Support Staff, Kent
Position: Support Staff
Vacancy ref: 150826
Role: Teaching Assistant
Sub Subject: n/a
Key Stage / Age Group: SEN
Duration: Long Term
Perm / Temp: Temporary
Start Date: 02-01-2018
Finish Date: 02-01-2018
Our client school in West Kent are seeking to appoint a Teaching Assistant in their Design & Technology department.
Teaching and Learning Assistants provide high quality support for teaching and learning within Design & Technology.
As a Teaching and Learning Assistant your duties would involve:
supporting informing and advising other support staff who are deployed with the class in lessons to enable them to effectively support students? learning and communication; ensuring effective communication with, and between, staff and students and contribute to securing efficiency and high standards of care and personal development for students; delivering particular strategies and programmes for students; lead on general support duties including providing physical management and personal care.
You will have a good general education including GCSE (or equivalent) at grade C or above in English and Maths and will be supported to complete the Level 3 Diploma in Specialist Support for Teaching & Learning in Schools (if not already achieved).
An interest in Design & Technology is desirable along with experience of complex physical and medical needs is desirable. However an aspiration to enable students to learn and achieve meaningful independence is essential.
In order to work with Link Education all applicants must:
Be UK qualified or hold a recognised Teaching or Teaching Assistant Qualification
Have previous Experience Teaching the UK National Curriculum
Hold a current and clear DBS or be happy to apply for a new one
Be able to commit to the full duration of the contract
Have a passion for teaching and the ability to inspire all who you teach
If you think you are the right person then apply online today..... We would love to hear from you!
Link Education Ltd is an Equal Opportunities Employer. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect staff to share this commitment.
Special Needs School, Kent