SEN teachers required!

Principal Resourcing
£100 - £170 per day
31 Mar 2017
28 Apr 2017
Contract Type

SEN Teachers Required

Calling all teachers! Are you seeking a new challenge?

Principal Resourcing are currently looking for mainstream teachers who are looking for the opportunity to move in to the SEN sector.

The role of a SEN teacher can be challenging but very rewarding and with small class sizes gives you the opportunity to educate individually catering to the pupil's individual/additional needs.

Are you a versatile Teacher, who is creative, naturally caring & a clear team player, if so we would love to hear from you. SEN teachers may work with individuals who are physically disabled, sensory impaired (i.e. hearing or vision impairment), have speech and language difficulties such as dyslexia, have a mental disability such as autism, are emotionally vulnerable, have behavioural difficulties or have a combination of these disabilities. An SEN teacher may also work with gifted and talented individuals.

Principal Resourcing are able to provide relevant SEN awareness training, giving you an insight to the rewarding role of SEN teacher and have a number of schools and services seeking passionate and caring teachers on a long term and day to day basis.

Principal Resourcing are working in partnership with several local schools providing quality staffing provisions.

Benefits of working for Principal Resourcing:

  • Highly supportive, committed and hardworking Consultants
  • An opportunity to extend your professional development
  • A stimulating and supportive working and learning environment
  • A range of in house courses to enhance and build of your existing skills including iTOL accredited courses.
  • Rewarding and competitive rates of pay
  • Recommend a friend Bonus - earn up to £100 each time

Principal Resourcing are an Education Recruitment Business having sought agreement from their clients to source candidates for these specific roles, in accordance with the Employment Agencies and Employment Business Regulations Act 2003.

Principal Resourcing are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Appointments will be subject to our stringent vetting procedures, including enhanced DBS checks and references.