SEN Support Worker / Teaching Assistant

FRCE Recruitment Group
12 Jan 2018
10 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Full Time
Residential Support Workers (RSW) for Primary and Secondary setting ** Special Needs School based in Coventry ** £65 - £90 a day depending on experience ** PECS/Makaton/Manual Handling/Personal Care Are you looking for a new environment as a Residential Support Worker? Do you want to be a valuable part of a team as a Residential Support Worker? Are you a confident Residential Support Worker with desire to work in SEN? If yes and you are looking to start this academic term as a Residential Support Worker, please continue reading below and hit the apply button. Role - Residential Support Worker Duties include working closely with pupils of SEN in groups or 1:1, maintaining and improving the social, emotional, physical and learning needs for pupils. The ideal Residential Support Worker will be able to tailor their approach in regards to communication, engagement, and distraction techniques to optimise learning and maximise comfort. You will also be required to assist with personal care, administer medication and have strong knowledge of health and safety polices. School - SEN Teaching Assistant Special Needs Schools based in Coventry, with pupils aged years 4-16 of the ASD spectrum and other complex needs. The school is dedicated in enforcing positive language with their students to boost progression. The school has a strong and organised team which offer a family environment. The school are looking for a positive and passionate Residential Support Worker with the desire to work with pupils of SEN. If this sounds like you and you're ready for a new challenge, then hit the apply button below or contact Kaz at FRCE on (url removed) The FRCE Recruitment Group is committed to equality and value diversity. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults