Learning Support Assistants Ref:3005921

Details
Now Education are working in partnership with a further education college on The Wirral who require a number of Learning Support Assistants to work on a 1:1 basis with pupils who have Special Educational Needs.

If you have worked with children or young people who have SEND such as Autism, Downs Syndrome, ADHD, Dyslexia, Anxiety, Physical Disabilities of Challenging Behaviour, then this role is ideal for you - Even if you haven't previously worked in an educational setting.

If you have worked as a support worker, youth worker, residential support worker or sports coach with young people or adults who have a range of SEND then it is likely that you have transferable skills that you could use within an education setting.

This is a great opportunity to make a real difference to the life of a young person and also begin a new career. The hours are flexible and can be arranged to suit you starting at 16 hours per week.

The role of learning support assistant is to start asap. You will need to have a DBS which is on the update service or be willing to pay for one, in order to be considered for this role.

The college has an excellent reputation with state of the art facilities and fantastic opportunities for both the young people and the staff that work there.

If you are interested in this excellent opportunity please get in touch asap with an up to date CV

Closing date
29/10/2021
How to apply
Please email a CV to Rebecca.Donnelly@noweducation.co.uk

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