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Job Locations UK-Dorset-Wimborne
Location: Cranborne, Dorset Salary: £40,000  Hours: 40 hours per week    The main purpose of the role: To use psychological models and practices to enhance the learning, cognitive and emotional skills of young people in order to prepare them for adult life and independent living. To provide direct support for other staff so they can respond to young people’s communication and behavior to reduce reliance on staff or other adults.   You will be part of a 9 strong therapy team, who consistently band together as a family and strive to support their young people in their development.    - To assess the psychological needs of young people through the most appropriate strategy or approach for that person. - To liaise with external professionals involved in the care of young people - To contribute to the training and support needs of families. - Develop and deliver appropriate therapeutic group interventions. - Provide tailored individual interventions to young people when required  Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required.    For the full job description and break down of duties, please contact Adele from the recruitment team Adele.richard@the-aurora-group.com
ID
2021-1657
Job Locations UK-Gloucestershire-Twigworth
Position:          Finance Business Partner Location:          Home working Salary:            £45,000 - £50,000   The Aurora Group   The Aurora Group is an innovative provider of education and care for children, young people and adults with special educational needs and disabilities.   We’re currently looking for an experienced Finance Business Partner who will be home based but with a requirement to travel occasionally to Twigworth, Gloucestershire where our Central Office provides financial support, leadership and governance, and also to our other multiple sites across the UK.     The Role:   Working closely with our Head of Finance, Financial Accountant and other Finance Business Partners, your role will be to ensure that your sites are fully supported and their financial positions are accurately reported.   To be successful in this role you will develop relationships with the senior leadership teams at your sites and add value by providing them with an effective finance business partnering service, identifying efficiencies, ensuring that they are fully conversant with their finances and feel confident and supported in their decision making processes.   You’ll be expected to regularly visit sites and provide support to on site finance staff.  You’ll also be committed to ensuring that a high level of controls are in place on your sites.   This role will be a great opportunity to work for a growing, ambitious company, which will give you the opportunity to develop new processes and procedures, enabling you to really make your mark on the way we operate.  In particular, you will be instrumental in developing processes for sound and robust 12 month rolling forecasts across the business
ID
2021-1656
Job Locations UK-Gloucestershire-Berkeley
Teaching Assistant – Level 1-2- Aurora Severnside School   Location: Berkley, South Gloucestershire    Salary: £9.15-£10.42ph  Hours: 16 hours per week – Every Monday and Tuesday - Term Time Only Contract: FTC until JUly 2023    Aurora Severnside is a bespoke new school for 11-16 year olds with SEMH needs, having taken the best elements of a mainstream school and the best elements of a special school to create an environment where young people can achieve their own goals and thrive - be that with GSCEs or a vocational route.    Aurora Severnside is a school that aims to empower young people to aspire and achieve their goals.     The main purpose of the role:    The purpose of the Teaching Assistant is to support the children with their learning and general wellbeing to ensure every child has the best opportunity to reach their full potential in a caring and safe environment. Where necessary this may include supporting with care needs from time to time as well as positive behaviour management adopting a tailored approach to the individual child.    Key duties:    - To establish a warm, caring and supportive relationship with pupils in order to support them feeling safe and enabling them to enjoy and learn during their time at the School.  - To promote and encourage independence and personal development in pupils and maintain high expectations of behaviour at all times.  - To contribute to providing high quality, challenging and differentiated educational activities and experiences through supporting the teaching of a broad and balanced curriculum aiming at pupils achieving their full potential in all areas of learning.  - Support the Class Teacher in all areas of the day to day running of the class  - To respond to the varying and changing needs of the school and adapt to any task presented to achieve the smooth running of the school.  - To promote pupils’ cognitive, social, emotional, behavioural, physical development and spiritual well-being.  - Demonstrate a proven ability to work collaboratively within a multi-professional team  - Under the guidance of a more senior TA or a teacher, ensure all documentation is completed correctly for records of incidents, health, behaviour etc. as necessary    Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required.     For the full job description and break down of duties, please contact Adele from the recruitment team adele.richard@the-aurora-group.com 
