Teaching Assistant - Full time. Job in South Glamorgan Education & Training Jobs

  • Job Reference: 1312371993-2
  • Date Posted: 3 May 2024
  • Recruiter: Vision for Education - Cardiff
  • Location: South Glamorgan
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Support / IAG, Teaching Assistant
  • Job Type: Temporary

Job Description

Welsh Government Approved Agency and Preferred Supplier of Supply Staff for Schools in Wales

Teaching Assistant Full Time

  • Full time Monday to Friday role with weekends off
  • Daily rate of pay £83.40 - £96.40 per day + additional benefits
  • Free training opportunities for your development (ask about our NTAP & CS courses)
  • Refer a friend bonus - £125 each
  • Your own personal consultant to help guide you throughout the process & your teaching career
  • Auto-enrolment into company pension scheme

Vision for education are looking to employ a teaching on a full-time basis to work in a local primary school in Cardiff bay.

The role of a teaching assistant is to support the class teacher in helping pupils learn, engage and get the most out of their learning in school. You will be based in a mainstream primary school, supporting children of all primary ages to access the national curriculum.

This position offers an excellent opportunity to gain experience within a highly regarded primary school and the opportunity to learn from experienced education professionals.

Requirements

- As part of this role you will need a DBS registered with the update service

(support with this process can be provided)

- Registered with the Education Workforce Council (EWC) or willing to register

- Provide at least 2 references

- Willing to complete safeguarding and other CPD courses

- Have a passion for education and desire to create a positive learning environment for children

- Available full time, Monday to Friday

- Reliable and consistent member of staff

Key Responsibilities of a TA:

  • Assist the class teacher with daily routines and activities, ensuring a safe and stimulating learning environment
  • Work with small groups of pupils, offering additional support for reading and writing activities
  • Support pupils with learning difficulties on a 1:1 basis
  • Foster the development of social and emotional skills in young learners
  • Collaborate with the class teacher to plan and deliver engaging lessons and learning resources
  • Assist with monitoring and recording pupil progress, providing feedback to the class teacher where necessary
  • Uphold the school's policies and values, ensuring the well-being and safety of all pupils

Interviews are being held immediately for this post, as the school are looking to appoint as soon as possible. If the position is of interest, please apply below with a copy of your CV and we ll be in touch.

Hope to hear from you soon!