Graduate SEN 11 Teaching Assistant

£60 - £65 per day
07 Nov 2017
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Have you just graduated with a Psychology degree and have experience of working alongside students with SEN gained from your degree?

Perhaps you are considering Educational / Clinical Psychology and you want to build your portfolio of experience?

Would you be available to start this fantastic and rewarding 1:1 role right away?

This is a rare opportunity to gain experience working in a SEN / 1:1 Support role in some fantastic primary schools within the Walsall area. If this is the wrong location in the West Midlands, but you have the skills and qualities needed, then call Jamie for a friendly, confidential chat.

To find out more about this fantastic opportunity please contact Jamie for a friendly and confidential chat about the roles themselves and to discuss how we can support you further.

SEN 1:1 Support roles

  • Primary Schools in Walsall area
  • Ideal for Psychology graduates - must have 1st or 2.1
  • Education experience would be desirable
  • Earn £300 per week
  • Starting ASAP
  • Full-time, long term role
  • Trial Days currently being arranged

At i-teachers we work closely with Primary Schools across the West Midlands who are looking for talented graduates who wish to pursue a career in psychology or education, who are looking for vital experience before commencing training.

Our aim is to place you at a school that would benefit your future career plans which would include arranging and coordinating your trial day.

In an SEN 1:1 role you would be working on a 1:1 basis with specific children who have ranging needs from ASD, OCD and ADHD, as well as vulnerable children who may be looked after. It is important to have fantastic communication skills to be able to establish a firm relationship between the children, teachers and family. It is essential you have a 2.1 or above and can demonstrate your ability to engage the student you will be working with. You will be required to assist in the classroom and create resources and plans that take into consideration the needs and interest of the children, in order to promote inclusion and allow them to have the same opportunities as their peers. You will need to be motivated to spend some of your own time learning about the needs the child you're working with has and how best to support them through the National Curriculum.

If you have the above skills and the drive to succeed, then this role could be for you!

If an SEN 1:1 Support role is of interest then do not hesitate to apply! Click APPLY NOW or contact Jamie at i-teachers for a friendly and confidential chat.

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