We are looking for a flexible role that can fit around your normal day? You could make a big difference to the children of Birmingham. We’re looking for caring, patient and reliable people to become Pupil Guides.
Available between 7-10 am and 2.30-5.30 pm, you’ll look after children with special educational needs while travelling to and from primary, secondary and special schools. The needs of the children cover a wide range of medical and behavioural conditions. You’ll act as a vital link to parents on their child's health, wellbeing, welfare and education.
You’ll initially cover sickness, leave of absence, extra district routes or guide a newly arranged route. So you may only be working a morning, a day or a few weeks at a time. Ideal if you need more of a work/life balance. Even better, you’ll usually be placed at a school in the area where you live.
Who we’re looking for Sensitive to the needs of our most vulnerable young people, you’ll ideally be a good communicator, used to working with young people with special needs. We’re committed to ensuring the best possible care, so we’ll help you settle in with full training before you start.
Candidates will be required to attend a face to face interview to register; we will need to gain two references either academic or professional and hold an enhanced Criminal Records Bureau disclosure (or be prepared to allow us to process one for you).
If you register with ABC Teachers, we are so confident about getting you work; we will run you a brand new DBS disclosure and will FULLY REFUND YOU ONCE YOU WORK FOR ONE DAY THROUGH OURSELVES.
For more information regarding this position or to register with us for opportunities like these please contact Mitchell Joss today on 01543 410500 or email your CV to email@example.com
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AB ABC Teachers are an REC Gold Standard Awarded Education Agency, part of TES. Candidates pay rates are competitive and in line with the AWR policy which means that after a qualifying period supply staff can be paid to the comparable scale offered by the school.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff to share this commitment. All staff will hold an enhanced DBS disclosure (or be prepared to allow us to process one for you), need to provide professional or academic references and attend a face to face interview. A prohibition from teaching check will be completed for all applicants. Telephone calls to and/or from ABC Teachers may be recorded for training, safeguarding and compliance purposes.