Teaching Assistant - Unqualified

Posted 21 May by EdEx - Education Recruitment
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Teaching Assistant - Unqualified

In the heart of Brentford, a fantastic Primary School are on the hunt for multiple Teaching Assistant - Unqualified for ASAP starts. These are long-term & full-time roles for the remainder of the academic year as a minimum.

Does this sound like the Teaching Assistant - Unqualified opportunity for you? If so, please read on below to find out further information

JOB DESCRIPTION

  • Teaching Assistant - Unqualified
  • Supporting children across EYFS, KS1 & KS2
  • Schools Direct opportunity on offer to the correct candidate
  • General classroom support
  • Working with a range of mild SEN: Autism, ADHD and Dyslexia
  • £105 - £110 per day - Term time only - Full Time
  • ASAP starts - Long term contract - Full Time - No weekends
  • Located in the London Borough of Brentford

PERSON SPECIFICATIONS

  • Must hold a degree from a reputable University
  • You must have a clear passion for education as children, while showing a hunger to learn
  • Must be fully committed to the role
  • Good understanding of the Primary curriculum and general knowledge of SEN would be desirable, but not essential
  • Good academics required: GCSEs and A Levels

If you are interested in this Teaching Assistant - Unqualified opportunity, trial days can be arranged immediately!!

Apply for this Teaching Assistant - Unqualified opportunity by sending your CV to Eloise at EdEx. You will be contacted by your personal consultant (if shortlisted)!

Teaching Assistant - Unqualified

INDTA

Reference: 52698532

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