31 hours 15 minutes per week Monday to Friday 8:40am to 3.25 pm Term time plus 5 training days
Are you passionate about supporting
pupils and helping them to achieve outcomes that can change their life chances?
Do you like to work in a supportive and structured environment?
committed to the principles of Forest School and outdoor learning?
We are looking
to appoint highly motivated people who:
about making a difference in the lives of vulnerable children
of autism, behaviour and SEND needs or is willing to learn and develop a range
of skills and strategies
effectively as part of a team to improve pupil confidence, attitudes and
is able to
build effective relationships with pupils, staff, families and other
has a good sense of humour and is flexible,
reliable, resilient and positive
literacy and numeracy skills and has good communication skills
has the ability
to work as part of a dedicated team
organisational skills and a positive outlook
We can offer you:
membership of the Local Government Pension Scheme with
a friendly, supportive working environment
development opportunities within a growing trust
employee Assistance Programme
This post is
subject to Enhanced DBS Clearance, satisfactory references, social media
checks, health clearance, and a 6-month probationary period. This post is exempt from The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.
BILTT is committed to
safeguarding, Prevent, the welfare of pupils and ensuring equality of opportunity for all pupils, staff,
parents and carers; irrespective of age, disability, gender reassignment,
marriage & civil partnership, pregnancy & maternity, race, belief, sex
or sexual orientation and expects staff to share that commitment.
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