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  • 19/08/19
  • SEND Learning Support Assistant
  • Wythenshawe, Greater Manchester

Do you have experience working with SEND and require personal care?

SEN Recruitment are looking to recruit passionate and enthusiastic people who care about helping pupils with complex needs. We are looking for high-quality support assistants who have experience with supporting children with SEND needs such as; ASD, PMLD, MLD and DNS. Candidates will be supporting closely on a 1-to-1 basis making sure pupils can access and engage in activities.

Some of the pupil’s candidates will be working with will need personal care and help with daily activities. It is key that successful candidates can build relationships with pupils to build a bond of trust due to the nature of pupils candidates must be passionate about helping and providing support to help pupils develop and grow in a safe and warm environment. Being able to support and communicate with non-verbal pupils will be important.

Ideal candidates will:

  • Have a DBS on the online update service
  • Have experience working with SEND children, young people or adults
  • Be a passionate and dedicated individual who is reliable and committed
  • Hold Moving and Handling training or a relevant qualification
  • Be comfortable providing personal care where required

For more information about this role or others please feel free to get in touch by calling 01925 906500 or email your CV to info@senrecruitment.co.uk

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  • Specialist SLA Cheadle
  • Stockport, Greater Manchester

Are you looking for an exciting and rewarding role?

SEN Recruitment are looking for a high-quality specialist SLA to support SEND children who have specific and complex needs.  Candidates must have experience supporting and looking after SEND children on a 1-to-1 basis. The school is a specialist SEND and a lot of the needs are related to ASD, PLMD and physical disabilities. A teaching assistant or support worker experienced with moving and handling training would be ideal for this school as some of the pupils may require support with wheelchairs, standing frames and any other resources relevant to moving and handling.

The ideal candidates will be able to provide personal care for pupils as some may require support with day to day needs as well as educational support. Being able to work with non-verbal pupils who struggle to communicate is a key skill, therefore, it is important that candidates can build good relationships with pupils to help them develop and grow.

Ideal candidates will:

  • Have a DBS on the online update service
  • Be available immediately
  • Have experience working with SEND children, young people or adults
  • Be a passionate and dedicated individual who is reliable and committed
  • Hold Moving and Handling training or an equivalent
  • Be comfortable providing personal care where required

For more information about this role or others please feel free to get in touch by calling 01925 906500 or email your CV to info@senrecruitment.co.uk

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  • SEND and Complex Needs Teaching Assistant, Handforth
  • Handforth, Cheshire

Handforth Based Teaching Assistants

Do you have experience working with children who have complex needs and are looking for a new opportunity in the upcoming academic year?

SEN Recruitment are looking for specialist SEND TA’s to work in schools in and around the Handforth area. We are looking for passionate people who have experience supporting SEND children on a 1-to-1 base.

Ideally, candidates will have supported children with ASD, PLMD, MLD and children who can display challenging behaviour. Therefore it is important that candidates can build relationships with pupils in order to support them as well as being able to engage and motivate pupils to push and challenge themselves. Candidates must feel confident in supporting children 1-to-1 and giving instructions and support to pupils and have the ability to think of creative ways to encourage pupils learning.

The ideal candidates will:

  • Have a DBS on the online update service or be willing to apply for one.
  • Be experienced with pupils that have complex needs.
  • Provide consistency and care for pupils.
  • Engage, motivate and encourage pupils to challenge themselves.
  • Have a minimum of 2 relevant references to cover the last 2 years of employment history.

For more information or information about other local roles in the area, then email your CV to info@senrecruitment.co.uk or call 01925 906500.

 

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  • 09/08/19
  • Bolton Based Teaching Assistants
  • Bolton, Greater Manchester

Bolton Based Teaching Assistants

Are you a Bolton based Teaching Assistant looking for a new opportunity next academic year?

Teaching Assistants based in Bolton who can travel to Bury, North Manchester, Wigan and Bolton are needed for long/short term and temporary roles in September.

Candidates must have a Level 2 or 3 Teaching Assistant Qualification to be considered for this kind of work and have experience working with a range of SEND.

The Bolton area is going to be growing over the next academic year in terms of work opportunities, so we are keen to build a solid pool of candidates who in the meantime, whilst the area is developing, are able to get out to other more active employment areas to build on their experience with Children and Young People who have SEND.

Your experience will determine the kind of roles allocated as well as compliance status and availability.

We require strong, compassionate and committed candidates to work in our partner schools.

Experience working with various SEND, additional qualifications and training or development that is relevant is an additional benefit!

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Young Adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • 06/08/19
  • 10hrs/Week Specialist SEMH Tutor for Salford – September 2019
  • Salford, Greater Manchester

10hrs/Week Specialist SEMH Tutor for Salford – September 2019

Specialist Primary Tutor – ASD, SEMH Experience required for KS2 student from September based in Salford. Have you recently graduated and are looking for some experience teaching? Are you an experienced teacher looking for a better work life balance? Are you an experienced Tutor with a fantastic portfolio of successful transition and mentoring?

Here at SEN Recruitment we are looking for a specialist tutor to support a 9-year-old pupil with Social, Emotional, Mental Health Needs and ASD from September 2019. If you have experience teaching children or young people with similar needs, then this could be an ideal position for you.

Given the flexible nature of this role, chosen candidates will be given more freedom than in a classroom environment which allows for a more bespoke curriculum centred around the child and their interests.

This child has a particular interest in Photography, Maths and Topic based projects so any additional experience or knowledge relating to these subjects is a bonus!

Working hours are also flexible providing the contracted 10 hours is completed each week, this can be spread over 2-5 days however you see fit in line with the child’s capabilities.

This role is ideal for empathetic yet resilient professionals, who aim to develop their experience with SEND children and make a difference to their lives.

The successful applicant will also benefit from the support of a committed SEND team of tutors to brainstorm and share ideas as well as access to online teaching resources.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools then please contact a member of our specialist SEND team on 01925 906 500 or send in your CV!

 

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  • Full Time – Food Technology Teacher – SEND School – Oldham
  • Oldham, Greater Manchester

Full Time – Food Technology Teacher – SEND School – Oldham

Food Technology Teacher required for SEND School in Oldham from September 2019.  SEN Recruitment are working with a partner school in Oldham who are looking for a DT Food Technology Teacher in September 2019. The school is a specialist provision for children and young people with ASD, Complex Needs and Medical Needs and requires a teacher with specialist experience of delivering food technology / cooking to these types of student.  Initially this role will be full time from September until Christmas 2019 however may extend subject to the return of the current staff member from Maternity Leave.

The school is looking for someone with previous experience of planning, preparing and delivering lessons, monitoring pupils and assessing, recording and reporting on pupils’ achievement, progress and development. Knowledge of the subject and interest in developing a more specific subject understanding and commitment and motivation to inspire pupils’ learning is also essential.

The school provides care and support for children with PMLD, ASD and Complex Medical Needs so any additional training relating to this is also beneficial.

If you are able to commit to a challenging, rewarding and caring role and are interested in working with children and young people with complex SEND then please get in touch asap!

Ideal Candidates Will:

  • Have a DBS on the online update service or be willing to apply for one
  • Hold a relevant qualification relating to teaching and have QTS or QTLS
  • Have experience teaching Food Technology, Catering or Cookery to GCSE
  • Have experience working with PMLD, SLD, ASD, CLD or SEMH
  • Be comfortable providing personal care if required
  • Be resilient, dedicated and passionate about working with SEND
  • Have a minimum of 2 references to cover the last 2 years employment history

To register your interest for these roles please email your CV or call 01925 906 500.

https://www.indeed.co.uk/jobs?q=Food+Technology+Teaching&fromage=last&jt=temporary&l=Oldham&radius=5

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  • 02/08/19
  • Teaching Assistant SEND Higher Whitley
  • Higher Whitley, Cheshire

SEND Teaching Assistant required for a school in the Higher Whitley area 

As a Teaching Assistant, you will be providing all-round care for students. The students have a range of needs including SLD, PMLD, MLD, ASC, Complex and Medical needs. Due to their needs challenging behaviours may occur therefore an understanding of positive behaviour strategies are looked upon favourably but not essential.

Successful candidates will be able to work with small groups of children working together with reading and writing as well as 1-to-1 with pupils helping them engage with classroom activities. Therefore, it is important for strong candidates to be adaptable in the way they support students. The prime aim is to guide and encourage students to explore new opportunities building confidence, self-esteem and independence.

Please note, all applicants:

  • Must have a DBS on the online update service or be willing to apply for a new one.
  • Be able to provide 2 references covering the last 2 years of employment
  • Be passionate about SEND and supporting children.

 

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call on of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • Teaching Assistant – ADHD/SEMH
  • Wilmslow, Cheshire

Teaching Assistant – ADHD/SEMH 

SEN Recruitment are currently looking to support a student in a High School in the Wilmslow area who has ADHD and some social, emotional, mental health difficulties. The student finds it hard to engage and really needs the right support to help him get back on task to access and engage in classroom activities.

It is important for successful candidates to be confident with some challenging behaviour and therefore must be adaptable to support the child in the best possible ways. Having a good rapport and being able to build good relationships will be key to being successful. Ideal candidates will be able to work as a team to share information and work alongside teachers to adapt work to the levels

The successful candidate must:

  • Have a relevant qualification in childhood studies.
  • Have experience working with children with ADHD/SEMH
  • Be passionate and confident in supporting children who sometimes display challenging behaviour.
  • Have a clear full enhanced DBS on the update service or be willing to apply for a new one.
  • Take part in a face to face interview
  • Have 2 relevant references covering the last 2 years of your employment

For more information or for any other roles in your area please send an up to date CV to info@senrecruitment.co.uk or call to speak with one of our specialist consultants on 01925 906500

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  • 01/08/19
  • ASD Specialist Teaching Assistant
  • Cuddington, Cheshire

Do you have experience supporting children or young people with ASD?

SEN Recruitment are currently looking for an ASD specialist teaching assistant to work with a school in the Northwich area. We at SEN are passionate about all things SEND and we currently support schools with SEND and SEMH needs. Ideal candidates for this role will have a history of working with young children with ASD either in an education background or whether it is in camps, mainstream schools and provisions.

It is important that the right candidate is able to work 1;1 but can be adaptable so that they can offer the best support for the child. Having a good understanding of the national curriculum is important because the role will involve adapting work to a level where the child can access and engage with and slowly build their confidence up. Candidates will be tracking and assisting in the reviewing of progression throughout the time they will be working.

To register with us candidates must:

  • Have a DBS on the update service or be willing to apply for one.
  • Be patient and understanding
  • Have experience working with children or young people with ASD
  • Have 2 relevant references for the last 2 years of employment
  • Be passionate and motivated to help pupils.

To register your interest with SEN Recruitment you can email your CV to info@ senrecruitment.co.uk or call us on 01925 906500 to talk with one of our specialist consultants.

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  • 31/07/19
  • SEMH Teaching Assistants – September 2019
  • North Manchester, England

SEMH Teaching Assistants – September 2019

SEN Recruitment are currently on the look out for SEMH Teaching Assistants with resilience, dedication and passion for working with children and young people with SEMH.

SEN Recruitment are driven to provide the highest quality support for children from vulnerable, challenging and traumatic backgrounds as a specialist company within the SEND sector. Teaching Assistants or Support workers with this experience are vital to providing children with consistency of care in education. Following on from this, children with these needs and difficulties don’t have the positive role models in their personal lives so expect to be let down through people who aren’t resilient enough to support them on a long term basis. This is where we come in and can provide long term, short term and permanent solutions to schools and provisions for children with SEND or complex needs.

Interested?

Candidates considered for this work MUST:

  • Have a relevant qualification
  • Have experience through paid employment or placements
  • Possess a DBS on the update service or be willing to apply for one
  • Be outstanding with their attendance
  • Have experience working with SEMH, SEBD or attachment and trauma disorders

If you meet the above criteria then please get in touch ASAP.

We offer competitive rates of pay and have a 24/7 on call service to support emergencies.

If you are a Teaching Assistant considering a new experience, role or are looking for a job in September, then please get in touch with us by sending us your CV or calling 01925 906 500.

https://www.indeed.co.uk/jobs?q=SEN+Recruitment&l=Manchester&rbc=SEN+Recruitment&jcid=ed4f5a2c8d884408

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  • SEMH Sports Teaching Assistant
  • Warrington

Are you looking for a gratifying position helping young children with SEND?

SEN Recruitment are looking to appoint a sports centred teaching assistant. The school is located in the Warrington area and is looking for a candidate to support children with SEMH, complex needs. They are looking for a teaching assistant who has the ability to support in the classroom as well as outside when pupils are doing physical education.

It is important that the right candidate has the ability to bring out the best of pupils in the classroom and build their confidence outside where some of the pupils with SEMH are struggling to engage in activities.  The successful candidate will be working 1-to-1 with pupils and sometimes with small groups, therefore, being adaptable is a key skill. Being able to build relationships and understanding how to approach situations to best support pupils.

To register your interest with SEN Recruitment candidates must:

    • Have a DBS on the online update service or be willing to apply for one.
    • Have experience working and supporting children with SEND
    • Some relevant qualifications that relate to supporting teaching and learning with children and young pupils.
    • Provide 2 references that cover the last 2 years of employment history.
    • Have an outstanding attendance record and be fully committed to providing support to SEND pupils and schools
    • Be passionate nurturing and dedicated

To register your interest with us please feel free to call us on 01925 906 500 another way is, you can email your CV to us at info@ senrecruitment.co.uk and a member of our specialist team will be in contact with you.

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  • SEND Teachers
  • Knutsford

SEND Teachers- Cheshire- SEN Recruitment 

SEN Recruitment are looking to appoint teachers to work in the Cheshire area starting from September 2019. SEN Recruitment are working with several specialists schools and mainstream provisions. They require SEND Teachers who have specialised in SEND or experienced in working with a range of needs including ASD, PLMD, MLD, SLD and complex needs.

The roles are over a longer-term and often candidates will go from temp-to-perm for the right candidate. This is a great opportunity to work with a range of schools and provisions who specialise in SEND. If you have mainstream experience and are wanting to transition into SEND teaching this is a chance to get a further in-depth understanding of SEND in schools.

To register with SEN Recruitment you must:

  • Have a full enhanced DBS on the online update service or be willing to apply for one.
  • Have QTS or QTLS
  • Hold a relevant teaching degree or qualification
  • Provide at least 2 referenced to cover the last 2 years of employment
  • Be a passionate individual who can take on the responsibilities of a class teacher
  • Be dedicated, reliable and take part in the wider community and ethos of the school

To register your interest with SEN Recruitment you can email your CV to info@ senrecruitment.co.uk or call us on 01925 906500 to talk with one of our specialist consultants.

 

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  • Care Workers for Residential Home in Northwich – Summer 2019
  • Northwich, Cheshire

Care Workers for Residential Home in Northwich – Summer 2019

Care Workers for Residential Home in Northwich – Summer 2019. SEN Recruitment are working closely with a Residential Care Home in Northwich. The home is needing bank staff for the Summer Holiday period.

The needs of the service users in this role tend to be, Complex ASD with Challenging Behaviours. Therefore people interested in working in this role must be: resilient, dedicated and committed to working with young people and adults with Severe SEND.

If you are a dedicated person and have experience or a passion for supporting people and adults with Complex ASD, then we are keen to speak to you regarding Bank Staff work. The shifts for this work get allocated on a 2-week rota basis and there is always a mix of early, late, night and double shifts to choose from.

Ideal Teaching Candidates Must:

  • Have experience working with Children, Young People or Adults with Complex ASD and Challenging Behaviour
  • Be passionate and dedicated to supporting people in Care with SEND
  • Hold a relevant qualification: NVQ, CACHE, Degree or other
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 2 references to cover the last 2 years employment
  • Have a DBS on the online update service or be willing to apply for one
  • Be able to work as part of a caring and nurturing team
  • Be a pro-active candidate with the initiative to get stuck in and involved with the team

If you meet the above criteria and are interested in registering with SEN Recruitment, then please email your CV or call 01925 906 500.

https://www.indeed.co.uk/jobs?q=SEN%20Recruitment&l=northwich&rbc=SEN%20Recruitment&jcid=ed4f5a2c8d884408&vjk=409fb31a45f644d0

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  • Teaching Assistant
  • Stretton, Warrington

Do you have experience working with children and young people with SEND needs?

Are you looking for a rewarding and satisfying role helping others?

SEN Recruitment are currently working with schools in the Warrington area who are looking for a specialist teaching assistant who has worked with young people and children with SEND. The successful candidate will be able to support children with SEND needs such as ASD and SEMH.

We are a specialist SEND company who support SEND needs within SEN schools and mainstream provisions to assist in providing consistency of care in education therefore, it is important that candidates share our passion for supporting SEND.

It is important that candidates:

  • Have a DBS that is on the online update service or be willing to apply for a new one
  • Have proven experience working with ASD, SEMH, MLD or CLD
  • Be a role model for young people and children
  • Be resilient, dedicated and passionate about working with SEND
  • Have at least 2 references to cover the last 2 years of employment.

To register your interest please feel free to either email your CV to info@senrecruitment.co.uk or call 09125 906500.

 

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  • 30/07/19
  • Secondary Teaching Assistants (ASD Experienced)
  • Helsby, Cheshire

Have you got experience working with children and young people with ASD?

Or have you undergone studies into ASD?

SEN Recruitment are looking for Teaching Assistants who can work in a secondary school setting and have experience working with children with ASD. We are currently supporting schools across the Cheshire region and more closely near the Helsby area.

We are a specialist SEND company who support local authorities and schools with SEND, making sure pupils have the consistency of care in education for children with SEND. making sure children are able to access, engage and grow through education to give them the best possible start to life after education.  As a result, it is important for candidates to be passionate, consistent and caring to support the children.

Candidates that would like to register with us you must:

  • Have a DBS on the online update service or be willing to apply for one.
  • Have experience working and supporting children with SEND
  • Some relevant qualifications that relate to supporting teaching and learning with children and young pupils.
  • Provide 2 references that cover the last 2 years of employment history.
  • Have an outstanding attendance record and be fully committed to providing support to SEND pupils and schools
  • Be passionate nurturing and dedicated

To register your interest with us please feel free to call us on 01925 906 500 another way is, you can email your CV to us at info@ senrecruitment.co.uk and a member of our specialist team will be in contact with you.

 

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  • SEMH Teaching Assistant- SEN Recruitment
  • Middlewich, Cheshire

Do you have experience working with young people with SEMH or SEND?

SEN Recruitment requires SEMH and SEND specialists to support schools around the Middlewich area with their SEMH and SEND needs. We are looking for candidates who are passionate and motivated to support children and young people with SEND and have worked/studied SEMH.

We are a specialist SEND company that support children and young people with additional needs, we work closely with local schools to provide consistency of care in education for children to enable them to access progress and grow during their time in education.

If you have experience working with pupils with young people or children in either, schools, camps, provisions, clubs or other environments where children and young people with SEMH or SEND require support, we are interested in speak with you!

To register with SEN Recruitment, you must:

  • Have a DBS on the online update service or be willing to apply for one.
  • Have relevant qualifications/experience that relates to supporting teaching and learning with children and young people with SEND
  • Set high expectations for yourself and the children you work with
  • Be committed and passionate to support SEND
  • Provide 2 references that cover the last 2 years of employment history.

To register your interest with us please feel free to email your CV to us at info@senrecruitment.co.uk or give us a call on 01925 906 50 and a member of our specialist team will be in contact with you.

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  • 29/07/19
  • Specialist SEND Tutoring (KS3/KS4)
  • Wigan

Are a fresh off the block graduate with an ambition to teach those disengaged from their education?

Perhaps you’re an experienced teacher, looking to focus your experience on those who need it the most?

Here at SEN Recruitment we are looking for specialist SEND tutors pursuing a career educating and supporting children with Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties.

Given the flexible nature of this role, the chosen candidates will be given more independence than in a classroom environment, allowing more room for a bespoke curriculum centered around the child and their interests. Hours are also in your hands, with the freedom to spread the tuition across the week however you see suitable.

This role is ideal for empathetic yet resilient professionals, who aim to develop their experience with SEND children and make a difference to their lives.

The successful applicant will also benefit from the support of a committed SEND team of tutors to brainstorm and share ideas, as well as a subscription to Twinkl teaching resources.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact a member of our specialist SEND team at 01925 906 500 or send in a CV.

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  • Teaching Assistants with SEND Experience
  • Alderley edge

SEN Recruitment – Teaching Assistants with SEND Experience- Alderley Hedge

Primary teaching assistants with SEND experience required for long term, short term and ad-hoc work in September 2019.

SEN Recruitment are currently looking for candidates with an interest and passion for working with young people with SEND. We are a specialist SEND company that support children and young people with additional needs, we work closely with local schools that need consistency of care in education for these children to enable them to progress in their education. As a result, it is important for candidates to be passionate, consistent and caring to support the children.

If you have experience working with pupils with SEND in schools, clubs, camps provisions or other environments where children who have SEND require support, we are interested in speaking to you!

To register with SEN Recruitment, you must:

  • Have a DBS on the online update service or be willing to apply for one.
  • Have experience working and supporting children with SEND
  • Some relevant qualifications that relate to supporting teaching and learning with children and young pupils.
  • Be able to provide 2 references that cover the last 2 years of employment history.
  • Have an outstanding attendance record and be fully committed to providing support to SEND pupils and schools
  • Be passionate nurturing and dedicated

To register your interest with us please feel free to call us on 01925 906 500 another way is, you can email your CV to us at info@ senrecruitment.co.uk and a member of our specialist team will be in contact with you.

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  • Primary SEND Teaching Assistants
  • Mobberley, Cheshire

Do you have experience working with SEND pupils in a primary school? 

Primary SEND Teaching Assistants.

SEN recruitment are currently working alongside schools in the Morbberley area for long term, short term and temp to perm work in September 2019 for Primary SEND Teaching Assistants to support children with SEND in highly rated schools in the local area.

We are currently looking for candidates with an interest in working in SEND schools and mainstream provisions starting in September. We are a specialist SEND company that support children and young people with additional needs, we work with schools to provide the consistency of care in education for children to enable them to progress in their education.

If you have a passion for supporting children with SEND and have experience working in schools, camps, clubs, provisions or other environments where children have SEND requirements, we are interested in speaking to you.

To register with SEN Recruitment, you must:

  • Have a DBS on the online update service or be willing to apply one
  • Have experience working with children with SEND
  • Be a passionate, nurturing and dedicated individual
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 2 references to cover the last 2 years employment history
  • Have a relevant qualification relating to supporting teaching and learning or children and young people
  • Have an outstanding attendance record and be a committed and reliable practitioner

If you meet the above criteria and are interested in registering with us then please get in touch on 01925 906 500 or email your CV to us.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Temporary, Contract, Permanent

 

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  • Teaching Assistants Level 2
  • Sandbach, Cheshire

Teaching Assistants Level 2  Required 

SEN Recruitment are looking for level 2 Teaching Assistants in the Sandbach area. SEN Recruitment are currently working with schools across Cheshire to support children with SEND needs from September 2019.

Local schools are in need of specialist teaching assistants who have a proven experienced working with children with SEND such as autism, social, emotional and mental health challenges. The schools set high expectations for staff and students and are devoted to making sure pupils are able to develop and progress based on their individual targets. It is important that the ideal candidate sets the same expectation and share the same passion for supporting pupils with SEND.

We are keen to speak to people who share the same passion and enthusiasm for supporting students and young people.

If you are able to commit to a satisfying, rewarding and caring role and are interested in working with children and young people with complex SEND needs then please get in touch.

Ideal Candidate will

  • Have a DBS on the online update service or be willing to apply for one.
  • Be experienced with pupils that have complex needs (ASD, SEMH, CLD and SLD).
  • Be able to provide consistency and care for pupils.
  • Engage and motivate pupils to challenge themselves
  • Have a minimum of 2 references to cover the last 2 years of employment history

To register your interest for these roles then email you CV to info@senrecruitment.co.uk or call 01925 906 500

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  • Teaching Assistants with SEND Experience
  • Knutsford, Cheshire

Are you looking for a gratifying and fulfilling role?

Do you have experience with SEND?

Specialist SEND TA’s are required for SEND schools and provisions across the North of Cheshire in September 2019. SEN Recruitment are working together with numerous SEND schools and provisions across Cheshire who require short, long term and temp to perm support for their pupils with a range of SEND needs from September 2019.

The schools are looking for specialist support staff who can work with students with complex needs. The schools we work with set high expectations for staff and pupils, therefore, it is key that the ideal candidate shares this work ethic and set themselves high standards.

We are keen to speak to people who share the same passion and enthusiasm for supporting students and young people.

If you are able to commit to a challenging, rewarding and caring role and are interested in working with children and young people with complex SEND needs then please get in touch.

Ideal Candidate will

  • Have a DBS on the online update service or be willing to apply for one.
  • Be experienced with pupils that have complex needs (ASD, SEMH, CLD and SLD).
  • Be able to provide consistency and care for pupils.
  • Engage and motivate pupils to challenge themselves
  • Have a minimum of 2 references to cover the last 2 years of employment history

To register your interest for these roles then email you CV to info@senrecruitment.co.uk or call 01925 906 500

 

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  • 26/07/19
  • ASD Specialist TAs – September 2019
  • Failsworth, Greater Manchester

ASD Specialist TAs – required September 2019

ASD Specialist TAs required for SEND schools across Tameside in September 2019. SEN Recruitment are working with numerous SEN schools and provisions across Tameside and North Manchester who require short term, long term and temp to perm support for their students with a range of SEMH needs from September 2019.

If you have experience working with children with Social, Emotional, Mental Health needs then please get in touch as we often have a range of opportunities with a range of schools to support some of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged children in the Local Authority and we are keen to speak to people who are passionate and interested in making a difference.

Currently to be recruited are: 2x Complex ASD Specialist TAs and 1x Life Skills TA to support medical and complex needs at a profound ASD school for children aged 11-16 years old. These roles are full time, long term until Christmas 2019 initially but could extend past this for the right person.

If you are able to commit to a challenging, rewarding and caring role and are interested in working with children and young people with complex SEND then please get in touch asap!

Ideal Candidates Will:

  • Have a DBS on the online update service or be willing to apply for one
  • Have experience working with PMLD, SLD, ASD, CLD or SEMH
  • Be comfortable providing personal care if required
  • Be resilient, dedicated and passionate about working with SEND
  • Have a minimum of 2 references to cover the last 2 years employment history

To register your interest for these roles please email your CV or call 01925 906 500!

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  • Secondary SEND Teaching Assistant
  • High Legh, Cheshire

SEN Recruitment- Secondary SEND Teaching Assistant- Lymm Area 

Are you looking to join a devoted high school?

Do you have experience working with SEND pupils? 

SEN Recruitment are coordinating with a local high school in the Lymm area to appoint a secondary teaching assistant with experience with SEND. The ideal candidate will share the same passion and enthusiasm for supporting children as the school. Furthermore, they will be a committed team player and be able to work closely with other members of staff.

The school sets high expectations for its pupils and staff, therefore, it is important for candidates to have the same work ethic.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Have experience working SEND pupils
  • Be able to work together with fellow staff members to share information.
  • Share and track pupils progression and engagement.
  • Work alongside teachers to engage pupils.
  • Have good literacy and numeracy skills.

For further information or if you wish to register with us you can email your CV  to  info@senrecruitment.co.uk or call 01925 906 500 and one of our specialist consultants will be able to speak to you.

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  • SEND Teachers – September 2019
  • Manchester, Greater Manchester

SEND Teachers – September

SEND Teachers required for September 2019 across Manchester. SEN Recruitment are working with several specialist schools and provisions in the Manchester area from September who require experienced SEND Teachers to work with a range of needs.

Some of the schools we work with are specialist SEND schools for children with a range of needs including: ASD, SLD, MLD, PMLD, Medical Needs, Complex Needs, DS, VI and HI plus many others. If you are a qualified teacher or have a relevant degree and are interested in teaching children and young people with SEND, then please get in touch.

Most of the roles we source are long term and often go temp-to-perm for the right person and are a great way for you to try out working in a range of schools and provisions, especially if you are interested in working in SEND schools but only have experience at Mainstream level.

  • Have experience teaching children with SEND or have a passion and drive to do so
  • Have QTS or QTLS
  • Hold a relevant teaching qualification or degree
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 2 references to cover the last 2 years employment
  • Have a DBS on the online update service or be willing to apply for one
  • Be a passionate individual who can take on the full responsibilities of being a class teacher
  • Be dedicated, reliable and can take part in the wider life and ethos of a school

If you meet the above criteria and are interested in registering with SEN Recruitment, then please email your CV or call 01925 906 500.

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  • Teaching Assistants (SEND Experience)
  • Lymm, Cheshire

SEN Recruitment – Teaching Assistants with SEND Experience- Lymm 

Primary teaching assistants with SEND experience required for long term, short term and ad-hoc work in September 2019.

SEN Recruitment are currently looking for candidates with an interest and passion for working with young people with SEND. We are a specialist SEND company that support children and young people with additional needs, we work closely with local schools that need consistency of care in education for these children to enable them to progress in their education. As a result, it is important for candidates to be passionate, consistent and caring to support the children.

If you have experience working with pupils with SEND in schools, clubs, camps provisions or other environments where children who have SEND require support we are interested in speaking to you.

To register with SEN Recruitment, you must:

  • Have a DBS on the online update service or be willing to apply for one.
  • Have experience working and supporting children with SEND
  • Some relevant qualifications that relate to supporting teaching and learning with children and young pupils.
  • Be able to provide 2 references that cover the last 2 years of employment history.
  • Have an outstanding attendance record and be fully committed to providing support to SEND pupils and schools
  • Be passionate nurturing and dedicated

To register your interest with us please feel free to call us on 01925 906 500 another way is, you can email your CV to us at info@senrecruitment.co.uk and a member of our specialist team will be in contact with you.

 

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  • 25/07/19
  • Specialist SEND Teaching Assistants – Manchester
  • Manchester, Greater Manchester

Specialist SEND Teaching Assistants – Manchester

Specialist SEND Teaching Assistants required for long term, short term and ad-hoc work in September 2019. SEN Recruitment are currently looking for candidates with an interest in working in SEND schools, roles and provisions from September. We are a specialist SEND company that support children and young people with additional needs, and we work with schools that need consistency of care in education for these children to enable them to progress in their education.

If you have a passion for supporting children with SEND and have experience working in schools, camps, clubs, provisions or other environments where children have SEND requirements, we are interested in speaking to you.

To register with SEN Recruitment, you must:

  • Have a DBS on the online update service or be willing to apply one
  • Have experience working with children with SEND
  • Be a passionate, nurturing and dedicated individual
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 2 references to cover the last 2 years employment history
  • Have a relevant qualification relating to supporting teaching and learning or children and young people
  • Have an outstanding attendance record and be a committed and reliable practitioner

If you meet the above criteria and are interested in registering with us then please get in touch on 01925 906 500 or email your CV to us.

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  • Primary Teacher With SEND Experience
  • Warrington, Cheshire

Are you a qualified teacher looking to develop your skills in a rewarding primary school?

SEN recruitment are currently seeking ambitious and passionate teachers for a number of mainstream primary schools in the Warrington Area.

The roles are to work with mixed classes of mainstream and SEND children. This is a great opportunity for a teacher who is looking to develop and refine their skills in highly rated schools. The schools are determined and passionate about creating a safe and engaging learning environment and it is key that candidates embrace this ethos.

Successful candidates will be confident in delivering a variety of creative and engaging activities which will include all ability levels. It is important that candidates are confident in tracking the progress pupils make. Ideal candidates will be able to track progress during lessons and also over longer periods of time. As a result of this candidates will be able to feedback to other members of staff.

Candidates are to take part in a face to face interview, have 2 references with 1 being schools based and a full enhanced DBS.

For more information about our opportunities supporting SEND in schools, send your CV via email/Indeed. Otherwise, you may contact a member of our specialist SEN team on 01925 906500

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  • 24/07/19
  • ASD/ Complex Needs Teaching Assistant
  • Frodsham, Cheshire

ASD/Complex Needs Teaching Assistant Required for A School in Knutsford Area.

