Unqual: G02 – Term Time Only – 25 hours per week: £10,631 - £10,844
30 hours per week: £12,757 - £13,012
Qual: G04 – Term Time Only – 25 hours per week: £11,281 - £11,507
30 hours per week: £13,538 - £13,808
Commencement Date: 7th December 2020 (or earlier if possible)
Hours: 25-30 hours per week
About The Role
The Governors wish to appoint two vibrant and energetic Teaching Assistants, who have the experience of working with children on learning and communication difficulties as well as youngsters who are finding it difficult to cope with the everyday rigours of school life. Experience of working with children who have socio-emotional difficulties would be an advantage.
Initially the positions would be fixed term, until the end of the current academic year, due to budgetary reasons. They will be reviewed in the summer term of 2021.
We will provide:
Highly motivated and engaged pupils who display good behaviour for learning
Excellent care and support for staff
Comprehensive induction and on-going opportunities for Professional Development
Qualifications desirable include NNEB, NVQ3 or City & Guilds 73202 or 7327 however candidates with other relevant experience of working with children are welcome to apply.
A willingness to provide emergency first aid cover would be beneficial for which training would be provided.
The normal place of work would be Christ Church Academy. This Academy is part of ‘The Key Educational Trust’ and the Trust reserves the right to deploy the successful candidate to work at any other Academy within the Trust.
Visits to the Academy are warmly welcomed. To arrange a visit please contact Miss W Fenton, PA to the Principal on 01785 337754.
Completed applications can be emailed to Miss Fenton via email@example.com or posted to the Academy marked for Miss Fenton’s attention.
Candidates who are shortlisted will be contacted by telephone or email.
Closing Date: Tuesday 3rd November 2020 (midday)
Interview Date: Friday 6th November 2020
This Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people/vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
This position is subject to a “disclosure” check under the “Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974”. Further details regarding this check and Staffordshire County Council’s employment policy will be found within the application pack.
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