Title: Temporary Teaching Assistant
Location: Warrington, WA4
Nearest Station: Warrington Bank Quay
Wage: £15.00 + gross per hour (negotiable depending on experience)
Driver Essential? No
Essential: Solid autism experience and good behaviour management
Desirable: Ideally a Teacher/Teaching Assistant background
Start Date: ASAP
End Date: 8th March (or longer if lockdown continues)
Days & Hours: Monday to Friday 9.00 am to 4.00pm
Family/Client Pets: 2 cats
About this client/child:
George aged 11, is a bright and articulate boy who loves drama, music, Japanese animations Manga and Anime. George is autistic which can impact his social skills and behaviour, but this is usually very well managed under a programme of interventions and support. He attends a mainstream school and is top of his class academically.
Overview of role:
We are looking for a Teaching Assistant to support George with his home-schooling during lockdown. The school George attends have provided lots of online resources so your role will be to help him access this material and keep him engaged and focused throughout the day. The family are ideally looking for someone Monday to Friday, 9.00am to 4.00pm, although for the right candidate they can be flexible regarding hours and days.
Who this job would suit:
You will need a solid autism experience and be confident in behaviour management. Personality wise someone who is sparky, energetic, patient and personable would fit in well. A driver with their own car would be nice but is not essential.
What’s great about this job:
This is a great opportunity to support George and his family during lockdown. For the right candidate there is also the potential to continue working with George at school when he returns.
Who is recruiting for this vacancy?
Snap will be carrying out all recruitment for this family, including shortlisting and interviewing.
Rachael is recruiting for this role
or 020 7729 2200
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