Early Years Teaching Assistant
Are you a devoted, enthusiastic, and eager Early Years Teaching Assistant in search of flexible employment opportunities? Do you possess a strong dedication to developing young individuals and igniting the aspirations of the future generation? At Dunbar Education, we are actively looking for skilled and enthusiastic Early Years Teaching Assistants to become part of our continuously growing team in Aylesbury where you can play a constructive role in shaping the futures of students across different local schools.
- Work alongside teachers to establish a favorable and thriving educational setting.
- Offer individual and collective support to children of various ages.
- Participate in the delivery of lessons, interactive tasks, and classroom supervision.
- Support students in their social and emotional growth.
- Enhance the overall educational journey of children
- Enthusiasm for working with young children and nurturing their development.
- Exceptional communication and interpersonal abilities.
- Adaptability to engage in various contract arrangements, including day-to-day, short-term, long-term, or permanent positions.
- Display patience, empathy, and a grasp of diverse student requirements.
- Possession of an Enhanced DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check or a readiness to undergo the screening.
- Prior experience as a Early Years Teaching Assistant or in a related capacity is advantageous, though not obligatory.
- Chance to work with a well-regarded local Early Years Foundation Setting.
- Competitive rates and perks are offered by Dunbar Education.
- A supportive agency that provides prospects for advancing your professional growth.
- Contribute positively to the educational and personal growth of students.
If this isn't what you are looking for, but are interested in hearing about other roles, then Dunbar Education would love to hear from you. We also pay £250 for any successful referrals. If you have not received a response within 7 working days, please assume that your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.