Learning Support Assistant

Salary: £17,531 per annum, pro rata

Closing Date: 2nd July 2021

Interview Date: 16th July 2021

The Role

Learning Support Assistant


ANNUAL SALARY              £17,531 per annum, pro rata


Part-Time                              24 hours per week, term time only, Days and hours to be agreed on appointment, Fixed Term until July 2022.


Are you able to communicate with young people?


Do you want to help them achieve and be the best that they can be?


Can you assist others on a 1:1 basis or group setting if required?


Our young people are from a wide variety of backgrounds and circumstances.  Some have additional needs and require additional support within an educational setting.


These particular posts will provide one to one assistance for students with specific needs, both in the classroom setting and during break and lunchtimes. 


We are looking for caring and enthusiastic individuals to join the Student Support Team assisting lecturing staff in the care and education of students with a wide range of learning difficulties and disabilities.


This is a varied job and requires individuals that are calm, supportive and enjoy working with young people.

The Benefits

·         Excellent rural work environment

·         Free car parking

·         On-site catering facilities

·         25 days holiday plus 8 bank holidays

·         Discounted gym membership at the on-site gym

·         Membership to the Local Government Pension Scheme

·         Strong College Values such as Striving for Excellence and ‘Can do’ Attitude

How to Apply

To apply please visit our website: and download the application form and job description with the person specification.   E-mail your completed application form to the HR Team, by midnight on the closing date to   If you have any queries please contact the HR Team at the above email address or telephone 01964 504190.


Closing date:           2 July 2021

Interview date:        16 July 2021

No Agencies


The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment.  An enhanced DBS check will be carried out on the successful candidate.  Bishop Burton College is committed to Equal Opportunities for all.

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