Teaching Assistant – SEN – Dorset
Liquid Personnel is currently looking for a SEN Teaching Assistant to join our client’s team in Dorset. The ideal candidate will require previous experience working in an SEN setting.
Your benefits as a SEN Teaching Assistant:
- Thorough induction, and ongoing support
- Excellent pay rate
- Highly supportive team and management
- Excellent training and development opportunities
Main responsibilities as SEN Teaching Assistant:
- Support and facilitate the learning and independence of our students.
- Contribute to planning, preparation, implementation and evaluation of education programmes, plans and reports as required.
- Contribute to assessing, recording, and reporting on young peoples’ progress.
- Promote and encourage independence at all times.
- Keep records accurately and up-to-date.
- Ensure safeguarding and health and safety procedures are followed at all times
- Promote the development of positive social behaviours and self-regulation skills
Skills & Qualifications:
- Full UK driving licence and access to your own car
- Level 2 or equivalent in Maths and English
- Please note that the minimum age to work on site is 21
- Have some knowledge or experience of working within an education setting
- Be positive and creative in meeting young person’s needs
- Be able to work on your own as well as part of a team
- Good numeracy and literacy skills
- Competent ICT skills
Liquid Personnel is an equal opportunities employer. Liquid Personnel Ltd is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
As a SEN Teaching Assistant, your role is essential to the support and development of our students being successful, independent, and achieving in a safe and caring learning environment. You will build a professional & trusted relationship with the students which put their health, safety and overall development first. This role will include supporting our teaching staff to deliver on a daily basis a broad and balanced curriculum for our students both on and off site. Flexibility is key in this role and may include working 1:1 with a student when required, or supporting in class working with a small group. Positive behaviour management is an important part of the role.