Have you worked with children with ASD/Complex Needs?

SEN Recruitment are working together with a school in the Knutsford area to appoint a specialist ASD TA. The school is devoted to providing consistency of care and education for children with SEND. The pupil is struggling within the classroom, in particular, accessing work in the classroom.

The successful candidate will have good experience in working with children with ASD and understand ways in which to engage them during class time. They will be able to come up with creative ideas to inspire the pupil to engage and challenge them. The ideal candidate will be patient and understanding of the child’s needs and have a nurturing character to help support them.

A successful candidate will:

  • Have experience with ASD
  • Provide consistent support for the child
  • Be creative to engage and motivate
  • Be a positive role model for children with additional needs
  • Work as a team with other staff
  • Have a full enhanced DBS on the update service or be willing to apply for one.
  • 2 recent references with one being from a school background.

 

For further information on this role or if you are interested please send your CV into, info@senrecruitment.co.uk or call 01925 906500

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  • SEMH Teaching Assistant
  • Warrington, Cheshire

SEMH and Complex Needs TA required for Mainstream Primary School

SEN Recruitment are working in partnerships with a school in the Warrington area who are looking for a one-to-one TA to support a pupil in KS1 who is struggling in the classroom environment. The child has a range of complex needs including SEMH and struggles to communicate their emotions. The pupils also has sensory needs and require a nurturing, supportive and resilient individual who will support them fully.

The role is full time and long term with the possibility of becoming permanent for the right person. Ideal candidates include those with experience with SEMH support and sensory needs. Ideally, candidates who have studied child psychology, social work etc.

If you:

  • Experience working with complex needs.
  • Are resilient, dedicated and focused on supporting the achievement of children with SEND.
  • Primary Experience is desirable.
  • Are comfortable supporting SEMH.
  • Have experience with the sensory curriculum.
  • A full enhanced DBS on the update service or are willing to apply for one.

To get in touch you can email your CV  to  info@senrecruitment.co.uk or call 01925 906 500

 

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  • 23/07/19
  • ASD Teaching Assistant
  • Warrington, Cheshire

SEN Recruitment is currently looking to support a student in a Warrington school who has ASD and some social-emotional mental health difficulties.

This student finds it hard to engage and really needs the right support to help him get back on task and enjoy learning again. Successful candidates will be able to motivate and engage the child in classroom activities. The pupils finds some social situations difficult and lacks confidence around other students.

The school sets high expectations for its pupils. It is a hard-working community that does it best to promote learning and nurtures its pupils to ensure they have the best possible experience in school.

This role is full time and with the possibility to go permanent.

You must be Level 2/3 qualified or have a degree or youth/childcare qualification. Experience of supporting children with SEMH and ADHD would be advantageous.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Young Adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • 22/07/19
  • Primary SEND Teaching Assistant.
  • Congleton

SEN Recruitment is looking to appoint a teaching assistant on behalf of a highly-motivated school in the Congleton area.  The school wants to appoint a like-minded teaching assistant to work with children with complex educational needs. The ideal candidate will be able to work 1:1 and with small groups of children aiding them with reading and writing during lessons and completing intervention work to support their studies.

The successful candidate must be able to engage children and encourage them to stretch and challenge themselves. It is important that the candidate can build a good rapport with pupils and support them in accessing education in the classroom.

Candidates will need:

  • DBS on the update service or be willing to apply for one
  • Level 2 Teaching Assistant qualification or above
  • 2 references to cover the last 24 months employment
  • Experience supporting ASD or other types of SEND
  • Committed, Dedicated and passionate about working with children with SEND

If you are interested in applying for this role or calling 01925 906 500

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  • 19/07/19
  • 0-25 SEND Key Workers
  • Cheshire East

SEN Recruitment is looking to appoint 4 SEND key workers to work with Cheshire East Council. The role is to be a keyworker for children with special education needs and their families while undertaking statutory assessments or with education health and care plans (EHCP), supporting them through the process and the ensuring appropriate education provisions to meet their needs.

It is essential for successful candidates to:

  • Have experience of working with children or young people with SEND or their families and/or experience of working within a SEND service.
  • Experience of mediating between parties, and modelling solution-focused behaviour.
  • Experience in leading meetings and discussions.
  • Relevant professional qualification or educated to degree level or relevant work experience of working at the required level.
  • Have a good working knowledge and understanding of the Part 3  Children and families ACT 2014 and the SEND Code of Practice
  • Have a working knowledge of school-based systems, post 16 systems, including funding
  • Have a working knowledge of social care and health systems which contribute to the EHC Pathway
  • Knowledge and understanding of person-centred practices, personalisation and personal budgets.

Candidates must have the ability to work in a multi-agency arena, ensuring that all relevant assessments and reports are sought, received and utilised for EHC assessments and reflect in EHC plans. Strong candidates will be able to assist the locality managers in preparation for First-tier SEND Tribunals by helping to draw up the Authority’s Statement of Case such as attending meetings with legal and other representatives and ensuring adherence to prescribing timescales.

The successful candidates will lead EHC casework, and the effective management of an efficient statutory assessment service for children and young people, including being a Key Worker for children, young people and their families, ensuring they are involved in the process throughout.

Other specific duties are to carry out the duties in the most effective, efficient and economical manner available. Continue personal development in the relevant area through apprenticeship framework where available. Candidates will carry out any reasonable duty as directed by managers of the service and to deputise for the SEND locality manager as appropriate.

The role will be long term 37hrs/ per week and is a long term position with the possibility to go permanent. The role is to start as soon as possible.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Young Adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500

 

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  • Primary Teaching Assistant KS2 SEND
  • Davenham

Are you an experienced teaching assistant?

Do you want to work alongside passionate like-minded people?

SEN Recruitment is looking to appoint an experienced, highly motivated and passionate individual to work in a school in the Davenham area.

They are looking to take on an individual who will be able to mould into the current team at the school. They will share the same passion and enthusiasm in ensuring pupils have the best possible experience in school.

The ideal candidate will someone who

  • Can inspire and motivate children and colleagues
  • has the ability to support children both one-to-one or in small groups
  • is flexible in the way they support children that allows them to provide the support needed at the time.
  • sets high expectations for themselves and the pupils they will work with
  • is at least a level, 2 qualified teaching assistant

The school is renown for providing a safe learning environment in which pupils are motivated and challenging themselves. The school prides itself on working together to provide the best possible experience for pupils to grow and develop. It is crucial for the successful candidate to embrace themselves with the ethos of the school.

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  • Part-Time SEN Teaching Assistant
  • Handforth, Cheshire

Part -Time SEN Teaching Assistant – Handforth

Part-Time SEN Teaching Assistant required for Outstanding school in Cheshire from September. SEN Recruitment are working with a school in Handforth who require a TA from September to work in their EYFS department on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings (08.30AM-12.00PM).

The child who needs this support has an EHCP for ASD and is attending Nursery 3 mornings a week. Therefore a committed, experienced and proactive Teaching Assistant is required to support their development and progress as early intervention is vital when supporting children with SEND.

If you are looking for Part-Time SEN Teaching Assistant work and have experience supporting children with ASD and are able to provide the below, then please get in touch.

  • DBS on the update service or be willing to apply for one
  • Level 2 Teaching Assistant qualification or above
  • 2 references to cover the last 24 months employment
  • Experience supporting ASD or other types of SEND
  • Committed, Dedicated and passionate about working with children with SEND

Please get in touch if you are interested by applying for this role or calling 01925 906 500

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  • 18/07/19
  • SEND Primary Teaching Assistant Northwich
  • Northwich, Cheshire

SEN Recruitment is working in partnership with a local Northwich school to appoint a specialist SEND Primary Teaching Assistant.

They are seeking to appoint a highly motivated, devoted and passionate individual who wants to ensure pupils have the best possible experience in school.

Successful Candidates will be working one-to-one with a motivated individual child in Key Stage 2. They will sometimes work with small groups.

The school is looking to appoint an individual who:

  • has a commitment to the nurturing children
  • ability to plan and support children either one-to-one or in small groups
  • motivates and inspires children, colleagues and the wider community
  • is flexible when supporting children to support the children’s needs
  • has high expectations of children’s attainment, progression and behaviour

The school is committed to providing a safe and inclusive environment that allows pupils to grow and develop. Pupils are enthusiastic and have been complimented for their excellent behaviour. Teachers, governors and parents are committed to ensuring an outstanding experience for pupils and parents.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Young Adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Teaching Assistant – ADHD/SEMH -Wigan
  • Wigan

SEN Recruitment are currently looking to support a student in a Wigan Secondary school who has ADHD and some social emotional mental health difficulties.

This student finds it hard to engage and really needs the right support to help him get back on task and enjoy learning again.

This role is with a September start and will be on a long term potentially temp to perm contract for the right candidate.

You must be Level 2/3 qualified or have a degree or youth/childcare qualification. Experience of supporting children with SEMH and ADHD would be advantageous.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Young Adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • SEND Teaching Assistant -Leigh

SEN Recruitment are looking for a Teaching assistant to support a child with speech language and communication difficulties and other additional needs in a primary school in Leigh.

This inclusive school boasts a happy supportive team of staff and great resources to support children with additional needs.

You will be supporting a child’s development of speech, language and communication needs therefore experience of visual timetables and PECS would be beneficial.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Young Adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Teaching Assistant – ASD – ST Helens
  • ST Helens

SEN Recruitment are currently supporting a primary school in the St Helens area that are looking for 2 SEND Teaching assistants that have experience of supporting children with Autism. The right candidates must have a Level 2 or 3 Teaching assistant qualification and have the passion and patience to support children with additional needs.

This role is to start in September with the view to being a long term role dependent on funding for each child.Both children are in KS1.

Experience of supporting children 1:1 with ASD and Speech and language difficulties would be beneficial.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Young Adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • 17/07/19
  • SEND Key Worker 0-25 Macclesfield
  • Macclesfield, Cheshire

SEND Key Worker 0-25 Macclesfield

SEN Recruitment are working in conjunction with Cheshire East Council to appoint SEND Key Workers with ages 0-25

To be the keyworker for children with special education needs and their families while undertaking a statutory assessment or with education health and care plans (EHCP), supporting them through the process and ensuring appropriate education provision to meet their needs.

Successful candidates will be comfortable liaising with.

  • Children and families and young people
  • Schools, Early Years and Post 16 providers
  • Health
  • Social Care
  • Other Cheshire East Services
  • Partner organisations

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To deliver high quality, child and person-centred service, producing Education, Health and Care Plans together with children/young people and their parents/carers in a timely manner, ensuring they are aware of the local offer and deliver the best outcomes for the child/young person.

To work in a multi-agency arena, ensuring that all relevant assessments and reports are sought, received and utilised for EHC assessments and reflect in EHC plans

To prepare all information required for panel and present assessments and plans at panel recording and implementing decisions.

Working in partnership with other services, schools and colleges to secure suitable provision for children and young people, which meets their specific needs.

To support children/young people through key transitions points ensuring an effective and timely transition to new schools and colleges.

Developing and implementing, solution focussed strategies that encourage the exchange of information and ideas with parents/carers, voluntary groups and appropriate agencies

To negotiate, in conjunction with commissioning services, placements ensuring support is in place to meet the identified needs with school staff, support teams and other colleagues.

To act as the first point of contact in respect of complaints in relation to SEN Assessments with a view to seeking a positive and fair resolution of grievances.

To assist the Locality Managers in preparation for First Tier SEND Tribunals by helping to draw up the Authority’s Statement of Case, attending meetings with legal and other representatives and ensuring adherence to prescribed timescales

Contributing to the development, initiation and review of SEN and Disability policies and provision for pupils with SEN and Disability to ensure that these policies are implemented in practice

All candidates must have 2 up to date references and a Full Enhanced DBS on the update service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND please contact info@senrecruitment. co.uk or call us on 01925 906500.

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  • SEND- Primary Teaching Assistant
  • Warrington

Are you looking for a unique and satisfying role in education?

Do you have experience working with young adults and children with SEND?

SEN Recruitment is looking for potential candidates to work in a school in the Warrington School. They are looking to appoint a caring, passionate and enthusiastic candidate for the role of SEND Teaching Assistant. Candidates will be supporting children with complex learning needs that will enable them to access and progress through education.

The successful candidate will be able to complete duties within the job role such as.

This will include:

  1. Understanding the needs of pupils by using IEP and EHC plans.
  2. Work alongside teachers to differentiate activities.
  3. Team teach qualified
  4. Work alongside the SENCO and teachers to aid in understanding behaviour patterns.
  5. Be emotionally and socially aware of the challenges individual students face.

The position is temporary with the potential to be permanent. Ideally, candidates will undergo a face to face interview with the school. The ideal candidate will show care and attention to the pupils they will support embrace themselves within the ethos of the school. It will be important for them to be able to work closely with the support network that the school offers for their pupils.

It is required all candidates are subject to an interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that is on the update service due to the nature of the environment you will be working in.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND please contact info@senrecruitment. co.uk or call us on 01925 906500.

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  • 16/07/19
  • Specialist Residential Support Worker – Summer Work
  • Northwich, Cheshire

Specialist Residential Support Workers – Summer Work

Specialist Residential Support Workers who are interested in working with children and adults who have complex learning needs and ASD over the school summer holidays are required for SEN Recruitment. The roles are ad-hoc, short term and there are also longer term opportunities within the care provider.

If you have passion, dedication and are committed to working with SEND this is a fantastic opportunity to gain some more experience. Shifts get allocated on a two week rolling rota and there are 3 main shifts or the option of a waking night shift. Even if you have secured a role from September but don’t get any income over the holiday period then this could be an alternative option for you.

If you:

  • Are passionate, dedicated and committed to working with children, young people and adults with SEND
  • Have a DBS on the online update service or be willing to apply for one
  • Be available for work over the school summer holidays, weekends or during term time
  • Have experience or resilience when working with children, young people or adults with complex SEND
  • Be able to work as part of a team and provide enrichment and positive support
  • Be flexible and able to work to clear targets and expectations

Please get in touch by submitting your CV or calling 01925 906 500

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  • 15/07/19
  • SEND- Key Worker
  • Cheshire East

Are you looking for a role which will support children and young adults?

Do you have experience working with SEND, such as ASD and EBD?

SEN Recruitment and Cheshire East Council are looking to appoint a, SEND key worker. The ideal candidate will have experience or a history working with children and young adults (CYP’s) in either education or providing care for them. A strong candidate will be able to understand the specific needs of the CYP’s they will be supporting. A calm and patient person is needed to support young adults and children.

The age ranges of the CYP’s will vary from 0-25. The successful candidate must undertake a number of key roles such as the following.

  • Being a single point of regular and consistent contact for the CYP.
  • Facilitating multi-agency meetings.
  • Co-ordinating services and practitioners around the CYP and family.
  • Support single planning and joint assessments.
  • Providing information and signposting where necessary.
  • Providing emotional and practical support.
  • Enabling and empowering the CYP and their parents/carers to make decisions.

The current position is temporary but there is a possibility to go permanent in the future. Once cleared for work candidates should be able to start working.

Candidates must have a full enhanced DBS and for it to be clear of convictions and felonies. They must also undergo a face to face interview and, have two up to date references cover the last year.

For more information email your CV to info@senrecruitment. co.uk

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  • 12/07/19
  • Educational Psychologist – Birkenhead

SEN Recruitment are looking for a dedication and assertive Educational Psychologist to support a Specialist Assessment centre for a group of schools in the Birkenhead area.

As an Educational psychologists you will support children and young people between the ages of 7 to 17, you will be involved in research in order to promote their emotional and social wellbeing.

You’ll work with children and young people who are experiencing problems that hinder their successful learning and participation in school and other activities. These problems can include a range of emotional and social issues or learning difficulties.

The role requires working in consultation with parents, teachers, social workers, doctors and other people involved in the child’s education in a variety of ways, including observations, interviews and assessments of the child. You’ll also offer a range of appropriate interventions, such as learning programmes and collaborative work with teachers or parents.

Responsibilities

As an educational psychologist, you’ll need to:

  • assess children’s learning and emotional needs by observing and consulting with multi-agency teams to advise on the best approaches and provisions to support learning and development
  • develop and support therapeutic and behaviour management programmes
  • design and develop courses for parents, teachers and others involved with the education of children and young people
  • designing and developing projects involving children and young people
  • write reports to make formal recommendations on action to be taken, including formal statements
  • advise, persuade, support and negotiate with teachers, parents and other education professionals
  • attend case conferences involving multidisciplinary teams on how best to meet the social, emotional, behavioural and learning needs of the children and young people in your care
  • prioritise effectiveness – the context and environment that influence the child’s development are seen as increasingly important
  • conduct active research
  • formulate interventions that focus on applying knowledge, skills and expertise to support local and national initiatives
  • develop and apply effective interventions to promote psychological wellbeing, social, emotional and behavioural development, and to raise educational standards.

Please note all applicants are subjects to a face to face interview and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • SEND Teaching Assistant
  • Macclesfield, Cheshire

Are you looking for a unique and satisfying role in education?

Do you have experience working with young adults and children with SEND?

SEN Recruitment is looking for potential candidates to work alongside Cheshire East Council are looking to appoint a caring, passionate and enthusiastic candidate for the role of SEND Teaching Assistant. Candidates will be looking to support children with complex learning needs that will enable them to access and progress through education.

The successful candidate will be able to undertake a number of important roles to work alongside the school to enhance the learning experience of their SEND pupils.

This will include:

  1. Understanding the needs of pupils by using IEP and EHC plans.
  2. Work alongside teachers to differentiate activities.
  3. Team teach qualified.
  4. Work alongside the SENCO and teachers to aid in understanding behaviour patterns.
  5. Be emotionally and socially aware of the challenges individual students face.

The position is temporary with the potential to be permanent. Ideally, candidates will undergo a face to face interview with the school; the ideal candidate will show care and attention to the pupils they will support and be able to empathise what pupils are feeling and help them understand both social and educational experiences. It will be important for them to be able to work closely with the support network that the school offers for their pupils.

It is required all candidates are subject to an interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that is on the update service due to the nature of the environment you will be working in.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND please contact info@senrecruitment. co.uk or call us on 01925 906500.

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  • SEND 0-25 Key Worker
  • Cheshire East

Are you looking for a satisfying and rewarding role?

Have you experienced working with young adults and children with SEND?

SEN Recruitment is looking for potential candidates to work alongside Cheshire East Council they are looking to appoint caring, passionate and enthusiastic candidates for the role of SEND Key workers. Candidates will be looking to support children and young adults from the ages of 0 -25.

The successful candidate will be able to undertake key working functions for different individual CYP with SEND aged 0 to 25 who are under EHC assessment or with an EHC plan.

This will include:

  • Being a single point of regular and consistent contact for the CYP and parents/carers during the statutory assessment process.
  • Facilitating multi-agency meetings.
  • Co-ordinating services and practitioners around the CYP and family.
  • Supporting a single planning and joint assessment process.
  • Providing information and signposting where necessary.
  • Providing emotional and practical support as required as part of a trusting relationship.
  • Enabling and empowering the CYP and their parents/carers to make decisions and where appropriate to make effective use of a personal budget.

The position is temporary with the potential to be permanent. Ideally, candidates will begin work as soon as they are cleared to do so; the ideal candidate will show care and attention to the CYP’s they will support. It will be important for them to be able to work closely with the support network that will be working with the children or young adults.

It is required all candidates are subject to an interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that is on the update service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND please contact info@senrecruitment. co.uk or call us on 01925 906500.

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  • SEMH Specialist Teaching Assistant – September 2019

SEMH Specialist Teaching Assistant required for Resource Provision in Salford from September 2019.

SEN Recruitment are working with a mainstream school in Salford that are looking for a specialist SEMH Teaching Assistant. This role is based in the EYFS/KS1 Resource Provision from September 2019. Therefore you will be working as part of a dedicated team responsible for the wellbeing and progress of children with SEMH and ESBD. Furthermore, this is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate to develop their skills and experience in SEND Resource Provisions and to become part of a fantastic team.

If you have experience working with SEMH, SEBD or other types of SEND then we are interested in speaking to you.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Be resilient, dedicated and nurturing
  • Have experience working with small groups or 1:1
  • Be able to deliver pre-planned lessons to students in line with the National Curriculum
  • Be a positive role model for children with additional needs
  • Have experience working with SEND children in EYFS or KS1
  • Be able to work as part of a committed team
  • Have a DBS on the online update service or be willing to apply for one
  • Be able to provide 2 references to cover the last 2 years employment history

If  you fit the above criteria then please get in touch by emailing your CV or calling 01925 906 500 for further information on how to register.

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  • 11/07/19
  • SEND Teacher
  • Chester, Cheshire

SEND Experienced Teacher, Chester 

SEND Experienced Teacher, Chester

Are you looking for a gratifying role that gives you satisfaction?

SEN Recruitment is working in conjunction with a school for an Experienced SEND Teacher, in the Chester area. The school has a “nurturing environment that educates and cares for its pupils”. The school aims to appoint a candidate who shares and is willing to indulge in its passion for pupils and mould into the team. The ideal candidate will show a drive to help others. Being able to share and learn from others and reflect on their own practice will be key to the candidate’s success.

The ideal candidate will have the following qualities.

  • Have previous experience with SEND pupils (specifically ASD, ASC and EBD)
  • They have the ability to coordinate teaching assistant in enabling pupils to reach their potential and more.
  • Liaise with SENCO about the progression of their pupils.
  • Prepare and plan engaging and stimulating lessons.
  • Plan work alongside teaching assistant to make sure they have the abilities and understanding of how to assist their pupils to progress.
  • Promote, motivate and encourage pupils to challenge themselves.

The school has high expectations of its staff to provide consistency and care to its pupils. The successful candidate will be able to follow education health plans and IEP’s to ensure their pupils receive what they need to progress and enjoy school life.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info @senrecruitment.co.uk

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  • 10/07/19
  • SEND Primary Teaching Assistant
  • Alsager, Stoke on Trent

Do you have experience working with children within a primary school environment?

Are you passionate about helping children achieve their potential?

SEN recruitment is currently looking to appoint an effective SEND primary teaching assistant to work for a passionate, high motivated and cultured school in the Alsager area. They are looking for someone who has experience working with pupils who have ASD/EBD and sensory needs.

They wish to take on a candidate who has the ability to work with pupils and aid them in developing pupils’ sensory needs and aid the pupil to access and engage in activities.

The right candidate will have proven experience working in a school environment, have an understanding of sensory needs and be able to coordinate with fellow staff members to ensure that pupils progress in their education and build confidence within pupils to break down social barriers.

Additional skills that would be advantageous to the applicant are knowledge of ASD and sensory needs also desirable are empathy, resilience and an ability to be flexible to meet the needs of the pupils.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info@senrecruitment. co.uk

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  • SEND Primary Teacher
  • Northwich, Cheshire

Are you a NQT or an experienced teacher looking for new and exciting opportunities?

SEN recruitment is working in together with a school that has an environment that has strong consistency and nurture for its pupils. The school has high expectations and goes the extra mile to assist pupils in education and for life. The school is looking for a strong candidate that will embrace its ethos and join a team orientated community of passionate staff.

The ideal candidate will have a background or experience in teaching SEND pupils. Being experienced with MLD, PMLD, EBD and ASD students would be desirable. To be a successful candidate it is key that you can liaise with other members of staff such as

  • Working alongside teaching assistants to produce engaging and differentiated activities.
  • Be able to liaise with SENCO on the progress made by students either through report writing or tracking.
  • Sharing good practice and working with other staff to discover effective teaching methods for individual pupils.
  • Be able to work with specific needs and tailor the curriculum for their pupils.

A successful candidate will be empathetic and understanding of pupil’s additional needs and be a calming presence for pupils. They will also have to make decisions and be confident in teaching to children with SEND related challenges.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info@senrecruitment. co.uk

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  • SEND Teacher
  • Northwich, Cheshire

Are you a newly qualified teacher or an experienced teacher looking for new and exciting opportunities?

SEN recruitment is working in conjunction with a school in the Northwich area that has  an “environment that radiates care, consistency and nurture for it’s pupils”. The school has high expectations and goes above and beyond to assist pupils in education and for life. The school is looking for a strong like minded candidate that will embrace its ethos and join a team orientated community of passionate staff.

The ideal candidate will have a background or experience in teaching SEND pupils. Being experienced with ASD, EBD and PMLD students. To be a successful candidate it is key that you can liaise with other members of staff such as.

  • Working alongside teaching assistants to produce engaging and differentiated activities.
  • Be able to liaise with SENCO on the progress made by students either through report writing or tracking.
  • Sharing good practice and working with other staff to discover effective teaching methods for individual pupils.

A successful candidate will be empathetic and understanding of pupil’s additional needs and be a calming presence for pupils. They will also have to make decisions and be confident in inducting teaching assistants into the work that they are planning and preparing.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info@senrecruitment.co.uk

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  • 09/07/19
  • SEND Literacy and Numeracy Assistant
  • Nantwich, Cheshire

Are you looking to join a growing popular school in the Nantwich area?

Do you have a passion for guiding pupils to progress in their studies?

SEN recruitment are looking on behalf of a school in the Nantwich area for a SEND Literacy and Numeracy Assistant working alongside pupils with SEND. The ideal candidate will have a good knowledge of the curriculum for Maths and English and be confident in building relationships with pupils and a passion for helping pupils progress. The position is full time for 1 year with the possibility of extension.

Key responsibilities:

Supporting the students

  • Develop knowledge of the range of learning support techniques and understand the specific needs of the children to be supported.
  • Enable students to learn as effectively as possible both in group situations and on his/her own by
    • clarifying and explaining instructions;
    • ensuring the student can use equipment and materials provided;
    • motivating and encouraging the student;
    • assisting in weaker areas, e.g. reading, spelling, basic numeracy, behaviour etc;
    • helping students to concentrate;
    • meeting physical needs but encouraging independence;
    • liaising with classroom teachers, the Curriculum Leader and the Assistant Head: Inclusion about Individual Learning Plans
    • developing appropriate techniques and resources to support students.
  • To establish a supportive relationship with the students.
  • Develop methods of promoting / reinforcing students’ self-esteem.
  • Lead small group teaching of intervention groups.
  • Cover for known absences of colleagues in the SEN/IRC department.

 

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info @senrecruitment.co.uk or contact us on 01925 906500

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  • Behaviour Teaching Assistant
  • Winsford, Cheshire

Are you looking to join a growing school?

Do you enjoy working 1:1 with pupils?

SEN recruitment are looking on behalf of a school in the Winsford area for a teaching assistant who has experience with challenging behaviour. The school has high expectation of pupils to make good progress throughout their time in the school, they also have expectations of staff to produce engaging lessons that motivate and challenge pupils.

The successful candidate will be confident in engaging pupils with classroom work either by explanation or differentiation. A strong candidate will have a calming personality but who can be strong with their decision making.

The school are looking to appoint an individual who:

  • has a commitment to the nurturing of all children
  • can plan and work with individuals and small groups of children
  • inspires and motivates children, colleagues and the wider community
  • is flexible in their working times in order to cater for children’s needs
  • has high expectations of children’s attainment and an understanding of behaviour and how to support all children

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info @senrecruitment.co.uk

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  • Complex Needs Teaching Assistant – EYFS Specialist
  • Irlam, Greater Manchester

Complex Needs TA required for Mainstream Primary School – September 2019

SEN Recruitment are working in partnership with a school in Irlam who are looking for a 1:1 TA to support a KS1 pupil who is transitioning from the EYFS in September. The child has a range of complex needs including SEMH and can sometimes lash out. She also has a high sensory need and requires a nurturing and resilient individual to be able to support her fully. If you have experience working with a range of SEND including SEMH, ASD, CLD and Sensory Needs then please get in touch!

This role is full time and long term and could become permanent for the right person. Ideal candidates include those with experience delivering Speech and Language, SEMH Support, Teaching Assistants from EYFS, Sensory Workers and those who have completed degrees in Psychology, Social Work etc.

If you:

Have a DBS on the update service or are willing to apply for one

Have experience working with complex needs

Are resilient, dedicated and focused on the achievement of children with SEND

Have experience working in the EYFS or using EYFS strategies to support learners

Have experience of providing a sensory curriculum

Are comfortable providing personal care if required

Then please get in touch asap! You can send your email to: sacha.diamond@senrecruitment.co.uk or call 01925 906 500

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  • SEND Teaching Assistant
  • Middlewich, Cheshire

Do you have a passion for SEND?

Do you want a gratifying feeling from your job?

SEN recruitment is looking to appoint a teaching assistant with experience with SEND pupils. The role would be located in an engaging and motivational school located in the area of Middlewich. The successful candidate will work alongside the class teachers and the SENDCO to support in planning and the delivery of the curriculum based on careful, on-going assessments of the child’s needs.

Candidates must also feel comfortable to relay information to help the teacher to engage pupils and allow pupils to access the work in the curriculum and improve the rates of which pupils progress. It is important that candidates feel comfortable dealing with challenging behaviour and have high expectations of pupils and themselves. Experience with SEND pupils would be recommended.

SEN Recruitment support schools with finding the right consistency and care for children with SEND, so that they can be included and supported in everyday life at school.

It is desirable that you have;

Experience supporting children with SEND.

A level 2 or 3 Teaching Assistant qualification.

A good understanding of ASD, EBD and SEMH.

Experience of supporting children with Speech and language.

Worked with children in a primary school setting.

“Can see the able, not the label”.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Young People.

For more information please send an up to date CV or call on of our consultants on.

01925 906500

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  • Science Teacher – September Start – Sickness Cover
  • Failsworth, Greater Manchester

Science Teacher required for September start at SEND School in Failsworth.

SEN Recruitment are looking for a Specialist Science Teacher to work in a SEN provision from September 2019. This role is long term and full time and involves teaching children with additional needs up to GCSE level. The needs in school vary between ASD and MLD – SEMH and PMLD students so a confident and committed practitioner will be ideal. NQTs will be considered for this role as well provided you are willing and able to fulfil the requirements of the role.

The length of role is dependable on the return of a member of staff who is currently on long term sick therefore could go on for a number of weeks. The staff member is on phased return so it is inevitable that this will continue for at least a half term.

If you:

  • Have experience teaching Science to GCSE or at KS3
  • Hold QTS or equivalent
  • Have a passionate and nurturing approach to teaching students with additional needs
  • Have a DBS on the online update service or be willing to apply for one
  • Are able to provide a minimum of 2 references to cover the last 2 years employment history
  • Have outstanding subject knowledge and be dedicated to the wider ethos and life of school

Then we want to hear from you!

Please email your CV to sacha.diamond@senrecruitment.co.uk or call 01925 906500

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  • SEN Recruitment School Administrator Maternity Cover
  • Failsworth, Greater Manchester

School Administrator required for September! SEN Recruitment are currently working in partnership with a school in Failsworth who require an Administrator to cover a maternity leave in September. The school is a specialist provider for children with a range of SEND including: SEMH, SLD, MLD, ASD and PMLD. They are looking for someone with experience of school administrative systems such as SIMS, Word, Excel, Outlook and Outlook Calendar in addition to this, a key part of the role will be to provide a Personal Assistant service to the head of school therefore a high level of organisation is required.

Job Details

  • Experienced Administrator for school office
  • Responsible for 2 junior members of staff
  • Front facing role so outstanding professionalism and appearance is essential
  • Experience using school admin systems – SIMS, Microsoft Office etc.
  • Key Responsibility – providing a Personal Assistant service for the Head of Site organisation and efficiency is essential
  • Strong typing and computer skills – able to use Word and Excel
  • Familiar with emails – Outlook and Outlook Calendar
  • General Filing and Administration
  • Hospitality – preparing meeting rooms for meetings
  • SIMS Administrative System
  • FSM ( ideal but not essential)
  • Answering telephone, taking messages and dealing with visitors

If you are interested in this role, have a DBS on the update service and are available immediately then please email your CV to info@senrecruitment.co.uk or contact 01925 906 500sen-fi

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  • Specialist SEMH and EYFS Teaching Assistant
  • Irlam, Greater Manchester

SEN Recruitment are currently working with a school in Irlam who are looking for a 1:1 Specialist support for a KS1 pupil who is transitioning from the EYFS in September. The pupil has extremely complex needs relating to SEMH and Attachment and also has Developmental Delay so needs a support who is resilient, dedicated and committed to their development and progress.

