Salary: NJC Grade 3, Scale point 04 – 06 from £18,933 per annum pro rata
(Actual starting salary £14,688 per annum)
Full-time: 33 hours 10 minutes per week, term time only plus inset days
Monday to Thursday 8.45 am to 4 pm & Friday 8.45 am to 3.45 pm (with a daily 40 minute unpaid break) plus 30 minutes per week for team meetings
Closing Date: 1st October 2021
Interview Date: 13th October 2021
Start Date: TBC
Status: Full-time but Part-time would be considered, please state which hours you would require if applying.
Applications are invited for the position of Teaching Assistant. We require additional Teaching Assistants to work term time plus INSET days.
St Rose's provision is from 2 to 25 years; a nursery, a non-maintained special school for students from 5 to 19 and St Martin’s an independent specialist college for students from 19 to 25. Our students have physical and sensory disabilities, learning and communication difficulties and complex health needs. We are looking for committed Teaching Assistants to work with our students to give them the individual attention they need to help them achieve their potential and to assist them with their personal care needs.
Experience with children/young people with ASD would be an advantage.
St Rose’s is an inspiring, stimulating and rewarding place to work, where new challenges abound. We have a strong commitment to support staff in continuing their professional development, and we offer many ways to achieve this. Our staff enjoy a strong sense of community and professional support, as well as a lively and cheerful environment to work in. In addition there are many other benefits for staff, including a central Stroud location with easy access to buses and trains; on-site parking, attractive grounds, low-cost lunches and subsidised nursery places.
Candidates will require an enhanced DBS check and two satisfactory references prior to taking up the post. Applications should be made by application form only. CV’s will not be accepted.
All applicants must be double vaccinated or have a valid exemption.
St Rose's 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.