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Teaching Support Assistant (in Training)
Starting Salary £13,839 per annum
Fixed term 18 months contract
Thinking of changing career and making a positive difference to a young person's life?
We are looking for enthusiastic,organised, creative people who have strong communication skills and who enjoy working with young people. If this is you, then a career in supporting teaching and learning could be your next step.
The role is varied and we offer training. You may already have experience of care work or community engagement work and have skills that are transferrable. You may also have qualifications such as a Level 2 'Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools and Colleges' qualification or similar - we would welcome a conversation with you.
Some of our learners need extra support, guidance, understanding and structured help to enable them to reach their potential and excel on their course of study. They may have emotional wellbeing challenges, learning difficulties or disabilities and barriers which are preventing them from progressing: our staff work on individual plans and strategies to support and enable them to excel with their learning.
The role is immensely fulfilling: when you are able to be part of a young person's journey, to help them along the way to University or employment and towards a happy and fulfilling adulthood then you know you have made a real difference to a life.
Monday to Thursday 9.00 am to 4.30 pm
Friday - Training day (this is not a paid day, but your training is funded by the college)
Please visit http://www.harlow-college.ac.uk/about-us/jobs to download an application pack. Please ensure that you return your equality and diversity form along with your application form, as your application will not be progressed without it.
Still unsure if this is the right role for you?
Contact Sallyann Abdelmoula on 01279 867 462
or email email@example.com for an informal discussion.
Closing date for applications is11th August 2022
This college is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.
As an equal opportunities employer we welcome applications from all sections of the community.