If you have experience working with children with SEMH and Challenging Behaviour and are committed to making a difference in the lives of children with SEND then please get in touch ASAP. This role is full time and long term and has the potential to become permanent due to the needs of the child and their age.

The role begins in September and candidates applying for this role must:

  • Have a DBS on the online update service
  • Be committed and dedicated to the wider life and ethos of the school
  • Have experience working with Complex SEMH and be resilient
  • Be available immediately and full time
  • Have experience working in the EYFS and be able to apply sensory approaches and techniques to working 1:1

If you believe you fit the criteria above and are genuinely interested in this role then please email your CV to us or call 01925 906500

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  • Behaviour Teaching Assistant ADHD
  • Crewe, Chester

Are you a passionate for Special Educational Needs?

Are you available for September 2019?

Are you looking to work in a Crewe primary school that can offer gratifying work and job satisfaction?

SEN Recruitment are working on behalf of a popular Crewe primary school to find a creative and inspiring teaching assistant that also has experience working with children with SEND.

This is a fantastic opportunity to start in September 2019 with a possibility to go onto a permanent contract with the school.

The school is looking for a person to join a team where both expectation and enthusiasm for learning is high for pupils and staff

This school is an enjoyable working environment with children who are keen to engage and learn.

All successful candidates will have Passion for Teaching and Learning, Creative ideas and wants to make a difference in children’s lives.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info@senrecruitment .co.uk

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

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  • 08/07/19
  • SEND Teaching Assistant – ST Helens
  • ST Helens

A imagesST Helens primary school is looking to recruit a specialist 1:1 TA support to work with a child with ASD and ADHD.

SEN Recruitment support mainstream schools with finding the right consistency and care for children with SEND, so that they can be included and supported in every day life at school.

Its desirable that you have;

Experience supporting children with SEND

A level 2 or 3 Teaching assistant qualification

A good understanding of ASD

Experience of supporting children with Speech and language

Worked with children in a primary school setting

“Can see the able not the label”

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Young people.

For more information please send an up to date CV or call on of our consultants on

01925 906500

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  • Teaching Assistant -Hindley
  • Hindley -Wigan

A primary school in the Hindley area of Wigan are looking for a SEND Teaching Assistant that has experience of supporting children with ASD and behaviour.

We require a teaching assistant that is patient, nurturing, and can stay calm

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Experience of PECS or a visual time table would be advantageous.

This role is to start in September 2019 and is full time Monday to Friday.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Young people.

For more information please send an up to date CV or call on of our consultants on

01925 906500

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  • SEND Teaching Assistant
  • Chester, Cheshire

Are you a dedicated and a resilient primary teaching assistant with a real passion for Special Educational Needs? Are you looking for a challenging yet rewarding role where you can make a real difference?
SEN recruitment we are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, strong and confident TA to work alongside teachers by either, team teaching or differentiate work for the different pupils, in a school in the Cheshire area.

The school provides excellent standards of care and education for the children in their care.
The successful applicant will have experience of teaching children with SEND.
The ideal candidate will be experienced in SEND and have experience in team teaching and experience with PECS.
The ideal candidate will:
• have good organisational skills
• be confident to differentiate teachers work.
• have an ability to prevent/ defuse challenging situations.
• be able to work alongside teachers to engage and stimulate pupils.
Successful candidates will have, a Passion for Teaching and Learning, Creative ideas and wants to make a difference in the lives of children with SEND. Level 2 teaching assistant would be desirable but not required.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND schools please contact a member of our team on 01925 906500 or email an up to date CV to info @senrecruitment.co.uk
All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS.
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  • Behaviour Teaching Assistant – Wigan -SEMH
  • Wigan

A mainstream primary school in Wigan is looking for a Specialist TA support that can manage behaviour and has the ability to engage well with children with social and emotional mental health difficulties.

This school boasts a great team of staff that all have the needs of the children at the heart of everything they do.

A passion for supporting and understanding children with SEND is necessary.

Experience of supporting children working at P scales would be advantageous.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Young people.

For more information please send an up to date CV or call on of our consultants on

01925 906500

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  • SEND Teaching Assistant 1:1 -Wigan
  • Wigan

child with asdSEND Recruitment is looking for someone who has experience supporting primary aged children with Speech language and Communication needs.

We are looking for someone who believes in making a difference and who can provide the care, consistency and support for children with SEND.

Experience of supporting children working at P scales would be advantageous.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Young people.

For more information please send an up to date CV or call on of our consultants on

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  • SEND Teaching Assistant
  • Chester, Cheshire

SEN Recruitment are looking for a passionate Teaching Assistant to work 1:1 with a child that suffers from emotional and social and emotional mental health difficulties in the Chester area.

Preferably you will also have experience of working in schools and be of a caring and emphatic nature. You do not necessarily have to have a Teaching assistant qualification as long as you can prove that you have been working with children in the last 2 years and have relevant experience.

You will be expected to have a sound knowledge of supporting children that demonstrate challenging behaviour and a good understanding of SEND.

The successful applicant will not only benefit from the support of a committed teaching and support staff but also be part of a team which is enthusiastically driving the school forward and building upon its achievements. Continued professional development will link to school priorities and personal needs.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info @senrecruitment.co.uk

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  • 05/07/19
  • SEND Teaching Assistant
  • Leigh

SEN Recruitment are looking for a passionate teaching assistant to work with a Y1 child with complex learning difficulties in a mainstream primary school.

The role involves supporting the child both inside and outside the classroom.

This student displays challenging behaviour and therefore a strong teaching assistant with experience of supporting children with SEND is important.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info@senrecruitment .co.uk

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  • Primary Teacher with SEND Experience
  • ST Helens

Are you a qualified teacher looking to develop your skill set in a rewarding primary school setting?Perhaps you are wanting to build your confidence working with SEND children?

Here at SEN Recruitment we are currently seeking knowledgeable and ambitious teachers for several of our mainstream provisions in and around the St Helens area. Working in mixed classes of mainstream and SEND children, this is an amazing opportunity for teachers looking to diversify their expertise and demonstrate their ability to create an inclusive classroom environment.

The ideal candidate will have previous experience encountering SEND and be able to
demonstrate this through their ability to plan, adapt and deliver lessons to suit these specifications.

Given the heavy influence on the children’s futures, we are looking for confident, caring and friendly applicants with skills and knowledge of a range of abilities. A full teaching qualification with QTS is essential.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

For more information about our opportunities supporting SEND in schools please send a CV via email/Indeed, or contact a member of our specialist SEN team on 01925 906 500.

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  • Behaviour teaching Assistant – Wigan
  • Wigan

SEN Recruitment are looking for a Teaching assistant to work 1:1 with a child that suffers from Emotional and Social Mental Health issues, awaiting to be to be assessed for a EHCP in a Wigan Primary school

Preferably you will also have experience of working in schools and be of a caring and emphatic nature. You do not necessarily have to have a Teaching assistant qualification as long as you can prove that you have been working with children in the last 2 years and have relevant experience.

You will be expected to have a sound knowledge of supporting children that demonstrate challenging behaviour and a good understanding of SEND.

The Headteacher is looking for someone who can demonstrate sensitivity whilst working with others and have good interpersonal skills.

The successful applicant will not only benefit from the support of a committed teaching and support staff but also be part of a team which is enthusiastically driving the school forward and building upon its achievements. Continued professional development will link to school priorities and personal needs.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info@senrecruitment .co.uk 01925 906500

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  • Primary Teacher
  • London Bridge Station

Job Description

SEN Recruitment are currently recruiting for a qualified Primary Teacher with an SEND Specialism. In the ideal candidate will have knowledge and experience in working with children of all abilities in an inclusive learning environment.

This inclusive primary school has a highly motivated and experienced team of professionals who strive to provide a fun stimulating learning environment that is accessible to all pupils.

The school has a high percentage of children with SEND and has a real emphasis on inclusive learning across the school to promote confidence and achievement for all pupils.

The successful applicant will be a good team player, passionate and dynamic both in their personality and their approach to teaching. They will be confident and able to liaise with parents, teaching assistants and other professionals.

NQT’s are welcome to apply.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • SEND FE Teachers needed- to start after September
  • London

Job Description

SEN Recruitment are looking to recruit two experienced SEND FE teachers for an aspiring post 16 college in the Middlesex area of London.

The college provides care and education for 16- 25-year-old individuals with various needs including PMLD, MLD, SLD, ASD and complex medical needs. This will be a full time with a September start.

This is an inclusive and well thought of FE SEND provision who are looking for a committed and successful practitioner to join their motivated and inclusive team. The school prides itself on being supportive, driven and successful teaching and management team.

The successful Teacher will have excellent knowledge of working with children in SEND Education and FE, and ideally will have more than 3 years’ experience working with children with severe needs.

To be considered for this position you must:

  • Have experience teaching children in secondary education and/or Further Education (FE)
  • Hold QTS/QTLS
  • Have a genuine desire to become part of a committed team of SEN School Staff
  • Have a passion for teaching with the ability to plan and deliver inspiring lessons
  • Have excellent knowledge of relevant curriculum and P-levels.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND schools please contact a member of our team on 01925 906500 or email an up to date CV.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS.

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  • Complex Medical Needs Support
  • Manchester

Job Description

SEN Recruitment are working with a client in Runcorn who require a specialist trained Support Worker to support a Y7 pupil from September. The pupil has medical needs relating to the digestive system so a qualified support with training in Catheters is essential. If you have recent and relevant care training with use of Catheters and other medical needs then please get in touch!

The role is 5 days a week from 10am-2pm and consistency is essential due to the nature of the needs of the young person.

Ideal candidates will:

  • Have experience working with Medical Needs
  • Have training in the use of Catheters
  • Have experience working with profound SEND
  • Are a passionate and nurturing individual
  • Have full time availability from September
  • Hold a DBS on the update service or be willing to apply for one

For further information regarding this role or to register your interest please call 01925 906 500 or reply to this vacancy with a copy of your CV.

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  • SEND Teacher
  • Holmes Chapel, Cheshire

Job Description

Do you have experience in teaching SEND children?

Are you a driven, passionate and enthusiastic?

SEN Recruitment are working alongside a school in the Cheshire region to appoint a SEND teacher. The school has a dedication and a passion for providing and education for young challenged children to enable them to grow and achieve in and after school. The potential candidate will share their passion for SEND and strive to provide children with the best possible support.

The perfect candidate will be working with children who require extra care and attention with such challenges such as ADD/ASD/EBD and ODD. Hence the ideal candidate will have a strong understanding of the challenges that these pupils face.

A Strong candidate will also be able to coordinate with teaching assistants to create a nurturing and engaging working environment that encourages pupils to grow and learn. Candidates will need to be patient and strong to make decisions and provide safe learning environments. Showing care and attention and being able to adapt to new and challenging situations is key to being successful in this role. Being creative and bringing enjoyment to teaching lessons that will develop SEND children but at the same time give them enjoyment and satisfaction will be key to being successful.

If considered, all candidates will be subject to a face-to-face interview, will need to provide references covering the last 2 years and must be cleared for a Full Enhanced DBS with the Update Service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info@senrecruitment. co.uk or 01925 906500

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  • SEND Teaching Assistant
  • Holmes chapel, Cheshire

Job Description

Have you worked with SEND children before?

Are you looking for work that is rewarding and gratifying?

SEN recruitment are looking to appoint a passionate and enthusiastic SEND teaching assistant on behalf of a school in the Crewe area. The School is looking for candidates to have at least a Level 2 in supporting teaching and learning. Being able to help with EAL would be desirable but not necessary.

SEN recruitment is a fast-growing business who has a passion for helping children with challenges and working alongside 70 schools we aid them to appoint the perfect candidate for their children. Our aim is to provide schools and children with the support they require to progress and develop in safe working environments.

Job Type Temp/Perm.

The ideal candidate will have worked with SEND pupils, be able to work effectively in a team and be able to motivate and engage pupils to complete tasks. The right candidate will be confident working with KS1 and KS2 pupils.

Candidates must have either DBS on the update service or register for a full DBS and have 2 references for the last 2 years or work.

For more information about SEN Recruitment or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info@senrecruitment. co.uk or 01925 906500

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  • Specialist Braille Teaching Assistant
  • Salford

Job Description

Are you a fully qualified Teaching Assistant with experience of Braille reading and writing?

If so then we need you!

SEN Recruitment are currently working with a client in Salford who are looking for a TA to support a young child in Y2 with Visual Impairments and ASD. The role begins in September and is full time ( 5 days a week). If you have a solid understanding of working with Visual Impairments and are available from September to commit to this role then please get in touch ASAP.

Ideal Candidates Will:

  • Have a DBS on the update service or be willing to apply for one
  • Have experience and qualifications working with Children or Young People
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 2 references to cover the last 2 years employment
  • Be a passionate individual with a desire to make a difference in the lives of children and young people with SEND

To apply for this post simply send your CV to us or call 01925 906 500

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  • Specialist Behavior Tutor (1:1)
  • Wigan

Job Description

Are you a fresh off the block graduate looking to explore your passion for teaching SEMH children? Or perhaps you’re a current teacherlooking for an opportunity to enhance your skills in a flexible, fulfilling setting?

Here at SEN Recruitment we are looking for specialist SEND tutors pursuing a career educating and supporting children with ADHD, ASD, and Social and Emotional Mental Health Difficulties on a 1:1basis.

Given the flexible nature of this role, the chosen candidates will be given more independence than in a classroom environment, therefore allowing more room for a bespoke curriculum centered around the child and their interests.

This role is ideal for those looking to build on their experience with disengaged children, who aim to make a difference to their lives, and can see themselves working with them in the future.

The successful applicant will also benefit from the support of a committed SEND team of tutors to brainstorm and share ideas.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact a member of our specialist SEND team at 01925 906 500 or send in a CV.

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  • Special Educational Needs Teacher
  • Manchester

Job Description

Special educational needs teacher required!

SEN recruitment needs a person who is fully trained and is experienced in SEND. we are looking for high quality teachers who are passionate and driven about working with additional needs. We would love you to be able to form strong relationships with the children and help them reach there full potential.as a specialist teacher you will need to be caring patient and friendly and have a good understanding of the national curriculum. You must also have QTS and a relevant degree.

Applicants must have:

  • An enhanced DBS registered with the update service
  • Have experience working with children with learning disabilities
  • Have a wide range of training related to SEN
  • Have full time availability from September
  • Are a passionate and nurturing individual

If you are interested in the above, then please submit your cv to us or call 01925 906500

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  • Specialist SEMH Support Worker – September
  • Salford

Job Description

SEN Recruitment are supporting a Primary School in Salford with their specialist Resource Provision. The provision is set up for EYFS – KS1 children with SEMH and a candidate with clear understanding of the National Curriculum and how children with SEMH needs work is essential.

This role will entail an element of intervention delivery through pre-planned lessons provided by the Provision Lead Teacher, therefore, someone with clear understanding of boundaries, behaviour management and interventions is also ideal.

Applicants interested in this position must have a DBS on the online update service, be available full time immediately and be able to provide a minimum of 2 references to cover the last 2 years employment history.

If you are interested in this role please apply through indeed or call 01925 906 500

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  • SEN/EAL Teaching Assistant
  • Crewe

Job Description

Have you worked with SEND/EAL children before?

Are you looking for work that is rewarding and gratifying?

SEN recruitment are looking to appoint a passionate and enthusiastic SEND teaching assistant in the Crewe Area. The School is looking for candidates to have at least a Level 2 in supporting teaching and learning. Being able to help with EAL would be desirable but not necessary.

SEN recruitment is a fast-growing business who has a passion for helping children with challenges and working alongside 70 schools we aid them to appoint the perfect candidate for their children. Our aim is to provide schools and children with the support they require to progress and develop in safe working environments.

The ideal candidate will have worked with SEND pupils, be able to work effectively in a team and be able to motivate and engage pupils to complete tasks. The right candidate will be confident working with KS1 and KS2 pupils.

Candidates must have either DBS on the update service or register for a full DBS and have 2 references for the last 2 years or work.

Job Type Temp/Perm.

For more information about SEN Recruitment or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info@senrecruitment. co.uk or 01925 906500

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  • 1:1 Tuition for Disengaged Children SEN Recruitment – Leigh, Lancashire
  • Leigh

Are you a fresh off the block graduate looking to explore your passion for teaching SEMH children? Or perhaps you’re a current teacherlooking for an opportunity to enhance your skills in a flexible, fulfilling setting?

Here at SEN Recruitment we are looking for specialist SEND tutors pursuing a career educating and supporting children with ADHD, ASD, and Social and Emotional Mental Health Difficulties on a 1:1 basis.

Given the flexible nature of this role, the chosen candidates will be given more independence than in a classroom environment, therefore allowing more room for a bespoke curriculum centered around the child and their interests.

This role is ideal for those looking to build on their experience with disengaged children, who aim to make a difference to their lives, and can see themselves working with them in the future.

The successful applicant will also benefit from the support of a committed SEND team of tutors to brainstorm and share ideas.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact a member of our specialist SEND team at 01925 906 500 or send in a CV.

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  • 18/06/19
  • Part Time Teaching Assistant – Wilmslow – September 2019

SEN Recruitment are working with a delightful Mainstream Primary School in Wilmslow who are looking for a Part Time EYFS Teaching Assistant to start 2 days a week on a Thursday and Friday from September 2019.

The school vision is one of high expectations for academic success, behaviour and fun! They offer wider opportunities outside of the curriculum to ensure students have the opportunity to explore wider areas of learning. In addition to this there are also centrally themed “experiences” for students to be a part of within the local community.

The role requires full commitment from all who apply and a solid reference, employment and clearance history is essential. If you have experience working in the EYFS, are looking for a part time opportunity from September and are fully committed with an outstanding attendance record then please get in touch ASAP!

The ideal candidate will:

  • Hold a relevant support or TA qualification L2 or above
  • Be available from September 2019 or sooner
  • Have an outstanding attendance record
  • Be a passionate EYFS practitioner who will support learners in their education
  • Be comfortable supporting with personal care if required
  • Have experience working in the EYFS or in schools
  • Be able to provide 2 references to cover the last 2 years
  • Have a DBS on the update service or be willing to apply for one

If you are interested in this role please call 01926 906 500 or email your CV to us!

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  • 13/05/19
  • Specialist ICT Teacher – for SEMH School in Warrington – Immediate Start
  • Warrington, Cheshire

SEN Recruitment are working with a Specialist SEMH school in Warrington that looks after children and young people from KS2 – KS4 with SEBD and SEMH needs.

Our client is looking for an ICT Teacher to start immediately, full time and permanent. This role may also include some Maths teaching although this is not essential. If you have experience teaching ICT to GCSE and are resilient and dedicated to the consistency of care in education then please get in touch! Due to the nature of the children, a committed and resilient practitioner is required as you may experience challenging, aggressive or anti-social behaviour.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Be able to teach ICT to GCSE or above
  • Hold QTS or QTLS
  • Be comfortable working as part of a team
  • Have a child centered approach and understand special care provision
  • Hold Team Teach training (ideal but not essential)

As this role is to start immediately – only candidates with a current DBS on the online update service, 2 recent and relevant references and immediate availability will be considered for registration.

For further information or to register your interest please get in touch on 01925 906 500 or email a copy of your CV to us through our website.

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  • 26/04/19
  • Specialist Science Teacher – Immediate Start
  • Oldham, Greater Manchester

SEN Recruitment are working with a school in Oldham who are a specialist ASD provision. The client is looking for an urgent Science teacher to start ASAP for a 6 week sickness absence.

If you are a Science specialist with experience teaching ASD children and are available to start immediately then please get in touch on 01925 906 500.

The ideal candidate will:

teach KS3 and KS4 Science at all disciplines: Biology, Chemistry and Physics

teach GCSE and iGCSE qualifications at KS4

have excellent behaviour management skills

have an understanding of students with ASD/communication difficulties

If you fit the above criteria and have a DBS on the update service please get in touch!

This role is a TEMPORARY ROLE for a period of 6 weeks but the school does have alternative roles coming up for September

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  • 03/04/19
  • Moving and Handling Specialist – Irlam
  • Irlam, Salford

We are currently working with a Mainstream Primary School in Irlam who are in urgent need of high quality SEND staff to work with some of their most complex children. The school has a high level of SEND and a lot of the needs are related to ASD, CLD, SLD.

Teaching Assistants or Support Workers with Moving and Handling training are ideal for this school and as we are new to working with them SEN Recruitment is on the look out for high quality support staff with experience of using hoists, wheelchairs, standing frames and any other resources relevant to moving and handling. If you have this experience and are available immediately then please get in touch ASAP! Initially these roles are short term and ad hoc however could become long term and permanent for the right person.

Ideal candidates will:

  • Have a DBS on the online update service
  • Be available immediately
  • Have experience working with SEND children, young people or adults
  • Be a passionate and dedicated individual who is reliable and committed
  • Hold Moving and Handling training or an equivalent
  • Be comfortable providing personal care where required

To register your interest or request a call back, please get in touch via the website or call 01925 906 500!

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  • 21/03/19
  • Teaching Assistant (ASD Specialism)
  • Newton-le-Willows

Are you an ambitious teaching assistant looking for the right role to dedicate yourself to? Perhaps you are a recent graduate or experienced nursery nurse looking to apply your skills and knowledge in a rewarding, special needs setting?

Here at SEN Recruitment we are currently seeking a knowledgeable SEND TA for several of our mainstream and special needs provisions in the Newton-le-Willows area. With an emphasis on communication and behaviour management, you will have the opportunity to work on a 1:1 basis, or in close groups, developing relationships and building their independence and confidence through a bespoke curriculum.

Given the influence on the child’s development during this sensitive stage of their lives, we are looking for confident, caring and friendly individuals with existing skills and knowledge related to the Autistic Spectrum, along with some previous experience working with children or young adults.

We are offering numerous positions within some of the most state-of-the-art provisions in Merseyside who boast an experienced specialist support team and up-to-date facilities. Therefore, this is a great opportunity for those looking to further their careers working with ASD children.

Experience with PECS and other communication aids will also come as a huge advantage.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

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  • 19/03/19
  • SEND Teacher (FE), London
  • Middlesex, London

 

SEN Recruitment are looking to recruit two experienced SEND FE teachers for an aspiring post-16 college in the Middlesex area of London.

The college provides care and education for 16-25 year-old individuals with various needs including PMLD, MLD, SLD, ASD and complex medical needs. This will be a full time position, commencing after the Easter half-term.

As a prestigious SEND provision, the client is looking for a committed and successful practitioner to join their motivated and inclusive team. The college boasts a supportive, driven and successful  team of specialists, who embody a positive and independence focus approach to learning.

The chosen applicant will have excellent knowledge of working with children in SEND Education and FE, and ideally will have more than 3 years’ experience working with children with severe needs.

To be considered for this position you must:

  • Have experience teaching children in secondary education and/or Further Education (FE)
  • Hold QTS/QTLS
  • Have a genuine desire to become part of a committed team of SEN School Staff
  • Have a passion for teaching with the ability to plan and deliver inspiring lessons
  • Have excellent knowledge of relevant curriculum and P-levels.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND schools please contact a member of our team on 01925 906500 or email an up to date CV.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS.

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  • SEMH Primary Teacher
  • St Helens

SEMH

 

Are you a qualified teacher looking to test your existing skill set in a rewarding special needs setting? Perhaps you are a recent graduate looking to explore your passion for SEND?

Here at SEN Recruitment, we are currently seeking knowledgeable SEND teachers for several of our mainstream and SEND provisions in and around the St Helens area. Working with individuals suffering from social, emotional and mental health issues as well as attachment difficulties, the ideal candidate will have previous experience working with challenging behaviour and be able to demonstrate this through their ability to plan, adapt and deliver lessons to suit these specifications.

Given the heavy influence on the children’s futures, we are looking for confident, caring and friendly applicants with skills and knowledge relating to a range of abilities.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact a member of our specialist SEND team on 01925 906 500 or send a CV to info@senrecruitment.co.uk

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  • 07/03/19
  • SEN Primary Teacher
  • Trafford

Are you a qualified teacher looking for an opportunity to enhance your skills in a rewarding special needs setting?

Here at SEN Recruitment, we are seeking an enthusiastic, passionate and experienced primary trained teacher. The role is to begin with immediate effect and is a long term role.

If successful you will lead an SEN class within a mainstream Primary School. The needs of the children are mainly speech, language and communication. Therefore an in-depth knowledge of communication aids and how to differentiate lesson material for individual learner needs is essential for this role.

Unfortunately we cannot accept applications from NQT’s due to the school needing an experienced SEN teacher.

If you have full time availability, immediately and are extremely passionate about helping young children with SEND succeed then this role is for you.

All successful candidates will have full QTS, a Passion for Teaching and Learning, Creative ideas and wants to make a difference in children’s lives.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info@senrecruitment.co.uk or 01925 906500

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

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  • 27/02/19
  • Experienced Recruitment Consultant Role
  • Warrignton

SEN Recruitment are a growing leading recruitment company within the SEND Sector of education. We are seeking an experienced recruitment consultant to join our expanding team in Warrington and would like to hear from you if you are seeking an opportunity to be part of an exciting business where you can really shine and show your talent with a warm desk. At SEN Recruitment, we strive for excellence and know no limits when it comes to building business within our field. We are experts in maximising business opportunities in a niche market where we share our knowledge and build strong relationships with clients that share our ethos in providing the best people to work with children with Special Needs and Disabilities.

We are a company who prides ourselves in working in such a specialist field where we can really make a difference in the lives of children and young adults with special needs and disabilities, as well as benefiting from the financial rewards by reaping the benefits of hard work and determination. Our team is important to us and we are looking for someone who is personable and passionate about their work.

This role is fast paced, fun and challenging and you will need to have a real desire to hit and exceed KPI’S, will go above and beyond to ensure you are successful in your role and be part of an exciting time of growth within the business.

You will be hard working, able to multi task and prioritise work load and most importantly, maintain exceptional standards in all areas of your role to meet the expectations of the business.

We are looking for someone who enjoys sales and the excitement of steering your own destiny when it comes to creating business opportunities that lead to great commission and job satisfaction.

These roles comprise of the following key responsibilities:

Clients

  • Contacting new and existing clients to get to know their staffing requirements as well as the needs of the children/young people they support
  • Building relationships with new clients that last and nurturing those relationships with commitment and honesty
  • Understanding the needs of your schools/provisions through careful listening and provision of tailor-made solutions from highly skilled candidates

Candidates

  • Attraction, selection and interview processes of suitable candidates to meet the needs and demands of your clients, focusing on certain skills and attributes to meet the demands of the provisions we work with
  • Communication – top give a positive candidate experience
  • Establishing loyal and respectful relationships with candidates to support their career aims
  • Providing suitable work opportunities that meet your candidates’ skills sets and expectations

 To join us you will need to be:

  • Self-motivated
  • Personable
  • Passionate
  • Driven
  • Enthusiastic
  • Able to grow trusted relationships with both candidates and clients
  • Persistent
  • A strong desire to be successful
  • A good team player

In return we offer an excellent salary and benefits package including:

  • An uncapped transparent commission scheme – the sky is the limit!
  • A warm desk of existing clients
  • 30 days annual leave plus bank holidays
  • *Pension
  • *Health Insurance (on successful completion of probation period)
  • Ongoing training and development
  • High-achiever reward and ongoing incentives
  • Full driving licence is preferred but not essential

Desirable Experience

  • Experience in a sales-focused role (e.g. Recruitment, Estate Agency, Travel Agency, Advertising Sales, Hospitality, Banking, Finance etc) showing a confident and professional approach
  • Experience in delivering outstanding quality and service in a customer-facing environment
  • Passion for achieving consistent results
  • Ability to show that you can work as part of a team striving to achieve continued success
  • A desire to grow in your role in a growing company
  • Self-disciplined

If you are looking for that next challenge and step in your recruitment career where you can be part of a company that are passionate about what we have achieved and what our brand stands for – call Beth or Alison on 07710439454 or email an up to date CV.

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  • 04/02/19
  • Science Teacher- Oldham (immediate start)
  • Oldham

Here at SEN Recruitment we are seeking an experienced, enthusiastic and passionate qualified Secondary Science Teacher. We are working on behalf of an OFSTED outstanding ASD provision in the Oldham area. It is essential that applicants have experience supporting and teaching Children with ASD.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Hold Qualified Teacher’s Status,
  • have excellent organisational skills,
  • be able to lead a successful team of teaching assistants,
  • have strong behaviour management skills,
  • be able to plan and deliverer a differentiated curriculum to meet the needs of children working at a range of levels

Your responsibilities as a class teacher will be:

  • To teach KS3 and KS4 Science at all disciplines: Biology, Chemistry and Physics
  • To teach GCSE and iGCSE qualifications at KS4
  • To have an excellent understanding of students with ASD/communication difficulties

This post is to begin on 11th February for long-term sick absence.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND schools please contact a member of our team on 01925 906500 or email an up to date CV.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS.

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  • 21/01/19
  • Residential Support Worker Vacancies
  • Crewe

Are you an ambitious support worker looking to apply your skills in one of the most rewarding educational settings? Or perhaps you are a teaching assistant or nursery worker looking to explore your passion for SEND?

Here at SEN Recruitment we are currently seeking a knowledgeable SEND Residential Support Worker for one of our leading autistic provisions, supporting children and young adults in the Crewe area. We are looking for a confident, caring and friendly applicant with a passion and desire to support the residents with mild to severe learning difficulties of autism and other related needs.

The perfect applicant will be able to inspire and motivate the students through their communication, independence and developing important life skills through activity and community-based learning. Applicants must be passionate about providing care and support, having the right attitude to be a valuable member of a highly motivated talented team of professionals.

The role involves working shifts over a 7-day week which includes evenings and weekends.

Experience working within a range of SEND is looked upon favourably, autism in particular. However, full training will be provided to successful applicants who are committed to providing a quality caring service that will enhance the lives of these young people.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Residential Support Worker Opportunity
  • Winsford

Are you an ambitious support worker looking to apply your skills in one of the most rewarding educational settings? Or perhaps you are a teaching assistant or nursery worker looking to explore your passion for SEND?

Here at SEN Recruitment we are currently seeking a knowledgeable SEND Residential Support Worker for one of our leading autistic provisions, supporting children and young adults in the Winsford area. We are looking for a confident, caring and friendly applicant with a passion and desire to support the residents with mild to severe learning difficulties of autism and other related needs.

The perfect applicant will be able to inspire and motivate the students through their communication, independence and developing important life skills through activity and community-based learning. Applicants must be passionate about providing care and support, having the right attitude to be a valuable member of a highly motivated talented team of professionals.

The role involves working shifts over a 7-day week which includes evenings and weekends.

Experience working within a range of SEND is looked upon favourably, autism in particular. However, full training will be provided to successful applicants who are committed to providing a quality caring service that will enhance the lives of these young people.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Children’s Residential Support Worker
  • Northwich

Are you an ambitious support worker looking to apply your skills in one of the most rewarding educational settings? Or perhaps you are a teaching assistant or nursery worker looking to explore your passion for SEND?

Here at SEN Recruitment we are currently seeking a knowledgeable SEND Residential Support Worker for one of our leading autistic provisions, supporting children and young adults in the Northwich area. We are looking for a confident, caring and friendly applicant with a passion and desire to support the residents with mild to severe learning difficulties of autism and other related needs.

The perfect applicant will be able to inspire and motivate the students through their communication, independence and developing important life skills through activity and community-based learning. Applicants must be passionate about providing care and support, having the right attitude to be a valuable member of a highly motivated talented team of professionals.

The role involves working shifts over a 7-day week which includes evenings and weekends.