ID
2021-1655
Job Locations UK-Dorset-Wimborne
Youth Support Worker Location: Cranborne, Dorset Salary: £9.15-£9.90 per hour Hours: 12 hour shifts, 8am-8pm- average 42 hours per week spread over 3-4 shifts per week. Part time hours will also be considered. Contract: Maternity Cover Fixed Term Contract till February 2022    Boveridge College is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, sitting in 16 acres of listed gardens and a wider 50 acre campus - it is a truly spectacular place to work.    At Aurora we believe in empowerment through learning, all of our staff pull together to work as a team ensuring the best care and support is given to all at Boveridge College at every moment.    To take a virtual tour around our site, click here; Boveridge Virtual Tour   The main purpose of the role:   Post holders will be inspirational role models with a great sense of humour who will build a professional & trusted relationship with young people which puts their health, safety, development and welfare first. - Promote, facilitate and support learning both during education based lessons and through leisure and independence activities. - Ensure that the medical needs of the young people are met at all time - Promote and encourage independence at all times. - Support the young person to develop independence skills such as budgeting, shopping, cooking as well as taking care of their clothes, bedrooms, personal belongings, accessing the wider community, and using public transport as part of learning independent living skills. - Keep records accurately and up-to-date - Ensure safeguarding and health and safety procedures are followed at all times - There will be no personal care requirements for this role.  Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required. For the full job description and break down of duties, please contact Adele from the recruitment team adele.richard@the-aurora-group.com
ID
2021-1654
Job Locations UK-SGC-Pilning
Location: Pilning, Bristol  Salary: £9.15-£10.42ph  Hours: 40 hours per week – Term Time Only    Contract: 9 Month Fixed Term Contract    Aurora Hedgeway is a dynamic and inspiring provision for 7-19 year olds with complex communication and associated difficulties.     Putting students’ needs first, because they know that once they understand the young people’s personal needs and individual learning styles they can provide the right level of support to enable them to learn more effectively and achieve their full potential. Working with students to prepare them for adulthood, whether that be further education, training or employment.    The main purpose of the role:    The purpose of the Teaching Assistant is to support the children with their learning and general wellbeing to ensure every child has the best opportunity to reach their full potential in a caring and safe environment. Where necessary this may include supporting with care needs from time to time as well as positive behaviour management adopting a tailored approach to the individual child.    Key Duties:   - To establish a warm, caring and supportive relationship with pupils in order to support them feeling safe and enabling them to enjoy and learn during their time at the School.  - To promote and encourage independence and personal development in pupils and maintain high expectations of behaviour at all times.  - To contribute to providing high quality, challenging and differentiated educational activities and experiences through supporting the teaching of a broad and balanced curriculum aiming at pupils achieving their full potential in all areas of learning.  - Support the Class Teacher in all areas of the day to day running of the class  - To respond to the varying and changing needs of the school and adapt to any task presented to achieve the smooth running of the school.  - To promote pupils’ cognitive, social, emotional, behavioural, physical development and spiritual well-being.  - Demonstrate a proven ability to work collaboratively within a multi-professional team  - Under the guidance of a more senior TA or a teacher, ensure all documentation is completed correctly for records of incidents, health, behaviour etc. as necessary    Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required.     For the full job description and break down of duties, please contact Adele from the recruitment team adele.richard@the-aurora-group.com 
ID
2021-1653
Job Locations UK-Bristol-Westbury Park
Location: Westbury Park, Bristol    Salary: £9.15-£10.35ph (Linked to competency and qualifications)  Hours: 40 hours per week     Rated CQC ‘Outstanding, Aurora Hyde lodge is situated close to the city centre and offers a supported living and learning environment for young adults aged 19+ with severe and complex learning difficulties.     The main purpose of the role:    To provide the young people with every opportunity to develop the skills they desire.  Each week the residents will go out shopping, horse riding, and music therapy, pet therapy, swimming, Yoga and so much more. They are also encouraged to do all of their own cooking, cleaning and washing, so the Learning Assistant will guide and support our young people in these tasks.     Key duties:    - To take responsibility for the care of resident’s clothes, bedrooms, personal belongings and ensure that all their medical needs are met, including the administering and recording of prescribed medication.  - To provide our young people with support carrying out their daily tasks and activities   - Empowering the young people to be independent and to try new things, especially things they really want to do  - Encourage our young people to be active in the local community   - The role may require participation in physical intervention and personal care routines.    Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required.     For the full job description and break down of duties, please contact Adele from the recruitment team adele.richard@the-aurora-group.com
