SEN Teaching Assistant
Monarch Education is looking for staff to support in all aspects of the welfare and education of pupils within Special Needs Schools.
The ideal candidate will be willing to work with a wide range of differing ages and abilities and have experience with children and/or young adults with emotional and behavioural difficulties, mild to moderate learning difficulties and more profoundly disabled pupils who have additional physical impairments or severe behavioural problems. Applicants should be able to demonstrate the ability to co-operate with their colleagues and will be prepared to attend staff briefings when required. Duties for this post will include assisting in individual and small group learning programmes, preparing and organising school resources, safe supervision of pupils both in the classroom and outside of school during working hours and if necessary helping with toileting and feeding physically disabled pupils. Advantageous accreditations would be NVQ's in TA work, completed courses on varying Special Needs and Team Teach or other restraint handling courses, however these are not mandatory.
Monarch Recruitment Limited provides services as an Agency and an Employment Business.
Monarch is committed to equal opportunities and encourages applications from all sections of the community.