Salary: GBP £22,062 - £26,277 per year (Scale 5, 32.5 hours per week, 40 weeks per year)
Contract type: Full Time
Contract term: Permanent
Start date: October 2020
Suitable for NQTs: No
A fantastic permanent opportunity has arisen for an experienced and passionate Learning Support Assistant to start in October 2020 at a friendly at a vibrant, centrally based London college. You will be working with young adults on mainstream or Entry Level programmes helping support students with SEND. These learners will have a range of special needs including ASD, MLD, SEMH, PMLD and physical disabilities, in addition to difficulties with English and maths. You will be reporting to the Director of Inclusion and Opportunity.
This is a busy and varied role, with no two days being the same. Many of our learners have come from local comprehensives and specials schools and will have external services supporting them or their families. You will have the opportunity to contribute to young people’s progress at all levels, including their social, emotional and language development.
About the Sixth Form
- Good access by bus, train and tube.
- Haringey Sixth Form always strives to improve outcomes for learners in a modern and positive environment
- Dedicated and caring workforce who are supported by a multi-disciplinary team on site
- An Outstanding SEN department
- Attractive, bright and spacious college building with a multi-sensory room and excellent sports, catering, dance and ICT facilities
What the Sixth Form are looking for
- A committed and passionate specialist LSA, who has experience of working with young people with Special Educational Needs on courses from Entry Level to Level Three.
- An individual who is looking to fully integrate themselves into the department and shares our commitment to raising standards and improving the life chances of vulnerable young people.
- An LSA with a good literacy and numeracy skills, with a proven record of working collaboratively with teaching staff and specialists to raise standards, particularly with SEN learners.
- An LSA who fully understands the importance of supporting learning and communication through differentiation and through using gesture, sign and modified language.
- Someone with a good sense of humour, who is a good team player
The college has four values which drive our behaviours:
- Aiming for Excellence in everything that we do
- Learning & Teaching is our number one priority
- Respect for each other and our college/environment
- Can do/Will do Attitude
Interview to take place on Friday 2nd October 2020
(no agencies please)
Please forward application to jobs@Haringey6.ac.uk