SEN Support Worker in Leytonstone, E11. A fantastic part-time position available for an experienced SEN professional to support a bright, determined, and cheeky chap with an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). Up to £20.00 Gross per Hour
Nearest Tube/Station: Leytonstone
Wage/Salary: £18.00 Weekdays, £20.00 Weekends, Gross per Hour
Driver Essential? Not applicable
Essential: Childcare and behavioural experience, this role is open to *Female applicants only.
Desirable: ABI experience and implementing therapies
Start Date: ASAP
Days & Hours: 2 weekday shifts 3.30pm to 6.30pm (days to be mutually agreed, can offer a later start time) and alternate Saturdays 10.00am to 2.00pm
Family/Client Pets: Yes, cat
Recruiter: Jade email@example.com
About this client/child: Sabir is 7 years old, lives in Leytonstone with his Mummy and Daddy, and is a happy, engaging and energetic young chap. He loves playing with his toy cars, games of hide and seek, trips to his local park and playground and playing in his garden. Sabir sustained an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) and has epilepsy, mild cerebral palsy with left side hemiplegia, global development delay and autism spectrum condition. Sabir strives for his independence and works very hard on his rehabilitation. He attends a local mainstream school and is progressing well, we are keen to continue on this path therefore are recruiting a SEN Support Worker to provide 1:1 therapy support at home.
Overview of role: The SEN Support Worker will work collaboratively alongside Sabir’s therapy team, to implement his therapy programme in a fun, exciting, creative, and imaginative way. This role is focused on supporting Sabir with his rehabilitation, continuing to work on his targets and goals outside of his therapy sessions and with his social activities. The SEN Support Worker will be trained by Sabir’s treating therapists and given all the tools to implement his programme, his rehabilitation is based around play and having fun. A later start time can be offered for the weekday shifts if required, and the days can be flexible to work alongside your availability.
Who this job would suit: A creative, think-outside-the-box, positive and proactive SEN Support Worker. You will have a passion for play; this is the key aspect of this role. You will be a natural motivator and enthusiastic. This role is ideal for a student studying therapy or psychology, teaching or therapy assistant.
What’s great about this job: Each day you will be able to celebrate the little wins, progression and achievements with Sabir. You will receive excellent training, gain new skills and knowledge, work alongside experienced professionals and really make a difference to a young person’s life. Much more information is available from Jade at Snap Care.
Who is recruiting for this role? Our client is using our Shortlist Service. Snap Care will screen application to confirm the essential criteria for the position is met. Our client will then continue the recruitment process. By applying for this vacancy, you agree to us sending your CV and contact details to our client. Please see our website for more information.
Please note: *Where a specific gender is stated as essential, gender is considered to be a genuine occupational requirement in accordance to paragraph 1, of schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010 for female or male worker to work with our client