ID
2021-1651
Job Locations UK-Norfolk-Quidenham
  Design and Technology Teacher - Aurora Eccles School, Norfolk Location: Quidenham, Norwich Salary:  MPS1- UPS2 (£25,714 - £40,124) dependent on experience Hours: Term Time only - 40hrs per week- 8.30am-4.30pm  Closing date: Ongoing   The Aurora Group: The Aurora Group is an innovative provider of education and care for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities.   Aurora Eccles School   Our Aurora Eccles School in Quidenham, Norwich are looking for a Design and Technology Teacher. Aurora Eccles School provides flexible day placements for students aged 11 to 16 years with communication and associated difficulties or specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia.  Some may be on the autistic spectrum or have anxieties and difficulties that create barriers to learning.    To take a virtual look around our school please click here: Eccles Virtual Tour   Key Duties:   - Set expectations and targets for pupils in relation to standards of pupil achievements and the quality of teaching. - Work with the Head Teacher and any another other staff to ensure that Individual Education Plans are used to set subject specific targets and match work well to pupil’s needs. - Establish with the involvement of relevant staff, short, medium and long term plans for the development and resourcing of your subject, which: - Contribute to whole school aims, policies and practices including those in relation to behaviour, discipline, bullying and racial harassment - Are based on a range of comparative information and evidence, including the attainment of pupils - Identify realistic and challenging targets for improvement - Are understood by all those involved in putting the plans into practice - Are clear about action to be taken, time skills and criteria for success.
ID
2021-1650
Job Locations UK-Surrey-Effingham
Site Manager Locations: Smallfield Nr. Horley, Caterham and Effingham   Salary: Up to £28,000 dependent upon experience Hours: 40 hours per week – 52 Weeks per year   An exciting opportunity arises for an enthusiastic and methodical Site Manager to work across three of our schools which closely neighbour each other in Surrey. You will be working between Caterham Education Centre in Caterham, Redehall School in Smallfield Nr. Horley and our brand new Poppyfield school in Effingham which is opening in early 2022.   The main purpose of the role:   You will be responsible for ensuring that all matters relating to the continuous operation, maintenance and cleanliness of the buildings, grounds and equipment are managed in such a way that ensures a high-quality site service is provided at all times thus ensuring the safeguarding, health, safety and general well-being of all those accessing the site.   Working with the central estates department, you will also support the development of the services through site expansion projects and integrating new/developed buildings.   This will be a diverse role which will include many different skills and tasks, and for the right person, a very exciting opportunity where no two days will be the same.   Key duties:  - Manage local relationships with Aurora approved local and companywide suppliers and ensure only approved suppliers are used. - Provide management with timely notice of any difficulties that may arise as well as ensuring swift reporting of any unplanned and ad hoc requirements outside of planned expenditure. - Contribute to annual operational and CAPEX budget processes (with site and central management). - Respond to and resolve adhoc maintenance requests via online ticketing software. - Organise and carry out the collection and movement of furniture and equipment as directed. - Acting as the site and School’s Fire Safety Officer ensure the following: - All fire and safety equipment and systems are functional, and that safety awareness is promoted - All relevant procedures and checks are completed in accordance with policy. - The Annual Fire Risk Assessment is carried out. - Management of the maintenance and safety of all vehicles including auditing of mileage logs and usage register. - Ensure safe storage of all, keys, tools, equipment and materials, in accordance with manufacturers’ instructions and maintain equipment register - Play a full part in building good relationships with other staff, students and stakeholders. - Carry out regular planned maintenance inspection on services, utilities and the building fabric throughout the school. Report findings and take necessary actions. - Carry out additional tasks and responsibilities as instructed by school / central management as and when required.
