learning support assistant in cranleigh

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£ 16,500 per year
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cranleigh, south east
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£ 16,500 per year
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01293 527416
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job description

Can you adapt your work style to suit different learners' needs?

Do you enjoy a challenge?

Do you get satisfaction from helping others?

A community with residential and non-residential learners with autism and speech and language difficulties need a learning support assistant. This school has an outstanding Ofsted rating for many reasons and the successful candidate will be trained in level 1 Makaton to help learners with their communication skills.

Does this sound like the kind of career development you are looking for?

Benefits of working with Randstad:
* A specialised SEN consultant
* Career Advice
* Job application and interview support
* Excellent market knowledge to help you find your role
* Exclusive online services

Benefits of working with the School:
* Free on-site parking
* Level 1 Makaton training
* Work alongside the therapy team
* A 1-week induction
* Recognition from the SLT

Your responsibilities:
* Support students with outdoor activities such as shopping, leisure centre trips and work experience placements
* Take part in 1:1 activities and group sessions
* Provide personal care
* Support the teacher with IEP, planning/evaluating activities and writing reports when required
* Provide care for individuals aged between 5 - 19

Key requirements:
* Experience in SEN, youth work, nursing or care
* Own means of transport
* An ability to work independently and under pressure

Interviews will be held in the first week of May so apply now to secure your position! Send your application to reece.noormohamed@randstadeducation.co.uk

Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the enhanced DBS check.


experience with autism spectrum disorders