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Learning Support Worker

Gloucester, Cheltenham, Stroud & Cirencester

Take Five Healthcare is a thriving Health & Social Care agency, recognised as a prominent provider of staffing support in Gloucestershire and the surrounding regions.

With continuous growth, we are now seeking to expand our network of dedicated Health & Social Care professionals. We offer a range of opportunities, including full-time, part-time, and flexible positions, ensuring our team members can find a suitable arrangement that meets their needs.

Our benefits are self-evident:

• Consistent work with ample flexibility to accommodate your preferences
• Autonomy to select when and where you work
• Choice of shifts during term time
• Availability of pre-booked assignments
• Convenient access to our mobile booking app
• Competitive pay rates ranging from £12.82 to £22.44 per hour
• Company pension scheme
• Weekly payment cycle
• No membership fees
• Promotes a healthy work-life balance
• Complimentary training and uniform
• Opportunities for career advancement
• Optional pathway for NVQ qualifications
• Employee Assistance Programme for support
• Referral bonus for recommending a friend (subject to terms and conditions)

As a Learning Support Worker supporting students with Special Educational Needs (SEN), you will play a crucial role in providing essential support and assistance to help students thrive in their learning environment. Collaborating closely with teaching staff and other professionals, you will contribute to creating an inclusive and supportive educational experience for children and young adults with SEN.

As a Learning Support Worker, your responsibilities will revolve around enabling students with SEN to fully participate in educational activities and achieve their learning goals. While the specifics of the role may vary depending on the individual needs and requirements of each student, here are some general responsibilities you may encounter:

We are seeking an exceptional Learning Support Worker who is passionate about making a positive difference in the lives of children and or young adults with SEN. While specific requirements may vary depending on the school or college and the needs of the students, here are some qualities and qualifications that an ideal candidate for this role would possess:

By joining our team as a Learning Support Worker, you will have the opportunity to make a positive impact on the educational journey of children and young adults with SEN, empowering them to reach their full potential and succeed in their learning endeavours.

Salary: £12.82 to £22.44 per hour

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