SEN Teaching Assistant

Job Description

Flourish Education are recruiting a SEN Teaching Assistant to work at a First School in the Redditch area. Our client is looking to recruit a full-time SEN teaching assistant to work in a Year 1 class on a long-term basis.

The school require a SEN Teaching Assistant to support in the Year 1 class, working on a one to one (1:1) basis with a child with Special Educational Needs (SEN). The child has an EHCP with an Autism diagnosis and can display elements of challenging behaviour. The ideal candidate will have a patient and nurturing approach to teaching and support.

This SEN Teaching assistant role is full-time and ideally starts after the October Half Term or as soon as possible thereafter and continue on a long-term basis.

Required Skills and Experience for this SEN Teaching Assistant role:
Minimum Level 2 qualification or equivalent
Experience in a Primary School or Nursery setting
Experience in Key Stage 1 (KS1) is a bonus
Ability to manage challenging behaviour
Experience working with children with Special Educational Needs (SEN)

Working for Flourish Education as a SEN Teaching Assistant you will receive:
Day rate up to £90 per day which equates to £17,550 per annum based on working 5 days a week for a full school year
The option of PAYE or Umbrella
Holiday Pay- for PAYE candidates you accrue this at 14.36% of your day rate
Pension Contributions
Free Safeguarding Level 1 and Prevent Training
Refer a Friend bonus scheme
£100 welcome to the team bonus paid automatically after working 10 days
Regular contact throughout the registration process and once you are at work.

This SEN Teaching Assistant role is situated on the outskirts of Redditch in a residential area. The school is easily accessible by car and public transport and has a good sized car park on site.

All candidates are subject to an enhanced DBS, references and Barred checks. Flourish Education is acting as an employment and business agency. Flourish Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of pupils and expects every candidate to share this commitment.