SEN Teaching Assistant – Birmingham
About the job
Prospero Teaching is looking for a SEN Teaching Assistant to provide cover in various schools around the Birmingham area.
About the SEN Teaching Assistant Role
- Location – Birmingham
- Position – SEN Teaching Assistant
- Type of work -SEN teaching assistant to work within various schools which cater for students who have physical difficulties, autism, sensory impairments and learning difficulties. For this role you will need to have experience working with special needs and be confident in supporting students with physical disabilities. Team Teach and/or Manual Handling training is beneficial but not necessary.
- Start date – ASAP
- Likely Duration – ongoing supply cover to July 2020
- Position end date – July 2020
- Contract type – Temporary, Full-time
- Minimum rate of pay – £55 per day
- Maximum rate of pay – £65 per day
- Hours – 8:30am-4pm (term time only)
SEN Teaching Assistant Experience, Training and Qualifications
- It is essential that you have experience working within a SEN setting.
- Up to date Safeguarding training is imperative; you can undertake a free course with Prospero Teaching if you have not completed a Safeguarding course in the last 12 months.
To be eligible for any teaching job with Prospero Teaching, you must
- Hold the Right to Work in the UK.
- Possess an enhanced child barred list DBS certificate registered with online update service or be willing to process a new application.
- Provide two professional child related references.
If you are a confident SEN Teaching Assistant and would like to be considered for this teaching job, please call us on 0121 227 2430
Prospero Teaching is acting as an employment business/education recruitment agency in relation to this vacancy. The successful candidate will be required to register with Prospero Teaching in order to fill this vacancy.
Prospero Teaching is able to offer the successful SEN Teaching Assistant:
- Free, accredited continued professional development courses including safeguarding and behaviour management