Targeted Intervention Assistant, Birmingham

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Shenley Academy and Sixth Form CentreBirmingham

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Contract type: Full Time
Salary: Full time salary SCP 18 – 21 £18,070 - £20,138
Contract term: Fixed Term

Targeted Intervention Assistant  

Part time, 22.5 hours per week, term time only Fixed Term until April 2018 Full time salary SCP 18 – 21 £18,070 - £20,138 (pro rata salary £9,738- £11,134)  

To support students to achieve their potential by providing support to overcome barriers to learning across the curriculum.  You will be based in our Inclusion Team. You will mainly work with small groups of students who have social and emotional difficulties and /or learning needs. This will require supporting students with their skills development to enable them to achieve their potential.  You will work closely with the teaching and pastoral staff to develop and deliver support.    

Suitable for graduates with a good level of literacy, looking to gain experience in an education profession.   Experience of working with students with SEND would be beneficial.  

Shenley Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.  

This post is covered by Part 7 of the Immigration Act (2016) and therefore the ability to speak fluent and spoken English is an essential requirement for this role.

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More about Shenley Academy and Sixth Form Centre
Type: Mainstream School
Phase: Secondary with sixth form
Funding status: State - Academy
Gender: Mixed
Age Range: 11 - 18 years
Address: Shenley Lane, Birmingham, West Midlands, B29 4HE, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 121 464 5191
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