Part time Support Assistant (Additional Support)St Aloysius College , City of Glasgow
Please apply before 03/08/2018 at 5:00 pm
45 Hill Street, Glasgow, G3 6RJ
0141 332 3190
Vacancy Description / Summary
Support Assistant in the Additional Support Department– 2 days per week/term time only
Salary is on Administration Grade 4 £ 17,980 - £ 20,159 Pro Rata (pay award pending)
This exciting opportunity has arisen within the Additional Support Department of St Aloysius’ College. The Support Assistant will work closely with pupils, teachers and the Head of Additional Support.
The duties will involve supporting specific pupils in class and working with groups of learners on specific planned tasks. You will also scribe and read for individual pupils in class tests and exams and maintain records of pupils’ work. In addition, there will be administrative duties including supporting the use of computerised screeners, assisting in the maintenance of pupil records and key tasks such as filing, photocopying and organising the purchase of materials and resources.
Educated to HNC/HND level or qualified by experience, you must have experience of working with children and/or young people. A patient and caring individual, you will have the ability to build good relationships with the supported learners and have excellent communication, interpersonal and listening skills. Proficiency with Microsoft products Word and Excel is essential. Experience of using a networked database/MIS system is desirable as is previous training in dyslexia or autism awareness.
Closing date no later than 12 noon on Friday 3rd August 2018.
St Aloysius’ College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate must be capable of gaining membership of the Protection of Vulnerable Groups.
About the School
As Scotland’s only Jesuit School, St Aloysius’ College embraces a brand of Catholic education for boys and girls aged 3 to 18 which places formation of the whole person at the centre of all learning.
As soon as a child slips on the Green Blazer, he or she becomes part of an educational tradition which dates back 500 years and is practised all over the world.