Graduate SEN Specialist

Posted 18 June by Academics
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Graduate SEN Specialist

Psychology (SEND/SENCO)

Oxford - Ofsted - Outstanding

Degree: BSc in Psychology, Criminology and Sociology 2:1 (of higher) or relevant SEN experience in Teaching Assistant roles.

A local Oxford SEN Specialist School is seeking a new Graduate SEN Specialist. The Graduate SEN Specialist will work with students with Complex Needs.

Are you a graduate searching for the perfect role to start their career in education, or an individual passionate about SEN/SENCO/SEND? Are you looking to work alongside the best specialist staff and equipment such as Speech and Language Therapists (SLT), Hydro therapists, Psychologists and more?

The Graduate SEN Specialist is a perfect role to provide a valuable experience for aspiring Psychologist, SEN teachers, Therapist, Primary School Teachers.

SEN Teaching Assistant

  • 1:1 with Oxford students with complex needs ranging from: ASD, Autism, Dyslexia and various other learning difficulties.
  • Team Teach opportunities may be
  • September 2024 start - term time only.
  • £83 - £90 per day
  • Hours: 8:30 am - 3:30 pm, Term time only
  • Based in Oxford, Oxfordshire.
  • Good numeracy, phonics, literacy skills - GCSE standard A - C

Desired qualifications:

  • SEN/SENCO/SEND NVQ 2/3
  • HLTA (Higher Level Teaching Assistant)
  • Team Teach
  • (NASEN) - National Association for Special Needs qualifications.

If you are excited to work with children, start your Teaching or SEN career please apply directly this SEN Teaching Assistant advert. The Oxford SEN School cannot wait to hear from you!

Reference: 52900178

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