|Location||Eastbourne, United Kingdom|
|Date Posted||January 18, 2023|
|Salary||£75 – £85 per day|
|Work Hours||8am to 4pm Monday to Friday|
Teaching Assistants Required across East Sussex!
Pay Rate; Dependant on experience and qualifications.
Are you an experienced Teaching Assistant who is confident in improving outcomes for children who have additional needs?
Are you passionate about education and learning, and you’re looking for a new role to challenge your skills and abilities?
Chalk Education are working alongside a number of education providers who are recruiting for Teaching Assistants to join their teams, on a variety of contracts, short, long term and permanent.
You will be required to plan, support and deliver creative and interactive lessons in an engaging way to groups of students with mixed ages and abilities. You will need the ability to cover a range of subjects and require good knowledge across the curriculum or in a specialist area.
Excellent behaviour management is necessary yet with a calm but firm approach. You will always be working alongside a supportive staff team ensuring a positive and safe learning environment is provided for all students.
Alongside the staff you will be responsible for safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children and young people.
To be considered for this role you will need:
- At least 6 weeks experience of working with Children and Young People
- Experience working in an educational setting
- Good knowledge and understanding of a range of SEND
- Excellent behaviour management skills
- A flexible approach and positive attitude
o References confirming suitability for role
o Commitment to Safeguarding
o Enhanced DBS certificate registered on the update service
o 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