Thinking about a career in teaching? Come and work at our school...
St Paul's are delighted to be able to offer a Learning Support Assistant role for the right candidate!
We have an excellent track record of supporting potential teachers to realise their career dreams and have supported a number of our previous LSAs to become teachers, through a variety of training paths.
This role could be ideal for you whether you have just finished A-levels or an equivalent course; have completed your first degree; or have already completed a teaching degree but would like to gain further classroom experience before taking on a class teacher role.
The full time salary as a Learning Support Assistant is £17,833 - £19,149 depending on experience (£12,015-£12,902 pro-rata salary based on 28.75 hours per week). The working hours are from 8.30am until 3.10pm, Monday to Friday term time only.
The successful candidate will:
- have the opportunity to work as part of a supportive, hardworking and friendly team.
- be supported in continual professional development through comprehensive training and coaching which will allow you to enhance and further develop your skills.
Successful applicants must be able to support the distinctive Christian ethos of the school but do not have to be a practising Christian.
If you would like to find out more about this role, please contact Ms Claire Blackmore, Inclusion Leader.
Our website will also give you more information about our school and please take the time to read our last Ofsted report (January 2017) where the school was judged to be good in all categories.
The closing date for this job is 9am on Monday 4th July 2022 and interviews will take place week commencing from Tuesday 5th July to Friday 8th July 2022.
All applications must be made using the online application form - we do not accept CVs as any part of the application process.
Please note that we will take up references before the interview. It is essential therefore, that all reference details supplied are correct, up to date and include a current email address.
The Good Shepherd Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We ensure that all our employment practices reflect this commitment.