- Do you have an interest in supporting sixth form age students 16 – 18?
- Do you have a background in Psychology as a graduate or interested in working with young people who require additional assistance?
A city centre based college is looking for an Educational Support Assistant to support students in year 12 and 13, aged 16 - 18. Anyone with a background in Psychology who is looking to utilise this to support vulnerable young people, available on full time basis for the full academic year are encouraged to apply now for consideration. This role is due to start on 21st September with shortlisting taking place on 11th September so please apply now if interested.
The role of the Educational Support Assistant at this highly reputable college is to support students in lessons, assist those who are identified as having SEN as well as support academic students with various subjects. The successfully appointed assistant will therefore have to be adaptable and confident in supporting students on a one to one basis and also in full classes, having the opportunity to support in a variety of areas and in many subjects.
Highlights of this Educational Support Assistant role:
The college is in the central Manchester area near to Whalley Range, Chorlton, Hulme, Didsbury and Longsight. It is therefore easy for any Educational Support Assistant to get to this college utilising the public transport network or for those that drive, the college has a couple of car parks within the campus grounds.
This sixth form are looking ahead to the new academic year and are keen to recruit a confident, motivated teaching assistant that is looking to work in a supportive sixth form college. This role is a great opportunity for a graduate with a background in Psychology, a former teaching assistant or youth worker looking for more responsibility and experience in supporting students.
If you are interested in this Educational Support Assistant role then please apply by clicking the apply link below and attaching your latest and most relevant CV.
All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see teachingpersonnel.com/faqs for details.
All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.
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