Teaching Assistant (Qualified)
Starting from £17,864 (Actual Salary for Term Time only, 43.6 Weeks)
A world which recognises, understands and values autistic people, and where they and their families receive the services and support they need throughout their lives.
To advocate, provide and develop high-quality services, information, and support, in partnership with others, for all those whose lives are affected by autism.
To recognise and respond to the needs of the individual, enabling autistic people to live their lives with dignity, choice and independence.
Our well trained and passionate staff offer a wide range of services to help individuals to live their lives the way they want.
Our Core Values
We put those we support at the heart of all we do. Our values are:
- Promoting independence
- Person-centred focus
- Efficient and effective
Do you want to make a real difference to the education and lives of young autistic people?
Come and work with us as a Teaching Assistant at our Specialist School in Nottingham City Centre.
These are term-time only positions working 37 hours a week; we offer comprehensive training, fully paid induction and on-going Continued Professional Development (CPD) opportunities.
Your role will be to support our teachers in providing and developing a high-quality education to address the individual needs of pupils. Good autism practice is essential to this role, along with a person-centered approach to learning. You will have the ability to be flexible and dynamic in your approaches. It is vital that you can maintain an environment where our pupils feel happy, safe and valued.
Closing Date: Rolling
Interviews to take place: Weekly
Please note this will be subject to receipt of satisfactory references and an Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service check - cost will be met by Autism East Midlands*
*Successful applicant will need to sign up to the annual DBS Update Service at a current cost of £13 per year
Autism East Midlands is an equal opportunities employer.
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of
children and young people.