Department: Education (19 – 25 years)
Location: The Sheiling Ringwood
Employment Type: Permanent
Hours & Working Patterns: 35 hours per week
Salary: £15,628 to £17,382 per annum (Dependent upon qualifications and experience)
Closing Date: 29 November 2018
Interview Date: 6/7 December 2018
Start Date: 7 January 2019
The Sheiling Ringwood is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS and Barred List check will be required. Staff are also prohibited from promoting extremist/radical religious or one-sided political views whilst working at The Sheiling Ringwood (TSR) and /or whilst participating in activities associated with their employment within TSR.
Are you looking to make a difference to the lives young people with severe, complex and moderate learning difficulties and disabilities? Would you like to be part of a community and build your career within a College that is passionate about every individual person as well as their families? Then you could be exactly the person we are looking for.
Due to new learner intake this new academic year Sheiling College is looking for a small number of enthusiastic and motivated Teaching Assistants and Bank Teaching Assistants to complement our College Education team.
We are an independent residential special school and college for students with Special Educational Needs (SEN) including severe and moderate learning difficulties, autism and complex needs. We provide education and care within a beautiful and spacious natural environment where all staff work together to make a real and positive difference in the lives of our students. Ideally you will have previous relevant work experience and/or qualifications, and demonstrable capacity to support learning activities and progress for our young people.
Working with our students aged 19-25 years who have varied learning needs and often quite complex support needs, you’ll be assisting our teachers and other colleagues to deliver learning programmes; both in the classroom and the community. Typically, your role will be to support the class teacher to deliver specific curriculum sessions, working on a 1-1 basis helping students in their small class group, attending to their learning and physical needs including therapy programmes
Applicants should be good communicators, empathetic, creative and passionate about education. You bring the motivation and we will provide a position which offers tremendous fulfilment, plus a fantastic range of training and support to develop your skills in this sector