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Residential Support Worker

 Care Supply Pool

£12 per hour, Benefits: Full List of benefits included in the Job Ad

Do you have an interest in supporting young men and women? Are you enthusiastic, resilient, and driven to enrich and make a difference in the lives of these people?   We are actively seeking Health Support Workers to join our team in a home at a picturesque village of Saltford just outside of the historic city of Bath and close to Bristol. The home boasts beautiful views across Avon Valley and it is a short walk to the Saltford Marina.


Psychology Graduate Job Bath Full-time September start Temporary to permanent contract £10.77 per hour Weekly pay We have just had a partnership agreement signed with a Bath secondary school and they are currently looking for Psychology graduates to support SEND students in the school. WHY PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATES??? Over the past year there seems to be a common denominator that brings success to the department, and it is in the shape of Psychology graduates.


Trainee Teaching Assistant £70-80 a day Bath Full-time 8:30-3:30 Mon-Fri Do you have experience supporting vulnerable adults or children previously? Have you ever considered a career in education? At a welcoming Bath primary school, we have a fantastic Trainee Teaching Assistant vacancy. The position is available on a long-term basis and the school is looking for someone to take on a role where they can learn as they work.


SEN Learning Support Assistant

 Protocol Education

£10.90 - 12.50 per hour + PAYE £250 referral

SEN Learning Support Assistant A SEN school in Bath are looking to appoint a full-time Learning Support Assistant to support children with additional learning or behavioural needs.  Whilst experience in a school is adventurous, you may have gained transferrable skills through the following: Working in the care industry Dealing with individuals with mental health needs Youth or extra-curricular clubs Caring for your own family or friends Volunteering The successful applicant will: Have a good use of initiative Be a natural communicator, able to relate well to both students and adults Attend to pupils' personal needs and implement the related programmes Ensure that pupils can learn safely Establish constructive working relationships with pupils and act as a role model Be inclusive and accepting of all pupils Promote self-esteem and independence in students Have empathy and understanding of issues that young people face today Deal with situations calmly and sensitively Support in the building of self-confidence and self-esteem in all students Care deeply about pupils academic, emotional, and personal development Have a supportive attitude, to inspire trust and to motivate students Be resilient in challenging situations The school: Provide a supportive staff team, from whom you can learn and grow An energised and professional working environment   Free on-site parking In addition, we can offer: Competitive rates of pay FREE continued professional development training (CPD) including Team Teach Ongoing honest, friendly, and professional support from our dedicated team of experts A £250 bonus if you introduce someone new, as a thank you If this is an opportunity that excites you, we strongly encourage you to Apply Now! All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role as well as the Right to Work in the UK. Please see protocol-education.

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