Graduate Inclusion Support Assistant – Secondary and Sixth Form


Category: Graduate TAs / School Support Staff | Reference: ITEACH-33995
Location: Birmingham, West Midlands UK
Job Type: Contract
Salary £325 to £350 per Week

Graduate Inclusion Support Assistant – Secondary and Sixth Form

Are you about to graduate and would like to gain worthwhile experience in a school based setting, whilst deciding if teaching is for you?

Perhaps you are committed to supporting young people to achieve their best, access the best educational and stay in a mainstream school setting?

Maybe you like the idea of balancing a role that will enable you work with students in to support their personal development which can transfer into academic development?

This driven and vibrant school are looking for a patient, resilient and proactive graduate to join their inclusion team from now until the end of the year, with the potential to move onto a permanent role from September. If you feel that you are able to support these students to have equal educational opportunities and ensure they stay in a mainstream school setting.

Inclusion Support Assistant – Secondary and Sixth Form

  • Minimum 2:1 degree – all degrees considered, but Psychology and Core Subjects are in higher demand
  • Some transferable experience is essential
  • Fantastic training and support provided
  • Paid up to £350 per week
  • Large Secondary School in Birmingham
  • Role starting September until the end of the academic year
  • You will need to have resilience, ambition and positivity
  • Interviews are being arranged, so early applications are advised

This role involves joining the schools fantastic inclusion team. The school have an excellent support system in place for their students who have difficulties managing their behaviour and emotions. Every student will follow a curriculum matched to their needs and interests and a wide range of strategies are used to support them individually. This is truly excellent experience for any graduate keen to build a career in education.

You will have access to full training to be able to effectively deliver these sessions and support these students both with their academic and personal development.

This role is ideal for a resilient, patient and committed graduate with a 2:1 or above degree who is keen to gain more school based experience. This role would suit an aspiring Teacher, Mentor, Counsellor or Educational Psychologist keen to enhance your CV with the best skills and qualities to become a successful teacher. Ideally you will have relevant experience working with children either through voluntary placements at university or paid roles. Experience of working with vulnerable children or young people would be advantageous but not essential.

This is a fantastic opportunity close to Birmingham City Centre. The multi-cultural school has a distinct happy and vibrant atmosphere where children are eager to learn. The staff are a cohesive team who work together to ensure all children receive a first class education and opportunities to personally and socially progress.

If you think you have what it takes to be successful in this role, then please click ‘apply now’ and send your CV to Jamie at i-teachers.

Posted On: 07/05/2019
Recruiter: i-teachers

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