Higher Education Specialist Support Assistant

Recruiter
City College Plymouth
Location
Plymouth [Devon]
Salary
£13,472.00 - £14,979.00 Per Year, Pro rata of £17,856 - £19,853 per annum
Posted
03 Oct 2019 16:32
Closes
20 Oct 2019 23:59
Reference1
4035
Sector
Further Education, Higher Education
Job Level
Administrator / Coordinator/ Assistant
Specialism
Special Education Needs (SEN) / Supported Learning
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Hours
Part Time
Organisational Type
General Further Education College, Public Sector Organisation

Higher Education Specialist Support Assistant

Higher Education Specialist Support Assistant

Part-time, 35 hrs/wk., 36 wks. /yr. | FTC for 12 months | £13,472 - £14,979 P/A (pro rata of £17,856-£19,853)

We are seeking a dynamic individual to join our additional learning support team as a specialist support assistant.

You will have substantial experience of working with students with disabilities and/or specific learning difficulties, and have an in depth knowledge of how these disabilities affect particular areas of learning.

As a specialist support assistant, you will possess an awareness of the strengths which students with specific learning difficulties can bring to a learning situation, and the skills to help students to make use of these strengths and overcome barriers to their learning.

You will have knowledge of Higher Education and the issues facing Student Services, have the flexibility to undertake evening and weekend work as required, and experience of effective work within a multi-disciplinary team.

City College Plymouth is one of the country’s largest providers of quality education and training, and our team of over 600 talented staff support over 12,000 students each year and each plays a part in making the College a nationally recognised learning environment.

The College offers a range of teaching, business support and Apprenticeship opportunities, so if you want to be rewarded well for investing in people’s futures - we want to hear from you.

City College Plymouth is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The College is an equal opportunities employer.

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