SEN Teaching Assistant – Staffordshire
Liquid Personnel is looking for an experienced SEN Teaching Assistants to work across the Primary Schools.
Your benefits as a SEN Teaching Assistant:
- Thorough induction, and ongoing support
- Excellent pay rate
- Highly supportive management team
- Excellent training and development opportunities
Your duties as a SEN Teaching Assistant:
- Looking after children’s physical, social & emotional well-being
- Keep records & attend review meetings if and when required
- You will be required to use your initiative to adapt class work to suit student needs
- Working alongside other members of staff to provide outstanding support to all student
- Recognising signs of distress in children and offering reassurance.
- Form positive relationships with children and support them with developing confidence in all areas
- Working with children with different SEN requirements. This may be in small groups or on a 1-1 basis
What we are looking for in a SEN Teaching Assistant:
- Have experience working with in young people with SEN previously
- Experience working with SEND students is desirable
- Have excellent interpersonal and communication skills
- Have high expectations of all pupils
- Have high expectations of themselves and work collaboratively with other staff
- Demonstrate an excellent understanding and commitment to Safeguarding
Why work with Liquid Personnel?
- New ‘Faster Pay’ service getting you paid more quickly.
- Twice weekly payroll
- Free DBS and compliance service
- Access to exclusive roles that aren’t available from other agencies.
- Your own dedicated consultant with extensive SEND knowledge
- Access to a wide selection of SEND positions across the UK.
“Refer a Friend” bonus – get £250 for each worker you refer who we successfully place*
“Find your own job” bonus – get £250 for bringing your own position to us *
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