ID
2021-1649
Job Locations UK-Norfolk-Quidenham
Occupational Therapist - Aurora Eccles Location: Quidenham, Norwich Salary: Actual salary £22,465.22 - £27,302.76 dependant on experience (£25,500 - £31,000 FTE)  Hourly rate: £12.26 - £14.90 per hour Hours: 40 hours per week - Term Time only   Closing Date: Ongoing The Aurora Group is an innovative provider of education and care for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities.   Our Aurora Eccles School in Norwich are looking for an enthusiastic Occupational Therapist to work as part of a therapy team. Aurora Eccles School provides flexible day placements for students aged 5-17 years with communication and associated difficulties or specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia.  Some may be on the autistic spectrum or have anxieties and difficulties that create barriers to learning.   We are looking for a talented and passionate person to join our united and skilled team and be part of the service’s exciting future.  As the Occupational Therapist you will make a valuable contribution to shaping the school.  To take a virtual look around our school please click here: Eccles Virtual Tour Key Roles & Responsibilities:  - To support the Occupational Therapy Service to run in an efficient manner - To take a clinical role in the assessment, planning, delivery, and reviewing of Occupational Therapy intervention options for children experiencing a variety of Special Educational needs. - To manage a caseload under supervision of a Specialist/Advanced Occupational Therapist - To contribute to, and participate in assessment the occupational, functional and sensory limitations of children within their academic and wider settings. - To contribute to in-depth assessment reports demonstrating clinical reasoning skills that are based on the analysis of findings from the assessments carried out. - To work collaboratively with the child, their support network, and other agencies, to effectively communicate the needs of the child and how these needs can be best met. - To deliver individualised interventions as outlined within the child’s EHCP and identified through Occupational Therapy assessment. - To contribute to the design and delivery of group interventions based around sensory motor intervention, emotional regulation, and fine/gross motor skills. - To advise and source, where appropriate, specialist equipment believed to help address the occupational needs of the child or young person. - To liaise effectively with senior managers, SENCO and all teaching staff such that best practice is evidenced throughout the whole curriculum. - To attend multi-disciplinary team meetings, annual reviews and team around the child meetings to communicate profession-specific knowledge concerning the difficulties of the children - To maintain independently clear written records or reports of intervention using agreed protocols and in line with the code of professional conduct. Please note that duties will vary and you must expect to lend a hand where required. For a copy of the full job description please email: Liz.hudson@the-aurora-group.com
ID
2021-1648
Job Locations UK-Somerset-Minehead
Casual/Bank Care Support Worker   Location: Minehead, Somerset Salary: £9.15-£9.50 per hour + 13% Holiday Pay  Hours: Flexible shifts to suit you   The main purpose of the role:   To ensure you meet the personal care needs of service users in a way that respects the dignity of the individual and promotes independence. As an employee of The Reynard Care and Support Agency your absolute priority is to safeguard the service users in our care. You must work professionally, effectively and sensitively with your team to ensure that all service users are safe and feel safe with any concerns listened to and acted upon appropriately.   Key duties:  - To assist service users who need help with getting up in the morning, dressing, undressing, washing, bathing and the toilet. - To help service users with mobility problems and other physical disabilities, including - Incontinence, and help in use and care of aids and personal equipment. - To comply with the agency's guidelines and policies at all times. - To encourage service users to remain as independent as possible. - To carry out duties in accordance with the Personal Service User plan (care plan). - To complete medication record, if applicable. - To complete accident / incident forms in the event of an accident/incident. - To report to the Registered Manager immediately if, and when, an individual appears unwell, or has a problem you feel unable to deal with. - To ensure all paperwork is appropriately completed and kept up-to-date. - To support individuals in attending planned activities in the community whilst promoting individual interests.  Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required.   For the full job description and break down of duties, please contact Adele from the recruitment team on 07918 144 908 or email adele.richard@the-aurora-group.com