Experience working within a range of SEND is looked upon favourably, autism in particular. However, full training will be provided to successful applicants who are committed to providing a quality caring service that will enhance the lives of these young people.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

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  • 18/01/19
  • Level 2 Teaching Assistant
  • Cheadle Hulme

Here at SEN Recruitment we are seeking to employ a driven and passionate Teaching Assistant with an SEN specialism to support children in a mainstream Primary school in the Cheadle Hulme area.

The school is looking to appoint several Teaching Assistants with an excellent knowledge of SLDs in education.

Knowledge of the any of the following would be hugely beneficial:

  • Makaton
  • PECS
  • Behavioural Techniques
  • Team Teach
  • BSL

A successful candidate will need to be confident in the classroom environment, be willing to work autonomously and be consistent with the children in their care.

In addition, it is essential that candidates for these roles have full availability Monday to Friday During school hours.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role, please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Secondary Teacher
  • Oldham

Are you looking for a challenging yet rewarding role where you can make a real difference?

Are you a dedicated and resilient Secondary Teacher with a real passion for Special Educational Needs?

SEN recruitment are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, strong and confident teacher to teach in an Outstanding SEN Secondary school in the Oldham area that provides excellent standards of care and education for the children in their care.

The successful applicant will have experience of teaching children with SEND.

This role is open to all qualified teachers, including NQT’s. This is a fantastic long-term opportunity to work in a thriving school with the potential for other career opportunities within school for the right candidate.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Hold Qualified Teacher’s Status,
  • have excellent organisational skills,
  • be able to lead a successful team of teaching assistants,
  • have strong behaviour management skills,
  • be able to plan and deliverer a differentiated curriculum to meet the needs of children working at a range of levels

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND schools please contact a member of our team on 01925 906500 or email an up to date CV.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS.

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  • Primary Teacher
  • Oldham

Here at SEN Recruitment we are looking to employ a Primary trained teacher for one of our Oldham Provisions with a passion and drive to help children with SEND to succeed and be the best that they can be.

To be considered for this position you must:

  • Have experience teaching children in Primary,
  • Hold Qualified Teacher Status,
  • Have a genuine desire to become part of a committed team of School Staff,
  • Have a passion for teaching with the ability to plan and deliver inspiring lessons,
  • to be able to differentiate your lesson material at many levels to suit the needs of the children in your care,
  • Have excellent knowledge of relevant curriculum and P-levels,
  • Have knowledge and experience of using both sensory and communication aids.

NQTs will be considered for this post.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting schools and their SEND needs please contact a member of our team on 01925 906500 or email an up to date CV.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS.

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  • ASD Specialist Teaching Assistants
  • Oldham

Are you specialist teaching assistant with the passion and drive for helping children with SEND?

SEN Recruitment are working in partnership with a ASD provision in the Oldham area who are looking for a resilient and passionate Teaching Assistant to work 1:1 and in small groups with children with ASD which can often present as challenging behaviour.

All applicants must have a passion for SEND and have an excellent knowledge of ASD in education, as well as experience and knowledge of PECS in order to promote speech and language.

Additionally, it is essential that applicants are available to work Monday-Friday during school hours, so that the school and child get the vital consistency they need.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role, please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Special Needs Teaching Assistant
  • Wythenshawe, Greater Manchester

Are you passionate about all things Special Educational Needs?

Have you got at least one years’ experience working with SEND children?

Here at SEN Recruitment we are seeking to employ specialists in this area. We are working on behalf of a Primary school in the Wythenshawe area who wish to recruit a Teaching Assistant who have experience supporting children with Speech and Language difficulties, ASD and Attachment Difficulties.

It is essential that all applicants have at least one years’ experience working with Children with SEND in an educational setting.

Additionally, it is important that applicants are available to work Monday-Friday during school hours, so that the school and child get the vital consistency they need.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role, please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Specialist SEN Teaching Assistant
  • Handforth, Cheshire

Have you got at least two years experience working as an SEND Teaching Assistant?

Are you passionate about all things Special Educational Needs?

Here at SEN Recruitment we are looking to employ specialists in this area. We are working on behalf of a Primary school in the Handforth area who wish to employ Teaching Assistants who have experience and knowledge supporting the following needs;

  • Speech and Language Difficulties,
  • ASD,
  • ADHD,
  • Attachment issues

Additionally, it is important that applicants are available to work Monday-Friday during school hours, so that the school and child get the vital consistency they need.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role, please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • 21/12/18
  • SEN FE Teacher
  • Swinton

SEN Recruitment are looking to appoint a full time SEN FE Teacher to join a successful support team and to work in a local SEND provision in the Swinton area. This school provides care and education for 18- 25-year-old individuals with complex needs. This will be a full time, Special Educational Needs Teacher role starting in 2019.

This is an inclusive and well thought of FE SEND provision who are looking for a committed and successful practitioner to join their motivated and inclusive team. The school prides itself on being supportive, driven and successful teaching and management team.

The successful Teacher will have excellent knowledge of working with children in SEND Education and FE, and ideally will have more than 3 years’ experience working with children with severe needs.

To be considered for this position you must:

  • Have experience teaching children in secondary education and/or Further Education (FE)
  • Hold QTS
  • Have a genuine desire to become part of a committed team of SEN School Staff
  • Have a passion for teaching with the ability to plan and deliver inspiring lessons
  • Have excellent knowledge of relevant curriculum and P-levels.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND schools please contact a member of our team on 01925 906500 or email an up to date CV.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS.

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  • 14/12/18
  • SEN School Teaching Assistant
  • Bolton

Here at SEN Recruitment we are seeking to employ a driven and passionate Teaching Assistant with an SEN specialism.

We are providing support for a Specialist SEN schools in the Bolton area. Our school is looking to appoint several Teaching Assistants with an excellent knowledge of SEN and education.

Knowledge of the any of the following would be hugely beneficial:

  • Makaton
  • PECS
  • Behavioural Techniques
  • Team Teach
  • BSL
  • Safeguarding

A successful candidate will need to be confident in the classroom environment, be willing to work autonomously and be consistent with the children in their care.

In addition, it is essential that candidates for these roles have full availability Monday to Friday During school hours.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role, please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • SEND Secondary Teacher
  • Manchester

Are you a dedicated and resilient Secondary Teacher with a real passion for Special Educational Needs? Are you looking for a challenging yet rewarding role where you can make a real difference?

SEN recruitment we are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, strong and confident teacher to teach in a Mainstream Secondary school in the Manchester area that provides excellent standards of care and education for the children in their care.

The successful applicant will have experience of teaching children with SEND.

This role is open to all qualified teachers, including NQT’s. This is a fantastic long-term opportunity starting in January 2018 to work in a thriving school with the potential for other career opportunities within school for the right candidate.

The ideal candidate will:

  • have good organisational skills
  • be able to lead a successful team of teaching assistants
  • have strong behaviour management skills
  • be able to plan and deliverer a differentiated curriculum to meet the needs of children working at a range of levels

Successful candidates will have full QTS, a Passion for Teaching and Learning, Creative ideas and wants to make a difference in the lives of children with SEND.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND schools please contact a member of our team on 01925 906500 or email an up to date CV.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS.

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  • SEND Primary Teacher
  • Manchester

SEN recruitment we are seeking to appoint a dedicated, enthusiastic and confident teacher to teach in a Mainstream Primary school in the South Manchester area that provides excellent standards of care and education.

This school has high levels of SEND children. As a result, the successful applicant will have experience of teaching and supporting children with SEND.

This role is open to all qualified teachers, including NQT’s. This is a fantastic long-term opportunity starting in January 2018 to work in a school with huge potential for other career opportunities for the right candidate.

The ideal candidate will have excellent organisational skills, be able to lead a successful team of teaching assistants, be able to plan and deliverer a differentiated curriculum to meet the needs of children working at a range of levels and have a sound knowledge of SEND within education.

Successful candidates will have full QTS, a Passion for Teaching and Learning, Creative ideas and wants to make a difference in the lives of children with SEND.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND schools please contact a member of our team on 01925 906500 or email an up to date CV.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS.

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  • SEND teaching assistant with FE experience
  • Manchester

Are you a passionate Teaching Assistant with experience helping young adults within an FE setting?

Have you got experience working with young adults with SEND?

Here at SEN recruitment we have an exciting opportunity for a dedicated, resilient and knowledgeable Teaching Assistant. We are working in partnership with a college in the Manchester area which provides an excellent curriculum for 16-25 year old’s with SEND.

All applicants must be available to work Monday-Friday during school hours.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND schools please contact a member of our team on 01925 906500 or email an up to date CV.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS.

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  • Teaching Assistant with ASD experience
  • Salford

Here at SEN Recruitment we are seeking look to employ a Teaching Assistant with experience of working with children with Autism

SEN Recruitment are working in partnership with a Primary School in the Salford area who are looking for a resilient and passionate Teaching Assistant to work 1:1 with a child with ASD which can often present as challenging behaviour.

All applicants must have a passion for SEND and have an excellent knowledge of ASD and education, as well as experience and knowledge of PECS in order to promote speech and language.

Additionally, it is essential that applicants are available to work Monday-Friday during school hours, so that the school and child get the vital consistency they need.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role, please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • SEND Teaching Assistant
  • Manchester

Here at SEN Recruitment we are seeking to employ a driven and passionate Teaching Assistant with an SEN specialism.

We are providing support for a SEN school in the Manchester area. The Head Teacher is looking to appoint two Teaching Assistants with an excellent knowledge of SLD, ASD and SEMH in education.

Knowledge of the any of the following would be hugely beneficial:

  • Makaton
  • PECS
  • Behavioural Techniques
  • Mental Health training

A successful candidate will need to be confident in the classroom environment, be willing to work autonomously and be consistent with the children in their care.

In addition, it is essential that candidates for these roles have full availability Monday to Friday During school hours.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role, please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • 06/12/18
  • SEND Teaching Assistant/Support Worker Role
  • Weaverham

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Are you an ambitious teaching assistant looking to develop your skills in a stimulating, exciting setting? Or perhaps you are a recent graduate or support worker looking for an opportunity to explore your passion for SEND?

At SEN Recruitment, we are currently seeking knowledgeable SEND TAs for one of our ‘Outstanding’ (Ofsted, 2018) provisions that supports pupils aged 2-19 within the Northwich area.

We are looking for self-confident, caring and friendly applicants with the passion and desire to support young people with mild to severe learning difficulties including ASD, SLD, MLD and PMLD. The school prides itself on its high standards and quality of teaching, promoting ‘positive attitudes’ and ‘encouraging confidence’ to unlock the full potential of each pupil. Applicants must be enthusiastic about providing education and support, upholding the correct attitude to become a valuable member of a highly motivated talented team of professionals.

Our client is looking for someone who has a passion for SEND with skills and knowledge of a range of abilities, along with some previous experience within a similar setting.

For more information on this role please send an up to date CV or call a member of our team on 01925 906500.

Please note – SEN Recruitment are committed to safeguarding children; therefore all applicants will be subject to a full enhanced DBS and satisfactory references

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  • 05/12/18
  • Behavioural Teaching assistant
  • Eccles

SEN Recruitment work closely with a PRU in the Eccles area. The School provides education to Pupils who have been excluded or otherwise unable to attend a mainstream or special maintained school. Applicants must have experience with challenging behaviour and Social Emotional and Mental health difficulties .

Due to the needs of the students it is vital that applicants have strong pastoral skills in order to build positive relationships and engage children in learning. Those who are TEAM TEACH trained would be most advantageous.

If you thrive in a challenging environment and want to make a difference to the lives of children with SEND this would be the ideal role.

The PRU are looking to build their amazing team of current teaching assistants, roles are on a temp to perm basis and this is a fantastic opportunity to be part of an amazing team of staff who all share the same child centred approach in the workplace.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact 01925 906500 or info@senrecruitment .co.uk

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  • Residential Support Worker (FE)
  • Winsford

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Are you an ambitious support worker looking to utilise your valuable skill set in one of the most rewarding educational settings? Or perhaps you are a teaching assistant or nursery worker looking to explore your passion for SEND?

Here at SEN Recruitment we are currently seeking a knowledgeable SEND Residential Support Worker for one of our leading autistic provisions, supporting young adults in the Winsford area. We are looking for a confident, caring and friendly applicant with a passion and desire to support the residents with mild to severe learning difficulties of autism and other related needs.

The perfect applicant will be able to inspire and motivate the students through their communication, independence and developing important life skills through activity and community-based learning. Applicants must be passionate about providing care and support, having the right attitude to be a valuable member of a highly motivated talented team of professionals.

The role involves working shifts over a 7-day week, presenting the opportunity to work evenings and weekends.

Experience working within a range of SEND is looked upon favourably, autism in particular. However, full training will be provided to successful applicants who are committed to providing a quality caring service that will enhance the lives of these young people.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Primary Tutor Warrington area
  • Warrington

Primary Tutor

 

SEN recruitment are currently seeking experienced Primary Trained Teachers to work on a 1:1 basis delivering KS1 and KS2 of the national curriculum.

The focus of this role is delivering Literacy and Numeracy and could be based both within the school or externally. The position will involve working with disengaged children and requires someone who is able to engage and motivate children to achieve their full potential.

The successful candidate will be able to effectively plan and differentiate in order to ensure the individual needs of the children are met.

Primary Teachers from a broad range of backgrounds will be considered however a full teaching qualification is essential and a full driving license would be desirable.

Please note all applicants are subjects to a face to face interview and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Primary Teacher with SEN experience- Bury

Are you a dedicated Primary Teacher with a real passion for Special Educational Needs?

Are you looking for a challenging yet rewarding role where you can make a real difference?

SEN recruitment we are seeking to appoint a passionate, resilient and enthusiastic teacher to teach in a main stream primary in the Prestwich area that provides excellent standards of care and education for children.

This school has a high percentage of SEND, therefore experience working with and differentiating for SEND children working at low P’Levels who also have speech and language difficulties is essential.

The role will be long term covering a maternity leave in a key stage 2 class.

This role is open to experienced qualified teachers, not including NQT’s. This is a fantastic long-term opportunity starting in January 2018 to work in an ‘outstanding’ special school, with the potential for other career opportunities within school for the right candidate.

The ideal candidate will:

  • be able to lead a successful team of teaching assistants
  • have strong behaviour management skills
  • be able to plan and deliverer a differentiated curriculum to meet the needs of children working at a range of levels
  • have a sound knowledge of PECS

Successful candidates will have full QTS, a Passion for Teaching and Learning, Creative ideas and wants to make a difference in the lives of children with SEND.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND schools please contact a member of our team on 01925 906500 or email an up to date CV.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS.

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  • KS2 Primary Teacher St Helens area
  • St Helens

Primary Teacher

 

Are you looking for primary teaching work in the St Helens area?

Do you have a passion for working with Special Educational Needs?

We are looking for a Ks2 teacher to work in a fantastic Primary School in St Helens. Experience teaching or supporting children in an SEND setting would be advantageous for this position.

The role is available to teachers at any stage in their career and we would welcome applications from both experienced teachers and NQT’s.

Within this role you can expect fantastic training and progression opportunities and the position is with a view to progressing on to a permanent contract within the school.

Due to the nature of the school there is a focus on SEND working and as such experience in working with a broad range of specific learning needs would be desirable. The school works with ASD, SEMH, MLD students to name but a few and as such empathy and a sensitive approach to the children’s needs is essential.

We are looking to appoint a teacher effective from December 2018.

All successful candidates will have full QTS, a Passion for Teaching and Learning, Creative ideas and wants to make a difference in children’s lives.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info@senrecruitment .co.uk

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

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  • Level 2 Teaching Assistant Cheshire
  • Cheshire

Teaching Assistant Level 2

 

SEN Recruitment are currently seeking a Teaching Assistant to support children at a Pupil Referral Unit. The role will involve supporting children in a SEND setting.

You will have experience working within a school and be able to demonstrate resilience and understanding of the children’s needs. The ability to work with both children presenting challenging behavior and SEMH is essential.

The Headteacher would like to appoint a candidate that will support and contribute to the continuing development of the school. Within this role you will be working as part of a team in supporting the delivery of lessons and school activities throughout the school day.

The right candidate will be passionate about making a difference to the lives of disadvantaged young people and will have strong communication skills and the ability to work effectively in a team environment.

Additionally, a sports or coaching background would be advantageous within this position.

This role has the potential to offer an immediate start for the right candidate.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info@senrecruitment .co.uk

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  • Secondary Teacher Liverpool
  • Liverpool

SEND Teacher

 

Are you a passionate secondary teacher?

Do you have experience working in a SEND setting?

We are currently recruiting for a fantastic school that specializes in SEND. The school supports children between the ages of 11-19 that have a wide range of needs including ASD, SLD and PMLD.

This outstanding Liverpool school works with a broad range of abilities therefore knowledge of P levels, previous experience in functional skills and experience delivering phonics would all be advantageous.

The head is keen to appoint a passionate teacher who can demonstrate patience, empathy, and resilience within their role. Within the role there will be many training and development for the right candidate and the possibility of permanent employment.

Candidates should be willing to support with personal care and to uphold the school’s ethos of treating all with dignity and respect.

The role has the potential for an immediate start and would also suit candidates available in the new year.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info@senrecruitment.co.uk

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  • Teaching Assistant in the Liverpool area
  • Liverpool

Teaching Assistant

 

SEN recruitment are seeking to appoint a teaching assistant to work in a specialist school with a focus around SEND. Experience in working with SEND specifically SLD, PMLD and ASD would be desirable.

The school works with a range of children and young people between the ages of 11-19 and candidates with a broad range of educational experience can be considered for the role.

The school has facilities including sensory and light rooms so experience working within this setting would be advantageous. The right candidate will have patience, empathy and a passion for working in a SEND setting.

This role requires the applicant to be happy to support with personal care and to uphold the school’s ethos of treating all with dignity and respect.

This role has the potential to offer an immediate start for the right candidate.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info@senrecruitment.co.uk

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  • SEND Teacher in the Warrington area
  • Warrington

Can you work effectively with children and young people in and SEND setting?

Are you passionate about SEND and wanting to work in a role where you can make a difference?

SEN recruitment are currently seeking candidates to teach in an outstanding school that works with children and young people between the ages of 2-19. The school supports learners with a range of SEN including SLD and complex needs.

The school has a variety of resources available to their learners including sensory and therapy rooms and knowledge of working within this type of environment would be extremely advantageous to applicants.

The curriculum supports young people in all stages of their education including P levels and the National Curriculum.

The right candidate will be able to demonstrate flexibility, resilience and a caring and understanding approach towards the children in their care. Additionally, a willingness to support staff with personal care is required in this role.

The role has the potential for an immediate start and would also suit candidates available in the new year.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

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  • Teaching Assistant role in the Warrington area
  • Warrington

Opportunity to work in a fantastic special school in the Warrington area.

The head teacher is looking to appoint a teaching assistant with the experience working in an SEND setting. The school works with children and young people between the ages of 2-19 and supports children with SLD and complex needs.

The school offers a range of support for the children in their care and the successful candidate will work as part of a team with other experienced staff in engaging children with a range of SEND in fun stimulating lessons. Experience in working 1-1 with SEND students with sensory needs would be a great advantage to the candidate.

A willingness to support personal care is a key aspect to this role. Other essential skills include being able to empathise with children and young people, excellent communication skills and the ability to work effectively as part of a team.

This role has the potential to offer an immediate start for the right candidate.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

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  • Level 3 Teaching Assistant with ASD specialism- Manchester

Here at SEN Recruitment we are seeking look to employ a Level 3 Teaching Assistant with experience of working with children with Autism

SEN Recruitment are working in partnership with a Primary School in the Manchester area who are looking for a resilient, passionate and dedicated Teaching Assistant to work 1:1 with a child with ASD which can often present as challenging behavior.

All applicants must have a passion for SEND and have an excellent knowledge of ASD and educationas well as experience and knowledge of PECS in order to promote speech and language.

Additionally, it is essential that applicants are available to work Monday-Friday during school hours, so that the school and child get the vital consistency they need.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role, please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • 30/11/18
  • SEND Teaching Assistant Level 3- Prestwich

Are you looking for an immediate start role?

Have you got a passion and drive to help children with SEND within a mainstream setting?

SEN Recruitment are supporting a mainstream primary school in the Prestwich area, the school needs more than one Teaching Assistant at Level 3 with SEND experience.

If successful, candidates will need to have a sound knowledge of working with children experiencing difficulties with ASD, ADHD, Speech Development issues and challenging behaviour.

You must be available to work full time Monday-Friday during school hours. This is a priority when applying for this post, in order to provide vital consistency for the children in your care.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info@senrecruitment .co.uk

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

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  • SEND Teaching Assistant/Support Worker- Cheadle Hulme

Have you got experience and in depth knowledge of how to help children with PMLD and SLD?

Have you worked in a school and/or care setting?

Are you passionate about SEND?

Here at SEN recruitment we are supporting a SEN school in the Cheadle area who have several roles to recruit for. It is essential that applicants have a solid knowledge of Physical disabilities and Severe Learning disabilities. In addition, having experience in a school and care setting is also essential.

All applicants must be available to work full time Monday-Friday during school hours. This is a priority when applying for this post, in order to provide vital consistency for the children in your care.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info@senrecruitment .co.uk

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

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  • 28/11/18
  • Experienced SEN Teaching Assistants- Radcliffe area

Are you experienced in working with SEND children at a Primary age?

Are you passionate about making a real difference to children’s education?

SEN Recruitment is working in partnership with a school in the Radcliffe area to provide two excellent Teaching Assistants within a Mainstream Primary.

The first role is to provide 1:1 support for boy in KS1 with speech development issues and ASD which can often present as challenging behaviour. It is essential that applicants have experience working with children with ASD and communication difficulties knowledge of sensory information would be benefical. It is also essential that applicants can act autonomously and have patience.

For the second role available, We are looking to recruit a Teaching assistant to help a KS2 girl with ADHD. This pupil would like support that is fun yet challenging and supportive of her needs. It is essential that an applicant has experience working with SEND children particularly children with ADHD. Having a warm, nurturing approach to assisting children is important.

All applicants must be available to work Monday- Friday during school hours to provide the vital consistency the children at this school need.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role, please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • SEN Teaching Assistant- Bury

Do you have a real drive and passion to help children with SEND?

Are you looking for a challenging and rewarding environment?

One of our Bury clients is looking for ASD and behaviour specialist to work with a complex child in the Bury area. The student is a KS1 student but is working to lower levels due to speech development delay and ASD difficulties. He struggles to engage so we are looking for someone who can make learning fun and has a good background of supporting children with ASD and behaviour issues.

This is a really rewarding role for the right candidate. All applicants must be available to work Monday- Friday during school hours.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info@senrecruitment .co.uk or 01925 906500

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  • Primary Teacher with SEN Specialism – Bolton

Here at SEN recruitment we are seeking to employ a passionate and resilient Teacher who thrives in a challenging environment. A successful application will have excellent planning techniques, being able to differentiate at many levels to ensure that all children in your care can succeed.

We are working on behalf of a Bury Primary School to find a creative and inspiring KS1 teacher that also has experience of either teaching or supporting children with SEND. This school offers excellent training and development opportunities.

This role is open to experienced and qualified teachers, not including NQT’s. This is a fantastic long-term opportunity to start in January 2018 with a view to go onto a permanent contract with the school.

The school has a high percentage of SEND students and therefore as much experience teaching and supporting children with specific learning needs would be hugely beneficial.

All successful candidates will have full QTS, a Passion for Teaching and Learning, Creative ideas and wants to make a difference in children’s lives.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info@senrecruitment .co.uk

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

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  • 06/11/18
  • 1:1 SEN Teaching Assistant role in Eccles
  • Eccles

Here at SEN Recruitment we are dedicated to all things special needs. We are looking for a passionate, caring and empathic Teaching Assistant to work at a school in the Eccles area. The job entails working 1:1 with a child who has Anxiety and Emotional, Social, Mental Health issues which can often present as challenging behaviour.

Experience working with SEND children is essential and experience working with SEMH is preferable. The ideal candidate will be able to build strong and professional relationships with the school, parents and children.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role, please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Mainstream SEN Teaching Assistant role in Salford

Here at SEN recruitment we are passionate about working with and helping vulnerable children and adults. Therefore, we are looking for a like-minded candidate who shares our ethos to join our dedicated team.

An opportunity has arisen for a dedicated and resilient SEN Teaching Assistant in a mainstream school in Salford. Your responsibilities will be to work 1:1 with a child in a Year 2 class who has complex needs. Your responsibilities will include, helping them within lessons and on a breaktime, using sensory aids to help the child to learn and cope.

The ideal candidate will possess the skills to be able to effectively build strong and long-lasting relationships to provide vital consistency for the school and children in your care.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role, please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • 01/11/18
  • Primary School Tutor in Manchester

Are you a qualified, passionate teacher who would enjoy teaching KS1 and KS2 subjects on a 1:1 basis?

Here at SEN Recruitment we have an exciting opportunity for a teacher to deliver lessons based on the National Curriculum. Teaching Literacy, Numeracy and Science sessions that are stimulating. These sessions can be both internally within the child’s school or externally dependent on the individuals needs.

A successful applicant will have the following responsibilities, interacting with schools, parents and other external agencies to provide the best education for each individual child. To engage children who have disengaged academically which should be done by differentiation and lessons that stimulate the child’s intellectual curiosity.

We are wanting to recruit a fully qualified Primary teachers with QTS from a variety of backgrounds, NQT applications will also be considered.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info@senrecruitment .co.uk

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  • SEMH Teaching Assistant in Manchester

Here at SEN Recruitment we are dedicated to all things special needs. We are looking for a passionate, caring and empathic Teaching Assistant to work at a school in Manchester mainly 1:1 with a child who has Emotional and Social Mental Health issues which can often present as challenging behaviour.

We are looking for an applicant who has had experience of working in schools, with SEND children and has a professional, sensitive and caring nature. You will also be expected to have a good knowledge of how to deal with challenging behaviour and SEND.

A successful applicant will have the support of an extremely supportive team within the school that have a mutual passion and drive for helping all children and having an inclusive ethos.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info@senrecruitment .co.uk

 

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  • SEN Primary Teacher in Manchester

Are you a dedicated Primary Teacher with a real passion for Special Educational Needs?

Here at SEN recruitment we are seeking to employ a passionate and resilient Teacher who thrives in a challenging environment. A successful application will have excellent planning techniques, being able to differentiate at many levels to ensure that all children in your care can succeed.

We are working on behalf of a Manchester primary school to find a creative and inspiring KS2 teacher that also has experience of either teaching or supporting children with SEND. This school offers excellent training and development opportunities.

This role is open to all qualified teachers, including NQT’s. This is a fantastic long-term opportunity to start in January 2018 with a view to go onto a permanent contract with the school.

The school has a high percentage of SEND students and therefore as much experience teaching and supporting children with specific learning needs would be hugely beneficial.

This school is also offering subject or Year Group Lead to experienced and dedicated EYFS Teachers who are ready for the challenge of leading a subject or EYFS Year Group.

All successful candidates will have full QTS, a Passion for Teaching and Learning, Creative ideas and wants to make a difference in children’s lives.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info@senrecruitment .co.uk

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

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  • SEND Teaching Assistant required in the Manchester area
  • Manchester

Are you passionate about working with and helping vulnerable children and adults? Are you looking to gain more experience within an SEN role?

An opportunity has arisen for hard-working, highly skilled professional education specialists who are passionate about ensuring the best possible outcomes for children and young people with a variation of mild to severe Special Educational Needs. Applications are invited from enthusiastic and ambitious professionals who have the vision and energy to sustain and promote the high standards of achievement and ensure that all children are given the support they need to succeed.

We are looking for qualified teaching support assistants who wish to further develop their specialist skills in this interesting and challenging field. If you have the passion and drive to be a part of a striving and stimulating environment supporting students with mild to severe learning difficulties, apply now!

All of our client’s specialist schools provide a creative and adapted learning environment for all students of all abilities to explore new opportunities and develop as individuals. With a team of experienced and dedicated professionals you will assist with of day to day activities with a focus on the needs of the student(s) you are working with, education, communication and social emotional support. You will be working with students between the ages of 5 and 19, experiencing supporting students in both the independent and supported learning pathways.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role, please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • 03/08/18
  • Teaching Assistant
  • Stockport

SEN Recruitment are seeking to appoint an experienced Teaching Assistant who specialises in supporting students with SEND for a position in a diverse Primary School in the Stockport area to work on a one to one basis with a learner who has mild learning difficulties and some challenging behaviours.

The role and responsibility of a Teaching Assistant is to work under the direction of the class teacher to enable learners of all abilities to access a broad and adapted curriculum with the ability to differentiate the lesson plans and learning resources to meet the objective for each learner.

The school caters for learners of all abilities as well as a range of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities therefore require staff to have an understanding of varying needs and abilities and how best to support each individuals. This includes to carry out any specific duties as outlined in childrens Educational Health Care Plans.

The aim is to encourage learners to engage and interact with their peers promoting independence and confidence in learning and development.

Knowledge and understanding of ASD, sensory and communication difficulties and positive behaviour management Is looked upon favourably.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role, please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • 02/08/18
  • SEMH Primary Teacher
  • Manchester

SEN Recruitment are seeking to appoint a resilient, creative and passionate Teacher who enjoys a challenge to plan and deliver educational subjects and provide guidance and support to students of all abilities including those who have social, emotional mental health challenges.

The role will involve enabling meaningful inclusion and access to learning for all pupils, breaking down barriers to education and development alongside a team of professionals who strive to provide a fun and stimulated learning environment.

Successful applicant will be a good team player, passionate and dynamic both in their personality and their approach to teaching. The will be confident and able to liaise with parents, teaching assistants and multi-agencies.

This is a challenging yet rewarding role to work in a fantastic school with a supportive team, perfect for someone who has a passion about learning, teaching and SEND ensuring the individual needs of each child is at a prime aim.

NQT’s are welcome to apply.

Knowledge of positive behaviour management is looked upon favourably.

Please note, all applicants are subject to face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please sent and up to date CV or call one of our specialist consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Learning Support Assistants Required – Students/Graduates
  • Stockport, Manchester

Are you currently studying for a future career working with vulnerable children and adults? Are you looking to gain more experience?

Day to day cover opportunities available for students who are seeking a role within the specialist field of special educational needs and disabilities. If you have the passion and drive to be a part of a striving and stimulating environment supporting students with mild to severe learning difficulties, apply now!

Our client’s specialist school provides a creative and adapted learning environment for all students of all abilities to explore new opportunities and develop as individuals. With a team of experienced and dedicated professionals you will assist with the delivery of day to day activities with a focus on education, communication and social emotional support.

You will be working with students between the ages of 5 and 19, experiencing supporting students in both the independent and supported learning pathways.

Knowledge of PECS and additional communication aids is looked upon favourably.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role, please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Teaching Assistant
  • Salford, Manchester

SEN Recruitment are seeking a nurturing and supportive Teaching Assistant to provide guidance and support to children with SEND including ASD, SEMH and behavioural difficulties.

Some students are from difficult backgrounds therefore having understanding and a caring pastoral approach is essential.

The school provides a nurturing adapted curriculum throughout learning offering support to students to ensure learning and development is accessible for all students to progress as individuals.

You will be working alongside the class teacher, teaching assistants, parents/carers and social workers providing a positive learning environment accommodating the needs of all the students, a place where children can apply skills, knowledge and understanding of education and socially acceptable behaviour.

As a Teaching Assistant, you will:

  • Have understanding of a range of additional needs including challenging behaviour
  • Build positive professional relationships between staff, children and parents
  • Provide inclusive learning for all students
  • Understand strategies of managing challenging behaviour
  • Understand child protection policies and safeguarding
  • Be able to support children from difficult backgrounds and deprived areas

This is a challenging yet rewarding role perfect for someone who is committed and passionate about teaching and learning SEND.

Please note, all applicants are subject to face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • Primary Teacher
  • Manchester

SEN Recruitment are currently recruiting for a qualified Primary Teacher with a SEND Specialism for temporary cover roles in the Manchester areas. The ideal candidate will have knowledge and experience in working with children of all abilities in an inclusive learning environment.

This inclusive primary school has a highly motivated and experienced team of professionals who strive to provide a fun stimulating learning environment that is accessible to all pupils.

