Upcoming requirement on a full time basis working within the college's on site special educational needs department. The role will entail working on a one to one basis with students who have Autism, ADHD and SEMH. Prior experience is essential in a similar setting where you have supported and worked with young people with a variety of needs.
The college has a special needs resource centre within the college (located close to the Didsbury/Chorlton area) where students with Autism are supported in small groups and on a more 1:1 basis as required. The college is looking for an experienced SEN Teaching Assistant who can work within this resource centre supporting these students with access to learning.
The successful SEN TA will be working on a 1 to 1 basis with students who are high functioning, therefore very able and academic but struggle with the social, emotional and mental aspects of interaction (SEMH).
Working with this specified cohort of students is greatly rewarding and would suit an experience SEN specialist who is looking for work within a college environment but perhaps from a care background with relevant transferable skills.
The college requires the successful SEN Teaching Assistant to start with them on Monday 21st February ideally for the remainder of the academic year in the first instance.
Key aspects of this SEN Teaching Assistant role:
- Support a specific cohort of students with Autism and various learning difficulties
- Full time Teaching Assistant position starting on Monday 21st February following the half term break; supporting students with Autism in the college's in-house resource centre
- Work with small groups and on a 1:1 basis with students in this highly supportive, reputable college
- College situated close to the Chorlton/Didsbury area of south Manchester
- Pay range between £1375 - £1420 per month depending on specific experience
The college is located in the south Manchester area, making it very easily accessible for those living in the surrounding areas to get to. This includes Didsbury, Chorlton-Cum-Hardy, Fallowfield, Hulme, Levenshulme and Trafford. There are also very strong public transport links to this college with local buses and the Metrolink.
The successful SEN Teaching Assistant would become part of a team of TAs within the resource centre.
If you are a graduate with experience of working with a student with Autism or an experienced SEN Teaching Assistant who can support an individual with various needs, then apply now with your latest CV.
All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see faqs for details.
All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.
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