Are you a Psychology graduate with a passion for supporting students with additional behavioural needs, looking to utilise your subject knowledge in a school based environment as a Graduate SEN Teaching Assistant?
Do you want the opportunity to gain first hand SEN teaching experience, before deciding whether to progress further into a SEN teaching career?
Would you want to work in a secondary school with an excellent SEN staff department, headed by an inspirational SENCO able to guide and support you throughout your time at the school?
If you are a Psychology graduate with a real enthusiasm for the subject and the ability to support students in 1:1 sessions, specifically structured to their needs and issues, then this is the role for you.
Graduate SEN Teaching Assistant – Role Information: Graduate SEN Teaching Assistant September Start Full Academic Year Located in Hackney area Paid £350 – £400 per week, term time only as Graduate SEN Teaching Assistant Offering academic and emotional support to students with additional behavioural needs Structuring sessions based around student’s needs and requirements Opportunity to gain first hand SEN teaching experience Supported by dedicated and driven SEN staff department Shortlisting for role now – Apply ASAP!
Role Requirements: Minimum 2:1 Psychology degree Vast subject knowledge Excellent academic background Passionate about supporting students with additional behavioural needs Looking to gain first hand SEN teaching experience Ability to structure and conduct 1:1 SEN support sessions Enthusiastic and supportive attitude Ability to professionally deal with challenging and personal topics
How to apply:
- Education Level
- Working hours per week
- 4 - 40
- Type of Contract
- Casual / Part Time Jobs
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- Profession Sub-category
- Customer Service
- Full UK/EU driving license preferred
- Car Preferred
- Must be eligible to work in the EU
- Cover Letter Required