Learning Support Assistant
Reference: SCCG2367A | Closing Date: 03/06/2022 | Interview Date: w/c 13/06/2022
Salary: £13,562 - £15,425 (Pro rata salary £20,220 - £22,999). Incremental progression throughout the band is available.
Contract Type: Permanent, term time only | Hours per Week: 28 Location: Chatsworth Road, M30 9FJ
About the Role
We require a highly motivated individual to provide in-class support to students with a variety of needs, including support with difficulties/disabilities, literacy, numeracy and language. You will also provide emotional support and encourage participation in the learning environment. As a Learning Support Assistant, you will support students studying a diverse range of subjects and may be required to work across the college’s different centres within the SCC group.
You will work alongside classroom tutors to break down barriers and ensure that learners are able to access the curriculum and reach their full potential. You will have an understanding of the issues facing young people with barriers to their learning. You should have some previous experience in support and be able to demonstrate a good standard of English, Maths and IT.
Reason to Join Us:
- Enrolment to the Local Government Pension Scheme with generous employer pension contributions
- A range of developmental & career opportunities including a dedicated hour per week for CPD
- Staff Benefits Package with the best discounts and savings for high-street retailers, holidays and cinemas
- Various health & wellbeing benefits including discounted gym memberships, confidential staff counselling and health cash plans
- Dedicated staff wellbeing days throughout the year
- Family Friendly & Flexible Working Policies
- 3pm Finish on Fridays
Commitment to Safeguarding
This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and as part of our safeguarding commitment we undertake DBS checks as part of our pre-employment procedures on all potential new employees
The College strives to be a diverse and inclusive community and welcomes applications from people from all backgrounds.
Eccles Sixth Form 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.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.