SEN Graduate Teaching Assistant ASD

Recruiter
Edustaff
Location
Felixstowe, UK
Salary
Competitive
Posted
28 Jul 2019
Closes
01 Aug 2019
Ref
1183262495
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
SEN Graduate Teaching Assistant (Autism/ASD/ADHD)

Are you a recent graduate who is excited to pursue a career where you can support children with Autism and behaviour difficulties?

Perhaps you are looking to qualify as an Educational Psychologist in the future and need to build up experience working with children or young adults? Maybe you are looking to pursue a career as a SEN Teacher and want to gain classroom experience first?

Either way, if you are looking for a school-based role where you can positively impact the lives of young children with Autism and ADHD, this could be the perfect opportunity!

***SEN Graduate Teaching Assistant starts September 2019
***Inclusive Primary School in Felixstowe
***£60-£70 per day
***SEN TA role that will initially lasts for the whole of the 2019-2020 academic year
***Supporting SEN pupils at the school who have ASD/ADHD.
***Providing a fully inclusive education to the school's SEN pupils
***Working 1:1 and running small group SEN Intervention sessions
***Getting involved in extra-curricular clubs and events

What do you need for this SEN Graduate TA role?

You will need to be an empathetic, caring, calm and resilient graduate who has a strong academic record and a degree that closely links to Speech and Language or SEN. Psychology Graduates, Linguistics Graduates and SEN/Inclusion/Education Graduates are particularly sought after for this role. Graduates with a 2:1 or First-Class degree are strongly encouraged to apply.

Previous experience working with children or young adults with Autism or ADHD is desirable. Whilst training will be offered to the successful SEN TA, a solid base of knowledge and experience would be preferable. A genuine passion and desire to work with children in order to improve their educational outcomes is essential for this role.

Graduates who can commence from September and commit to a role that will last for the entire 2019-2020 academic year (until July 2020) will be needed for this role. Continuity is extremely important for SEN pupils so a consistent TA who can build a positive rapport with students is needed for this role.

This is the perfect opportunity for an aspiring SEN professional to really make a difference in the lives of children and young adults with SEN. Working alongside supportive colleagues and some great pupils, you will get the chance to build up some invaluable experience by working within this setting. If this sounds like an exciting opportunity for you to explore, send your application in today to Matt Burgum at Edustaff.

Please note: due to the volume of SEN Graduate applications, only successful SEN Graduate TAs will be contacted.

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