The school has a high percentage of children with SEND and has a real emphasis on inclusive learning across the school to promote confidence and achievement for all pupils.

The successful applicant will be a good team player, passionate and dynamic both in their personality and their approach to teaching. They will be confident and able to liaise with parents, teaching assistants and other professionals.

This is a challenging yet rewarding role to work in a fantastic school with a supportive team, perfect for someone who has a passion about learning, teaching and SEND taking the individual needs of every child as a prime aim.

NQT’s are welcome to apply.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • 31/07/18
  • EYFS Teaching Assistant – Part time
  • Stockport

Do you have a passion for promoting inclusion within schools?

SEN Recruitment and their clients diverse Primary School are seeking to appoint a motivated and experienced EYFS Teaching Assistant, who is a passionate and caring individual to assist in the delivery of education and life skills support for an EYFS learner who has severe and mild learning difficulties including ASD.

This is a part time position – hours and days to be discussed at interview.

The ideal applicant will have a caring approach and be able to work collaboratively with other professionals and parents to ensure continuity of care.

Our client is looking for someone who has a passion for SEND with skills and knowledge of a range of abilities, along with some previous experience within a similar setting.

The perfect applicant will be a valuable member of the school and team having the learners best interests as the prime aim.

Please note all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • KS2 Teaching Assistant
  • Cheadle, Stockport

Inclusive Primary School looking for a Teaching Assistant who specialises in supporting inclusive education in schools.

Part time position supporting students in Key Stage 2 class group who require additional support due to their needs of mild learning difficulties which included, ASD and speech and language delays.

The school has a highly motivated and experienced team of professionals who strive to provide a fun stimulating learning environment that is accessible students of all abilities. The School has a high percentage of children with SEND and has emphasis on inclusive learning across the school to promote confidence and achievement for all pupils through a broad and creative curriculum.

The ideal applicant will be a dedicated Teaching Assistant with an understanding of special education needs and who can make a positive difference to childrens learning and social emotional development.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • SEND 1:1 Teaching Assistant
  • Stockport

SEN Recruitment are seeking to appoint a supportive SEND Teaching Assistant in the Stockport area to work on a one to one basis for a learner with mild learning difficulties and challenging behaviours.

The responsibility of a SEND Teaching Assistant is to work under the direction of the class teacher to enable all pupils of all abilities to access the broad and adapted learning curriculum having the focus and ability to differentiate the learning resources to meet the objectives for each individual.

Encouraging the pupils to engage and interact with their peers promoting independence and confidence in learning and development.

Knowledge and understanding of ASD, Sensory and Communication difficulties and positive behaviour management is essential.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role, please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Temporary Teaching Assistants required
  • Manchester

Cover positions available from September in specialist ASD provision in the South Manchester area.

This is a perfect opportunity for those who are currently studying and looking for a future career working with children and young adults with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

The school specialises in supporting students with mild to severe needs of Autism, through independent and supported learning pathways students access a broad and adapted creative curriculum to maximise their full potential.

With appropriate facilities and resources, under the supervision and guidance of professionals, students are able to explore new learning opportunities and develop their educational, social and communication skills.

As a SEN Teaching Assistant, you will assist with the daily routines following lesson plans set by the class teacher whilst building relationships with students and ensuring a happy and safe learning environment.

Assisting with personal care, feeding and changing is a must.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • 05/07/18
  • Primary Teacher – St Helens
  • St Helens - Merseyside

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Primary trained teacher needed to work in a Inclusive primary school in the St Helens area. This school is a 2 form entry primary school with a high percentage of SEND, therefore experience of supporting or teaching primary age children with Special Educational needs will be advantageous.

The role involves the planning and preparation of exciting lessons for a KS2 class including differentiation for all SEND pupils. The role is to start from September 2018 for at least the full academic year. NQT’s are welcome to apply.

All candidates are subject to interview, up to date references and a full enhanced DBS check on the update service.

For more information on this role and other teaching vacancies please contact one of our Specialist SEND Team on 01925 906500

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  • 1:1 Teaching Assistant
  • Cheadle/Stockport

SEN Recruitment is seeking for a Teaching Assistant who can work alongside other staff to ensure positive impact on pupils with high expectations of meeting their individual targets.

Teaching Assistant required for September start to support a pupil on a one to one basis who has a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder with other related learning difficulties in an inclusive primary school in the Cheadle area.

The pupil learns alongside peers with the additional guidance from an assistant as they are working at a lower level therefore successful applicants must be adaptable and creative to encourage learning and development for pupil ensuring to provide an inclusive learning environment.

Applicants must have understanding and experience supporting pupils with additional needs.

This is initially a temporary position permanent to successful applicant.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • SEN Teaching Assistants required
  • Manchester

Specialist provision catering for children and young people with Autism Spectrum disorders and related learning difficulties seeking temporary staff to support the delivery of education and social, emotional and development skills.

You will be responsible for assisting individuals or small groups of students of whom you will be assigned to by the class teacher. You will be following the daily lesson plans set out by the class teacher and working alongside other professionals.

Assisting with personal care and personal hygiene is a must.

SEN Recruitment are seeking an adaptable, resilient Teaching Assistants who have the passion and desire to make a difference to the lives of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities.

Experience of working in a similar setting is looked upon favourably.

Students wanting to gain further knowledge and experience within the field of SEND are more than welcome to apply.

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • 04/07/18
  • Secondary Teacher – Wigan
  • Wigan

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Are you an NQT looking for something a bit different ? Maybe your an Experienced teacher that would prefer to teach 1:1 rather than whole class teaching ?

Are you passionate about making a difference ?

SEN Recruitment are currently looking for Secondary trained teachers to teach pupils 1:1 with Social and Emotional Mental Health difficulties, ADHD and Autism . You must be confident to teach Maths, English and Science up to GCSE level. We are looking for teachers who are passionate about SEND and can adapt the curriculum to suit each learner.

For more information about this role or any other roles at SEN Recruitment please contact our team of SEND Specialists on 01925 906500 or email info@senrecruitment.co.uk

All vacancies are subject to a full interview, recent references and a full enhanced DBS on the update service.

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  • Specialist SEND Support – Wigan
  • Wigan

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SEN Recruitment are currently looking for a Teaching assistant with experience of supporting children with Autism and Complex Needs. You will be supporting a Year 1 child 1:1 in a Mainstream primary school in Wigan on a full time basis from September 2018. We are looking for specialist support with a good background of supporting children with SEND within a school environment, you must have a passion for SEND and want to encourage pupils develop confidence when communicating with other students.

All roles are subject to interview, up to date references and a full enhanced DBS check on the update system.

For more information on this role or other roles in the Wigan area, please contact one of our Specialist SEND Consultants on 01925 906500.

Or email info@senrecruitment.co.uk

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  • Support Worker roles available for immediate start
  • Northwich

SEN Recruitment are looking for qualified and experienced staff who share the same passion to support students who require additional needs in a caring environment.

With a number of roles available in the childrens homes for residents with Autism Spectrum Disorders and other related learning difficulties, you will be providing care and support in all aspects of living and learning.

The provision has a small residential school on the premises supporting young people from the age of 11-19 where successful candidates will be providing educational support and guidance with their learning to progress as individuals.

In order to provide the required support, the staff team will work on a shift basis which includes weekends and evenings. Full flexibility over 7 days is required (37.5 hours a week).

The provision provides extensive training and courses for staff to further their knowledge and career development when working with the residents.

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call a member of our team on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • 16/05/18
  • SEND Teaching Assistant 1:1 – ASD, Medical
  • Stockport

SEN Recruitment are seeking a creative, supportive SEND Teaching Assistant to work in one of our clients inclusive schools in the Stockport area supporting a child on a one to one basis who requires additional support due to their needs of ASD and medical requirements.

This inclusive school has a highly motivated and experienced team of professionals who strive to provide a fun stimulating learning environment that is accessible students for all abilities.

The role will include the support of teaching and learning activities and entitlement of the learner who has severe and complex educational needs including additional medical requirements. Due to medical needs, physical and mental development may a lower level than peers therefore ability to be able to adapt daily routines and educational activities is essential to provide an inclusive learning environment.

The school provides a positive stimulating and challenging environment with excellent resources with the support of highly motivated, experienced, dedicated staff.

With a mixture of abilities students learn from a broad and differentiated curriculum including the national curriculum which is adapted to meet each individuals needs.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • 15/05/18
  • SEND Teaching Assistant KS1
  • Wilmslow, Stockport

SEN Teaching Assistant required for September start.

SEN Recruitment are currently recruiting for a SEN Teaching Assistant to support and guide student with their learning and development on a one to one basis for an ASD student in Key Stage 1.

The school caters for children EYFS to Year 6, students of all abilities with an ASD resourced provision with resources assessible for students who require additional support. The room is located within the mainstream school, providing an inclusive learning environment.

The perfect applicant will have understanding of ASD and challenging behaviour to best support the child and their individual needs. The student will be working in the classroom with peers but will regularly need to return to the resource base if feeling anxious or stressed as well as lunch and break times.

You will be working alongside the class teacher, speech and language therapist together with a team of specialist teaching assistants.

Previous experience of working with a student with ASD in a similar setting is looked upon favourably.

Please note, all applicants must be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role, please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • SEND Teaching Assistant
  • Wilmslow, Stockport

SEN Teaching Assistant required for September start.

SEN Recruitment are currently recruiting for a SEN Teaching Assistant to assist with the delivery of educational activities and development support on a one to one basis for an ASD student in Reception class.

The school caters for children EYFS to Year 6, students of all abilities with an ASD resourced provision with resources assessible for students who require additional support. The room is located within the mainstream school, providing an inclusive learning environment.

The perfect applicant will have understanding of ASD and challenging behaviour to best support the child and their individual needs. Due to the requirements of the students ASD the use of PECS and visual aids are used to communicate. The student will be working in the reception classroom with peers but will regularly need to return to the resource base if feeling anxious or stressed as well as lunch and break times.

You will be working alongside the class teacher, speech and language therapist together with a team of specialist teaching assistants.

Previous experience of working with a student with ASD in a similar setting is looked upon favourably.

Please note, all applicants must be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role, please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • 14/05/18
  • SEN Teaching Assistants required for September starts.
  • Wilmslow, Stockport

SEN Teaching Assistant required for September start.

SEN Recruitment are currently recruiting for a SEN Teaching Assistant to assist with the delivery of educational activities and development support on a one to one basis for an EYFS ASD student.

The school caters for children EYFS to Year 6, students of all abilities with an ASD resourced provision with resources assessible for students who require additional support. The room is located within the mainstream school, providing an inclusive learning environment.

The perfect applicant will have understanding of ASD and knowledge of the EYFS curriculum to best support the child and their individual needs. Due to the requirements of the students ASD the use of PECS and visual aids are used to communicate. The student will be working in the EYFS classroom with peers but will regularly need to return to the resource base if feeling anxious or stressed as well as lunch and break times.

You will be working alongside the class teacher, speech and language therapist together with a team of specialist teaching assistants.

Knowledge and experience in a similar setting is looked upon favourably.

Please note, all applicants must be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role, please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • 10/05/18
  • Primary SENCO
  • Manchester

SEN Recruitment are seeking a Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO) for a fantastic opportunity in an inclusive school in the Manchester area.

As a SENCO you have an important role to play in ensuring that the students with special educational needs and disabilities within the school receive the support and guidance they need to progress and develop as individuals.

As well as overseeing the day-to-day operation of the schools SEND policies, you will be liaising with parents, professionals and multi-agencies ensuring that records are kept up to date as this is key for co-ordinating provision for children with special educational needs and disabilities.

Applicants for the SENCO role must be a qualified Teacher as some teaching will be required.

NQT’s are welcome to apply.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • Level 3 Teaching Assistant
  • Salford, Manchester

SEN Recruitment are currently recruiting a Teaching Assistant to provide care and education support for a child with ASD and challenging behaviours.

This is a challenging yet rewarding role, the perfect applicant will have a passion for teaching and learning SEND.

Our client is looking for someone with some previous experience within a similar setting, working with children who are disadvantaged and have behavioural, emotional and social difficulties. Ideally, has skills and knowledge in Makaton and PECS as the child has speech and language delays.

This is a temporary position available permanent to successful applicant.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • SEN Teacher
  • Manchester

SEN Teacher required for September start.

SEN recruitment are currently recruiting for an SEN teacher on behalf of a specialist school based in Manchester. The school pride themselves on giving staff and children the best support possible and a positive environment. The school works with pupils that have special needs requirements such as PMLD, ASD and SLD.

You will be responsible for creating, inspiring and encouraging children learning to their full potential but the staff are working to that standard also.

This Specialist School which supports with complex communication and severe to profound learning difficulties including a range of complex learning, communication, multi-sensory and physical needs.

This role will also involve supporting the management and supervision of a team of Learning Support Assistants, to facilitate the students learning and achievement.

This is a challenging yet rewarding role perfect for someone who is passionate about teaching, learning and SEND.

NQT’s are welcome to apply.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • 09/05/18
  • Teaching Assistant
  • Salford, Manchester

Teaching Assistants – September starts!

SEN Recruitment are seeking enthusiastic creative Teaching Assistants to work in one of our inclusive schools in the Manchester area.

One of our clients is looking for passionate Teaching Assistants to support children with special educational needs within the class room alongside the class teacher and other professionals. The ideal candidate will be passionate about supporting the well being and learning of all children of all abilities.

The successful applicants will work as part of a motivated team of professionals to support pupils in making excellent progress and meeting their own individual targets for learning and development. You will be assisting with the delivery of the children’s daily routines focusing on educational learning, personal development and communication.

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about the role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • 08/05/18
  • SEND Teacher
  • Manchester

SEN Recruitment are currently recruiting a qualified teacher with knowledge and experience in working with children and young adults with special needs to work in an ‘outstanding’ Specialist School in the Manchester area.

This School caters for children and young adults from early years to college with complex needs which includes ASC, PMLD and SLD where students may exhibit other difficulties of, behaviour, emotional and global developmental delays.

Both in the school environment and non-educational life skills trips out in the community to promote independence and learning important life skills ensuring the safety and happiness of students throughout.

This is a challenging yet rewarding role to achieve the best from their pupils perfect for someone who has a passion about learning, teaching and SEND taking the individual needs of every child as a prime aim.

We are looking for a teacher who can:

  • Teach students learning at varying P levels
  • Be a patient and positive role model for children
  • Direct Teaching Assistants and communicate with relevant professionals
  • Encourage personal, social and emotional growth and awareness of all abilities
  • Ensure delivery curriculum is diverse and differentiated to meet individual needs

NQT’s are welcome to apply.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Primary Teacher
  • Manchester

SEN Recruitment are currently recruiting for a qualified Primary Teacher. The ideal candidate will have knowledge and experience in working with children of all abilities in an inclusive learning environment.

This inclusive primary school has a highly motivated and experienced team of professionals who strive to provide a fun stimulating learning environment that is accessible to all pupils.

The school has a high percentage of children with SEND and has a real emphasis on inclusive learning across the school to promote confidence and achievement for all pupils.

The successful applicant will be a good team player, passionate and dynamic both in their personality and their approach to teaching. They will be confident and able to liaise with parents, teaching assistants and other professionals.

This is a challenging yet rewarding role to work in a fantastic school with a supportive team, perfect for someone who has a passion about learning, teaching and SEND taking the individual needs of every child as a prime aim.

NQT’s are welcome to apply.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

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  • Level 3 Teaching Assistant – SEND
  • Salford, Manchester

Level 3 Teaching Assistant required for September start in inclusive mainstream setting working on a one to one basis with a student with additional needs of ASD and ADHD.

You will be responsible for assisting with the delivery of education, communication and development, working alongside class teacher and other professionals. The prime aim is to break down all barriers to learning to provide a diverse learning environment.

The perfect applicant will be an enthusiastic and creative member of the team supporting the student to make excellent progress and ensuring the classroom is best equipped to meet their needs.

Knowledge of ASD and positive behaviour management is looked upon favourably.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

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  • 03/05/18
  • SEN Teaching Assistants
  • Manchester

Are you a confident, caring Teaching Assistant with a passion and desire to support children and young adults with mild to severe learning difficulties.

SEN Recruitment are currently recruiting an experienced SEND Teaching Assistant to work in a Specialist School in the Manchester area who caters for students with complex needs, ASC, PMLD, SLD and medical needs including physical needs and multi-sensory impairments.

The perfect applicant will be able to inspire and motivate the students through their learning, communication and independence skills developing important life skills.

Our client is looking for someone who has a passion for SEND with skills and knowledge of a range of abilities, along with some previous experience within a similar setting. Assisting with personal care is essential. This is a physically demanding role to be able to keep up with the active students may run off so keeping them safe is essential, be willing to push wheelchairs, use adapted equipment for the students to join in activities and going in the swimming pool.

The perfect applicant will be a valuable member of the school and team who will be able to communicate and work with other highly qualified, experienced professionals under the guidance of the class teacher with the Childs best interest as the prime aim following their individual support and educational plans.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Young Adults.

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  • Teacher with SEND Specialism – Cover basis
  • Manchester

Outstanding Specialist provision in the Manchester area requiring qualified experienced Teacher with SEND Specialism – Temporary cover basis.

SEN Recruitment are seeking a Teacher to plan and deliver an adapted curriculum for students with complex, physical need and multi-sensory impairments age ranging from EYFS to 16years.

The successful applicant will be able to teach students with mild to severe learning difficulties and associated needs. You will be responsible for coordinating relevant professionals in delivery of an inclusive education.

We are looking for a candidate who:

  • Sets high expectations of learning, teaching, behaviour and care
  • Makes learning exciting and relevant for all students
  • Confident to interact with parents and multi-agencies
  • Knowledge of P Levels and national curriculum

NQT’s are welcome to apply.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our specialist consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Key Stage 1 Teacher required
  • Manchester

SEN Recruitment are seeking to appoint a resilient, creative and passionate Teacher who enjoys a challenge to plan and deliver educational subjects and provide guidance and support to students who have social, emotional mental health challenges.

The role will involve enabling meaningful inclusion and access to learning for all pupils, breaking down barriers to education and development alongside a team of professionals who strive to provide a fun and stimulated learning environment.

Successful applicant will be a good team player, passionate and dynamic both in their personality and their approach to teaching. The will be confident and able to liaise with parents, teaching assistants and multi-agencies.

This is a challenging yet rewarding role to work in a fantastic school with a supportive team, perfect for someone who has a passion about learning, teaching and SEND ensuring the individual needs of each child is at a prime aim.

NQT’s are welcome to apply.

Knowledge of positive behaviour management is looked upon favourably.

Please note, all applicants are subject to face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please sent and up to date CV or call one of our specialist consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • 02/05/18
  • Cover SEN Teaching Assistants Required
  • Stockport/Manchester

Specialist provision for children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders and related conditions seeking a kind, nurturing Teaching Assistant to support provide dedicated support, teaching and therapy.

Maximising independence and celebrating achievement encourages students to explore new opportunities. Individuals are able to recognise and reach their full potential with the care and support of creative and inspiring professionals.

Under the supervision and guidance of teachers, therapists and other teaching assistants, successful applicants will assist in the delivery of a broad and adapted curriculum and participate in providing all round care and support including personal care and lunchtimes.

Experience in a similar setting is looked upon favourably with knowledge of ASD, ADHD and challenging behaviour.

Knowledge of positive behaviour management is looked upon favourably.

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

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  • SEN Teachers Required
  • Manchester

Exciting Teaching opportunity for September start – ASD Specialist School – Manchester area.

SEN Recruitment is seeking an experienced Teacher to plan and deliver a broad and adapted curriculum to students who require additional support in their learning and development due to their needs of ASD.

Specialist school caters for students both independent and supported learners aged 4-19 with ASD. With easily accessible facilities the school provides opportunities to support learning and development of students.

Experience and knowledge of ASD with the ability to plan and deliver learning activities to those working at varying P Levels.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about the role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • SEN Teaching Assistants Required
  • Stockport/Manchester

Outstanding specialist school for pupils with severe and complex needs seeking an experienced Teaching Assistant to assist with the delivery of education and social, emotional development.

Successful applicant to have experience supporting students with additional learning needs in a similar setting.

As a Teaching Assistant you will be working within a team of professionals to ensure that the specific needs of the students are met encouraging learning, communication, interaction, self-esteem and confidence – See the able and not the label, break down all barriers to learning and progression giving each student opportunities.

You must be able to demonstrate initiative, be flexible and adapt calmly to constant changing situations.

Knowledge of additional communication aids such as PECS is essential as well as some knowledge of positive behaviour management.

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

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  • 27/04/18
  • Primary Teacher
  • Salford, Manchester

Are you a qualified Teacher seeking a new challenging yet rewarding role?

SEN Recruitment are seeking a kind, nurturing Teacher with a pastoral nature to plan and deliver educational learning one a one to one basis for students who have been excluded from school. This role will entail working either in the family home or the local library.

Students may have been excluded from their placement in school due to their social, emotional, mental health needs, behavioural difficulties or going through the process of an educational health care plan where the child is assessed to understand best form of education for the child whether it be mainstream or a specialist provision.

Successful applicant will build positive professional relationships with student and parents working together to support and provide education and care for the child. Encouragement of acceptable behaviour, positive relationships, self-esteem and confidence.

Students may come from difficult backgrounds therefore having a caring, understanding, pastoral approach is essential.

Delivery of education is to be in school hours and term time only.

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to dace interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS doe children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV r call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • 26/04/18
  • SEN Teacher – September Start
  • Manchester

Looking for a new challenge for September start?

Do you have a passion for Special Educational Needs? Do you want to make a difference and support those with a variety of abilities?

SEN Recruitment are currently recruiting a qualified teacher with knowledge and experience in working with children and young adults with special needs to work in an ‘outstanding’ Specialist provision in the South Manchester area.

This School caters for children and young adults from early years to college with complex needs which includes ASC, PMLD and SLD where students may exhibit other difficulties of, behaviour, emotional and global developmental delays. The class groups are small with additional support from highly quailed, experienced and motivated classroom assistants and therapists. For both in the school environment and non-educational life skills trips out in the community to promote independence and learning important life skills ensuring the safety and happiness of students throughout.

This is a challenging yet rewarding role to achieve the best from their pupils perfect for someone who has a passion about learning, teaching and SEND taking the individual needs of every child as a prime aim.

We are looking for a teacher who can:

  • Teach students working at varying P levels
  • Be a patient and positive role model for all students
  • Direct Teaching Assistants and communicate with relevant professionals
  • Encourage personal, social and emotional growth and awareness of all abilities
  • Deliver inclusive learning
  • Ensure delivery curriculum is diverse and differentiated to meet individual needs

NQT’s are welcome to apply.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • SEN Teacher
  • Stockport

SEN recruitment is currently recruiting for an SEN teacher on behalf of a specialist school based in Manchester. The school pride themselves on giving staff and children the best support possible and a positive environment. The school works with pupils that have special needs requirements of ASD – both for independent and supported learners.

You will be responsible for creating, inspiring and encouraging children learning to their full potential but the staff are working to that standard also.

This Specialist School which caters for students with complex communication needs and a range of complex learning, communication, multi-sensory and physical needs.

This role will also involve supporting the management and supervision of a team of Learning Support Assistants, to facilitate the students learning and achievement.

The applicant will have:

  • Experience of teaching students with SEN
  • Teaching experience of students who have sensory impairment, autism and /or communication difficulties
  • Teaching experience with students who have severe complex learning difficulties
  • A track record of differentiating the Curriculum to meet individual needs
  • Understanding of P levels
  • Ability to communicate with support staff, parents and other professionals

This is a challenging yet rewarding role perfect for someone who is passionate about teaching, learning and SEND.

NQT’s are welcome to apply.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • Level 2 Teaching Assistant
  • Salford, Manchester

SEN Recruitment are seeking a highly motivated, enthusiastic Level 2 Teaching Assistant is required to work in one of our inclusive Schools in the Salford, Manchester area.
One of our clients is looking for a hardworking and reliable Teaching Assistant to support children with special educational needs within the classroom alongside the class teacher and other professionals. The ideal candidate will be passionate about supporting the learning and well being of a range of children with a variety of learning difficulties including ASC, ADHD and physical difficulties.
The successful applicant will work as part of an enthusiastic team to support pupils to make excellent progress and ensure the classroom and staff are best equipped to meet the needs of all pupils including those with special educational needs.
Our school is looking for someone who:
• Has patient approach and can use own initiative
• Is flexible and creative adapting to meet all childrens needs
• Can develop a level of independence in pupils learning
• Will take responsibility for key pupils monitoring their progress
• Can liaise with teachers and parents giving appropriate feedback
Please note, all applicants will be subject to face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.
For more information about this role please send an up to date CV to info@senrecruitment.co.uk or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.
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  • ASC Teaching Assistant – Cover basis
  • Stockport

SEN Recruitment are seeking to appoint a specialist Teaching Assistant to join a team of experienced professionals in a Specialist Primary School.

As an experienced SEND Teaching Assistant, you will have experience teaching and learning students of all abilities and be able to provide and maintain an inclusive learning environment accessible for all students to learn and progress as individuals. Ideally the successful applicant will have some experience supporting students with a range of SEND which may include speech development delays and physical disabilities.

The prime aim is to provide care and education assisting children in developing and reaching individual targets following the national curriculum. Students are working at varying P Levels, so it is essential to be adaptable to meet their needs.

As a Teaching Assistant you will:

  • Establish professional supportive relationships with children and parents
  • Encourage acceptance and inclusion for all students
  • Encourage social interactions and independence for students
  • Promote independence, reinforcing confidence and self-esteem
  • Have knowledge and experience supporting national curriculum and P Levels
  • Understanding of ASC and Challenging Behaviour strategies

Happy to assist with personal care, feeding and changing is essential.

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • SEN Teaching Assistant
  • Manchester

Are you a confident, caring and friendly SEND Teaching Assistant with a passion and desire to support Children with mild to severe learning difficulties?

SEN Recruitment are currently recruiting an experienced SEND Teaching Assistant to work in a Specialist School in the Manchester area who caters for students with complex needs, profound and multiple learning difficulties and severe learning difficulties, including some physical needs and multi-sensory needs.

The perfect applicant will be able to inspire and motivate the students through their learning, communication and independence skills developing important life skills to maximise and reach their full potential.

Our client is looking for someone who has a passion for SEND with skills and knowledge of a range of abilities, along with some previous experience within a similar setting and happy to assist with personal care.

This is initially a temporary position, permanent for successful applicants.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Young Adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • 24/04/18
  • Teacher of Severe and complex Needs – Wigan
  • Wigan

This post requires a positive Complex Needs SEND Teacher who has worked in an environment with a high number of SEND pupils previously.

The Headteacher wants to recruit a teacher who has developed an understanding of the problems different SEND children face and the skills to empathise with them when they are feeling stressed and misunderstood. The school wants to see teachers who have a passion for working with children who have physical and medical requirements, giving them the chance to progress and to realise their potential.
This is an excellent special school which provides a high standard of education for pupils with a range of complex needs including Downs syndrome, Autism and complex medical needs.

Complex Needs SEND Teacher candidates should have:

Experience of raising pupil achievement
Experience of using communication aids such as, MAKATON, PECS, BSL

Experience of working with pupils at P levels

Experience of managing support staff

Enthusiasm, passion and interest in working with SEN pupils

If you feel you have the right experience for this role then please contact one of our SEN Specialists on 01925 826220
Please note all applicants are subjects to a face to face interview and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

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  • KS1 Teacher – Wigan
  • Wigan

Ks1 Teacher to work in an oversubscribed primary school in central Wigan.

Are you currently completing your Primary teacher training or have teaching experience in Ks1 and would like a challenge?

This 2 form entry Primary school in central Wigan are looking for a Primary Teacher trainee or experienced Teacher to join their KS1 team this September.

It would be advantageous if you have a good knowledge of SEND

Primary Teacher – NQT/ experienced

  • Role in Ks1
  • Located in Wigan
  • Good transport links
  • Supportive Head teacher and KS1 team
  • Excellent development opportunity (perfect for NQTs)

This school is keen to appoint a ‘Caring and Nurturing’ teacher to join their team this September. This school prides itself on being inclusive and wants every child to access the Education they deserve.

You will have a solid core subject degree, QTS and supportive references from previous placements and roles. Self-motivated and ambitious, you will be able to put your stamp onto the role and the school.

The Headteacher is looking for a teacher who has an excellent understanding of the primary curriculum and committed to building an exceptional school. You would need to have excellent subject knowledge, and teaching skills with a creative approach.

Please note all applicants are subjects to a face to face interview and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our SEN Specialists on 01925 906 500.

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  • ks1/ks2 Teacher – Wigan
  • Wigan

Are you a Qualified Primary Teacher with experience of whole class SEND ?

Maybe you are qualifying in summer and one of your placements was in a Special needs School ?

Do you share that passion ?

Sen Recruitment are looking for a KS1 /KS2 Teacher to work in a Busy Wigan Primary school that has a high percentage of children with Special Educational Needs ideally to start for September 2018.

The Headteacher currently has the flexibility to place in either KS1 or KS2, however he is looking for full commitment and wants a teacher who wants to make a difference to children’s lives.

Also the right candidate should have;

– High expectations for pupils’ achievement
– Fun and engaging lessons
– A good ability to provide high quality feedback to pupils
– Can appreciation of diversity and people and communities
– The aptitude to work effectively and contribute positively in a team environment;
– Experience of Teaching or supporting children with Special educational needs
– The ability to foster positive relationships with children, parents, staff and  governors;
– A good understanding of the National Curriculum

This is a great opportunity for both NQT’s and more experienced teachers.

All Candidates must hold an enhanced DBS that is registered with the update service.

For more information about this role please contact one of our SEN Specialists on 01925 906500
 

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  • 23/04/18
  • Primary Teacher
  • Manchester

Long term position for a creative and inspiring Primary Teacher to support the delivery of education for children with a range of complex needs including SLD, PMLD and Autism.

Our client is looking for a passionate Teacher who has a child centred approach to teaching who wants to make a difference in the lives of vulnerable children. Due to the complex needs of the pupils, it is essential to have experience of teaching P’Levels with knowledge of the national curriculum and can implement a sensory curriculum that enables all children to learn.

Please note this is a long tern contract that could lead to a permanent position for the right candidate therefore applicants must have full availability and commitment to the role in order to provide consistency for the children.

 

Applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

 

For more information about the role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • SEMH Teacher
  • Manchester

SEN Recruitment and one of their clients specialist behaviour units are seeking to appoint a resilient, creative and enthusiastic Teacher who enjoys a new challenge.

The role involves the planning and delivery of a broad and adapted curriculum enabling inclusive and accessible learning for students with SEMH challenges.

This alternative provision caters for students who have difficulty learning in a mainstream setting therefore provides all round care support and guidance with their education, learning and development.

Some students attending the school are in the process of transitioning into new mainstream schools or other alternative provisions suitable to meet their needs.

Due to the needs of the students, challenging behaviours may occur both physical and verbal, understanding of positive behaviour management is essential.

Experience in a similar setting is looked upon favourably.

Please note all applicants are subjects to a face to face interview and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • Primary Teacher SEN Specialism
  • Manchester

Committed to supporting learning and development for children with varying complex needs in order to raise aspirations and achievements.

One of our clients specialist provisions is an independent school for primary and secondary children with Autism requires a Primary Teacher with SEND specialism.

Experienced and knowledgeable team of professionals support the delivery of a differentiated curriculum for children of all abilities for both independent and supported learners for all to reach their maximum potential in education and personal development.

As the class Teacher you will provide teaching and learning support across a range of subjects with a focus on promoting communication, interaction and independent life skills. You will inspire and motivate the children and have experience in positive behaviour managements.

This is a temporary position with the opportunity of a permanent position for successful candidate.

NQTs are welcome to apply.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • 20/04/18
  • Teaching Assistant
  • Wigan

SEN Recruitment are looking for a Teaching assistant to work 1:1 with a child that suffers from Emotional and Social Mental Health issues, awaiting to be to be assessed for a EHCP in a Wigan Primary school

Preferably you will also have experience of working in schools and be of a caring and emphatic nature. You do not necessarily have to have a Teaching assistant qualification as long as you can prove that you have been working with children in the last 2 years and have relevant experience.

