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Are you a SENsational TA?

Posted 7 March by CER Education Recruitment Easy Apply Ended

Are you a committed and dedicated SENsational ASD TA / Autistic Spectrum Disorder Teacher Assistant?

Are you looking for a new challenge in a supportive and progressive School?

Are you interested in supporting young pupils?

If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then we have the perfect role for you!

We are looking for an ASD TA / Autistic Spectrum Disorder Teaching Assistant who demonstrates strong behaviour management skills.

As a member of the CER London Team, you should expect to enjoy the following benefits:

  • Market leading daily rates of pay
  • Dedicated team of consultants with an in-depth knowledge of our industry
  • Opportunity to make a genuine difference
  • Free career and recruitment advice

Our Schools are looking for confident individuals who are passionate about making a difference!

The more information you give us on your CV the more we tell our School about you!

If you have experience or feel confident in at least 2 of the following bullet points please do get in touch:

  • Outgoing and Fun Personality
  • Youth/Community experience
  • SEN experience
  • Residential Support/Care Worker
  • Sport Coaching
  • Team Teach
  • Youth Offending Services
  • Mentoring
  • Challenging Behaviour within Family
  • Teaching/Learning Support Assistant
  • Psychology
  • Pro-active and Hard-working

In return, we will offer a no hassle payment scheme, a personal consultant for a One to One service and a unique referral system.

CER London are seeking an ASD Teaching Assistant / Autistic Spectrum Disorder Teaching Assistant to help a small class of Primary / Secondary students.

Experience in an ASD setting is not essential, but desirable, as the needs of the students can be complex. Previous experience with Makaton and PECS would also be ideal.

The role can be full / part time with the opportunity to go longer term for the right ASD Teaching Assistant / Autistic Spectrum Disorder Teaching Assistant.

If this sounds like a position that motivates you and you are interested in seeing young minds blossom then please apply today by emailing your CV to Ness at or please call for more info on .

Registration involves an enhanced DBS check, identity checks and requires all applicant to supply good professional references. Please only apply if you are confident that you will pass this procedure.

Reference: 34625851

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