ID
2021-1647
Job Locations UK-Lancashire-Darwen
SEN Teacher of DT and Art - Aurora Woodlands Location: Darwen, Lancashire Salary: M1 – M6 £25,714 - £36,961 Hours: 40 hours per week   The Aurora Woodlands School is an 'Good' rated innovative provider of education and care, supporting young boys aged 10 - 19 with complex needs typically related to Asperger’s Syndrome, Autism and other conditions.   We’re currently recruiting for an experienced SEN Teacher of DT and Art to join us at our beautiful woodlands surrounded school in Darwen.   The main purpose of the role:   As our DT and Art Teacher; your role will be to provide high quality, challenging and differentiated educational activities and sensory experiences through the teaching of a broad and balanced curriculum to a small classroom of children with advanced SEMH needs, to enable them to achieve their full potential in all areas of learning.   To facilitate this, you’ll be expected to plan and deliver lessons following a broad range of the key stages curriculum that’s tailored to each student and assist with the day to day running of the school.   Additionally you’ll supervise and provide support and guidance to our Teaching Assistants and Higher Level Teaching Assistants and play a key role in their Professional Development Reviews.   Naturally, you will take responsibility for implementing school policies and practices, including those relating to safeguarding and equality of opportunity and will be expected to work in partnership with all school staff, parents, carers and other agencies in providing for the academic, spiritual, moral, social, emotional and cultural well-being of students and their families.   Like many SEN environments; your duties are likely to vary and therefore candidates will need to be flexible and be able to lend a hand whenever required.   Key Duties/Requirements of the Role: - Undertake the duties of a teacher as specified by the Head Teacher - To provide specialist support in general for children with special education needs, and specifically for children with SEMH needs as defined in their EHCPs - To track and monitor pupil progress in all aspects The successful candidate will have knowledge of - The Aurora Values: Caring, ambitious, collaborative, trusted, innovative; embedding these in the approaches used with our pupils - Aurora Brambles School aims, priorities, targets and action plans - Statutory curriculum requirements - Requirements for assessment, recording and reporting of pupil’s attainment and progress - The characteristics of high-quality teaching and the main strategies for securing and sustaining high standards of teaching, learning and achievement of all pupils - The implications of legislation regarding Special Educational Needs for teaching, learning, Health and Safety, and safeguarding
ID
2021-1646
Job Locations UK-Norfolk-Quidenham
School Cleaner – Aurora Eccles and White House Schools, Quidenham, Norfolk   Location: Quidenham, Norfolk Salary: £9.09 per hour Hours: 15 hours per week, 40 weeks per year (5am - 8am some flexibility on these hours or 3pm - 6pm) Contract Type: Permanent               The Aurora Group: The Aurora Group is an innovative provider of education and care for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities.   Aurora White House School and Aurora Eccles School   Aurora White House School and Aurora Eccles School in Quidenham, Norwich are looking for School Cleaners. The schools provide flexible day placements for students aged 6 to 16 years with communication and associated difficulties or specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia.  Some may be on the autistic spectrum or have anxieties and difficulties that create barriers to learning.    To take a virtual look around our school please click here: Eccles Virtual Tour   Main Purpose of the Role: The Housekeeping (Domestic) Team are responsible for maintaining high standards of cleanliness throughout the school.   Key Duties: - Dusting and polishing - Maintaining clean and sanitary kitchen areas - Vacuuming and washing floors - Tidying up rooms - Monitoring cleaning supplies and ordering more as and when needed - Reporting any necessary repairs - Keeping bathrooms stocked and clean - Emptying bins and disposing of waste    Please note that duties will vary and you must expect to lend a hand wherever is required. 
