at Chalk Education
Location Flint, Rhyl, Colwyn Bay, Wrexham, United Kingdom
Date Posted March 10, 2023
Category Secondary
Job Type Long-term
Work Hours 8:30-3:30

Job Description

Are you a nurturing individual who can engage and support children with Additional Learning Needs?

Do you have experience working with children who require additional support?

Chalk Education is recruiting for teaching assistants to work across several mainstream primary, secondary, and special schools located in North Wales, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Conwy and Wrexham.

All our schools are friendly places to work, we can offer part-time, full-time roles, for day-to-day roles, block bookings or long-term. Alongside the staff you will be responsible for safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children and young people.

If you have experience in Autism, ADHD, Global Delay, Anxiety, Mental Health Disorders, Speech and Language difficulties or Physical Disabilities, then we want to hear from you?


Immediate starts until summer 2023, we can offer full-time or part-time work, hours are either 8:45am-3:10pm or 3:30am-3:30pm.


To be considered for this role you will need:

  • A minimum of 3 months experience of working with children
  • Experienced of supporting children with additional needs
  • Behaviour Management
  • Ability to create a fun and productive lessons
  • Be caring, nurturing with excellent listening skills


Additional requirements:

  • References confirming suitability for role
  • Commitment to Safeguarding
  • Enhanced DBS certificate registered on the update service or willing to apply
  • Registered with EWC or willing to apply
  • Eligibility to work in the UK



  • Support from dedicated and knowledgeable specialist consultants
  • Continual professional development through online training
  • Competitive pay rates related to your experience
  • Opportunities within a range of schools and provisions
  • Refer a friend bonus with £150 in vouchers



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