Graduate Learning Support Assistant SEN/SEMH
|Salary||GBPEarn up to £350 per week|
Special Educational Needs/ Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs – Oldham – Immediate start – long term role
Are you a graduate with a Psychology related degree with an interest in supporting young people with additional behavioural needs, who is considering a career in teaching or social work?
Would you benefit from paid work experience for the full academic year as a Learning Support Assistant in a supportive school before applying for a PGCE or further experience in 2019?
This is an excellent opportunity for an ambitious graduate to use their skills and experience supporting pupils with additional behavioural needs, to make a huge impact to this school in Oldham.
Graduate Learning Support Assistant – SEN/SEMH
- Psychology related degree ideal
- Supporting pupils with Special Educational Needs & Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs
- Support in school as a Learning Support Assistant
- Position available for a recent graduate
- Support additional behavioural needs – previous experience required
- Great paid experience prior to further study
- Immediate start
- Paid up to £325 per week
- Long term/full-time role
In this role you will work specifically with children who have additional behavioural needs, and require 1:1 support in the classroom to help them keep on task and fulfil their potential. Your specific degree will come in handy to specialise as you may also be able to run small intervention groups on literacy or numeracy topics, for those who may be struggling. This is a growing school which endeavours to support graduates at this early stage to bring more talent into the teaching profession.
The ideal candidate for this behaviour role is an enthusiastic and supportive individual with a real passion for education and a desire to become a teacher or behavioural role in a similar field. You must have graduated with a 2:1 or higher in your degree and have a good academic background. You do not necessarily need school based experience however working with children in other environments is essential, ideally where you have used behavioural techniques.
Commutable areas include – Oldham, Tameside, Rochdale, Greater Manchester
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If you would like to be considered for this Learning Support Assistant role starting immediately, send your CV to Becky at i-teachers today.