Our Service – Plus typical job roles
Apex Education Recruitment recruits for schools throughout
Havering, Thurrock, Essex, Kent, Medway, East & South London
Predominantly recruiting for the
Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) sector.
“Every Child Matters – Every Adult Matters”
WHO we look for:
Someone who is passionate and skilled to want to make a difference to a child with special needs? If you are experienced in other areas – you may have transferable skills to work with special needs in a class-based setting?
- Mainstream class work and wanting to specialise in SEND
- Care work with adults with learning disabilities
- Mental health or counselling in the community
- Working for the services front line; Police, Prison, NHS, Fire, Armed Forces
Support staff: Qualifications are advantageous, experience will be looked at on an individual basis.
Teachers: Relevant qualifications required for teaching students aged 4 – 19.
Karen and Christie`s unique qualities are to extract your biggest skills and find the perfect job role that is suited to you. Many candidates have been offered roles that have become flourishing careers they have never thought of looking for themselves.
What jobs we recruit for:
The typical SEND roles we recruit for are across all age ranges from 4 – 19 and include:
SEND Teaching Assistant: 1-1, group, mainstream and special needs schools
Speech and language therapist
Tutor for 1-1 SEND students
Learning disability coach
What we do for you:
We take time to get to know you, your skills and ambitions. We work in partnership with many schools in the local areas above and are always looking for skilled and passionate school workers.
If you are looking to work in Special Needs Education, we offer career guidance and support and help develop your career; not just a find a job.
Our support is tailored to you and includes:
An interview on an informal basis with Karen or Christie over a coffee to discuss your individual requirements, skills and qualifications and get to know you; we can then offer you the right role.
Coaching tips for interviews and how to be professional in a school role
Communication of the recruitment process through to securing your job
Full vetting and safeguarding is completed by us, no hassle for you so you are fully compliant before you work with children.
Once you’re in work the support continues:
- Help with induction and settling into the first few days or weeks, phone and on-site support where required
- On going development, discussed with the client about specific training and development and face to face development meetings where appropriate
- Liaising with the school where required
- Providing you with feedback on the work that you have done/are doing
- Regular contact with you – checking in to see how the new job is suiting you, talking through any concerns you may have, issues that you may have, & if you are seeking any professional advice.
- Being a spokesperson for you if required in a professional capacity
- Complete your payroll through PAYE, all taxes and any HMRC communication dealt with
- Holiday pay for all of our workers
- Being there for you when you need a listening ear
75% of candidates go on to gain permanent contracts and we will not hinder your progress to a permanent role where it is an option.
We don’t fade into the background once you’ve found that perfect job!
For an informal chat please contact us for a no obligation, no hassle and supportive chat to see where we can assist you for your future.