Psychology Graduate | Teaching Assistant | Ipswich, Suffolk
Psychology Graduate Teaching Assistant
Are you a psychology graduate interested in working with young people?
Do you have some practical experience supporting either adults or children with Special Educational Needs?
Would you be interested in a long-term teaching assistant role at a school who support professional development and have a team on experienced practitioners in place already?
This Psychology Graduate Teaching Assistant role will involve working closely with a small group of primary aged students who have varying Special Educational Needs (SEN), ranging from autism to ADHD and Global Delay. You will be there to support their development academically but also on a social and emotional front. It requires patience, professionalism and a huge amount of caring and compassion.
* Psychology Graduate Teaching Assistant role
* Long term, full time position
* Flexible start dates with interviews available immediately
* Superb training and support on offer
* Weekly pay - £65-£80 per day
* Psychology Graduate Teaching Assistant post
As the successful applicant for this Psychology Graduate Teaching Assistant role you will join an expert team of dedicated support staff. You will focus mainly on students with SEN requirements but be expected to turn your hand to any area required. The school would ideally like someone who has some practical experience support people with SEN requirements to compliment your academic achievements. However, this can be over looked for exceptional applicants.
If you want a long term position where you can make a genuine difference and positive impact then look no further than this Psychology Graduate Teaching Assistant role.
Get in touch with Charlie Demmel at EduStaff today.
Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.