Level 2 Teaching Assistant - must have a minimum of Level 2 British Sign Language qualification - Braidwood Trust School for the Deaf

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Level 2 Teaching Assistant - must have a minimum of Level 2 British Sign Language qualification

£18,065-£19,945 (actual salary £14,065-£15,529) + £1,185 SEN allowance (Pay award pending)

Hours per week: 32.5, Term time only

Contract Type: Permanent

Braidwood Trust School for the Deaf, Bromford Road, Birmingham, B36 8AF

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Job Start Date: September 2020

Braidwood is a highly successful school for deaf pupils aged between 11 and 19.

We require a qualified, skilled and committed individual to work with our profoundly d/Deaf pupils. You may also be required to provide signed communication support and voice over for newly appointed teachers who do not yet have British Sign Language Skills.

It is essential that all applicants already have:

Minimum of British Sign Language Stage II qualification and are fluent BSL users.

Good literacy, numeracy and ICT skills

An appropriate NVQ2 qualification in supporting pupils learning

Experience in providing signed communication support and voice over

If you think you will be an asset to our school, please download the application pack and full details from our school website -

This post is covered by Part 7 of the Immigration Act (2016) and therefore the ability to speak fluent and spoken English is an essential requirement for this role.

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