Required to start in November 2020 (an earlier start date may be available for the right candidate)
Contracted hours 27.5 (5days) per week, term time only (5.5 Hours per day, 08:50 – 15:00)
Pay Grade F - £10.54 – £11.19 per hour dependent on experience.
Approximate annual salary £12,617.28
We are seeking to recruit a Teaching Assistant to work with students with special educational needs.
- Have a good, general education (GCSE English and Maths grade C or above)
- Have previous experience of working with children with SEND and complex needs.
- Have a willingness to undertake training in medical procedures
- Be enthusiastic, organised and flexible
Previous experience as a Teaching Assistant for pupils with ASD, MLD and SLD is desirable but the successful candidate will be working within a skilled and supportive team. They will be expected to provide support to individual students, small groups or work in whole class settings across the curriculum. They will receive excellent support from a hardworking and dedicated team.
Rowdeford is a beautiful school in the Devizes area of central Wiltshire with excellent transport links to local towns, which enables our staff and students to take full advantage of the wealth of opportunities that these links provide. The school grounds also give plenty of opportunity to develop outdoor skills and learning.
Rowdeford School is committed to all aspects of personal development, it is inclusive and seeks to ensure every individual achieves. If you want to work with us then we look forward to hearing from you. The Person specification and Job description provides more information about the role.
Please note we cannot accept CVs and our standard application form must be completed.
This appointment is subject to enhanced DBS, medical and reference checks. Rowdeford School is committed to Equal Opportunities and to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its pupils.
Please also see our school website for more information on Rowdeford School.
Completed applications should be returned by 12 noon on 20 July 2020.
Rowdeford School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.