ID
2021-1645
Job Locations UK-Norfolk-Quidenham
L3 SEN Teaching Assistant   Location: Quidenham, Norwich, NR16 2NZ Salary: Actual salary £19,118.76 - £20,548.20 dependent on experience (£22,256 - £23,920 FTE)  Hourly rate: £10.70 - £11.50 per hour  Hours: 40 hours per week - Term Time only - Monday - Friday - 8.30am - 4.30pm (5pm on Thursday, extra half hour taken off on another day)   The Aurora Group: The Aurora Group is an innovative provider of education and care for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities.   Our Aurora Eccles School in Quidenham, Norwich are looking for Teaching Assistants. Aurora Eccles School provides flexible day placements for students aged 11 to 16 years with communication and associated difficulties or specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia.  Some may be on the autistic spectrum or have anxieties and difficulties that create barriers to learning.  To take a virtual look around our school please click here: Eccles Virtual Tour The Role:   The purpose of the Teaching Assistant is to support the children with their learning and care whilst in school and other settings. As well as developing and delivering personalised learning, you will work with colleagues to support pupils with their daily routines, transitions and positive behaviour management. A tailored approach to the individual child ensures that every student has the opportunity to reach their full potential in a caring and safe environment.  The Teaching Assistant will need to support the Class Teacher with the day to day running of the class.   This is an exciting opportunity to develop your career whilst you help shape and develop our provision to achieve this.    - To establish a warm, caring and supportive relationship with pupils in order to support them feeling safe and enabling them to enjoy and learn during their time at the school. - To promote and encourage independence and personal development in pupils and maintain high expectations of behaviour at all times. - To contribute to providing high quality, challenging and differentiated educational activities and experiences through supporting the teaching of a broad and balanced curriculum aiming at pupils achieving their full potential in all areas of learning. - Support the Class Teacher in all areas of the day to day running of the class - To respond to the varying and changing needs of the school and adapt to any task presented to achieve the smooth running of the school. - To promote pupils’ cognitive, social, emotional, behavioural, physical development and spiritual well-being. - Demonstrate a proven ability to work collaboratively within a multi-professional team.
ID
2021-1644
Job Locations UK-Somerset-Minehead
Location: Minehead, Somerset Salary: £17,608.26 - £20,494.86 (FTE 19,032.00 - £22,152.00) Hours: 40 hours per week – Term time only plus 10 additional days   Foxes Academy is an Ofsted outstanding specialist college for young adults with learning disabilities (18-25 years old). We offer training in independent life skills, plus the opportunity to learn catering skills in Foxes Hotel. The happiness, well-being and success of our learners is at the centre of everything we do.   The main purpose of the role:   As one of our Education Learning Support Practitioners your role will be to assist our students during sessions within all areas of vocational training and support the hotel business team Foxes Hotel. Your role is to help achieve our mission which is to equip young adults with learning disabilities to find sustainable employment in the hospitality sector and to live independently   Key duties: - You will have high expectations of all students, and to constantly challenge and stretch each student at every opportunity. - To support the students in their learning, enabling them to reach their full potential. - To professionally and effectively support with managing student behaviour, seeking further advice and guidance where appropriate. - Support every student to make progress in each session under the guidance of the tutor, and to assist the tutor in ensuring this progress is recorded, evidenced and evaluated effectively and efficiently. - To be able to creatively produce resources that will support student progress. - Respect the privacy (confidentiality) and dignity of all students and at all times adhere to the equality and diversity policy.   Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required.   For the full job description and break down of duties, please contact Adele from the recruitment team adele.richard@the-aurora-group.com  
ID
2021-1643
Job Locations UK-Lancashire-Darwen
Location: Darwen, Lancashire    Salary: £9.15 - £10.65 p/h Hours: 40 hours per week – Term Time Only     The Aurora Group   The Aurora Woodlands School is an 'Good' ratedinnovative provider of education and care, supporting young boys aged 10 - 19 with complex needs typically related to Asperger’s Syndrome, Autism and other conditions.   We’re currently looking for an experienced SEN Teaching Assistant – Level 2 to join us at our beautiful woodlands surrounded school in Darwen.   The Role   As our new Teaching Assistant, your role is to support our children with their learning and general wellbeing to ensure every child has the best opportunity to reach their full potential in a caring and safe environment. Where necessary this may include supporting with care needs from time to time as well as positive behaviour management adopting a tailored approach to the individual child. You will be expected to establish a warm, caring and supportive relationship with pupils in order to support them feeling safe and enabling them to enjoy and learn during their time at the School, and to promote and encourage independence and personal development in pupils and maintain high expectations of behaviour at all times. You will support the class teacher and contribute to providing high quality, challenging and differentiated educational activities and experiences through supporting the teaching of a broad and balanced curriculum aiming at pupils achieving their full potential in all areas of learning. Key duties:     - Participate in the planning and evaluation of learning activities.    - Provide meaningful feedback on pupil attainment and progress.   - Support the teacher in monitoring, assessing, recording and reporting pupils’ progress according to the school’s policies in order to monitor and foster pupils’ progress in all areas of learning.   - Support positive behaviour and concentration levels of the children and adapt own behaviour and responses to any change or escalations in behaviour of the children.   - Promote spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) development and British values within the PSHE policy across the whole school.   - Promote pupils’ cognitive, social, emotional, behavioural, physical development and spiritual well-being through a whole Day Curriculum.    Like many SEN environments; your duties are likely to vary and therefore candidates will need to be flexible and be able to lend a hand whenever required.
