- Are you looking to develop your career in Psychology or SEN Education?
- Would you like access to a range of Education and Childcare training and qualifications in Behaviour Analysis alongside a suite of other SEN Industry training?
- Does working in a friendly, caring and supportive environment appeal to you?
If so, Jigsaw School would be the ideal next step. We have positions available for graduates to build a career in SEN education whilst making a real difference to the lives of autistic children.
What does a Trainee SEN Teacher do?
Working within small classes, individually and in groups with autistic children aged 4 to 19, our Teaching Team, you will plan and deliver sessions to encourage pupils learning and progression as well as improve their social and emotional development. We use behaviour driven teaching strategies and interventions to encourage positive outcomes and track the progress of our pupils. This all takes place in our day school graded ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted and out in our local community, where pupils can put their skills to practice during leisure and educational trips.
Why join Jigsaw School?
Competitive Salary - £18,626pa
- £1,000 bonus upon starting
- Salary progression within 6 months
- Regular opportunities for career and salary advancement to Lead Teacher and Supervisor positions
Sociable hours – Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30pm (5.30pm on Tuesdays)
- 9 weeks paid holiday plus bank holidays
- Term time only working
Fully Funded - Training and Development
- Access to a wide range of Education & Childcare courses including RQF CACHE Level 2, 3 & 4 in Early Years, Learning Difficulties and Teaching & Learning
- Behaviour specific qualifications including Teaching Accreditations, Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT), Board Certified Behaviour Analysis certification (BCBA) and Masters in Behaviour Analysis
- SEN Industry Training including first aid, epilepsy, safeguarding, emergency medication and much more
- PROACT-SCIPr-UK Certification
- Opportunity to work alongside our inhouse team of Speech & Language and Occupational Therapists
- Performance based salary bonus scheme and an Annual Salary Review
- Access to over 900 retailer discounts via our exclusive reward platform
- Free onsite parking
- 10% discount at our onsite café
- Mental Health and Wellbeing Facilities and Support
- Staff Recognition Days and long service awards
- Pension scheme
What do you need?
- Professional, personal, voluntary or work experience of working with children and disabilities
- Minimum Grade C/4 GCSE in English Language & Maths or equivalent
- Ability to keep calm in high pressure situations and build good working relationships with learners, parents and staff
- Positive, patient and can-do attitude
- Comfortable supporting others with challenging behaviour and personal/intimate care
- Drivers licence or access to a lift (due to remote location)