Job Reference: CasKW16 Job ID 207306826
Job Type: Temporary
Location: Tower Hamlets
Salary: £11,700 - £13,650
Date Posted: 2nd February, 2018
Date Closing: 19th February, 2018
Agency: Castles Education
Castles Education are proactively looking to recruit two experienced ASD teaching assistants to start in an ASD school supporting EYFS/KS1 children.
The schools is an “outstanding” school based in Tower Hamlets, where every pupil has met or exceeded their challenging targets. With this in mind, the school need two assistants who are experienced in supporting students who have a diagnosis of Autism.
The role is a full time post working school hours, 8.30am to 4pm term time only but may become a permanent position in September.
Pay for this role while on supply ranges from £60 – £70 a day depending on experience and qualification and will be paid to Scale 4 if permanent placed.
To apply for one of these roles you would need to meet the following criteria:
• It is essential that you have either a level 2 or 3 qualified teaching assistant qualification
• You must show the ability for working effectively with children with a range of complex special educational needs including autism, some of whom may display challenging behaviours.
• A passion for supporting young children with their physical and emotional needs
• To undertake work which can be physically demanding from time to time.
• If you are trained in Team Teach, MAPA, PECS, Makaton or other relevant SEND training that would be beneficial.
Interviews are taking place over the next week and across half term so if you are interested you should apply today with your CV.
Please note – if you do not have a DBS on the update service you will need to be prepared to have a new DBS check carried out on your behalf.
We are fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, younger learners and vulnerable adults and we expect all staff and volunteers to share the same commitment. All positions will be subject to enhanced DBS checks, satisfactory references and will be exempt from the provisions of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974