|Job title:||SEMH Worker|
|Industry:||Secondary SEN Primary|
|Salary:||£70 - £80 per day|
|Contact name:||Aspire People Limited|
Job descriptionAre you an experienced SEMH worker?
I am currently recruiting for an experience SEMH worker for a remote SEN School in Solihull. This is a full time position running until February 2021, to work alongside two pupils that have SEMH needs. This will be to support them in the classrooms as much as possible however 1-2-1 work outside of the classroom when needed. The school are looking for someone to be a secure person for the students who can demonstrate a calming approach to support the social, emotional and mental heath needs of the pupils .
Aspire have been working with this school for 10 years and have developed a positive and trusting relationship with them. Some of the positions that we have filled previously have gone on to permanent positions. We have always had positive feedback from the staff we have placed within the school commenting especially on the support offered by the SLT team.
As a full time SEMH worker the school would expect you to act as a permanent member of staff by naturally;
-Assistant the pupils within class and outside of class.
-Report progress for the pupils to the class teacher and relevant professionals.
-Help the pupils develop resilience to be able to stay within the classroom
-Recognise the individual needs of the pupils
This is a fantastic and rewarding opportunity to work within an OUTSTANDING SEN School and support two pupils with SEMH needs.
At Aspire we can offer you good rates of pay and support should you need anything.
I am keen to speak with experience SEMH workers who would be interested in finding out more about the role. If this is you please apply and I will be in touch shortly.
If you are interested in finding out more about Aspire People head to our website www.aspirepeople.co.uk
Aspire People Limited provides services as an Education Agency and an Education Employment Business. Aspire People is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of pupils and expects every candidate to share this commitment. Placements are subject, to appropriate Child Protection screening, including checks with former employers and the Disclosure and Barring Checks.