Due to the expansion of our highly successful schools, we are looking for ABA Tutors to work with our amazing pupils and join our progressive charity organisation. We work with children and young adults with complex autism and communication difficulties. If you would like to have an immensely rewarding role, at the forefront of learning and are a dedicated, enthusiastic and motivated individual who is committed to our values then we have the job for you!
Salary: £16,000 during probation (4-6 months), rising to £17,000 once confirmed in post, £18,000 after twelve months service, increasing to £20,000 depending on performance
Location: Wandsworth, London
Hours: 37.5 per week
Type: Permanent, full time
Closing date: Friday 29th November 2019
We also warmly welcome applications from experienced ABA Tutors who have completed training, with a starting salary scale between £17,000 to £20,000 depending on previous experience.
About our charity, BeyondAutism
BeyondAutism is a charity dedicated to empowering people with autism to lead fuller lives through positive educational experiences, training for the people who work with them and support for their families and carers. We run two Independent Special Schools for children aged 4-13 and 14-19, a Post-19 service, Outreach and Training and an Early Years’ service.
• Dedicated to delivering excellence
• Committed to Applied Behaviour Analysis
• Proud to challenge
Our vision is to empower young people with autism to lead fuller lives; to offer them a life enhancing education that enables them to reach their full potential at school, at home and in their communities.
Park House School achieved Outstanding in December 2018. Tram House School achieved Outstanding in it’s first inspection in July 2018 and is now expanding it’s Sixth Form in partnership with South Thames College.
As a member of a class team of ABA Tutors, an ABA Instructor and an ABA Supervisor, you will provide excellent Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA)/Verbal Behaviour (VB) teaching to children and young adults with autism and associated learning difficulties. You will be based in a class of approximately eight pupils, working with pupils both individually and in small groups. You will be responsible for teaching individual pupils a personalised curriculum, using teaching techniques based on the principles of ABA/VB. You will need to be creative, energetic and committed to engaging a pupil whilst monitoring their progress. You will support the class team in ensuring the daily needs of our pupils are met in a professional, competent, safe and fun school environment.
What we offer
• An excellent in-house professional training programme enabling you to develop within the field of special needs and education.
• A range of fantastic staff benefits, including a pension scheme, season ticket and bicycle loan and access to onsite counsellors an employee assistance programme and an online perk scheme.
• Ongoing support from a dedicated team who share in the vision and values of the organisation and work together every day to empower our pupils and transform their lives.
• Clear career pathways with opportunities for professional development, including funding for training for Masters level qualifications, trainee teacher positions and trainee therapists.
Who we are looking for
• We’re looking for passionate and driven individuals who share our mission of empowering people with autism to lead fuller lives.
• You will be a strong team player with great communication skills, have the ability to work under pressure, and above all be passionate and committed to the development of our pupils.
• You will need to be willing to learn and work as part of a multi-disciplinary team, with Board Certified Behaviour Analysts (BCBA) Supervisors, Instructors, Therapists and Teachers.
You will need
• An interest in working with children with special needs including autism.
• To be educated to A Level or recognised childcare qualification.
• Emotional and physical resilience.
• Experience of working with children and/or adults with special needs (desirable).
• To be able to work effectively in a team.
BeyondAutism is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. An enhanced disclosure will be conducted for the successful applicant.
Beyond Autism 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.