Learn to teach ABA (Applied Behaviour Analysis) whilst on the job! All training provided to enable you to deliver a specialist curriculum to pupils with autism
The Jigsaw CABAS® School is an independent school for pupils aged 4-19 with an Autism Spectrum Disorder and teaching is based on the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA).
Please note that although we have a closing date, we will be inviting suitable candidates for interview as soon as possible as part of our ongoing recruitment due to expansion.
Entry level: £15,814 per annum
Salary increases related to our ongoing professional development programme at Jigsaw
Core hours: 5 days a week, Monday to Friday
4 days per week : 9am to 4.30pm
1 day per week : 9am to 5.30pm
Flexibility regarding hours may be required
SCHOOL YEAR: The school operates across three terms, with holiday entitlement totalling 44 days plus bank holidays per year. (Please refer to term dates in application pack)
REPORTS TO: Lead Teacher
LOCATION: Dunsfold Park, Cranleigh, Surrey. GU6 8TB
Jigsaw is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share the same commitment. All positions will require an enhanced DBS check, satisfactory references and proof of qualifications.
- To work as part of a classroom team providing behaviourally based instruction (ABA) to pupils
- To reach agreed teaching targets
- To collect and record data on the programmes delivered as instructed by the Supervisor and Lead Teacher
- To provide personal care (for example toileting, feeding) for pupils within the school
- To supervise indoor/outdoor playtime for all pupils on a rota basis
- To participate and help instruct pupils with extra-curricular activities and off-site activities during the school day
- To contribute to the production, organisation and maintenance of appropriate curricular and teaching materials
- The job holder will be required to progress through practical and theoretical training to ensure satisfactory understanding and practice of the teaching duties outlines above
- To develop a knowledge of autistic spectrum disorders
- To promote and safeguard the welfare of pupils and persons for whom there is responsibility or with whom there is contact
- To maintain the security and well being of pupils at all times
- To adhere at all times to the policies and procedures of the School
- To actively participate in staff meetings and training sessions
- To undertake additional tasks as agreed by the Supervisor and the School Management Team
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About Jigsaw School
Jigsaw School provides education for children with autism, following principles of ABA