Additional Needs Assistant - Jedburgh Grammar Campus
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- £22,288 to £23,529 per annum
- Part Time
- Contact: Human Resources
- Reference: SBO07949
- Posted February, 03, 2024 7:00 PM
Job Details Grade: 4B Hourly Rate: £12.21 - £12.89 Salary: £22,288.88 - £23,529.88 pro rata per annum (Term Time Only) Hours: 25 Temporary until 15 April 2025 or until earlier return of post holder. Please...
Hourly Rate: £12.21 - £12.89
Salary: £22,288.88 - £23,529.88 pro rata per annum (Term Time Only)
Temporary until 15 April 2025 or until earlier return of post holder.
Please note successful applicants will be placed on the first point of the salary scale unless they meet certain criteria.
This is a 39 week post, working hours will be during school term only, the salary will be pro-rated accordingly. Please note the salary advertised is full time (35 hours per week, 52 weeks per year).
Would you like to make a difference in the lives of children and young people in the Scottish Borders? Are you passionate about teaching, learning and inclusion and would love to work with learners and families within our setting for 2-18 and beyond?
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic and motivated Additional Needs Assistant to join us on a part time, temporary basis.
Jedburgh Grammar Campus has a current roll of 860 and was established in 2020, bringing together the town’s ELC setting, primary and secondary schools, along with a new enhanced provision for secondary aged learners. The objective set out for an intergenerational campus in Jedburgh was to establish a community asset which would deliver benefits to the health, wellbeing and learning opportunities across Jedburgh and the surrounding rural communities, summed up in our vision statement ‘Learning without limits’. The campus coming to fruition was the result of dedicated teamwork between the school and wider communities and Scottish Borders Council, with the most powerful voice throughout the consultation process being that of our young people. The core values of kindness, respect, achievement, wellbeing and learning were agreed through consultation with pupils, parents, staff and members of the community and are shared across the cluster.
Our beautiful rural location offers excellent opportunities for learning both inside and outdoors, and we benefit from flexible teaching spaces and state of the art technology. We are fortunate to work very closely with a range of partner agencies who support our children and families, and continue to benefit from being at the heart of a caring, supportive community. Building positive relationships is key to everything we do.
No formal qualifications are required, but an acceptable standard of school education is desirable. Additional Needs Assistants will be required to undertake on the job training as and when available.
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.