Additional Needs Assistant - Inclusion & Wellbeing Service - Tweedale Cluster
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- £20,372 to £21,686 per annum
- Part Time
- Contact: Human Resources
- Reference: SBO07653
- Posted October, 26, 2023 5:03 PM
Job Details Grade: 4B Hourly Rate: £11.16 - £11.88 (Pay award pending) Hours: 15 hours per week, term time only Salary: £20,372.45 - £21,686.45 pro rata per annum (Term Time Only) Contract Duration: Permanent Interviews...
Hourly Rate: £11.16 - £11.88 (Pay award pending)
Hours: 15 hours per week, term time only
Salary: £20,372.45 - £21,686.45 pro rata per annum (Term Time Only)
Contract Duration: Permanent
Interviews will be held on 7 December 2023
To work closely and co-operatively with Inclusion and Wellbeing Outreach Teacher to support the needs of pupils identified as having emotional wellbeing and self-regulation support needs.
Additional Needs Assistants (Inclusion and Wellbeing) may be required to:
Travel to different schools within the area covered by the Inclusion and Wellbeing Outreach Teacher according to a timetable drawn up by the teacher.
Support a pupil in the classroom individually or in a small group as directed by the class teacher and / or the Inclusion and Wellbeing Outreach Teacher.
Support a pupil out of class individually or in a small group as directed by the class teacher and /or the Inclusion and Wellbeing Outreach Teacher.
Support a pupil out of school as and when required.
Support class teachers with day-to-day tasks.
Change children’s clothes.
Help pupils to follow school routines
Support a pupil in the playground as required and encourage appropriate interaction with peers
Prepare for and manage individual or group personal and social emotional development activities
for example: wellbeing activities and interventions in consultation with the Inclusion and Wellbeing Outreach Teacher and class teacher.
Weekly individual pupil/keyworker session with pupil to celebrate achievement and set new targets where appropriate.
Keep written records of all work undertaken (under the guidance of the Inclusion and Wellbeing Outreach Teacher).
Attend pupil reviews when required.
Promote positive relationships in schools by modelling good practice.
Regular consultation with the Inclusion and Wellbeing Outreach Teacher re feedback and forward planning.
Be prepared to attend relevant, ongoing training.
Commitment to consultation and liaison within working time.
Be prepared to be flexible within your timetable.
Encourage positive relationships and safe, respectful behaviors supporting the class/school ethos.
Any other duties agreed with the Inclusion and Wellbeing Outreach Teacher
No formal qualifications are required, but an acceptable standard of school education is desirable.
A current driving licence and use of a vehicle is an essential requirement of this post. * If you have a disability which precludes you from holding a drivers licence, Scottish Borders Council will take into account its responsibility to make reasonable adjustments to allow for your disability. Should it be possible to make such an adjustment in order that you can undertake the travel responsibilities of the post, this will be taken into account in consideration for this role.
Scottish Borders Council is committed to improving the diversity of its workforce to better reflect the communities we serve. We welcome applications from all minority groups and individuals who identify with one or more of the protected characteristics as defined by the Equality Act 2010. In particular from candidates who assess themselves as having a disability, under the Disability Confident Employer scheme this guarantees an interview to those individuals who meet the essential criteria of the post. All appointments will be made on merit.