You will be expected to have a sound knowledge of supporting children that demonstrate challenging behaviour and a good understanding of SEND.

The Headteacher is looking for someone who can demonstrate sensitivity whilst working with others and have good interpersonal skills.

The successful applicant will not only benefit from the support of a committed teaching and support staff but also be part of a team which is enthusiastically driving the school forward and building upon its achievements. Continued professional development will link to school priorities and personal needs.

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info@senrecruitment .co.uk

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  • SEN Teaching Assistant
  • Stockport, Manchester

Temporary experienced Teaching Assistant with specialism in special educational needs required on a cover basis supporting children who have autistic spectrum disorders and complex learning difficulties.

This post is for an exciting temporary opportunity a challenging yet rewarding role, permanent for successful applicants.

You will be under supervision and guidance of the class teacher and other professionals delivering a broad and adapted curriculum to students both supported and independent learners with a focus on positive behaviour support, communication and independent development.

With innovative and accessible facilities, the specialist school provides a huge range of opportunities for students to support excellent learning and development, for each individual to achieve their full potential.

Experience in a similar setting is looked upon favourably.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Adults.

For more information about this role, please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • KS2 Teacher – Wigan

Ks2 Primary School Teacher – Wigan

Are you a passionate KS2 teacher with a passion for Special Educational Needs?

Are you available for September 2018?

Are you looking to work in a Wigan primary school that can offer great training and career progression opportunities no matter where you are in your career?

SEN Recruitment are working on behalf of a popular Wigan primary school to find a creative and inspiring Ks2 teacher that also has experience of either teaching or supporting children with SEND.

Whether you are a newly qualified teacher who have years of experience SEN Recruitment want to hear from you.

This is a fantastic opportunity to start in September 2018 with a view to go onto a permanent contract with the school.

This fabulous Inclusive primary school is based in the Wigan area and offers excellent training and development opportunities as well as superb career progression into leadership.

The school has a high percentage of SEND students and therefore as much experience teaching and supporting children with specific learning needs would be advantageous.

 

All successful candidates will have full QTS, a Passion for Teaching and Learning, Creative ideas and wants to make a difference in children’s lives.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info@senrecruitment .co.uk

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

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  • EYFS Teaching Assistant
  • Wigan

SEN Recruitment are looking for a SEN Teaching assistant that has experience of working with children in Early Years to work in a primary school in Wigan.

The role would be supporting a pupil in Early Years with Autism, 1:1 throughout the day in all aspects of school life; from the classroom, to assisting with personal care and lunchtimes.

The candidate must have extensive experience supporting pupils 1:1 and have a good understanding of EHCPs.

A TEAM TEACH qualification is desirable but not essential.

This Outstanding Primary school is a 2-form entry school based in the Orrell area of Wigan and prides itself on being inclusive, and learning for all ethos. The school has a fantastic learning environment where children flourish with excellent behaviour displayed throughout the school.
For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND in schools please contact info@senrecruitment .co.uk

All candidates are subject to a face to face interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that’s on the update service.

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  • 04/04/18
  • SEND Teaching Assistant
  • Liverpool

Are you an enthusiastic highly motivated SEND Teaching Assistant looking for a new role and make a difference to childrens learning and development?

SEN Recruitment and their clients specialist SEND school caters for young adults who have a range of learning difficulties, communication difficulties and multi-sensory and physical needs including; SLD, PMLD, ASC, MLD, Physical and Medical needs.

The role will involve providing assistance with teaching and learning activities for all students who have severe and complex educational needs and preparation of lesson plans and learning resources for each individual appropriately suited. As an SEND Teaching Assistant you will have excellent verbal and written communication skills to be able to speak with relevant professionals and parents as well as maintenance of students reports and assessments.

Happy to assist with personal care is a must for all students.

Knowledge of PECS and BSL is looked upon favourably.

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Teaching Assistant
  • Wilmslow, Cheshire

SEN Recruitment are seeking a motivated and experienced Teaching Assistant to cover leave in one of our clients schools in the Manchester area.

The school has a diverse and qualified team of professionals who strive to provide a fun stimulating learning environment that is accessible for all students of all abilities with an emphasis on inclusive learning across the school to promote confidence and achievement for all pupils.

With a mixture of abilities students learn from a broad and differentiated curriculum which is adapted to meet each pupils needs with access to excellent resources under the guidance and supervision of Teachers and Teaching Assistants.

Applicants must have:

  • Knowledge of National Curriculum
  • Supported pupils with a range of needs and abilities
  • Passion for SEND
  • Creative and inspiring individual

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Residential Support Worker
  • Chester

SEN Recruitment are Recruiting for a Residential Support worker to work in a residential home for young adults aged between 18 to 25 with Autism and complex needs based in Cheshire.

The ideal candidate with have a health and social care qualification and be confident in supporting young adults with autism and communication difficulties.

Our client are looking for someone who is passionate about care and supporting the development of life skills and independent living.

Your role will entail working one to one and on some occasions two to one, taking the service users out into the community and supporting with their personal care. You will be responsible for implementing a daily routine that best caters for the individual needs and ensuring that the service user is given the opportunity to make decisions promoting life skills.

Due to the complex needs of the service users it is important that applicants are confident In managing challenging behaviour.

Successful applicants will be put onto a SKIP training course straight away and will also be given inhouse training to support you in your role.

Please note this role is subject to a full enhanced DBS and satisfactory references

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  • Personal Tutor
  • Wigan

Tutors required for children with SEND – KS3/ KS4 – Wigan, immediate starts.

We are currently looking for Tutors to teach and support disengaged children in both KS3 and KS4 in the Wigan area. Most of these children suffer from Social emotional mental health difficulties, some children display challenging behaviour or maybe on the Autistic Spectrum. These 1:1 tutoring sessions can be held both inside and outside the classroom, depending on the needs of the child.

Our clients expect the best so to join our team you will need academic credentials, teaching experience and the personality to inspire both children and parents

For more information please contact SEN Recruitment on 01925 906500

Please note SEN recruitment are dedicated to safeguarding children, all applicants will be subject to a full enhanced DBS and satisfactory references.

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  • Level 2 Teaching Assistant
  • Wigan

evel 2 Teaching Assistant – Wigan – Immediate start.

One of our special schools in the Wigan area are currently looking for a Level 2 TA with experience or supporting children 1:1 with Autism. The school are looking for a flexible TA that adapts well to work both in and outside the classroom. It is essential that you are passionate about SEN and have experience of working with children with Autism and managing challenging behaviour.

Those who are TEAM TEACH trained would be most advantageous however not essential.

You will be based in a KS1 class, initially on a day 2 day basis with the opportunity to become long term for the right candidate.

For more information contact SEN Recruitment on 01925 906500

Please note SEN Recruitment are dedicated to safeguarding children and all applicants will be subject to satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS.

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  • Residential Support Worker
  • Warrington

One of our clients based in Warrington are seeking to appoint a full time residential support worker to work in a residential home that cares for children with autism .

The residential home is attached to and part of a special school that provides education and care to children and young adults with autism.

The role will involve supporting the children with all aspects of their personal care as well as promoting independence in things like cooking and cleaning. You will also take the children out in to the community and attend centres that provide suitable activities that enable them to develop social interaction and life skills.

Due to the needs of the children, it would be most advantageous if you where TEAM TEACH trained but not essential, however you must be confident in managing challenging behaviour.

For more information about this role, please call a member of our team on 01925 906500.

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  • Teaching Assistant
  • Warrington

SEN Recruitment are seeking a diverse supportive Teaching Assistant to work in one of our clients inclusive schools in the Salford area supporting a child on a one to one basis.

This inclusive school has a highly motivated and experienced team of professionals who strive to provide a fun stimulating learning environment that is accessible students for all abilities. With a high percentage of children with SEND within the schools specialist resource base which includes, speech and language difficulties, autism and sensory needs requiring additional support.

The role will include the support of teaching and learning activities and entitlement of the learner who has severe and complex educational needs of ASC and challenging behaviour. Knowledge and understanding of ASC is essential.

The school provides a positive stimulating and challenging environment with excellent resources with the support of highly motivated, experienced, dedicated staff.

With a mixture of abilities students learn from a broad and differentiated curriculum including the national curriculum which is adapted to meet each individuals needs.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • SEND Teaching Assistant
  • Stockport

Successful specialist school and college seeking an experienced SEND Teaching Assistant to support students with their educational activities, communication support and learning independent life skills.

Students who attend the school have a range of complex learning, communication, multi-sensory and physical needs. Successful applicants must have understanding of a range of special educational needs and disabilities and be committed to guiding and encouraging students to explore new activities as well as breaking down all barriers to learning those important life skills.

Knowledge of PECS/BSL is looked upon favourably as you may be working in a classroom with children/young adults with multi-sensory impairments and speech and language difficulties.

Assisting with personal care, feeding and changing is a must as providing all round care for the students is essential on a daily basis.

For successful applicant, full training is provided with the school.

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Adults.

For more information about this role, please sent an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Primary Teacher – Key Stage 1
  • Manchester

SEN Recruitment are currently recruiting for a qualified Primary Teacher in Key Stage 1 with a passion for SEND to work in the Manchester area.

This School provides a high standard of education and care to children of all abilities including a range of additional needs including ASC and speech and language delays. The ideal candidate who is a positive, confident and an enthusiastic individual will be joining a professional, creative, dedicated, specialist team. As each child is working at either National Curriculum Key Stages and some varying P levels so lessons will need to be adapted to meet individual needs.

Applicants must:

  • Understand National Curriculum and P levels
  • Be to able to direct Teaching Assistants and communicate with relevant professionals
  • Inspire and motivate children and colleagues
  • Commit to ensuring all children reach their full potential
  • Communicate having working relationships with schools, parents, carers

This is a challenging yet rewarding role perfect for someone who is passionate about teaching, learning and SEND.

NQT’s are welcome to apply.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Primary Teacher
  • Manchester

SEN Recruitment are seeking to appoint a Primary Teacher who can be an exemplary role model for all pupils.

The ideal candidate will be an enthusiastic and highly motivated experienced teacher who is committed to high standards of teaching, learning and behaviour. This post is suitable for a skilled and inspirational Teacher with experience of mixed abilities.

As the class teacher, you will have a caring attitude towards pupils and parents and demonstrate enthusiasm and creativity whilst working with others and always maintain high expectation of yourself and your pupils.

You must be able to deliver excellent classroom methods to the students through a broad and inspiring learning curriculum. The school are looking for a teacher who can get stuck in to their new role and assist in raising achievement for the children.

Successful applicants for this role must:

  • Have knowledge of the national curriculum and P Levels
  • Adapt lessons to meet the needs of all students
  • Have passion, knowledge and experience in supporting SEND students
  • Set and achieve high standards and expectations of learning, teaching, behaviour and care.
  • Have the ability to differentiate sessions for students working at a range of levels.
  • Have excellent communication skills to engage and motivate students, parents and staff.
  • Committed to making a difference.

NQT’s welcome to apply.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Teaching Assistant
  • Salford

Are you looking for a challenge? Do you have a passion for supporting children with additional needs?

SEN Recruitment are seeking a kind nurturing Teaching Assistant who is up for a challenge supporting children with SEND needs including ASC, SEMH and behavioural difficulties. The students are from difficult backgrounds therefore having understanding and a caring pastoral approach is essential.

The school provides a nurturing curriculum throughout learning offering support to students to make all round progress in education, socially and emotionally.

You will be working alongside the class teacher, teaching assistants, therapists and social workers providing a positive learning environment accommodating the needs of all students, a place where children can apply skills, knowledge and understanding of education and understanding of socially acceptable behaviour.

As a Teaching Assistant, you will:

  • Understand ASC and challenging behaviour
  • Build positive professional relationships between staff, children and parents
  • Provide inclusive learning for all students
  • Understand child protection policies and safeguarding

This is a challenging yet rewarding role perfect for someone who is committed and passionate about teaching, learning and SEND.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Teaching Assistant
  • Manchester

SEN Recruitment are seeking a supportive Teaching Assistant to work in one of our clients inclusive schools in the Manchester area.

This inclusive school has a highly motivated and experienced team of professionals who strive to provide a fun stimulating learning environment that is accessible students of all abilities. The School has a high percentage of children with SEND which includes, physical disabilities, complex needs, speech and language difficulties, autism and sensory needs requiring additional support.

The school has emphasis on inclusive learning across the school to promote confidence and achievement for all pupils through a broad and creative curriculum.

The School provides a positive, diverse, stimulating and challenging environment with excellent resources with the support of highly motivated, experienced, dedicated staff.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Young Adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • SEND Teaching Assistant
  • Cheadle, Stockport

SEN Recruitment are currently recruiting for a Teaching Assistant to work in a Special Needs School in the Cheadle area.

This Specialist School caters for children and young adults both independent learner and supported learners with ASC, ADHD and language delays who require a range of positivity, care and support through their educational learning, self-esteem, confidence and development of important life skills.

This is a challenging yet rewarding role, the perfect applicant will have a passion for teaching and learning SEND. Our client is looking for someone with some previous experience within a similar setting and understands the needs of the students with behavioural, emotional and social difficulties. Someone who can provide full guidance and support for all students by removing all barriers to learning by adapting sessions to meet the needs of everyone.

Assisting with personal care, feeding and changing is a must.

SEN are seeing to appoint a Teaching Assistant with:

  • Knowledge of ASC and positive behaviour management.
  • Communication skills to communicate with other professionals and parents.
  • Knowledge and experience of supporting students with a range of communication aids.
  • Ability to support the delivery of excellent health care such as personal care, medication and therapy.
  • Ability to support day to day activities including educational lessons, feeding, play, therapy and community-based education.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Teaching Assistant
  • Salford

SEN Recruitment are currently recruiting for a Teaching Assistant to work in a Special Needs School in the Salford area working 1:1 with a child with ASC.

This Specialist School caters for children of all abilities with a range of complex needs which includes ADHD and ASC who require a range of positivity, care and support in the school environment.

This is a challenging yet rewarding role, the perfect applicant will have a passion for teaching and learning SEND. Our client is looking for someone with some previous experience within a similar setting, working with young people who are disadvantaged and have behavioural, emotional and social difficulties, ideally, has skills and knowledge in Makaton and PECS as the child has speech and language delays and be happy to assist with intimate care.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • SEND Learning Support Assistant
  • Stockport

Do you have a passion and desire to support Children with severe learning difficulties?

SEN Recruitment are currently recruiting an experienced SEND Learning Support Assistant to be a part of a supply team of staff covering day to day in a Specialist School in the Stockport Area.

The successful applicant will be working as part of a team to support the teaching and learning activities of all students, both children and adults, who have severe and complex educational needs including, ASC, medical needs including physical needs and multi-sensory needs.

The prime aim is to inspire and motivate the students through their learning, communication and independence skills developing important life skills. The perfect applicant will join an experienced staff team, to make a positive difference to a young persons life through their educational learning, accompanying students on community trips encouraging their independence, building positive relationships with students, behaviour management and providing daily care both in and outside of the classroom.

Our client is looking for someone who has a passion for SEND with skills and knowledge of a range of abilities, along with some previous experience within a similar setting, supporting children and young adults with multi-sensory impairments, complex with learning difficulties, challenging behaviour and disabilities.

The roles can be challenging but are very rewarding supporting students through meaningful moments in their lives.

Happy to assist with personal care is a must due to the needs of the students.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Young Adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • 13/02/18
  • SEND Teaching Assistant
  • Liverpool

Are you an enthusiastic highly motivated SEND Teaching Assistant looking for a new role and make a difference to childrens learning and development?

SEN Recruitment and their clients specialist SEND school caters for young adults who have a range of learning difficulties, communication difficulties and multi-sensory and physical needs including; SLD, PMLD, ASC, MLD, Physical and Medical needs.
The role will involve providing assistance with teaching and learning activities for all students who have severe and complex educational needs and preparation of lesson plans and learning resources for each individual appropriately suited. As an SEND Teaching Assistant you will have excellent verbal and written communication skills to be able to speak with relevant professionals and parents as well as maintenance of students reports and assessments.
Happy to assist with personal care is a must for all students.
Knowledge of PECS and BSL is looked upon favourably.
Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.
For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • SEND Teaching Assistant
  • Wigan

Inclusive Primary School looking for a Teaching Assistant who specialises in supporting inclusive education in schools.

This inclusive school has a highly motivated and experienced team of professionals who strive to provide a fun stimulating learning environment that is accessible students of all abilities. The School has a high percentage of children with SEND and has emphasis on inclusive learning across the school to promote confidence and achievement for all pupils through a broad and creative curriculum.

The School provides a positive, diverse, stimulating and challenging environment with excellent resources with the support of highly motivated, experienced, dedicated staff.

The ideal applicant will be a dedicated Teaching Assistant with an understanding of special education needs and who can make a positive difference to childrens learning and social emotional development.

As a Teaching Assistant you will:

  • Be experienced in working with children with SEND and understand a range of needs
  • Have high expectations of all pupils regardless of their needs
  • Have knowledge of PECS and other additional communication aids
  • Have current up to date knowledge of the national curriculum and be able to adapt to suit individual needs

 

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

 

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • Teaching Assistant
  • Macclesfield

Do you have passion for promoting positive behaviour and inclusion within schools for children with SEMH?

SEN Recruitment are seeking to appoint an experienced Teaching Assistant to support pupils who have a diagnosis of ASC, ADHD and SEMH in an alternative provision in the Macclesfield area.

This role includes supporting students who have been identified with SEND and behavioural difficulties on a one to one and small group basis providing all round support where needed through areas including, educational learning, social and emotional support, behaviour support, pastoral care, attendance and learning those important life skills.

The successful applicant will support the class teacher in addressing the needs of all pupils with a focus on helping with behaviour management to promote positive behaviour to overcome barriers of learning.

As you will be seen as a role model to these students you must be able to build positive professional relationships with the students to be able to provide advice and support which will enable the children to make the right choices throughout their learning, behaviour, progress and achievements.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Young Adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • 12/02/18
  • Teaching Assistant
  • Macclesfield

Do you have a passion to help and support others to achieve their full potential?

SEN Recruitment are currently recruiting a Teaching Assistant to work in a Specialist School in the Manchester area. The ideal applicant will be an enthusiastic individual challenge with knowledge and understanding of SEND and experience in working with children and young adults in this environment.

This is a temporary role until Easter Half term starting immediately.

This specialist school focuses on offering full support and guidance to their students who have emotional, social and behavioural difficulties. They may also have difficulties including school phobia, anxiety, depression, ADHD, acquired brain injury or ASC. All professionals at the school have expertise in providing care and education services for children and young people.

The school and staff are proud that students break through their barriers and achieve. Staff are committed to helping our students to move forward into a happy and fulfilled future, equipped with the skills they need.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • SEND Teaching Assistants Required
  • South Manchester

Are you an experienced Teaching Assistant with a passion for teaching and learning SEND?

SEN Recruitment and their clients specialist provisions is seeking to appoint a number of Teaching Assistants with knowledge and experience of SEND. This specialist school provision caters for young people ages 11 -19 with a range of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

The school is looking for dynamic Teaching Assistants to assist the teacher and other professionals in the delivery of creative lessons across the curriculum using a multi-sensory and flexible approach.

Students have a variety of SEND including, complex needs, PMLD, SLD, ASC, physical disabilities and speech and language communication needs. Preferably applicants will have understanding of SEND and experience of supporting a range of needs. Alongside the dedicated staff team you will be responsible for creative and positive learning environment for all students to learn and progress as individuals.

Assisting with personal care, feeding and changing is a must.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • 09/02/18
  • Supply Teaching Assistants Required across North West; Liverpool, Manchester, Northwich and Wigan
  • North West

SEN Recruitment are seeking various experienced SEN Teaching Assistants to work in our local Inclusive mainstream and specialist provisions across the North West. Positions available are on a temporary contract until the end of the academic year, on a day to day supply basis with the potential to go onto long term or temp to perm contracts.

Previous experience of working in a school either mainstream or SEND provision, preferably with SEND learners is looked upon favourably as well as:

  • Knowledge of PECS/Makaton
  • Knowledge of national curriculum and P Levels
  • Understanding of a range of special educational needs and disabilities
  • Ability to promote positive behaviour
  • Ability to form positive professional relationships with learners, staff and parents/carers
  • Knowledge and understanding of Educational Health Care Plans

Happy to assist with personal care is a must, feeding and changing.

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about a supply role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • 07/02/18
  • SEN Caseworkers
  • Stockport

SEN Recruitment and one of our clients –  child and adult support assessment firms, are seeking to appoint candidates who have a sound knowledge and experience of working with SEN statements and EHC plans.

This role will be office based in the Manchester city centre. The client supports schools and social services in the creation of relevant assessments and personal documents for children and young adults with special educational needs and disabilities.

As a SEN Caseworker, you will be responsible for converting SEN statements to EHC plans for individual children using the supporting information provided.

Applicants must:

  • Have the experience of writing ECH plans
  • Be able to work well under pressure and accurately to deadlines
  • Be experienced in educational environments
  • Knowledge of legislation and regulations relating to education issue in particular, SEND

Applicants must have experience converting SEN statement plans to EHC plans.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory reference and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information please send an up to date CV or call on of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • 06/02/18
  • SEND Teaching Assistants
  • Stockport

Teaching Assistants required for immediate start.

SEN Recruitment are seeking to appoint experienced SEND Teaching Assistants to be a part of team of dedicated professionals in a specialist SEND provision in the Stockport area. As a Teaching Assistant you will be providing all round care for students who have a range of needs including SLD, PMLD, MLD, ASC, Complex and Medical needs.

You will be working on a one to one basis with a student delivering educational activities, communication and personal development and teaching important life skills recognising areas of requiring any additional support and guidance.

The prime aim is to guide and encourage students to explore new opportunities building confidence, self-esteem and independence.

Our client is looking for candidates who have a passion for SEND with skills and knowledge of a range of abilities, along with some previous experience within a similar setting who is able to support children and young adults in small groups and on a one to one basis.

If you have a passion for SEND and would like to make a difference to a young person learning and development, apply now!

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call on of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • SEND Education Casework Administrator
  • Manchester

SEN Recruitment are specialists in special educational needs and disabilities, as well as working with schools we also work with other services that support schools and children with SEND. One of our clients –  child and adult support assessment firms, are seeking to appoint candidates who have a sound knowledge and experience of working with SEN statements and EHC plans.

This role will be office based in the Manchester city centre. The client supports schools and social services in the creation of relevant assessments and personal documents for children and young adults with special educational needs and disabilities.

As a SEN Casework Administrator, you will be responsible for converting SEN statements to EHC plans for individual children using the supporting information provided.

Applicants must:

  • Have the experience of writing ECH plans
  • Be able to work well under pressure and accurately to deadlines
  • Be experienced in educational environments
  • Knowledge of legislation and regulations relating to education issue in particular, SEND

Teachers and Support Workers are welcome to apply.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory reference and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information please send an up to date CV or call on of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • 01/02/18
  • SEN Teaching Assistants
  • Oldham

Are you an enthusiastic highly motivated Teaching Assistant with SEN experience and looking for a new role and make a difference to childrens learning and development?

SEN Recruitment and their clients Specialist SEND Primary School caters for children who have a range of learning difficulties, communication difficulties and multi-sensory and physical needs including; SLD, PMLD, ASC, MLD, Physical and Medical needs.

The role will involve providing assistance with teaching and learning activities for all students who have severe and complex educational needs and preparation of lesson plans and learning resources for each individual appropriately suited. As an SEN Teaching Assistant, you will have excellent verbal and written communication skills to be able to speak with relevant professionals and parents as well as maintenance of students reports and assessments.

The successful candidate will:

  • Be experienced in working with children with SEND and understand a range of needs
  • Have high expectations of all pupils regardless of their needs, encouraging all students to reach their individual targets and maximise their potential to learn and achieve
  • Have current up to date knowledge of the National Curriculum and P Levels, being able to adapt education and learning to suit individual needs
  • Promoting and encouraging children to communicate and develop their social and emotional development skills
  • Knowledge and experience of using additional communication aids such as PECS

Assistance with personal care, feeding and changing is essential.

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Key Stage 2 Teacher
  • Manchester

Are you a passionate, self-motivated primary teacher looking for a new role?

One of our clients based in Manchester are seeking to appoint a highly motivated and successful teacher to teach in KS2 class, to plan and deliver a broad and adapted curriculum to students of all abilities. Knowledge of National Curriculum and P Levels is essential.

Due to needs of some of the students, challenging behaviours may occur therefore it is essential to have knowledge and understanding of positive behaviour management.

You will be working alongside the other professionals providing a positive learning environment accommodating the needs of all students, a place where children can progress, apply skills and knowledge and gain understanding of socially acceptable behaviour.

We are seeking a teacher who will:

  • Be committed to the teaching and childrens progression and development through high level teaching.
  • Provide an inclusive learning environment.
  • Actively contributing to school development, sharing ideas and resources.
  • Liaise professionally with staff, parents/carers and students.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to equal opportunities

The school is on an exciting journey to grow and are looking for someone who is passionate and motivated to assist with this growth and implement new ideas and strategies.

NQT’s are welcome to apply.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV to info@senrecruitment.co.uk or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • SEN Teaching Assistants
  • Wigan

SEN Teaching Assistant requireds– Temp basis

SEN Recruitment are seeking a diverse supportive Teaching Assistant to work in one of our clients inclusive schools in the Wigan area.

The school caters for primary aged students of all needs and abilities having a high percentage of SEND students and has emphasis on inclusive learning across the school to promote confidence and achievement for all pupils.

The school provides a positive stimulating and challenging environment with excellent resources with the support of highly motivated, experienced, dedicated staff.

With a mixture of abilities students learn from a broad and differentiated curriculum including the national curriculum which is adapted to meet each individuals needs.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Young Adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Learning Support Assistant
  • Stockport

Experienced confident Learning Support Assistant required to support SEND learners in a specialist school in the Stockport area.

SEN Recruitment are supporting the school in appointing a caring and creative Learning Support Assistant to assist with the teaching and support of its students who require additional assistance with their learning, communication and social, emotional development.

As a Learning Support Assistant, you will be building positive professional relationships with the students and recognising areas in which they may require additional support and guidance either in their communication, education or personal development. Independence is promoted to students at all times.

The prime aim is to inspire and motivate the students through their learning, communication and independence skills developing important life skills both in the classroom and on community-based trips.

Our client is looking for someone who has a passion for SEND with skills and knowledge of a range of abilities, along with some previous experience within a similar setting, supporting children and young adults with multi-sensory impairments, complex with learning difficulties, challenging behaviour and disabilities.

Happy to assist with personal care is a must.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Teaching Assistant
  • Wigan

Experienced confident Teaching Assistant required to support SEND learners in a specialist school in the Wigan area.

SEN Recruitment are supporting the school in appointing a caring and creative Teaching Assistant to assist with the teaching and support of its students who require additional assistance with their learning, communication and social, emotional development.

As a Teaching Assistant, you will be building positive professional relationships with the students and recognising areas in which they may require additional support and guidance either in their communication, education or personal development. Independence is promoted to students at all times.

The prime aim is to inspire and motivate the students through their learning, communication and independence skills developing important life skills both in the classroom and on community-based trips.

Our client is looking for someone who has a passion for SEND with skills and knowledge of a range of abilities, along with some previous experience within a similar setting, supporting children and young adults with multi-sensory impairments, complex with learning difficulties, challenging behaviour and disabilities.

Happy to assist with personal care is a must.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Teaching Assistant
  • Manchester

SEN Recruitment are seeking a motivated and experienced Teaching Assistant to cover leave in one of our clients schools in the Manchester area.

With a mixture of abilities students learn from a broad and differentiated curriculum which is adapted to meet each pupils needs with access to excellent resources under the guidance and supervision of Teachers and Teaching Assistants.

Ideally the successful applicant will have some experience supporting students with a range of SEND which may include speech development delays and physical disabilities.

The prime aim is to provide care and education assisting children in developing and reaching individual targets following the national curriculum. Students are working at varying P Levels, so it is essential to be adaptable to meet their needs.

As a Teaching Assistant you will:

  • Establish professional supportive relationships with children and parents
  • Encourage acceptance and inclusion for all students
  • Encourage social interactions and independence for students
  • Promote independence, reinforcing confidence and self-esteem
  • Have knowledge and experience supporting national curriculum and P Levels
  • Understanding of ASC and Challenging Behaviour strategies

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Support Workers
  • Northwich

Support Workers required for Immediate Start!

Are you a support worker who is passionate about special needs? Are you a caring person who wants to make a positive difference in the lives of young adults with learning difficulties?

One of our clients SEND provisions are looking for a support worker to work in one of their residential homes. The role will include supporting the young adults in all aspects of care including health and recreational activities with an emphasis on promoting independence. The organisation provides residential care to young adults with severe autism and complex needs and aims to provide high standards of care that enable the young adults to meet their full potential.

The ideal candidate will have experience of working with children and adults with autism. Due to the complex needs of the residents it is important that you have good behaviour management skills in order to manage challenging behaviour effectively.

The successful applicant will be expected to work on a shift rota which includes a mix of early and late starts as well as a sleep-in night shift – over the week you will work 37.5 Hours.

Shift hours are; 7.45am – 3pm, 2.45pm – 10pm, 7.45am – 10pm. This is over a 7-day week with the expectation of up to 2 sleep in nights per week if required (these will be following on from a 10pm finish until 8am the next morning).

Contractually, staff are expected to work 37.5 hours per week, but this may be averaged as 150 over a 4-week period or 112.5 over 3 weeks (some weeks they may do more, some weeks less).

The provision offers extensive training and a committed team of practitioners who all share a passion for care.

For more information on this role, please call a member of our team on 01925 906 500 or email an up to date CV.

 

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  • 30/01/18
  • Teaching Assistants
  • Handforth - Cheshire

Teaching Assistants required for immediate start – number of positions available.

Are you an enthusiastic highly motivated Teaching Assistant looking for a new role and make a difference to learning and development for students of all abilities?

SEN Recruitment and their clients specialist SEND school caters for children and young adults who have a range of learning difficulties, communication difficulties and multi-sensory and physical needs including; SLD, PMLD, ASC, MLD, Physical and Medical needs.

The role will involve providing assistance with teaching and learning activities for all students who have severe and complex educational needs. As you will be required to support students in small groups and on a one to one basis it is essential to be creative and adaptable with the ability to create and prepare learning resources for each individual appropriately suited.

This is a challenging yet rewarding role, ideal for applicants who have a passion for SEND and desire to deliver all round care and support to students providing an inclusive, positive learning environment.

Students may require additional assistance with their personal care, feeding and changing therefore is is essential to be happy to assist with this.

Relevant training provided with the school.

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Teaching Assistants Required
  • Manchester and Stockport

Teaching Assistants Required.

SEN Recruitment are seeking to appoint Teaching Assistants for mainstream inclusive schools in the Manchester and Stockport areas.

As Teaching Assistants in an inclusive setting you will be adapting and delivering activities and lessons to a children who require additional support. Due to the needs of the children, specific requirements and adaptations are to be made throughout daily routines to assist with the progression of learning and personal, social and emotional development.

Successful applicants will be working alongside the class teacher and other professionals providing care and support for the children and having their best interests as a prime aim providing inclusive learning. Having understanding and knowledge of SEND and managing challenging behaviour is essential.

The successful applicants will help the children to meet their individual goals and targets with their education and development.

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • Teaching Assistants Required for immediate starts!
  • Stockport

Teaching Assistants required for immediate start!

SEN Recruitment are seeking to appoint experienced SEND Teaching Assistants to be a part of team of dedicated professionals in a Specialist School in the Stockport area.

The children and young people in the Specialist School have a range of learning, communication, multi-sensory and physical needs and many students with autism spectrum condition.

You will be building positive professional relationships with the students and recognising areas in which they may require additional support and guidance either in their communication, education or personal development.

The prime aim is to inspire and motivate the students through their learning, communication and independence skills developing important life skills both in the classroom and on community based trips.

