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ASD Teacher

  • Location:

    North West London, London

  • Sector:

    SEN Teaching

  • Job type:

    Permanent Contracts

  • Salary:

    £29596 - £50000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Charlotte Bacon

  • Contact email:

    charlotte@reesoneducation.com

  • Job ref:

    STE937974_1584700109

  • Published:

    17 days ago

  • Duration:

    1 year

  • Expiry date:

    19 Apr 00:00

  • Startdate:

    02/09/2020

ASD Teacher

  • ASD Teacher
  • Long Term/Permanent
  • North West London
  • September Start
  • Pay MPS + SEN 1 per annum
  • Ofsted Good and Outstanding

The SEN TA Job:

Reeson Education are currently looking for an enthusiastic ASD Teacher to work within our client schools situated in North West London. We are looking for ASD Teachers who are currently looking for long term and permanent roles for a September 2020 start. The successful ASD Teacher will be working with children from Primary schools up until Post 16 SEN Schools. The ASD Teacher should have experience working with children with Autism (ASD) and Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD). It would be beneficial if the ASD Teachers can use PECS (Picture Exchange System) and know Makaton however this is not essential.

The School:

Our client special schools that are based in North West London are Ofsted good to outstanding. These North West based schools can hold approximately hold 100 - 300 students between the ages of 3 -19 and have nearly 200 members of staff. They can support pupils with an array of complex needs such as: ASD, SLCN, Physical, Medical and Multi- sensory impairment. Our client schools all believe that it is essential that each pupil, is given an individual focus in order to create the best personalised pathway for each student. These school has fantastic facilities for both students and employees.

The Ideal Applicant:

We are looking for ASD Teachers who are confident, resilient, committed, driven, flexible and someone who can take initiative. We are looking for ASD Teachers who are available from September 2020. As this vacancy is a September start, it is key for any new member of staff that joins the school that a smooth transition takes place, in order to create minimal disruption for the students and staff.

The ideal candidate will have prior experience working with children with complex needs in either a mainstream or a special school. We need someone who is highly confident in supporting students with complex needs.

If this role is of interest, please ensure you upload an up to date CV.