Early Years Teaching Assistant for Hackney

GSL Education
12 Jan 2018
11 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

GSL Education are currently looking for an experienced Early Years Teaching Assistant for a reputed primary school in the London Borough of Hackney

Pay scale: from £65 - £70
Commencing: ASAP
Contract- Long term or short term

Our client is a vibrant community school where boys and girls of many different faiths and cultures learn happily together. The school has constantly developed in the previous years and continuing its successful records of raising standards effectively. The main aim of the school is to promote learning and work in partnership with parents to encourage children’s development as caring and responsible citizens. To be considered for this role, the candidate MUST have:

• an appropriate qualification to work with young children - either degree or childcare qualification
• High levels of literacy and numeracy
• Experience supporting students in secondary school environment
• A comprehensive knowledge on the UK education system
• A genuine enthusiasm to maximise academic achievement
• Confidence is using relevant ICT and electronic devices
• Excellent communication skills
• Highly developed administrative and organisational skills
• Ability to take instructions and work with other members of teaching staff and senior management
• Excellent behaviour management
• Eligibility to live and work in the UK

In return, the school offers:
• delightful, enthusiastic children who enjoy learning and all aspects of school life
• an inclusive team of dedicated, friendly and supportive staff
• excellent support for CPD and career development
• a genuine commitment to staff well being

We are an equal opportunities employer and we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff to share this commitment. The post is subject to an enhanced DBS check. Candidates wishing to apply are requested to forward a copy of their CV to our Primary Education Consultant & Business Development Manager Nick Stanley as soon as possible