SEN Learning Support Assistants with SLD, Non-verbal and Complex needs
·SEND School Setting
·Experience with SLD, Non-verbal and Complex needs
·Working with 6-10 students
·Opportunity to develop professionally in your career
Are you an experienced Learning Support Assistant/Support Worker with SEN experience? Are you experienced supporting students with Severe Learning difficulties, Non-Verbal and Complex needs.
Empowering Learning's Partner School are looking for dynamic and robust Learning Support Assistants/Support Workers who have a wealth of experience supporting children or young adults with a varied range of learning difficulties and disabilities. Our school are currently looking for proactive and dedicated individuals to effectively support young adults with Challenging behaviour and Complex needs, who can play a significant role in supporting students on their educational journey, encouraging them to develop their social, emotional and life skills. They are also looking for a strong character who can take responsibility and take initiative to overcome challenging situations and build a rapport with students who have a range of additional needs.
Our Partner Special School provide an inclusive learning environment for children and young adults, who have Profound Multiple learning difficulties, Autism, Complex needs and Emotional and Behavioural difficulties. They offer a personalised programme and curriculum, enabling individuals to develop their life, social and independent living skills. They also work closely in partnership with communities and multidisciplinary teams and invest a vast amount into continual professional develop training for all their staff members.
To be a suitable candidate for this position;
·Experience supporting children or adults with learning difficulties or disabilities
·Background knowledge and experience in the SEN education or Health care sector
·Must have a good level of experience of working with young people with challenging behaviour
·Comfortable assisting children and young adults with personal care including hygiene and feeding
·Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively with staff and students
·A valid DBS registered on the update service or be willing to apply for a new one
·Willing to commit to long-term, full time positions.
If you are looking to develop professionally in your career and want the opportunity to bring your passion and dedication, then this is the role for you. Having previous experience in the Health and Social care sector will also be an advantage.
When working with Empowering Learning you will benefit from;
· Dedicated consultant committed to finding you the right role and setting for you, who will support you during your assignment
· Competitive rates of pay, depending on experience and the role £65-£80
· A fast clearance process, most of which can be accessed online.
If you are experienced in the SEN or Healthcare sector and committed to supporting children or young adults with challenging behaviour, we want to hear from you. Please submit your CV to Sarah Kidman at or you can call on .
- "SEN Learning Support Assistant
- Challenging behaviour"