Individual Needs Assistant Job, both full and part time
Your new company
Hays works with a number of schools in the area, with good transport links. The schools are looking for someone who is proactive and able to work independently whilst differentiate work and making it more accessible to the individual child.
Your new role
You will work individually with a pupil who requires additional support in a one to one capacity in KS2 & KS1. You will have experience working with children with challenging behaviour and Autism. It is imperative that you have the experience required for this role. You will assist the classroom teacher, developing and implementing an IEP. You will assess, monitor and give feedback, whilst offering encouragement and motivation. You will ensure that the pupil is understanding all verbal and written instructions and is staying on track with tasks. You will also help to facilitate inclusion and enable them to integrate with their peers.
What you'll need to succeed
It is necessary to have previous experience working with children with Autism and challenging behaviour within KS2. It is essential that you have recent and relevant classroom based experience, previously following the UK National Curriculum. It is essential that you have previous and relevant experience with pupils with SEND Needs. You will have strong communication skills and be able to quickly build a good rapport with pupils. You will be a team player as you will be working closely with the classroom teacher and the pupil's parents/carers each day. You will be an individual who is highly organised, creative and adaptive, being able to think on your feet to enable the pupil to overcome any barriers to learning. You will have strong English, Maths and IT skills which you will be able to use in a classroom setting.
What you'll get in return
You will receive free, up to date safeguarding training whilst placed in this role with Hays Education and have the support of a specialist SEN Education Consultant. If you know of other education professionals looking for work, you can also receive £250 worth of vouchers every time you recommend a colleague or friend to Hays Education.
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