Early Years Learning Support Assistant

Posted 9 May by Tradewind Recruitment
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Position: Early Years Teaching Assistant

Location: Oldham, Primary School

Role: 1:1 Support for a Non-Verbal Autistic Child

Type: Long-term, Full-time

Salary: £85 to £90 per day

Are you a dedicated, compassionate, and enthusiastic individual with a passion for making a positive impact in the lives of young learners? Tradewind Manchester is looking for an Early Years Teaching Assistant to join our dynamic team in Oldham Primary School.

In this rewarding role, you will be providing essential 1:1 support to a lovely child who is autistic and non-verbal. Your compassionate and patient approach will help this exceptional child thrive in their educational journey, fostering an environment where they can flourish and achieve their full potential.

Key Requirements:

Experience working in Primary Schools is essential.

An outgoing and engaging personality.

A genuine commitment to enhancing the learning experience for all children.

Why Choose Tradewind Manchester?

We are a dedicated education recruitment agency with a strong reputation for supporting both our clients and candidates.

We offer excellent rates of pay ranging from £85 to £90 per day, ensuring your dedication is recognised and rewarded.

This is a long-term, full-time position, providing you with stability and the opportunity to truly make a difference in a child's life.

If you are ready to take on this fulfilling role and make a real impact on a young learner's life, we would love to hear from you.

To Apply: Email your CV to Chris at or call our Manchester office on to discuss this exciting opportunity further. Your journey towards inspiring young minds begins with Tradewind Manchester.

Required skills

  • Early Years Learning Support Assistant

Reference: 52614086

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