SEN Teaching Assistant in a Primary School in Oxford

Posted 7 May by Academics
Easy Apply Ending soon

Register and upload your CV to apply with just one click

SEN Teaching Assistant in a Primary School in Oxford

ASAP Start

Experienced SEN TA

Do you have previous experience working with SEN children?

Do you enjoy working 1:1 in a mainstream environment with children with additional needs?

If you answered yes then may be the role for you!

  • SEN Teaching Assistant
  • Experienced required in a similar setting
  • ASAP Start
  • Oxford
  • £75- £85 per day

An excellent primary school in Oxford are searching for an experienced SEN teaching assistant to join them on an immediate basis. They have a child in Reception with an EHCP - the child has Autism and will require someone who understands these needs. primary school are looking for someone who is enthusiastic and has a true passion for working with children with SEN. Ideally a background working with Autism would be ideal for this position.

This is a long-term, full time opportunity and will require a SEN teaching assistant who is fully committed to their role. Ideally the SEN teaching assistant will have had previous experience in a similar position working with special needs in a school. This role requires someone with patience - the school are happy to provide support and guidance but will need a SEN teaching assistant who is passionate about SEN.

The school are looking for someone to be consistent for this child and offer ongoing support. The successful SEN Teaching Assistant will be working closely with the SENCO so will be a great opportunity for you to learn from their experience and develop in your career.

This opportunity is to begin so please apply soon!

SEN Teaching Assistant - Oxford - ASAP Start

Reference: 52600469

Please note does not communicate with candidates via Whatsapp, and we will never ask you to provide your bank, passport or driving licence details during the application process. To stay safe in your job search and flexible work, we recommend visiting JobsAware, a non-profit, joint industry and law enforcement organisation working to combat labour market abuse. Visit the JobsAware website for information and free expert advice for safer work.

Report this job