We are seeking to employ a TA with responsibility for Work Experience and Careers Co-ordination. The role is a full time position and is split; 28.5 hours a week as a Teaching Assistant, and 4 hours a week co-ordinating work experience and careers related administration.
Farney Close is a mixed independent residential school for children aged 11-18 who are experiencing Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties. The school also supports pupils who experience Asperger or Tourette’s Syndrome, Moderate Learning Difficulties, Dyslexia or Moderate Speech and Language Difficulties. The school is an established and very successful school, and was judged “Outstanding” by Ofsted in the last educational inspection.
This role requires you to support the specialist teaching team, and be working closely with the students in the classroom. The careers and work experience duties, require you to be able to work independently and manage the responsibilities autonomously. It is essential that you are a self-motivated and energetic.
Having prior experience of working with SEMH pupils is advantageous.
The school is dedicated to offering a comprehensive induction program and continued professional development for staff.
This would be for a permanent position from 1st September 2018, we are looking for someone who is happy to become an integral and positive member of the school.
We have a highly skilled specialist team in place to support teachers in providing a multidisciplinary approach to education.
The staff group is motivated and dedicated to support the students and one another. Our facilities are excellent and classes are a maximum of 8.
A full job description for both aspects of the role is available.
The salary is banded between £15941.38 and £16172.28 depending on qualifications and experience. Our school is committed to equality and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. The post is subject to an enhanced DBS check under the
Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and good working references.
For an informal discussion or to arrange a visit please contact us on 01444 881811.