SEN Care Assistants
Salary – NJC Scale 1/2, spinal point 1-4
(Pro-rated £8,314 – £8,771 per annum) based on a 16 hours per week, 39 weeks per year Permanent contract
Swiss Cottage School, Development and Research Centre is a special needs school in the London Borough of Camden. We have 260 pupils aged 2 to 19 who are identified with complex needs. Our school provision is focused on recognising the potential of each individual pupil. We are committed to providing an outstanding standard of education through meaningful research which informs our teaching and learning approaches. Our school is focused on positive relationships, and embraces a multi-agency provision which places the pupil and their family at the core of everything we aim to do. Positive attitude and effective communication which enables teamwork is fundamental. We are a Teaching School, and can offer you a school community which is committed to research, innovation, professional development, and supportive of pathways into the teaching profession.
The post-holder will ensure the supervision, safety and welfare of students during the midday break in the dining, social and circulation areas, help with feeding, toileting (personal care) and other support programmes as necessary. Level 2 Literacy is a requirement however you can sit a test with us to prove your level if you do not have the qualification.
For an application pack please visit our website www.swisscottage.camden.sch.uk/our-school/recruitment. Please note we do not accept CVs.
If you have any questions regarding this post then please contact Human Resources on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 681 8080.
Closing Date: 5pm, Sunday 17th November 2019
Interview Dates: Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd November 2019.
Swiss Cottage School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All positions will be subject to five years of satisfactory references and DBS checks. Please note that we are unable to accept applications from those aged under 18 years.