Communities and Families
Pupil Support Assistant - fixed term until 30/06/2022
Roseburn Primary School
Salary: £18,860 - £19,142 (pro rata for part-time and sessional)
Hours: 25 per week, 39 weeks per year
Roseburn is a non-denominational primary school where we strive to provide our children with learning experiences of the highest quality in a positive and caring environment, where everyone can feel happy, confident, and valued. We are committed to working in partnership with our parents and members of our learning community to ensure that our children achieve the very best.
The current school roll (excluding the nursery) is 235. The nursery operates 1140 hours with an allocation for 30 full time spaces. At present we are an 11-class school.
The class organisation and current staffing are as follows: There are 13 class teachers, a Head Teacher, 2 Principal Teachers and a SFL teacher. They are supported by a Business Manager, an Administrator, and a number of Pupil Support Assistants, a Facilities Technician, and a Dining Room Supervisor.
The school has a fully established Parent Partnership and PTA who are very active in the school in items such as fundraising, volunteering and general parent communication and liaison.
For further information please visit our website at https://wordpress.com/view/roseburnprimary.co.uk or to discuss the post please call 0131 337 6096.
The Pupil Support Assistant will be working directly with a pupil with additional support needs to ensure effective access to the curriculum.
It would be desirable for the successful candidate for this post to have;
• Previous experience of supporting a child with additional needs; in particular autism
• Childcare qualification or PDA certificate
• Experience of using technologies to support children's learning
This post is considered Regulated Work with Vulnerable Children and/or Protected Adults, under the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Act 2007. Preferred candidates will be required to join the PVG Scheme or undergo a PVG scheme update check prior to a formal offer of employment being made by the City of Edinburgh Council.
We're committed to creating a workplace culture where all our people feel valued, included and able to be their best at work, and we recognise the benefits that a diverse workforce with different values, beliefs, experience, and backgrounds brings to us as an organisation
Our salary range typically reflects the initial starting salary and annually increases until it reaches the top of the range. For roles in grade 5 or above, annual increments in our contribution zones are dependent on achieving agreed performance goals