THE DETAILS:
  • Location: Deeside, Flintshire, CH5 4BR
  • Subject: Additional Learning Support Assistant
  • Hours: Part Time
  • Contract: Fixed Term
  • Start Date: 10 June, 2021
  • End Date: 31 August, 2022
  • Salary Type: Annually
  • Salary: £18,709 - £19,184
  • Language: English
  • Closing Date: 09 July, 2021 11:45 PM
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Learning Assistant

Learning Assistant

Coleg Cambria
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Role Title: Learning Assistant

Location: Deeside

Contract Type: Fixed Term until August 2022 - Part Time (25 hours per week - 36 weeks per year)

Salary: £18,709 - £19,184 - This salary will be pro rata and will be based on a salary assessment and experience.



Coleg Cambria are now looking for a Learning Assistant to join our team at Deeside who support our learners with Additional Learning Needs. We are ideally looking for individuals with previous experience in supporting learners in an educational setting. We are keen to recruit people who passionately believe that empowering and enabling young people with a range of abilities within a further education setting will help them to achieve their life and work aspirations.



Essential Requirements

It is essential that you have excellent communication skills and the ability to adapt your communication style when required to meet the needs of young people and adults.

It is essential you have strong literacy and numeracy skills at Level 2 or above

We are looking for individuals who can demonstrate empathy and understanding of a range of learning difficulties/disabilities as well as resilience, flexibility, patience and a sense of humour.

You will ideally have previous experience of supporting learners with additional learning needs in the classroom or significant relevant personal experience.

You will be expected to demonstrate a passion for empowering and enabling young people

You will demonstrate the ability to build good working relationships with learners and staff and have the ability to manage groups of learners and have a positive approach to challenging behaviours.



Coleg Cambria is committed to raising the profile of the Welsh language.

Welsh language skills are desirable for this position.



Coleg Cambria is a ‘Disability Confident’ Employer.

The promotion of Equality and Diversity is an essential part of the work we do and as part of this, the College is committed to having a diverse staff group.

The safety of children, young people and adults identified as ‘vulnerable’ is paramount and Coleg Cambria is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of these individuals and to the rigorous implementation of Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) procedures and arrangements. A DBS Disclosure will be requested from the successful candidate being offered the position. Depending on the role you are applying for if successful, you may also be required to register with the Education Workforce Council.

Please be aware that Coleg Cambria reserves the right to close our vacancies earlier than the listed date if we have received a high level of applications. We would recommend that if you wish to be considered that you complete the application as promptly as possible.

Closing date for applications : 09/07/21
JOB REQUIREMENTS
Essential Requirements

It is essential that you have excellent communication skills and the ability to adapt your communication style when required to meet the needs of young people and adults.

It is essential you have strong literacy and numeracy skills at Level 2 or above

We are looking for individuals who can demonstrate empathy and understanding of a range of learning difficulties/disabilities as well as resilience, flexibility, patience and a sense of humour.

You will ideally have previous experience of supporting learners with additional learning needs in the classroom or significant relevant personal experience.

You will be expected to demonstrate a passion for empowering and enabling young people

You will demonstrate the ability to build good working relationships with learners and staff and have the ability to manage groups of learners and have a positive approach to challenging behaviours.