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Prospero Teaching is looking for both Full Time and Part Time ALN LSAs to provide supply cover in a Special School within Aberdare.
Supply Teacher Contract/Position Details
Location – Aberdare
Position – ALN Learning Support Assistant
Type of work -ALN Support Work
Start date – ASAP
Likely Duration – Ongoing supply
Position end date – Unknown
Contract type – Temporary
Full-time potential – Yes
Minimum rate of pay – £66.90 – 70
Hours – 8:30am-15:00 (term time only and times may vary)Supply Teacher Experience, Training and Qualifications
It is essential that you have ALN experience working in Primary or Secondary Education.
Be registered with the Education Workforce Council (EWC)
You will need to have a qualification within Education and Team Teach is desired but not essential as training can be provided.
Up to date Safeguarding training is imperative; you can undertake a free course with Prospero Teaching if you have not completed a Safeguarding course in the last 12 months.
Strong Behaviour Management skills are a must.To be eligible for any teaching job with Prospero Teaching, you must
Hold the Right to Work in the UK.
Possess an enhanced child barred list DBS certificate registered with online update service or be willing to process a new application.
Provide two professional child related references.If you are an ALN LSA and would like to be considered for this job, please apply below or call Sam on (phone number removed).
Prospero Teaching is acting as an employment business/education recruitment agency in relation to this vacancy. The successful candidate will be required to register with Prospero Teaching in order to fill this vacancy.
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