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Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA)

Posted 2 weeks ago

Job title: Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA)
Job reference number: 10001
Closing date: 7th May 2021

Landau Ltd is a supported employment and work-related training organisation that aims to provide local people (including those with learning disabilities, long-term health issues, the long-term unemployed and disadvantaged young people) with the skills and support they need to find sustainable employment and purposeful futures.

Landau are seeking to appoint 2 HLTAs to provide high quality learning support, mentoring and intervention for individuals and/or small groups of learners, including those with disabilities, disadvantaged and or who are disengaged, so that every learner participates, achieves and progresses in their programme of study.

This is a fixed term post until July 2022.

Key responsibilities will include:

· To provide high quality learning support, mentoring and intervention for individuals and/or small groups of learners, including those with disabilities, disadvantaged and or who are disengaged, so that every learner participates, achieves and progresses in their programme of study.

· Plan, prepare and deliver specified learning activities to individuals and small groups modifying and adapting activities as necessary under the direction and supervision of a tutor

· Assess, record and report on development, progress and attainment

· Use teaching and learning objectives to plan, evaluate and adjust session/work plans as appropriate within agrees systems of supervision

· Support learners in social and emotional well-being, reporting to the tutor as appropriate

· Collaborate with the tutor to identify the additional support and intervention activities required, tailoring activities and materials, to enable learners to succeed and achieve

· Work with individuals who require targeted support to complete all tasks and activities, supporting learners to develop their knowledge, skills and experience and grow in confidence and independence

· Identifying barriers to learning and devise and develop a range of appropriate strategies to assist learners in resolving issues or tackling concerns

· Support tutors with learning portfolios, leading where reasonably required on conducting assessments, providing feedback to learners, conduction progress reviews, record-keeping and the provision of programme administration and study support

· Promote good behaviour management, applying policies and procedures in a fair and consistent manner, and take appropriate action in a timely and sensitive manner, completing records or reports accurately where required

· Support learners to achieve to their potential, including support to achieve learning objectives, completing portfolios, and readiness for assessments and personal development goals

· Assist with preparation for exams and to take part in invigilation, supervision and support during exams

· Assist in the arrangement of and supervision of work experience placements, support for positive progression and the planning od delivery of enrichment activities so that all aspects of the course requirements are fulfilled

· Provide specific support to individual leaners with special needs or and Education, Health and Care Plan requirement, as agreed with you, supporting the health, safety and wellbeing of learners in line with company policy and person-centred plans

· Act as the key worker for identified learners, championing their engagement, attendance, progress and achievement

· Provide flexible support to the wider business as reasonable required, fulfilling occasional alternative duties as requested, so that expertise is deployed to meet business priorities at a level consistent with those outlines in this job description

· To contribute actively to team and departmental meetings as required

· To promote the charity in a positive and professional manner, acting as an ambassador for the charity

Part-time hours: 22.5 per week/ 3 days a week
Salary: £19,500 – £22,000 DOE
This is a fixed term post until July 2022.
Location: Stoke

The posts will commence on the successful candidates earliest available date

Please complete the job application and submit your CV via this link https://form.jotform.com/211151369421346

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