Chiltern Hills Academy A Church of England Academy

LEARNING SUPPORT ASSISTANTS

32.5 hours per week, term time plus INSET days
(39 weeks with 5.1 weeks holiday pay)

Working pattern: Mon, Wed, Thur, Fri 8.40am – 3.15pm and
Tuesdays 8.45am – 3.30pm to include 4x paid working lunches.

Bucks Pay Point 2 (actual salary £13,935 - £15,650) dependent on experience.

Fixed term contracts to 31.08.2020, required for September 2019 start.

Due to some of our current team moving into teacher training, we are now seeking to appoint LSAs that have a passion for working in education and with young people. We require candidates that possess excellent communication skills and a good general level of education to support our students in enhancing the learning of a small group of students in a classroom setting. We are committed to helping all our students to achieve their full potential in a supportive and friendly environment. We welcome people with or without experience but we are particularly interested in people who have some training or knowledge in working with EAL students or students with physical difficulties. Our intake of pupils reflects a culturally rich and diverse community and we value the partnerships we have with our parents and local community.

We would be pleased to show prospective applicants around the Academy.  Please contact Mrs Mistry (HR Administrator) to arrange a visit. An application form may be downloaded from the link on the main Recruitment page and a Job Description with Person Specification is available via the link below. Completed applications should be submitted to Mrs Jo Mistry, by email jmistry@chacademy.co.uk and should include a letter indicating your strengths for this position.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share in this commitment. All staff appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references.

Closing Date:                          midday, Tuesday 02 July 2019

Interviews:                             Week commencing 08 July 2019