Are you passionate about developing a career with children and young people with autism? Are looking for a career where you can make a difference in the lives of young children?
An SEN Trainee Teacher
role is available working with children and young people with autism and related disabilities. The children and young people are aged between 4-19, and you will be working in a classroom environment.
As the SEN Trainee Teacher
you're required to provide personal care, support the children at all times and ensure the children are reaching their full potential.
For your hard work, you will receive on-going training and development, 44 days of annual leave and progression opportunities!Benefits of the SEN Trainee Teacher include:
Requirements of the SEN Trainee Teacher include:
- The ability to gain fully-funded qualifications
- On-going training and development
- Progression opportunities
- 44-days annual leave
- Work Monday - Friday only
- The opportunity to work 1:1 with children directly
Responsibilities of the SEN Trainee Teacher:
- Experience working with children with challenging behaviours/autism/learning disabilities
- Clean UK driving license
- Commitment to gaining further qualifications and training
- Emotional resilience and strong communication skills
- Work 1:1 with the young person to meet their individual needs
- Provide an outstanding quality of care including personal care
- Work under the companies rules and Ofsted regulations
- Write reports to assess their development
: £16,291 with salary increasing on completion of qualificationsRole
: Full-time, permanent (9-16:30, Tuesdays 9-5)Location:
Please follow the instructions on this website to apply your interest, or for more information on this SEN Trainee Teacher
position please contact Mark Beaver at Charles Hunter Associates.