Teaching Assistant Level 3

St. Helens, Merseyside
Date Posted:21 Apr 2021
  1. Teaching Assistant
£64.94 - £65.94 per day
  1. Long-term

Teaching Assistant Level 3

St. Helens, Merseyside

Tradewind are recruiting on behalf of our client, a Catholic Primary School just outside of St. Helens Town Centre. They are a pillar of the community and have an excellent reputation. Their children and staff echo this.

Due to a restructure of staff they are have a job opening in their reception class for a full time level 3 Teaching Assistant from May, ongoing until July with a view to continue into the new academic year.

The school describe the ideal candidate as:

  • Experienced with the Early Years curriculum and general structure of 4-5year olds day
  • Have good phonics knowledge, as you will be expected to support small groups with speech and language interventions
  • Confident to assist with setting targets, record keeping and assessment
  • Excellent communication skills and timekeeping

The benefits of registering with Tradewind:

  • As a Sunday Times Top 100 employer, we're committed to putting candidates & staff first
  • We employ the best in the business to provide an exceptional service to our candidates
  • Top rates of pay (all rates are typically inclusive of holiday pay, however we will happily accrue this upon request)
  • More free CPD courses than any other education recruiter
  • Awarded REC Audited Education Gold Standard status and we're proudly an Equal Opportunities Employer
  • Great referral scheme - recommend a friend and earn a brilliant bonus!
  • Full interview preparation and assistance - so you're fully prepped and confident, increasing your chances of success
  • Online Portal for your timesheets and log your availability

If you see yourself in this Teaching Assistant role please submit your CV below and we will be in touch.

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