Our client is looking for applicants who have a passion for SEND with skills and knowledge of a range of abilities, along with some previous experience within a similar setting who is able to support children and young adults in small groups and on a one to one basis.

Happy to assist with personal care is a must.

If you have what it takes to be a part of the team, apply now!!

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Young Adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • SEND Teaching Assistants Required
  • Wigan

SEND Teaching Assistants Required.

SEN Recruitment are recruiting for confident, caring and friendly SEND Teaching Assistants with a passion and desire to support Children with complex needs, ASC, PMLD, SLD and medical needs for roles available in both mainstream and SEND provisions in the Wigan area.

This challenging yet rewarding role will entail supporting students in a range of activities with the help and support of the teacher and other relevant professionals. The perfect applicants will be able to inspire and motivate the students through their learning, communication and independence skills developing important life skills focusing on their strengths.

Our client is looking for those who have a passion for SEND with skills and knowledge of a range of abilities, along with some previous experience within a similar setting. Applicants must be happy to assist with personal care.

The perfect applicants will be valuable members of the school and team who will be able to communicate and work with other highly qualified, experienced professionals with the students best interest as the prime aim.

If you are interested in a new role within special needs education, apply now!!

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Young Adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • SEN Teaching Assistant
  • Macclesfield

SEN Teaching Assistant required – Temp basis

SEN Recruitment are seeking a diverse supportive Teaching Assistant to work in one of our clients inclusive schools in the Macclesfield area.

The school caters for primary aged students of all needs and abilities having a high percentage of SEND students and has emphasis on inclusive learning across the school to promote confidence and achievement for all pupils.

The school provides a positive stimulating and challenging environment with excellent resources with the support of highly motivated, experienced, dedicated staff.

With a mixture of abilities students learn from a broad and differentiated curriculum including the national curriculum which is adapted to meet each individuals needs.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Young Adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Teaching Assistants Required – Temp
  • Manchester

Teaching Assistant required for temp cover.

This specialist SEND provision provides a safe and caring environment where a team of dedicated, experienced professionals work together to support SEND students to recognise and achieve their full potential.

As a SEND Teaching Assistant, you will work collaboratively with other professionals, supporting students in developing their confidence, self-esteem, increasing school participation and generally promoting independence.

It is essential that you have a pastoral caring approach with students and can build positive professional relationships to maximise the individual’s potential.

Additional requirements may include assisting with feeding and changing. Ideally the successful applicant will have some experience supporting students with a range of SEND which may include speech development delays, behavioural difficulties and physical disabilities.

As a Teaching Assistant you will:

  • Establish professional supportive relationships with children and parents
  • Encourage acceptance and inclusion for all students
  • Encourage social interactions and independence for students
  • Promote independence, reinforcing confidence and self-esteem
  • Have knowledge and experience supporting national curriculum and P Levels
  • Understanding of ASC and Challenging Behaviour strategies

The ideal applicant will have experience in a similar setting.

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • SEN Teaching Assistant
  • Wigan

Are you a SEN Teaching Assistant searching for a new role in special needs education?

SEN Recruitment and their clients specialist SEND provision are seeking to appoint a motivated Teaching Assistant, on a temp basis, who is a passionate and caring individual to assist in the delivery of education and life skills support for students who have, severe and mild learning difficulties, physical delays and medical needs.

Due to the complex needs of the students, applicants must be willing to participate in personal care including feeding and changing as well as manual handling processes. The ideal applicant will have a caring approach and be able to work collaboratively with other professionals and parents to ensure continuity of care.

Our client is looking for someone who has a passion for SEND with skills and knowledge of a range of abilities, along with some previous experience within a similar setting.

The perfect applicant will be a valuable member of the school and team having the students best interests as the prime aim.

Please note all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Residential Support Workers
  • Chester

Are you a support worker who is passionate about special needs? Are you a caring person who wants to make a positive difference in the life’s of young adults with learning difficulties?

One of our clients based in Chester are looking for a support worker to work in one of their residential homes. The role will include supporting the service users in all aspects of care including health and recreational activities with an emphasis on promoting independence. The organisation provides residential care to young adults with severe autism and complex needs and aims to provide high standards of care that enable the service users to meet their full potential.

The ideal candidate will have experience of working with children and adults with autism. Due to the complex needs of the service users it is important that you have good behaviour management skills in order to manage challenging behaviour effectively.

The successful applicant will be expected to work on a shift rota which includes a mix of early and late starts as well as a sleep-in night shift – over the week you will work 37.5 Hours. The provision offers extensive training and a committed team of practitioners who all share a passion for care.

Interviews for this role will be held on Thursday the 1st and Friday the 2nd of February.

For more information on this role, please call a member of our team on 01925 906 500 or email an up to date CV to info@senrecruitment.co.uk

 

 

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  • 26/01/18
  • Teaching Assistant
  • Cheadle

Teaching Assistant required SEND School in the Cheadle area.

As a Teaching Assistant you will be providing all round care for students who have a range of needs including SLD, PMLD, MLD, ASC, Complex and Medical needs. Due to their needs challenging behaviours may occur therefore understanding of positive behaviour strategies are looked upon favourably but not essential.

As a Teaching Assistant you will be working on a one to one basis with a student delivering educational activities, communication and personal development and teaching important life skills.

The prime aim is to guide and encourage students to explore new opportunities building confidence, self-esteem and independence.

If you have a passion for SEND and would like to make a difference to a young person learning and development, apply now!

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call on of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • Learning Support Assistant
  • Stockport

SEN Recruitment are currently seeking to appoint a Learning Support Assistant in one of our clients specialist schools in the Stockport area.

This specialist SEN provision caters for children and young adults with needs including PMLD, SLD, MLD, ASC, Complex and Medical needs. Providing a caring, happy environment for students to learn and progress as individuals under the supervision of a team of nurturing professionals.

As a Learning Support Assistant, you will be assisting with the delivery of educational activities, speech and language support and general all round care in small groups and on a one to one basis following lesson plans and daily routines by the class teacher.

We are looking for passionate enthusiastic individuals who are creative and able to use their own initiative when supporting in the school.

Experience in a similar setting is preferred but not essential.

If you have a passion for SEND and providing care and support for children and young adults, apply now!!

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • 22/01/18
  • Caseworker
  • Manchester

SEN Recruitment are specialists in special educational needs and disabilities. As well as working with schools we also work with other services that support schools and children with SEND. One of our clients –  child and adult support assessment firms, are seeking to appoint candidates who have a sound knowledge and experience of working with and writing EHC Plans.

This role will be office based in the Manchester area. The client supports schools and social services in the creation of relevant assessments and personal documents for children and young adults with special educational needs and disabilities. As a EHC plan writer you will be responsible for the conversion of the statements for each individual and supporting information provided and have excellent written skills and attention to detail.

Ideally the successful candidates with have extensive experience supporting SEND children and young adults with experience of developing EHC plans and translating information from SEND statements to EHC plans.

Teachers and support workers are welcome to apply.

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory reference and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information please send an up to date CV or call on of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Primary Teacher
  • Stockport

SEN Recruitment are currently recruiting for a qualified Primary Teacher with an SEND Specialism the Stockport area.

The ideal candidate will have knowledge and experience in working with children of all abilities in an inclusive learning environment.

This inclusive primary school has a highly motivated and experienced team of professionals who strive to provide a fun stimulating learning environment that is accessible to all pupils.

The successful applicant will be a good team player, passionate and dynamic both in their personality and their approach to teaching. They will be confident and able to liaise with parents, teaching assistants and other professionals.

This is a challenging yet rewarding role to work in a fantastic school with a supportive team, perfect for someone who has a passion about learning, teaching and SEND taking the individual needs of every child as a prime aim.

NQT’s are welcome to apply.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Key Stage 1 Teacher
  • Salford

SEN Recruitment are currently recruiting for a qualified Primary Teacher in Key Stage 1 with a passion for SEND to work in the Salford area.

This School provides a high standard of education and care to children of all abilities including a range of additional needs including ASC and ADHD. The ideal candidate who is a positive, confident and an enthusiastic individual will be joining a professional, creative, dedicated, specialist team. As each child is working at either National Curriculum Key Stages and some varying P levels so lessons will need to be adapted to meet individual needs.

Applicants must:

  • Understand National Curriculum and P levels
  • Be to able to direct Teaching Assistants and communicate with relevant professionals
  • Inspire and motivate children and colleagues
  • Work efficiently both as a member of a team and independently
  • Commit to ensuring all children reach their full potential
  • Communicate having working relationships with schools, agencies, parents, carers

This is a challenging yet rewarding role perfect for someone who is passionate about teaching, learning and SEND.

NQT’s are welcome to apply.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • Teaching Assistant
  • Manchester

Experienced confident Teaching Assistant required to support SEND learners in a specialist school in the Manchester area.

SEN Recruitment are supporting the school in appointing a caring and creative Teaching Assistant to assist with the teaching and support of its students who require additional assistance with their learning, communication and social, emotional development. The school caters for students aged from 5-18 with a range of needs including, SLD, PMLD, ASC, MLD and social, emotional development delay.

This Specialist SEN School provides a safe, positive learning environment, delivering an adapted curriculum to meet individual needs and promote independence through education and social emotional development.

You will be supporting pupils with a range of needs alongside enthusiastic and highly focused staff of Teachers, Therapists and other Teaching Assistants.

You will follow lesson plans set by the class teacher also following Individual Education Plans and Individual Health Care Plans so each child learns to the best of their ability.

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Teaching Assistant
  • Wigan

SEN Recruitment is currently seeking to appoint a Teaching Assistant to assist with the teaching and learning of students who have a range of needs in a specialist SEND school on a temp basis in the Wigan area.

The school is looking for someone who is creative and inspiring with the ability to be a positive professional role model for students who require additional support due to their special educational needs and disabilities.

The successful candidate will be assisting with the delivery of an adapted, sensory curriculum for students with a range of needs including PMLD, SLD, MLD, and ASC.

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Support Worker
  • Stockport

SEN Recruitment are seeking to appoint a Support Worker to assist with the delivery of daily routines and development of social and emotional communication in a specialist school in the Stockport area.

As a Support Worker you will be providing all round care for students who have a range of needs including SLD, PMLD, MLD, ASC, Complex and Medical needs. Due to their needs challenging behaviours may occur therefore understanding of positive behaviour strategies are looked upon favourably.

As a Support Worker you will be working on a one to one basis with a student delivering educational activities, communication and personal development and teaching important life skills following lesson plans set by the class teacher.

The prime aim is to guide and encourage students to explore new opportunities building confidence, self-esteem and independence.

If you have a passion for SEND and would like to make a difference to a young persons learning and development, apply now!

Please note, all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call on of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Teaching Assistant
  • Trafford

SEN Recruitment and one of their clients schools are seeking to appoint an experienced Teaching Assistant for a temp role covering leave within an ambitious and inclusive school where all children of all abilities are supported to fulfil their potential and maximise opportunities.

Children have full support from experienced team of professionals ensuring education and learning is accessible for all children. The prime aim is for children to be motivated to learn and progress as an individual.

The ideal applicant will be a dedicated Teaching Assistant with an understanding of special education needs and who can make a positive difference to a childs learning and social emotional development.

As a Teaching Assistant you will:

  • Be experienced in working with children with SEND and understand a range of needs
  • Have high expectations of all pupils regardless of their needs
  • Form positive professional relationships with children

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Teaching Assistant
  • Salford

Teaching Assistant required for temp cover.

The school provides a safe and caring environment where a team of highly motivated, experienced professionals work together to support SEND students to recognise and achieve their full potential.

As a SEND Teaching Assistant, you will work collaboratively with other professionals, supporting students in developing their confidence, self-esteem, increasing school participation and generally promoting independence.

It is essential that you have a pastoral caring approach with students and can build positive professional relationships to maximise the individual’s potential.

Additional requirements may include assisting with feeding and changing. Those with a sound knowledge of PECS to assist with communication and language will be looked on favourably.

The ideal applicant will have experience in a similar setting.

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Teaching Assistant
  • Manchester

SEN Recruitment are seeking a motivated and experienced Teaching Assistant to cover leave in one of our clients schools in the Manchester area.

The school has a diverse and qualified team of professionals who strive to provide a fun stimulating learning environment that is accessible for all students of all abilities with an emphasis on inclusive learning across the school to promote confidence and achievement for all pupils.

With a mixture of abilities students learn from a broad and differentiated curriculum which is adapted to meet each pupils needs with access to excellent resources under the guidance and supervision of Teachers and Teaching Assistants.

Applicants must have:

  • Knowledge of National Curriculum
  • Supported pupils with a range of needs and abilities
  • Passion for SEND
  • Creative and inspiring individual

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • 18/01/18
  • 1:1 Tutor
  • Wigan

SEN Recruitment are seeking to appoint an experienced motivated Tutor to work 1:1 supporting a pupil with ASC, SEMH and ADHD in the Wigan area.

This is a challenging yet rewarding opportunity for an enthusiastic tutor to offer support and education, teaching cross curricular subjects to with the prime aim to engage and develop strategies to facilitate their return to full time school.

For this role you will need to:

  • Deliver lessons and support the young adult 1:1 using their strengths to engage in learning
  • Build a positive relationship with student and family
  • Carry out assessments and set achievable targets and goals
  • Promote positive behaviour providing appropriate role model behaviour
  • Be able to support the child with their education and social difficulties
  •       Have an interest in how young people learn and behave

NQT’s are welcome to apply.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500

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  • 17/01/18
  • Teachers required
  • London

SEN Recruitment are seeking many Teachers for roles in the London area, an exciting opportunity to support and educate children and young adults encouraging confidence and progression through their developing learning years.

Applicants must be confident in differentiating work and ensuring lessons and activities are accessible to all students of all abilities.

Teachers must be self-motivated and passionate with excellent subject knowledge being committed to inspiring and leading their students to achieve to their full potential with the prime aim to engage and develop strategies for each individual. It is also essential that you have understanding and experience in positive behaviour management.

The roles are challenging yet rewarding to help the children and young adults to reach their full potential by focusing on building confidence, self-esteem and independence.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • Tutors required to support children on a one to one basis with SEND in the Wigan area.
  • Wigan

This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic Tutor to offer support and education to develop confidence and make a difference.

SEN Recruitment are seeking to appoint a Tutor to support a Childs education, teaching across core subjects following the National Curriculum with the prime aim to engage and develop strategies to facilitate their return to a school setting.

This is a challenging yet rewarding role to help the child to reach their full potential by focusing on building confidence, self-esteem and independence. Due to the SEND of the children they may tend to exhibit challenging behaviours due to their backgrounds along with anxiety and struggles in social situations.

For this role you will need to:

  • Deliver lessons and support a child 1:1
  • Build a positive relationship in order to engage them in learning
  • Carry out initial assessments and set achievable targets and goals

Please note, all applicants will be subject to face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV to info@senrecruitment.co.uk or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • 12/01/18
  • Primary Teacher
  • Manchester

SEN Recruitment are seeking to appoint a Primary Teacher who can be an exemplary role model for all pupils.

The ideal candidate will be an enthusiastic and highly motivated experienced teacher who is committed to high standards of teaching, learning and behaviour. This post is suitable for a skilled and inspirational Teacher with experience of mixed abilities.

As the class teacher, you will have a caring attitude towards pupils and parents and demonstrate enthusiasm and creativity whilst working with others and always maintain high expectation of yourself and your pupils.

You must be able to deliver excellent classroom methods to the students through a broad and inspiring learning curriculum. The school are looking for a teacher who can get stuck in to their new role and assist in raising achievement for the children.

NQT’s welcome to apply.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV to info@senrecruitment.com or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500

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  • Calling out to all Psychology graduates!!
  • Manchester

Are you looking for a new role within your new profession? Are you looking to expand your knowledge and experience in a Special Educational Needs environment?

SEN Recruitment are seeking to appoint a Learning Support Assistant to assist with the delivery of learning and development to students in one of our clients’ specialist SEND schools.

The school caters for children and young adults aged 5-19 who have a range of needs including ASC, SLD, PMLD, MLD, Complex Needs and Challenging Behaviour. As a Learning Support Assistant, you will be building positive professional relationships with the students and recognising areas in which they may require additional support and guidance either in their communication, education or personal development. Independence is promoted to students at all times.

Due to the needs of the students assisting with personal care, feeding and changing is essential.

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory reference and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role, please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • 10/01/18
  • SEND Teaching Assistant
  • Liverpool

SEN Recruitment and one of their clients schools are seeking to appoint an experienced Teaching Assistant to work within an ambitious and inclusive school where all children of all abilities are supported to fulfil their potential and maximise opportunities.

Children have full support from experienced team of professionals ensuring education and learning is accessible for all children. The prime aim is for children to be motivated to learn and progress as an individual.

The ideal applicant will be a dedicated Teaching Assistant with an understanding of special education needs and who can make a positive difference to childrens learning and social emotional development.

As a Teaching Assistant you will:

  • Be experienced in working with children with SEND and understand a range of needs
  • Have high expectations of all pupils regardless of their needs
  • Form positive professional relationships with children
  • Have current up to date knowledge of the national curriculum and be able to adapt to suit individual needs
  • Have knowledge of positive behaviour management

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV to info@senrecruitment.co.uk or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Teaching Assistant
  • Liverpool

SEN Recruitment are seeking to appoint an experienced Teaching Assistant to support learners in a specialist SEND high school in the Liverpool area.

The school is looking for someone with experience and knowledge of a range of SEND including ASC, PMLD, SLD, MLD and Social Emotional Development Delays and best ways in which to support the learners.

The successful candidate will be a creative enthusiastic member of staff who will assist with the delivery of lessons and providing care and support for all learners.

This is a challenging yet rewarding role perfect for someone with a passion for teaching and learning SEND.

Knowledge of PECS and other communication aids is looked on favourably.

As a Teaching Assistant you must have the ability to adapt sessions to meet the needs of each individual learner with knowledge of P Levels.

Experience in a similar role is essential.

Please note all applicants are subject to face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Learning Support Assistant
  • Manchester

SEN Recruitment are currently seeking to appoint an experienced Learning Support Assistant to support the delivery of an adapted curriculum for SEND pupils in a specialist primary school who have a range of SEND including ASC, Physical Difficulties and Speech and Language Delays.

The school based in the Manchester area caters for pupils who have a range of SEND needs and require specific resources and support to be able to reach their maximum potential in their education, communication and social, emotional development.

The successful applicant will assist with the delivery of an adapted curriculum, provide all round care and support and encourage positive behaviours breaking down all barriers to learning and progressing as individuals.

You will be supporting pupils with a range of needs alongside enthusiastic and highly focused staff of Teachers, Therapists and other Teaching Assistants.

You will follow lesson plans set by the class teacher also following Individual Education Plans and Individual Health Care Plans so each child learns to the best of their ability.

Pupils are learning at varying levels therefore being adaptable and understanding a range of SEND needs is essential.

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • SEND Teaching Assistant
  • Wigan

Are you a confident, caring and friendly Teaching Assistant with a passion and desire to support Children with severe learning difficulties?

SEN Recruitment are currently recruiting for a Teaching Assistant to work in an ‘outstanding’ Specialist School in the Wigan area who caters for students age ranging from Early Years to College.

This challenging yet rewarding role supporting Children and Young Adults with a variety of complex needs which may include ASC, PMLD, SLD. With these abilities of the students you can exhibit other difficulties such as behavioural, emotional and sensory. Our client is looking for someone who has a passion for SEND with skills and knowledge of a range of abilities, along with some previous experience within a similar setting and happy to assist with personal care.

The perfect applicant will be a valuable member of the school and team who will be able to communicate and work with other highly qualified, experienced professionals with the Childs best interest as the prime aim.

The successful candidate will be assisting with the delivery of an adapted, sensory curriculum for students with a range of needs including PMLD, SLD, MLD, and ASC.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Young Adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV to info@senrecruitment.co.uk or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Primary Teacher SEND Specialism
  • Manchester

SEN Recruitment are seeking to appoint an experienced, adaptable qualified SEND Teacher to plan and deliver a broad and adapted curriculum for students who have Autism and moderate learning difficulties in a Special Needs Primary School in the Manchester area.

As a SEND Teacher you will support education and learning with students who are working towards the national curriculum, encouraging development and progression in all areas including communication and independence. The school encourages all students to explore education promoting reading and writing.

The class has 6 pupils and up to two learning assistants to work together to accommodate and assist with meeting the needs of all the students in a positive learning environment.

The school is looking for someone who is passionate about teaching and learning SEND and be a part of the growth and development of new ideas and strategies for the school and childrens progression.

As a Key Stage 2 SEN Teacher you will:

  • Understand ASC and challenging behaviour
  • Be self-motivated and pro-active
  • Plan and deliver a broad and adapted curriculum following national curriculum
  • Understand PECS
  • Build positive professional relationships between staff, children and parents
  • Provide inclusive learning for all students in a safe, happy environment
  • Experience of supporting primary students in mainstream and specialist schools

NQT’s are welcome to apply.

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory reference and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV to info@senrecruitment.co.uk or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • SEND Teaching Assistant
  • Manchester

Are you a confident, caring and friendly Teaching Assistant with a passion and desire to support Children with severe learning difficulties?

SEN Recruitment are currently recruiting an experienced SEND Teaching Assistant to work in a Specialist School in the Manchester area who caters for students with complex needs, ASC, PMLD, SLD and medical needs including physical needs and multi-sensory needs.

This challenging yet rewarding role supporting the students with the help and support off the teacher and other relevant professionals. The perfect applicant will be able to inspire and motivate the students through their learning, communication and independence skills developing important life skills.

Our client is looking for someone who has a passion for SEND with skills and knowledge of a range of abilities, along with some previous experience within a similar setting and happy to assist with personal care.

The perfect applicant will be a valuable member of the school and team who will be able to communicate and work with other highly qualified, experienced professionals under the guidance of the class teacher with the Childs best interest as the prime.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Young Adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV to info@senrecruitment.co.uk or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • Teaching Assistant
  • Stockport

Are you an enthusiastic highly motivated Teaching Assistant with SEN experience and looking for a new role and make a difference to childrens learning and development?

SEN Recruitment and their clients Specialist SEND School caters for children who have a range of learning difficulties, communication difficulties and multi-sensory and physical needs including; SLD, PMLD, ASC, MLD, Physical and Medical needs aged from 5-25 years.

The role will involve providing assistance with teaching and learning activities for all students who have severe and complex educational needs and preparation of lesson plans and learning resources for each individual appropriately suited. As an SEN Teaching Assistant, you will have excellent verbal and written communication skills to be able to speak with relevant professionals and parents as well as maintenance of students reports and assessments.

The successful candidate will:

·        Be experienced in working with children with SEND and understand a range of needs

·        Have high expectations of all pupils regardless of their needs, encouraging all students to reach their individual targets and maximise their potential to learn and achieve

·        Form positive professional relationships with children, staff and parents

·        Have current up to date knowledge of the National Curriculum and P Levels, being able to adapt education and learning to suit individual needs

·        Have knowledge of positive behaviour management and strategies in managing challenging behaviour

·        Promoting and encouraging children to communicate and develop their social and emotional development skills

·        Knowledge and experience of using additional communication aids such as PECS

Assistance with personal care, feeding and changing is essential.

Relevant training provided with the school.

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV to info@senrecruitment.co.uk or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • SEND Teaching Assistant
  • Manchester

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SEN Recruitment are looking to recruit an effective SEND Teaching Assistant to support students with a range of needs including ASC, ADHD and ESBD in a specialist primary school in the Trafford area.

The children can present with challenging behaviour where tendencies to lash out physically and verbally can occur. Therefore, you must have a strong Understanding of challenging behaviour and positive behaviour management strategies in order to de-escalate and diffuse behaviour. It is essential that you have a pastoral caring approach with students and can build positive professional relationships to maximise the individual’s potential.

The school provides a safe and caring environment where a team of highly motivated, experienced professionals work together to support SEND students to recognise and achieve their full potential.

As a SEND Teaching Assistant, you will work collaboratively with other professionals, supporting students in developing their confidence, self-esteem, increasing school participation and generally promoting independence.

Additional requirements may include assisting with feeding and changing. Those with a sound knowledge of PECS to assist with communication and language will be looked on favourably by the school

The ideal applicant will have experience in a similar setting.

Please note all applicants are subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV to info@senrecruitment.co.uk or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • 09/01/18
  • English Teacher
  • Brent, London

SEN Recruitment are dedicated to finding specialist teachers with the relevant skills and talent to teach children with SEND.

One of our clients based in the Brent area of London, are looking for a strong English Teacher with a passion for children with SEND who wants to make a difference in a challenging yet rewarding role.

The school is an alternative provision for children with social emotional behavioural and mental health difficulties who are predominately looked after children or children from difficult backgrounds. The school has a fantastic team of staff who are dedicated to supporting the children not only academically but on a pastoral basis in order to build self esteem. The school is dedicated in helping the students succeed, building relationships and making the curriculum accessible to all the pupils. The successful applicant will be confident in teaching English up to key stage 3 and be able to differentiate accordingly to meet the needs of individuals who may not be achieving at the expected levels.

Due to the needs of the students, a high number of learners are working below the national average however the school believes in challenging the students and creating learning opportunities to allow all students to achieve.

The students can display challenging behaviours at times, therefore you will have strong behaviour management skills and be able to de-escalate and diffuse situations effectively. You will also be able to work well as a team and be child centred in your approach to teaching.

It isn’t essential that you have experience working in a special needs setting, those who are passionate about SEND who are looking to get into the field are welcome to apply.

For more information on this role, please email an up to date CV or call a member of our team on 01925 906500.

Please note, this is a long term role therefore you must be committed and looking for full time work in order to provide consistency for the students.

Applicants are subject to a full enhanced DBS and satisfactory references.

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  • 16/10/17
  • SEN Teacher
  • Manchester

SEND FE Teacher required to support a class of pupils with ASC, planning and delivering adapted lessons to meet the needs of the individual.

Along with their educational activities, therapy sessions and speech and language support you will also be guiding and teaching the students to learn life skills, personal skills and independent living skills. Trips out into the community are important for students learning all skills, with the additional help from support assistants.

This specialist SEND school provides education, care and support for students of all abilities. Students feel happy and comfortable under the care and supervision of professionals who understand them, their needs and abilities through building positive professional relationships.

SEN Recruitment and our clients school is looking for an experienced FE Teacher who has had experienced teaching SEND students in a similar setting.

NQT’S are welcome to apply.

Please note all applicants are subject to face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

 

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  • 12/10/17
  • SEN Teaching Assistants required across the North West
  • North West

SEN Recruitment are recruiting for a confident, caring and friendly Teaching Assistant with a passion and desire to support Children with severe learning difficulties for role in various positions across the North West 

We are looking for an experienced SEND Teaching Assistant to work in a Specialist School in the Cheshire area that caters for students with complex needs, ASC, PMLD, SLD and medical needs.

This challenging yet rewarding role will entail supporting the student in a range of activities with the help and support of the teacher and other relevant professionals. The perfect applicant will be able to inspire and motivate the students through their learning, communication and independence skills developing important life skills focusing on their strengths.

Our client is looking for someone who has a passion for SEND with skills and knowledge of a range of abilities, along with some previous experience within a similar setting. Applicants must be happy to assist with personal care.
The perfect applicant will be a valuable member of the school and team who will be able to communicate and work with other highly qualified, experienced professionals with the Childs best interest as the prime aim.

We are looking for a Teaching Assistant with:
*A passion for SEN
*Knowledge and understanding of teaching and supporting children with additional needs
*Good communication skills to communicate with other professionals and parents

Please note, all applicants will be subject to a face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for Children and Young Adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500

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  • SEN Tutor
  • Wigan

Tutor required to work 1:1 supporting a Child with SEND in the Wigan area.

This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic Teacher to offer support and education to develop confidence and make a difference.

SEN Recruitment are seeking to appoint a Tutor to support a Childs education, teaching across the curricular subjects with the prime aim to engage and develop strategies to facilitate his return to a school setting.

This is a challenging yet rewarding role to help the child to reach their full potential by focusing on building confidence, self-esteem and independence. The child has difficulties including ADHD, Anxiety and struggles in social situations.

For this role you will need to:
*Deliver lessons and support the child 1:1
*Build a positive relationship in order to engage them in learning
*Carry out initial assessments and set achievable targets and goals
*Create and monitor support plans
*Be an inspiring creative individual
*Have a passion for SEND
*Have experience in a similar setting

Please note, all applicants will be subject to face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV to info@senrecruitment.com or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • SEN Teacher
  • Kent

SEN recruitment specialise in recruiting temporary and permanent positions for specialist teachers with the experience and teacher-guidelines-for-social-mediapassion to teach children and young adults with a range of SEND within specialist schools and colleges.

One of our clients based in Kent are seeking to appoint a teacher to teach a small class of students aged between 19-25 who have complex needs predominately PMLD and ASC.

The ideal candidate will have a real passion for SEND and will have the drive to plan and deliver a broad and adaptable learning curriculum that challenges and encourages independence through learning activities and important life skills that meet individual needs and provide opportunities for learning for all students.

The school offers extensive training and support from senior the leadership team and this is an excellent opportunity to secure a permeant position in a college that strives to provide the best standard of care and education by building skills and confidence so students can achieve their maximum potential with a focus on tackling barriers and inclusion for all.

The school is a private school with a strong team of experienced practitioners and has a high number of students with ASC, PMLD and complex medical needs therefore knowledge of PECS, communication aids and Sensory activities is essential. Applicants must have taught life skills and have a sound knowledge and understanding of P’Levels. Those who are TEAM TEACH trained would be most advantageous.

This position Is to start immediately, interviews will be held with SEN Recruitment and the college during various dates in October.

Please note this is a permanent position and successful applicants will be subject to satisfactory references and an enhanced DBS.

For more information about this fantastic opportunity, please email an up to date CV or call a member of our team on 01925 906500.

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  • 20/06/17
  • Primary/Special Needs Teacher
  • Manchester

SEN recruitment are currently recruiting for an SEN teacher on behalf of a specialist school based in Manchester. The school pride themselves on giving staff and children the best support possible and a positive environment. The school works with pupils that have special needs requirements such as PMLD/Medical needs ASC and SLD.

The candidate will be responsible to report to the Headteacher and Senior Leadership Team whilst liaising support staff, parents, local authority officers and external agencies.

You will be responsible for creating, inspiring and encouraging children learning to their full potential but the staff are working to that standard also.

This Specialist School supports both day and residential students with complex communication and severe to profound learning difficulties including a range of complex learning, communication, multi-sensory and physical needs and many students with autism spectrum condition.

This role will also involve supporting the management and supervision of a team of Learning Support Assistants, to facilitate the students learning and achievement.

The applicant will have:

· Experience of teaching students with SEND

· Teaching experience of students who have sensory impairment, autism and /or communication difficulties

· Teaching experience with students who have severe complex learning difficulties

· A track record of differentiating the Curriculum to meet individual needs

· Understanding of P levels

· Ability to communicate with support staff, parents and other professionals

This is a challenging yet rewarding role perfect for someone who is passionate about teaching, learning and SEND.

NQT’s are welcome to apply.

Please note, all applicants will be subject to face to face interview, satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS for children and young adults.

For more information about this role please send an up to date CV or call one of our consultants on 01925 906 500.

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  • 18/05/17
  • Special Needs Teaching Assistant
  • Salford

Are you passionate about working with children with special needs? Do you have the relevant skills, talent and qualities to work in a specialised field within Education.

One of our schools based in Salford are looking for an experienced Teaching assistant to cover a long term vacancy within school.

The role will involve supporting children and young people with a range of special educational needs including SLD and ASC, working a team to deliver high standard of care and education to children with complex needs.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Relevant experience within the field of SEN
  • Knowledge of communication aids such as PECS and Sign Language
  • The ability to relate well to children with complex needs
  • A positive approach to learning
  • Strong behaviour management skills

You will ideally be qualified to Level 3 in Teaching and Learning or have a minimum of 6 months experience working with children to enable us to obtain relevant.
Please note all applicants will be subject to a full enhanced DBS, satisfactory references and a face to face interview.
For more information about this fantastic opportunity to work in a rewarding yet challenging role, please call a member of our team on 01925 906500 or email an up to date CV to info@senrecruitment.co.uk

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  • 28/04/17
  • Special Needs Teaching Assistant
  • Stockport

SEN Recruitment Recruit Teaching Assistants for a Special Needs School in the Stockport area.

