SEN Learning Mentor

Category: Graduate TAs / School Support Staff | Reference: ITEACH-57505
Location: Edgbaston, West Midlands B16 UK
Job Type: Contract
Immediate Start: Yes
Salary £300 to £350 per Week

SEN Learning Mentor 

Have you recently graduated and would like to support students overcome barriers to learning?

Perhaps you have experience working with young people who may have additional needs such as ADHD or autism?

Would you like to secure a long-term role instead of the inconsistent daily supply work you may currently be doing?

This is an excellent opportunity for a graduate to gain paid experience as an SEN Learning Mentor. Register your interest today!

SEN Learning Mentor – The Role

  • Long term contract position (with the possibility to become permanent)
  • Monday – Friday full-time role term time only
  • Start ASAP
  • Paid £80-£95 per day
  • Fantastic free CPD programme from i-teachers!
  • Support students with additional needs
  • Work closely with the SENCo to monitor progress
  • Follow the pupils’ tailored learning programme

SEN Learning Mentor – Person Specification 

  • Strong academic background
  • Passion for education
  • Previous experience working with children is desirable
  • Knowledge and/or experience of supporting needs such as Autism/ADHD
  • Outgoing personality
  • Commitment for at least one academic year

SEN Learning Mentor – The School

  • Warm and welcoming in Edgbaston B16
  • Supportive teaching and SLT
  • Broad and balanced curriculum
  • Prides itself on the whole development of their students
  • Great facilities and resources
  • Close to transport links

If you are a driven and ambitious graduate and would like to apply for this SEN Learning Mentor position, please send your CV to Jessica at i-teachers today! The school are keen to interview ASAP to meet the needs of their students.

Posted On: 22/09/2022
Recruiter: i-teachers

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