ID
2021-1642
Job Locations UK-Gloucestershire-Berkeley
Location: Berkeley, South Gloucestershire    Salary: £11.75-£12.90ph  Hours: 40 hours per week – Term Time Only      Aurora Severnside is a new school for 11-16 year olds with SEMH needs, having taken the best elements of a mainstream school and the best elements of a special school to create an environment where young people can achieve their own goals and thrive - be that with GSCEs or a vocational route.    The main purpose of the role:    We are looking for an Outreach Worker to support a young person in the home and in the local community. The role will involve a mixed education programme for the young person including life skills and engagement activities.   You will manage parts of the admission and assessment procedure in relation to home visits and liaison with parents, carers and other agencies who may be working to support the potential student admission, and then report to and advise the SLT. The role will also include teaching and learning to groups and individuals as designated by the SLT.  The programme will initially be purely outreach, building up slowly with time on site and in the school. The long term outcome is to support the young person to reintegrate back into a school placement. There will be support and training from the school, but you will be lone working when out in the community.    The young person is located in South Bristol, therefore travel between Bristol and Berkeley will be an essential part of the role    Key duties:    - Ensure that pupils are properly safeguarded and understand how to make a referral to the schools Designated Safeguarding Officer  - Deliver high quality teaching and learning to children and young people with Asperger’s Syndrome, Specific Learning Difficulties and Complex Needs, and who may present with some challenging behaviours.   - Be responsible for the high quality of teaching and learning of all pupils who are assigned to the post holder, having responsibility for their progress, welfare and outcomes.  - Supervise the work of any support staff who are assigned to work with the post holder’s pupils.  - To take responsibility for implementing school policies and practice, including those relating to safeguarding and equality of opportunity.  - Contribute to the delivery and development of the curriculum, having regard to the educational, physical and social needs of the students within a learning environment.  - Maintain and use short, medium and long-term plans in delivering the curriculum  - Monitor and review personalised targets that will optimise learning for students  - Work collaboratively with other members of staff as part of a multi-disciplinary team.  - Liaise effectively with parents/carers.    Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required.     For the full job description and break down of duties, please contact Adele from the recruitment team adele.Richard@the-aurora-group.com   
ID
2021-1641
Job Locations UK-Dorset-Wimborne
Location: Dorset Salary: £9.15-£9.90 per hour + £15 per night shift worked   Hours: 8.45pm-8.15am- 4 on 4 off shifts- average of 43.75 hours per week. Part time hours will also be considered.   Aurora are an innovative provider of education and care, aim to always work in partnership with each child, young person and adult to deliver personalised education, care and support. Aurora Boveridge College is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, sitting in 16 acres of listed gardens and a wider 50 acre campus - it is a truly incredible place to work.    All staff rally together as a family to ensure that the young people are supported and empowered to be the best they can be.   To take a virtual tour around our site, click here; Boveridge Virtual Tour   The main purpose of the role:   As a waking night support worker you will directly support our young people in their evening activities, sports or hobbies both on and off site.    - Interact, support and monitor all those in your care at regular intervals through the night. - Support, and participate in evening leisure activities with our young people. - Support the young people to adopt a healthy sleeping pattern where possible. - Ensure the medical needs of the young people are met at all - Support the young person to develop independence skills such as budgeting, shopping, and cooking as well as taking care of their clothes, bedrooms, personal belongings, accessing the wider community and using public transport part of learning independent living skills. - Support relationships and communication between young people, parents, family, friends, guardians and external agencies involved in their lives. - Keep records accurately and up-to-date - Ensure safeguarding and health and safety procedures are followed at all times  Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required.    For the full job description and break down of duties, please contact Adele from the recruitment team Adele.richard@the-aurora-group.com
ID
2021-1640
Job Locations UK-Dorset-Wimborne