The School is a specialist school for children and young people with profound and multiple learning difficulties and autism.

 We are looking to recruit three teaching assistants who have experience of working with children and young people with special needs, who are looking for permanent work. This is a fantastic opportunity to work in an ‘outstanding’ school that provides high standards of care and education to children with a range of complex needs. You will be part of a strong team of professionals who are passionate about their work and provide relevant training to assist you with your role.

The ideal candidate will have experience of working with children with special needs and be confident in using communication aids such as PECS and Sign Language to promote speech and language.

You will be confident in managing challenging behaviour and be willing to assist in personal care including feeding and changing. You will a good team player and be hands on in the classroom.

Those with a background in health and social care who have worked with children are welcome to apply.

Please note, these posts will become permanent for the right candidates after a fixed period of working through SEN Recruitment to be discussed at interview.

SEN Recruitment are dedicated to safeguarding children and all applicants will be subject to satisfactory references, a face to face interview and a full enhanced DBS.

For more information about these roles, please email and up to date CV or call a member of our team on 01925 906500.

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  • 03/03/17
  • Special Needs Teaching Assistant
  • Salford

Are you a teaching assistant who is passionate about supporting children with special needs? Are you confident in working in a fast paced hands on environment?

Our client are seeking to appoint a teaching assistant to work in a key stage 2 class with children with severe learning difficulties and autism. The school is close to good transport links and is accessible by major motorways.

These duties will involve:-

· Ability to work with pupils who have emotional and/or behavioural difficulties associated with learning difficulties and to be able to assist and carry out physical intervention techniques (Team Teach trained would be most advantageous)

· Ability to work with pupils who have complex medical and physical disabilities in terms of assisting with feeding procedures, low level medical procedures. Supporting pupils with their personal care programmes (toileting and changing pupils where appropriate). Carry out safe moving and handling procedures and the use of equipment to support this.

· To support the teacher and other adults in the class by contributing to the achievement of the school and pupils by compiling and completing Record of Achievement evidence using the school’s ICT facilities.

· To contribute to the ethos and work of the school.

· To implement and uphold the policies, procedures and codes of practice of the school, including Code of Conduct, E-Safety and Health & Safety.

· To support the pupils by understanding their IEP, their level of progress (using Bsquared and P Levels) and their communication systems e.g. PECS / Signalong / Objects of Reference/Symbols.

· To attend and participate, in relevant meetings and training as appropriate.

· To undertake any other additional duties commensurate with the post.

Please note all of our candidates are subject to a full enhanced DBS, a face to face interview and satisfactory references

If you are a good team player who takes a hands on approach in the classroom and are looking for a new challenge where you can make a positive difference, call our office now on 01925 906500

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  • 02/03/17
  • Primary Teacher – Key Stage 1
  • Warrington

One of our clients based in Warrington, are seeking to appoint a Key stage 1 Teacher to cover a long term maternity leave.

The school is a ‘good’ primary school and has good transport links.

Due to the high SEND needs within the class, the school are looking for someone who has experience of teaching children with SEN, particularly autism, who can differentiate work accordingly to ensure all children can access the curriculum and achieve their full potential.

The ideal candidate will have a fun and creative approach to learning with strong leadership skills to lead a team of two teaching assistants who support pupils with SEN and maintain a positive stimulating environment where all children can learn. Those with a particular strength in English will be looked on favourably by the school.

You will have good communication skills and organisational skills and will be confident in managing challenging behaviour.

The school has a good community feel and you will be part of a strong team of staff who are committed to the success of the children ad the school.

All applicants will be subject to a full enhanced DBS that is registered with the update service along with a face to face interview and satisfactory references.

Fore more information about this role and other teaching vacancies we have available, please call our office on 01925 906500 or email an up to date CV

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  • Higher Level Teaching Assistant
  • Cheshire

Fantastic long term opportunity for a Higher Learning Teaching Assistant!

Our Client based in Cheshire are seeking to appoint a HLTA to start as soon as possible.

This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate to join a dedicated team where the children’s success is at the heart of the school.

The School is a Special School that provide high standards of care and education to children with a range of special needs aged from 2 to 19. This post will involve covering PPA across the school when required as supporting class teacher through the day. Other duties will include working with individuals and groups for interventions (including planning for these), carrying out limited amounts of PPA cover and working with other children in the school as directed by the Headteacher/SENCo. The School is a ‘outstanding’ school and are committed to delivering high standards at all times.

The person appointed will have:-

· The Professional Standards for Higher Level Teaching Assistants at the point of application or qualifications that supersede this such as QTS

· Experience of teaching learners with SEND

· Experience of working with children with Autism

· Experience working across The key stages

· Experience of delivering intervention strategies

· Ability to communicate effectively and sensitively with pupils to support their learning.

· A commitment to the learning of all pupils.

· Ability to monitor pupils’ responses to learning and modify approach accordingly.

· Good knowledge of the P’Scales and Sensory Curriculum

· Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues as part of the school team.

· Ability to liaise with outside agencies on behalf of the Headteacher.

· Ability to liaise sensitively and effectively with parents and carers, recognising their roles in pupils’ learning.

· Excellent interpersonal skills that promote positive relationships with all stakeholders.

· Knowledge of a range of strategies to establish a purposeful learning environment and to promote good behaviour.

· Knowledge of the key factors that affect the way pupils learn.

· Ability to plan own lessons including how feedback will be provided to pupils and colleagues on pupils’ learning and behaviour.

· A commitment to improving own practice through observation, evaluation and discussion with the Senior Leadership Team and the Headteacher.

· Excellent attendance and punctuality.

· Willingness to devote time to this important post and the extra-curricular life of the school

For more information about this role, please email an up to date CV or call a member of our team on 01925 906500.

Please note this role is subject to satisfactory references, a full enhanced DBS and a face to face interview.

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  • 11/01/17
  • Level 3 Teaching Assistant
  • Warrington

One of our clients based in Warrington are seeking to appoint two Teaching Assistants to cover two long term vacancies to start immediately.

The School is a ‘good’ school and is looking for people with a strong knowledge of the national curriculum who can raise attainment for children who are struggling in core curricular areas and can work with individuals and small groups of children with special needs including ADHD, Autism and ESBD.

The school has real emphasis on inclusion and has a number of dedicated teaching assistants who work closely with children with special needs to ensure they can access the curriculum and meet their full potential.

We are looking for candidates who are creative and adaptable in their approach to learning, who have strong pastoral skills in order to build self esteem and engage children positively in learning.

Must be confident in managing challenging behaviour and be able to work effectively as part of a dynamic team.

All candidates will be subject to our stringent vetting procedures, which include an enhanced DBS, full work history, references and a face-to-face interview

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  • Special Needs Teaching Assistant
  • Manchester

SEN Recruitment specialise in recruiting for roles related to special educational needs and work with schools across the North West.

We are dedicated to finding roles for candidates who are passionate about special needs and have the required skills to work in such a specialised filed where you can make a positive difference.

One of our schools based in Manchester are seeking to appoint a highly motivated experienced teaching assistant to work in a Y2 class with children with Severe and Profound Learning Difficulties and Autism. A high number of the pupils are non verbal therefore you will be competent in using PECS and Sign Language to assist the learners in communication.

Due to the complex needs of the pupils you will be a strong team player and will work collaboratively with an experienced team of staff to provide consistency for the children.

The ideal candidate will be creative in order to assist with a sensory curriculum, creating fun diverse activities to engage children in learning. You will also be confident in managing challenging behaviour with a focus on using de-escalation techniques to diffuse and distract in order to limit eruptions and anxieties for the students.

This role does involve personal care

Please note, those with a background in health and social care are welcome to apply.

SEN Recruitment are dedicated to safeguarding children and all applicants will be subject to a full enhanced DBS, Satisfactory References relevant to the role and a face to face interview.

Please email an up to date CV or call a member of our team on 01925 906500.

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  • Teaching Assistant
  • Liverpool

SEN Recruitment work with a number of Mainstream and Special Schools in Liverpool and specialise in recruiting Teaching Assistants to work in roles relating to special educational needs that involves working with children with a range of complex needs including SLD, PMLD, ASC and ESBD.

One of our clients is seeking to appoint a teaching assistant to work one to one with a year 5 child with autism and behavioural difficulties.

The ideal candidate will have experience of working with children with autism spectrum conditions and be able to adapt the curriculum to meet the needs of the chid incorporating PECS and visual aids to promote development and learning for the child.

Due to the complex needs of the chid, it is important that you have strong behaviour management skills in order to de-escalate and diffuse challenging situations.

Those who are TEAM TEACH trained would be looked on favourably by the school.

The School are looking for someone who is driven and self motivated who wants to be part of a strong team of staff who share a child centred approach and are dedicated to the success and development of the children.

Those with a health and social care background who have worked with children are welcome to apply.

SEN Recruitment are dedicated to safeguarding children and all applicants will be subject to satisfactory references, a full Enhanced DBS and a face to face interview.

 

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  • Experience for Outstanding Graduates
  • Liverpool/Manchester/Chester/Cheshire

Are you an Outstanding Graduate who is planning on starting your Teacher training in 2017?
Would you like to work as a Teaching Assistant for a full academic year to enhance your experience and knowledge?

As a Teaching Assistant your role is to support the class Teacher and another support staff in the classroom. Some students may have some form of Special Needs, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and ADHD.
SEN Recruitment is committed to the safeguarding and welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Applicants must have experience of working with children in the last year as references are required.

This post is subject to a satisfactory Disclosure and Baring Service (DBS) Enhanced Disclosure Certificate.

Salary is very competitive and will be discussed at interview.

If you would like to discuss in more detail, please contact one of our consultants on 01925 906500

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  • FE Teacher – Team Manager
  • Chester

A fantastic perm opportunity in a leadership role!

We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated, committed and dynamic teacher to manage and lead a 16 + provision at an ‘outstanding’ special needs school, providing learning opportunities life skills and independence to young adults with SPLD and Autism.

The position is a leadership role that requires someone with a dynamic, flexible outlook who can take the lead responsibility for the provision including the management of budgets, bursaries and additional funding, who has a positive vison and can manage all aspects of the provision. The successful candidate will also have teaching responsibilities.

You will be committed to the progress of the students and will provide inspiration and a collaborative approach to working with all staff and colleagues as well as in the wider learning community.

The school is a highly successful 2 – 19 Special School, obtaining an Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ . The ongoing success of the school is due to the continued outstanding contribution from the talented and highly dedicated support staff and teachers who put children and their parents at the heart of everything they do in order to provide a positive learning environment were all children can develop and meet their full potential.

This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of a successful school where you can take the lead in an exciting venture of moving the 16+ provision forward, driving high standards of care and education to young adults with learning difficulties and providing lessons and activities to equip the students with life skills and independence they will need in their adolescence.

Salary will be leadership scale and based on experience

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  • HLTA required
  • Warrington

Our Client based in Cheshire are seeking to appoint a HLTA to start as soon as possible.

This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate to join a dedicated team where the children’s success is at the heart of the school.

This post will primarily involve working in Year 5 and Year 6 to support class teachers but other duties will include working with individuals and groups for interventions (including planning for these), carrying out limited amounts of PPA cover and working with other children in the school as directed by the Head teacher/SENCo. The School is a ‘outstanding’ school and has a high proportion of SEND needs within the school and they are committed to inclusion.

The person appointed will have:-

  • The Professional Standards for Higher Level Teaching Assistants at the point of application or qualifications that supersede this.
  • Experience of teaching learners with SEND
  • Experience of working with children with Autism
  • Experience working across the primary age range
  • Experience of delivering intervention strategies
  • Ability to communicate effectively and sensitively with pupils to support their learning.
  • A commitment to the learning of all pupils.
  • Ability to monitor pupils’ responses to learning and modify approach accordingly.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues as part of the school team.
  • Ability to liaise with outside agencies on behalf of the Head teacher.
  • Ability to liaise sensitively and effectively with parents and carers, recognising their roles in pupils’ learning.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills that promote positive relationships with all stakeholders.
  • Knowledge of a range of strategies to establish a purposeful learning environment and to promote good behaviour.
  • Knowledge of the key factors that affect the way pupils learn.
  • Ability to plan own lessons including how feedback will be provided to pupils and colleagues on pupils’ learning and behaviour.
  • A commitment to improving own practice through observation, evaluation and discussion with the Senior Leadership Team and the Head teacher.
  • Excellent attendance and punctuality.
  • Willingness to devote time to this important post and the extra-curricular life of the school

For more information about this role, please email an up to date CV or call a member of our team on 01925 906500.

Please note this role is subject to satisfactory references, a full enhanced DBS and a face to face interview.

Salary: £75.00 /day

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  • 10/01/17
  • Level 2 SEND Teaching Assistant
  • Wigan

A Teaching Assistant is required with to work one to one with a child with Autism.

One of our clients based in Wigan are seeking to appoint an experienced teaching assistant who has a minimum of a level 2 qualification to work on a one to one basis supporting year 4 child with autism.

The child is below the national average in curricular areas and has sensory needs therefore working alongside the teacher you will be confident with differentiating the curriculum to cater for the child’s needs.

It is essential that applicants have experience of working with children with Autism and can use PECS and visual aids to promote communication, giving confidence to the child to allow them to access learning. The ideal candidate will have strong pastoral kills in order to build a positive relationship with the child, building self esteem and enabling them to develop to their full potential.

You must be a good team player and be able to work collaboratively as a team as well as with parents in order to consistency of care to the child.

This is a great opportunity to work in a ‘good’ school were every child matters and the students happiness and success is at the heart of everything they do.

Those with TEAM TEACH training will be looked on favourably by the school.

If you are interested in learning more about this role or other roles we have available, please send an up to date CV or call a member of our team on 01925 906500.

SEN Recruitment are dedicated to safeguarding children and all of our candidates are subject to a full enhanced DBS check, satisfactory references and a face to face interview.

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  • Special Needs Teaching Assistant
  • Northwhich

One of our clients based in Northwich is looking for an experienced teaching assistant to cover a long term post starting in January

The school is an ‘outstanding’ special school that aims to provide a high standard of care and education to children aged 2 – 19 with severe and profound learning difficulties and autism.

The ideal candidate will have experience of working with children with complex needs and will be passionate about providing a positive learning environment for the children where they can meet their full potential and overcome barriers. The school work towards a differentiated curriculum incorporating sensory learning into the classroom and are looking for someone who is creative and dynamic in their approach to teaching in order to meet individual needs.

A high number of the students are non-verbal therefore those with training in sign language and PECS will be looked on favourably by the school. Due to the complex needs of the children, applicants must be willing to participate in personal care including feeding and changing.

Please note SEN Recruitment are dedicated to safeguarding children and applicants will be subject to a full enhanced DBS, satisfactory references and a face to face interview.

Those with a background in Health and Social Care are welcome to apply.

Form ore information please send an up to date CV or call our office on 01925 906500.

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  • 09/01/17
  • Primary Teacher SEND Specialism
  • Salford

Are you passionate about special needs? are you looking for a long term opportunity where you can make a positive difference?

SEN Recruitment specialise in special educational needs and recruit teachers with a passion and desire to work with children with a range of complex needs who relish working in such a specialised rewarding field.

One of our clients are seeking to appoint a teacher to teach in a Key Stage 1 class, teaching children with SLD and Autism. The class has varied needs and the pupils are working between P3 and P5 therefore you will confident in planning and delivering lessons at these levels. Some of the pupils have speech and language difficulties and require communication aids such as PECS and BSL to assist them with learning.

The school are looking for a highly motivated, creative teacher who is passionate about working with special needs, who is driven by the success of the children and strives to provide high standards of care and education that allows all children to access the curriculum.

You will be adaptable and organised in your teaching approach and be able to lead and motivate a team of experienced teaching assistants in order to provide consistency to the children, creating a positive fun learning environment.

The ideal candidate will be primary trained, NQT’S with a passion for SEND are welcome to apply.

For more information about this role or other roles we have available, please email an up to date CV or call a member of our team on 01925 906500.

Please note all applicants will be subject to a full enhanced DBS check, satisfactory references and a face to face interview.

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  • 06/10/16
  • Teacher required to teach in a PRU
  • Merseyside

Are you a strong teacher with the ability to build relationships with hard to reach children? Are you committed to the education and care of children with special needs?

Our client based in Merseyside are looking for a teacher to teach children aged 7 to 13 who are statemented with Social and Emotional Behavioural Difficulties who have been permanently excluded from mainstream school.

Due to the complex needs of the students you will be resilient and adaptable in your approach to teaching and deliver  fun, creative lessons to engage children positively and promote a positive attitude to learning that leads to development and progression for dis-engaged students.

You will be expected to teach across the curriculum and be able to Differentiate work to meet the needs of those working below the national average in core curricular areas.

Those with a sense of humour along with strong pastoral skills will be looked on favourably by the school.

A high number of students are in care therefore you will be sympathetic to the sensitive  issues that can effect the behaviour of the children. All candidates will be subject to our stringent vetting procedures which includes and Enhanced DBS, full work history, satisfactory references and a face to face interview

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  • Primary Teacher – SPLD and Autism
  • Liverpool

A Primary Teacher is required to teach in an ‘outstanding’ Special Needs School in Liverpool.

Our Client is seeking a Primary Teacher to cover a long term maternity leave to start after October Half Term.

The School provides a high standard of education and care to children aged 2 to 19 with a range of complex needs including SPLD and Autism. The majority of pupils are working at low P Levels and require communication aids such as PECS and BSL to assist them with their learning.
The School ethos is built around a strong team of staff who work in partnership to deliver best practice in all areas in order to provide the best care and education to the pupils allowing them to achieve their full potential in a fun stimulating environment.

You will be required to lead a team of experienced Teaching Assistants in creating learning opportunities for the children that encompass small steps and meet individual needs.
We are looking for someone with:

  •    A passion for SEN
  •    Strong behaviour management skills
  •   A sound knowledge and understanding of teaching children with special needs
  •   A holistic, creative approach to teaching and learning
  •   A good team player
  •    A good sense of humour

Please note, applicants will be subject to satisfactory references, a full enhanced DBS check and a face to face interview

NQT’S are welcome to apply

For more information about this role please call a member of our team on 01925 906500 or click on ‘Apply for job’

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  • Special Needs Teacher – SPLD and Autism
  • Oldham

A Primary Teacher is required to teach in an ‘outstanding’ special needs school in Oldham.

Our Client is seeking a Primary Teacher to cover a long term maternity leave to start after October Half Term.

The School provides a high standard of education and care to children aged 2 to 19 with a range of complex needs including SPLD and Autism. The majority of pupils are working at low P Levels and require communication aids such as PECS and BSL to assist them with their learning.
The School ethos is built around a strong team of staff who work in partnership to deliver best practice in all areas in order to provide the best care and education to the pupils allowing them to achieve their full potential in a fun stimulating environment

You will be required to lead a team of experienced Teaching Assistants in creating learning opportunities for the children that encompass small steps and meet individual needs.
We are looking for someone with:

  •    A passion for SEN
  •    Strong behaviour management skills
  •   A sound knowledge and understanding of teaching children with special needs
  •   A holistic, creative approach to teaching and learning
  •   A good team player
  •    A good sense of humour

Please note, applicants will be subject to satisfactory references, a full enhanced DBS check and a face to face interview

NQT’S are welcome to apply

For more information about this role please call a member of our team on 01925 906500.

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  • Special Needs Teacher
  • Cheshire/Chester

SEN Recruitment has a fantastic opportunity to work in an ‘outstanding’ special needs school in Cheshire.

Our client is seeking to appoint a dynamic, creative teacher to teach in a key stage 2 class of children with SPLD and Autism.

 The children are working between P2 and P4 therefore the ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate the ability to differentiate lessons in order to meet individual learning needs and will be confident in leading a team of experienced TA’s to provide an engaging learning environment for children with complex needs.

A high number of pupils are non-verbal therefore you will be confident in using communication aids and resources such as PECS and Sign Language to assist learning.

 The school are looking for a teacher who is passionate about special needs with a nurturing manner who always strives to provide a high level of care and education to children with special needs and celebrates in their success no matter how small that success may be.

 This is a long term placement and will be subject to a full enhanced DBS check, satisfactory references and a face to  interview.

 Applicants must have QTS. NQT’S are welcome to apply.

 For more information please call our team on 01925 906500 or click on ‘apply for job’

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  • 05/10/16
  • ASC Teaching Assistant
  • Liverpool

Are you looking to secure a role that is diverse and rewarding? Do you want to make a difference in the lives of children with Special Needs?

We are looking for a Teaching Assistants who have experience of working with Autism, who understand the needs and challenges of children with autism and have a caring and positive manner

The ideal candidate will be confident in using PECS to promote speech and language and be able to support children with sensory needs.

Due to the complex needs of the children, you will have the relevant skills and strategies to build positive relationships with the pupils to enable them to achieve and develop to their full potential and engage them in learning.

The School has a dedicated team of experienced teaching assistants that all share the same ethos of a child centred approach to learning, therefore It is essential that you are able to work well as part of a team.

We are looking for someone who is pro active and hands on in the classroom, who strives to provide a positive learning environment for the children.

SEN Recruitment offer a bespoke training package incorporating the key areas of SEN to enhance your CPD and knowledge of working with children with complex needs.

All candidates will be subject to our stringent vetting procedures, which include an enhanced DBS, full work history, references and a face-to-face interview.

Please note those from a caring background are welcome to apply.

To apply please send an up to date CV or contact a member of our team on 01925 906500

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  • Teaching Assistants Required, Various Locations
  • Various

Teaching Assistants urgently required!!

SEN Recruitment are passionate about special educational needs and share that passion with our clients.

We have Teaching Assistants vacancies available in mainstream and special schools across the North west including, Warrington, Cheshire, Chester, Liverpool, St Helens and Manchester.

We have various roles involving supporting children and young adults with a range of special needs including SPLD,ASC,SEMH,EAL and Dyslexia in both mainstream and special needs settings.

If you are passionate about special needs and are looking for a rewarding, challenging role were you can make a positive contribution to the education and care of children with additional needs, email and up to date CV to info@senrecruitment or call a member of our team on 01925 906500.

All applicants will be subject to our stringent vetting procedures, which include an Enhanced DBS Check, full work history, references and a face to face interview.

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  • Behaviour Support Assistant
  • Chehsire

A Teaching Assistant is required to work in a SEMH School in Cheshire working with children with Emotional behavioural difficulties.

The school provides education and care to children who have been permanently excluded from mainstream school

We are looking for an enthusiastic Level 3 qualified (or working towards the qualification) who is:

· Committed to making a difference to the lives of disadvantaged children

· Willing to contribute to the schools development and progression of children in school

· Creative and hands on in their approach to learning

· Ability to develop self-awareness and therapeutic approaches in their practices.

Due to the complex behaviours of the children, applicants Must be confident in managing challenging behaviour and be able to work effectively as part of a dynamic team. Those who are TEAM TEACH trained will be looked on favourably by the school.

All candidates will be subject to our stringent vetting procedures, which include an enhanced DBS, full work history, references and a face-to-face interview.

Fort more information on these roles, please call our team on 01925 906500 or email an up to date CV.

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  • 14/09/16
  • Teaching Assistant
  • Warrington

Are you looking to secure a role that is diverse and rewarding? Do you want to make a difference in the lives of children with Special Needs?

SEN Recruitment work with a number of Special Schools and Mainstream Schools across the North west and fantastic opportunities for the right candidates who are passionate about working with children with special needs.

We are looking for a Teaching Assistant to work in a special school in Warrington who has experience of working with children with Autism, who understands the needs and challenges of children with autism.

The ideal candidate will be confident in using PECS to promote speech and language and be able to support children with sensory needs.

Due to the complex needs of the children, you will have the relevant skills and strategies to build positive relationships with the child to enable them to achieve and develop to their full potential.

The School has a dedicated team of experienced teaching assistants that all share the same ethos of a child centred approach to learning, therefore It is essential that you are able to work well as part of a team.

SEN Recruitment offer a bespoke training package incorporating the key areas of SEN to enhance your CPD and knowledge of working with children with complex needs.

All candidates will be subject to our stringent vetting procedures, which include an enhanced DBS, full work history, references and a face-to-face interview.

To apply please send an up to date CV or contact a member of our team on 01925 906500

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  • MLD/Complex Needs Teacher
  • Chester

SEN Recruitment are seeking a MLD/Complex Needs Teacher for learners with special educational needs and disabilities to work in a ‘outstanding’ school in Chester.

We are looking for a creative and passionate teacher with experience in SEN to teach a key Stage 3 class with complex needs who are working at low P Levels.

The ideal candidate will be primary trained and have a sound knowledge and experience of relevant strategies required to teach children with complex needs including communication aids.

The class has experienced teaching assistants therefore you will have strong leadership skills and strong communication skills in order to work effectively as a team.

Applicants will be able to plan and deliver stimulating lessons that are accessible to all learners, that meet  sensory needs and challenge achievement based on small steps.

If you would like to be considered for this role you will meet the below requirements:

  • have the legal right to work in the UK
  • hold QTS or a UK recognised equivalent teaching qualification
  • This position is subject to an Enhanced CRB Disclosure and professional reference checks
  • your CV must cover the last 5 years of employment history where possible and any employment breaks must be explained

To be considered for this fantastic opportunity, click on apply or call one of our consultants on 01925 906500

 

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  • Special Needs Teaching Assistant
  • Cheshire

SEN Recruitment are currently recruiting for SEN Teaching Assistants to work in a renowned and highly accomplished specialist SEN school in Cheshire.

This school offers exceptional standards of care and education to children and young people with a range of special needs.

The School has specialist education in Sports, Creative and Performing Arts and has numerous provisions and facilities such as a sensory room and a soft play area to name a few.

The school aims to provide education that is accessible to all their learners, meeting their individual needs to prepare them for the next steps in their career and life long journey. Promoting independence and building self esteem is key to the success of the pupils.

The students have various Special Educational Needs such as ADHD, ASC, PMLD and associated behaviours.

The Successful applicant will:

  • Know the most effective and engaging way to support learning within any given task depending on the needs of the child
  • Be confident in supporting children from Primary age to Post 16
  • Establish a supportive and caring relationship with students
  • Encourage students to take responsibility and pride in their learning.
  • Be willing to assist in personal care
  • Have a sound knowledge and understanding of working with children with speech and language difficulties
  • Have strong behaviour management skills

The school are looking for enthusiastic and self motivated Teaching Assistant who is keen to make a positive impact on the education to students in this school. Previous experience of working in an SEN environment is ideal but not essential however applicants must be passionate about working with children with special needs and be hands on in their approach to teaching and learning .

If you are seeking work in a exciting and stimulating specialist SEN school with a key vision for flexible learning and an array of opportunities, apply today!

SEN Recruitment offer bespoke training to all of our candidates which incorporates the key areas required to support children with complex needs.

All staff will be subject to our stringent vetting procedures, which include an enhanced DBS, full work history, references and a face-to-face interview.

SEN Recruitment offer competitive rates of pay dependent on experience.

For more information about this or other opportunities available, please call 01925 906500 to speak to a member of our team.

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  • 15/07/16
  • Primary / Intervention Teacher
  • Warrington

A Primary Teacher is required to teach in a Primary School in Warrington.

The school are looking for an intervention teacher to teach small groups of children, (the majority of which are pupil premium pupils) with special needs.

The children you will be expected to teach have a range of needs including autism, ADHD, Learning Difficulties and behavioural difficulties.

Our Client are looking for someone who is passionate about working with children with special needs who is motivated to engage children in learning and has a creative and nurturing approach to teaching in order to ensure all the pupils can access the curriculum and reach their full potential.

The pupils in the group are below the national average in core curricular areas and some are working at P8 in certain areas of the curriculum, therefore you will be confident in differentiating lessons accordingly to meet the child’s needs.

Due to the complex needs of the children is important that you have strong behaviour management skills in order to manage challenging behaviour and are equipped with the appropriate de-escalation techniques.

The focus will be on improving literacy and numeracy skills, using various games and resources to engage the children in learning.

Please note NQT’S are welcome to apply.

Applicants will be subject to satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS.

To apply for this job,  click on Apply Now email an up to date CV.

Alternatively call our office on 01925 906500 to find out more about other available roles.

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  • 12/07/16
  • One to One Teaching Assistant
  • Bury

A Level 3 Teaching Assistant is required to work in a Primary School in Bury:

Our Client based in Bury are seeking to appoint an experienced teaching assistant with a sound knowledge and understanding of working with children with Autism. The Role will entail working one to one with a year 2 child with Autism and ADHD, supporting the child in and out of the classroom.

With direction from the class teacher you will be expected to develop strategies to engage the child in learning, ensuring that lessons are adapted accordingly to help the child meet their full potential.

Due to the needs of the child it is essential that you are confident in managing challenging behaviour,  Those who are qualified in TEAM TEACH will be looked on favourably by the School.

The School are looking for someone who is:

  • A good team player and can work collaboratively with parents and other members of staff
  • Positive and able to build strong relationships with children to enable them to meet their full potential
  • Creative
  • Flexible and committed
  • Passionate about working with children with special needs
  • Able to use PECS to promote Speech and Language

For more information about this and many other roles, please click on ‘apply for job’ or call 07710439454 to speak to one of our consultants.

 

 

 

 

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  • 06/07/16
  • Special Needs Teaching Assistant
  • Cheshire

A Special Needs Teaching Assistant is required to work one to one with a child with Profound Learning Difficulties.

Our Client based in Cheshire is seeking to appoint a passionate teaching assistant to support a pupil aged 10 who has severe and profound learning difficulties.

Due to the complex needs of the Child, applicants must be willing to participate in the personal care including feeding and changing as well as the manual handling processes. You will also have a caring approach and be able to work collaboratively with parents in order to ensure continuity of care.

Those with experience and or training in supporting children with physical disabilities will be looked on favourably by the school.

The child is nonverbal therefore the ideal candidate will have basic knowledge of BSL.

Those with a background or qualification in Health and Social Care are welcome to apply.

Please note, applicants will be subject to satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS

SEN Recruitment offer competitive rates of pay ranging from £55 to £60 a day depending on experience

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  • Teaching Assistants
  • Liverpool

Level 2 and Level 3 Teaching Assistants urgently required in Liverpool!
SEN Recruitment work with a Number of Primary, Secondary and Special Schools across Liverpool who are seeking Teaching Assistants to start in September.

The roles include working with children with a range of special needs including ADHD, Emotional and Social Behavioural Difficulties, Severe Disabilities, Autism and children with English as an additional language.

We are seeking Teaching Assistants with a passion and desire to support children with special needs in reaching their full potential.

Applicants with a background or qualification in health and Social Care are welcome to apply.

Please note, applicants will be subject to satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS

SEN Recruitment offer competitive rates of pay ranging from £55 to £60 per day depending on experience

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  • Primary Teacher
  • Cheshire

Our Client is seeking a Primary Teacher to cover a long term maternity leave to start in September.

The School provides a high standard of education and care to children aged 2 to 19 with a range of complex needs including PMLD, SLD and ASC. The majority of pupils are working at low P Levels and require communication aids such as PECS and BSL to assist them with their learning.

The School ethos is built around a strong team of staff who work in partnership to deliver best practice in all areas in order to provide the best care and education to the pupils allowing them to achieve their full potential

You will be required to lead a team of experienced Teaching Assistants in creating learning opportunities for the children that encompass small steps and meet individual needs.

We are looking for someone with:

  • A passion for SEN
  • Strong behaviour management skills
  • A sound knowledge and understanding of teaching children with special needs
  • A holistic, creative approach to teaching and learning
  • A good team player

Please note, applicants will be subject to satisfactory references and a full enhanced DBS

NQT’S are welcome to apply

SEN Recruitment offer competitive rates of pay dependent on experience.

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