Learning Support assistant
|Job Type||Contract (Long Term)|
|Area||West London, UKMiddlesex, UK|
|Sector||Secondary Education - Support Staff/ Supervisor|
|Salary||£60 - £80 per day|
HOUNSLOW Learning support Assistant - PMLD Full time - Start immediately Veritas are working with a thriving SEN school based in Hounslow. The students are aged 11-19 and have severe SEN, ASD and PMLD. The school are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced LSA that has previously worked in an SEN school. The candidate must be physically fit and comfortable undertaking personal care i.e. toileting, and wheelchair handling. Knowledge of/ experience using PECS and Makaton desirable.
The candidates must have a TEAM TEACH qualification that is in date and experience working in an SEN school. This role can also be mentally challenging: Strong behaviour management skills are a must. The school is 15mins walking distance from 3 main train stations. If you are interested in this rewarding position, please send your CV to Gemma Yip at Veritas Education.
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR VERITAS EDUCATION
- All applications are subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure, professional reference checks, Overseas Police Clearances (if applicable) in line with our stringent safeguarding policy
- Your CV must cover the last 10 years of employment history where possible and all employment breaks must be explained
- You must have legal right to work in the UK
- You must be willing to attend a registration interview
Veritas Education work with a variety of schools covering a wide geographical area. We deal with teaching placements at Primary, Secondary and college level as well as support staff positions also within these.
'Nothing within the above advert was in any way designed or intended to discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, colour, religion, disability or sexual orientation. Veritas Education is an Equal opportunities employer and is proud in the knowledge that all placements are made on merit and suitability. We accept applications from all sections of the community.'