School support staff

Recruiter
Confidential
Location
North,United Kingdom
Salary
£65 - £100 Per Day
Posted
04 May 2022 05:11
Closes
31 May 2022 23:59
Reference
1585572831
Sector
Academy
Job Level
Administrator / Coordinator/ Assistant
Contract Type
Temporary
Hours
Full Time

School support staff

Empowering Learning are currently recruiting school support staff to start work in Tameside asap on a long-term or day to day basis.Are you currently in the process of completing your PGCE or maybe you are looking for an extra income? We pay above market rates!The role entails managing a classroom of students between 11-16 in the absence of the classroom teacher. Work will be provided and our schools have supportive departments on hand to ensure you are provided with all the tools to be successful in the role. You will have the support of a consultant who spent 2 1/2 years in this role prior to progressing into a Head of Year position who is able to support you through your teaching career.Graduates of Sports Science, English, Law, Education and Foreign Languages are particularly sought after however consideration will be given to all who meet the below requirements:- Ability to engage with young people and a willingness to support their needs - Bachelor's degree or six weeks experience working with young people in any capacity - Proactive nature and ability to adapt - A DBS on the update service or a willingness to apply for one - Two professional references - these can include university/college/part-time work/previous employment- Right to work in the UKBenefits: - Great rates of pay - Progressive career - A supportive consultant on hand with five years experience working in Manchester secondary schools to answer any questions you may have - Success in the role demonstrates numerous transferable skills to potential future employers- Supportive schools who will ensure that you thrive in your new environment.Note - Please ensure you meet criteria in screening questions prior to applying.To apply please get in contact with James Watts at Empowering Learning Manchester