Youth Support Worker Location: Dorset Salary: £9.15-£9.90 per hour Hours: 12 hour shifts, 8am-8pm- average 42 hours per week spread over 3-4 shifts per week. Part time hours will also be considered.   Boveridge College is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, sitting in 16 acres of listed gardens and a wider 50 acre campus - it is a truly spectacular place to work.    At Aurora we believe in empowerment through learning, all of our staff pull together to work as a team ensuring the best care and support is given to all at Boveridge College at every moment.   To take a virtual tour around our site, click here; Boveridge Virtual Tour   The main purpose of the role:   Post holders will be inspirational role models with a great sense of humour who will build a professional & trusted relationship with young people which puts their health, safety, development and welfare first. - Promote, facilitate and support learning both during education based lessons and through leisure and independence activities. - Ensure that the medical needs of the young people are met at all time - Promote and encourage independence at all times. - Support the young person to develop independence skills such as budgeting, shopping, cooking as well as taking care of their clothes, bedrooms, personal belongings, accessing the wider community, and using public transport as part of learning independent living skills. - Keep records accurately and up-to-date - Ensure safeguarding and health and safety procedures are followed at all times - There will be no personal care requirements for this role.  Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required. For the full job description and break down of duties, please contact Adele from the recruitment team adele.richard@the-aurora-group.com
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2021-1639
Job Locations UK-Dorset-Wimborne
Teaching Assistant Location: Dorset  Salary: £9.15-£9.90 per hour  Hours: 40 hours per week, term time only    Boveridge College is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, sitting in 16 acres of listed gardens and a wider 50 acre campus - it is a truly spectacular place to work. The staff pull together to achieve a common goal of empowering their young people through learning, they strive to exceed expectations wherever possible.   To take a virtual tour around our site, click here; Boveridge Virtual Tour   The main purpose of the role:     This role will include supporting our teaching staff to deliver on a daily basis a broad and balanced curriculum for our young people both on and off site. Post holders will work on a 1:1 basis with students when required as well as support in class with a small group.    Key duties:    - Support and facilitate the learning and independence of our students.  - Contribute to planning, preparation, implementation and evaluation of education programmes, plans and reports as required.  - Contribute to assessing, recording, and reporting on young peoples’ progress  - Promote and encourage independence at all times.  - Keep records accurately and up-to-date  - Ensure safeguarding and health and safety procedures are followed at all times  - Promote the development of positive social behaviours and self-regulation skills    Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required. Within this role post holders must be prepared to support on the residential care side of the site on occasion.     For the full job description and break down of duties, please contact Adele from the recruitment team adele.richard@the-aurora-group.com  
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2021-1638
Job Locations UK-Hertfordshire-Royston
Night Support Worker - Orchard Manor Location: Meldreth, Nr. Royston, Cambridgeshire/Hertfordshire border Salary: £9.15ph to £10.20ph (linked to competency and qualifications) + a night supplement of £25 per night shift worked PLUS £1000 Welcome bonus* Hours: 4 week rota pattern - average 40 hours per week.   Aurora Orchard Manor   We are currently looking for a Night Support Worker in Meldreth (South Cambridgeshire / North Hertfordshire border Nr Royston), where our Aurora Orchard Manor offers a supportive living and learning environment for young adults who have severe and profound learning difficulties and is one of the few services in the country that is also able to support those with complex health needs and associated difficulties.   Orchard Manor provides a transitional opportunity for individuals to move from education into adulthood with a focus on person-centred programmes to promote independence.   We work with people with multiple disabilities who may have sensory and physical impairments who benefit from our specialist facilities that have been designed to meet their needs.   - Provide the highest level of care for our young adults - Assist with getting them ready for bed which includes washing and changing - Encouraging a healthy sleeping pattern where possible - Checking on them all throughout the night and dealing with any incidents that may occur - Ensuring that medical needs are met at all times - This is a waking night position; so in the quiet periods you will also be expected to get involved in some light housekeeping duties (such as loading the dishwasher, laundry and keeping the environment tidy). - In the morning you’ll then assist with supporting our young adults to get up, washed and dressed, ready for the day. - The key to this role will be your ability to communicate effectively, build trusting relationships and provide the support required to enable our young adults to become more autonomous.
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2021-1637