SEMH Learning Support Assistant

Posted 26 June 2024
Salary £99 - £114 per day
Job type Long Term Temporary
Discipline S.E.N.D
Contact NameAlexandra Johnston

Job description

Job Title: SEMH Learning Support Assistant

Location: Northumberland

Contract Type: Long Term

Leader Education are recruiting a Learning Support Assistant to work within a Northumberland based secondary school, working with children who have Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) needs.

The ideal Learning Support Assistant will have experience working with SEMH children or vulnerable adults.

This school aims to provide the highest quality education to its cohort of 100 learners, with core values of respect, integrity, compassion, honesty, and trust underpinning the way in which they deliver their curriculum and care for their students.

The normal working pattern is Monday-Friday 8:30am until 16:30pm and is a long-term position. Leader Education are dedicated to ensuring that we find adaptable roles and schedules that work effectively for you.

The successful Learning Support Assistant will:

  • Have prior experience working with vulnerable people with health care plans.
  • Have a knowledge of SEMH children and behaviours they may display.
  • Be confident in working alongside students, assisting them with their learning and general classroom activities.
  • Possess communication skills that can be personalised to suit students both in a group and a 1:1 setting.
  • Enforce positive behaviour and encourage pupils' confidence.

Leader Education can offer:

  • Competitive pay rates.
  • Refer a friend or colleague bonus scheme: £100 per referral (terms apply).
  • A dedicated consultant to answer any queries and for ongoing support.
  • Potential permanent contract after a qualifying period.

Interested candidates are invited to submit a comprehensive CV outlining their teaching experience and qualifications which are relevant to this role. Please email your CV or call us on 0333 577 5034.

Leader Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, all applicants must go through a thorough vetting procedure, including enhanced DBS and reference checks.