Learning Support Assistant to provide high quality support for specific classes across the curriculum and to support pupils with varying levels of need, along with ‘Personal Care’ also.

The successful candidate will have experience working with students who have additional needs and be someone who is seeking a full-time position during term time. This could be in an education capacity or in a role such as a school nurse or carer.

This role will include;

• Informing and advising other support staff deployed in lessons to enable them to effectively support students' learning

• Ensuring effective communication with, and between, staff and students

• Delivering particular strategies and programmes for students

• To lead on general support duties including behaviour and learning

This School caters for young adults aged between 16 -19. They have a large site with high quality teaching and the school has around 1400 pupils on role. Within there is an inclusion unit that supports around over 100 pupils.

The school is a friendly and supportive environment and a rewarding place to work. Every member of staff participates in enabling the students to learn and to aspire to achieve meaningful independence. The School always places young people at the centre of all decisions it takes and it has a relentless focus on achieving the best possible outcomes for every student.

Successful applicants will have a good general education including GCSE (or equivalent) at grade C or above in English and Maths.

The successful applicants will require an enhanced DBS check and references will be taken up before interview.

We really appreciate the time you have taken to apply for this role, however due to large number of applications we receive we are unable to get back to everyone. If you do not hear from us within 48 hours unfortunately we will not be taking your application any further.


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