Autism Support Assistant

Posted 26 April 2024
Salary £95 - £105 per day
Job type Contract
Discipline Special Education Needs
Contact NameCarly Walters

Job description

Autism Support Assistant

Are you a graduate looking for an exciting new opportunity and have a passion for ASD?

A creative and inclusive Primary School are looking for confident, ambitious, and outgoing Autism Support Assistants to provide support for pupils with various Special Educational Needs.

The following roles will begin ASAP as full-time roles across EYFS, KS1 & KS2

  • Autism Support Assistant - 1:1 ASD Provision
  • Autism Support Assistant - ADHD Provision
  • Autism Support Assistant - Behaviour Specialist

You will be working alongside a motivated team of specialist teachers, various therapists and inclusion staff as an Autism Support Assistant, helping manage the classroom environment, creating exciting activities and deliver tailored programmes to pupils using the extensive equipment at the school.

The ideal candidate for this Autism Support Assistant role would be a graduate searching for the perfect role to start their career in education, or an individual passionate about ASD who is looking to work alongside the best specialist staff and equipment.

Additionally, this is a perfect role to provide a valuable experience for aspiring Psychologist, ASD teachers, Therapist, Primary School Teachers and more.

Autism Support Assistant Job Description

  • Autism Support Assistant.
  • ASAP start.
  • £95 - £105 per day.
  • Full-time, full academic year, term-time only.
  • Based in Lewisham

About the Autism Support Assistant Role

  • Provide support for pupils across EYFS, KS1 & KS2 with ASD requirements.
  • Use your creativity and imagination to excite the pupils.
  • High quality and bespoke CPD will be provided.
  • Strong inclusion team to support you.

Ideal Autism Support Assistant

  • A passion for education and creating an inspirational environment for all pupils to flourish within.
  • Previous experience working with children.
  • Creative and confident to use your innovation to create fun and exciting activities.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • A passion in supporting those with Special Educational Needs.

If you are interested in this Autism Support Assistant role, then apply now! With your CV to Carly Walters at Remedy and you will be contacted by your personal consultant (if shortlisted!)

Autism Support Assistant