Autism Practitioner

Teaching Assistant/Learning Support Assistant - Ealing, North West London

Ref: 2263Wednesday 31 January 2024

£85 - £90 per day PAYE

Job Title: Autism Practitioner

Location: Ealing

Setting : ASD School, Primary and Secondary

Salary: £85 - £90 per day - PAYE

Job Type: Full-time, Temporary - Permanent

This ASD School is a well-established school with an outstanding Ofsted rating. The school has amazing facilities and has a fantastic staffing structure with clear career progression and ongoing training provided to all staff. We believe that every individual deserves equal opportunities and access to high-quality education. As a result, we are seeking passionate Autisim Practitioner to support our students across the primary and secondary sites.

Responsibilities:

• Work with teachers to plan and implement classroom activities that promote academic, social and emotional development.

• Support students on a one-to-one basis or in small groups to encourage their learning and development.

• Promote positive behaviour and attitudes towards learning and help to maintain a safe and secure learning environment.

• Communicate with parents, teachers and other staff members to ensure that students receive the support they need.

Requirements:

• You should be passionate about supporting children with autism and have experience of working with them in a school environment - although personal experience is also just as important

• You should have a relevant qualification or experience (NVQ level 2 or 3 in Childcare or equivalent), and hold an enhanced DBS check.

• You should be able to demonstrate excellent communication, organisation and interpersonal skills.

• You should be caring, patient and be able to adapt to the needs of the students.

What we offer:

• Access to ongoing training and professional development opportunities.

• Opportunity to work in a supportive, inclusive and dynamic environment.

• Access to amazing facilities and resources to support student learning and development.

If you are passionate about supporting children with autism and have the relevant experience and qualifications, then we would love to hear from you. Please submit your CV and a brief cover letter explaining why you would be the ideal candidate for this role.

 

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