Salary for communication support worker

Average salary


2700 £

Basic salary 1400 £
Maximum Wage 4000 £
1400 £
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2700 £
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The average salary for the communication support worker position is 2700 £

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Companies with the highest earnings in position Communication support worker


SNAP CARE 4000 £
ASSIGNED INTERPRETING 4000 £
COLEG GWENT CATERING 3840 £
REED 3360 £
FLAT FEE RECRUITER 2916 £
TRADEWIND RECRUITMENT 1640 £
QUALITEACH 1500 £
HORIZON TEACHERS 1450 £
PROTOCOL EDUCATION 1400 £
PORTLAND COLLEGE ENTERPRISES 1316 £

Salary in companies


SNAP CARE 4000 £
1316 £ 4000 £
ASSIGNED INTERPRETING 4000 £
1316 £ 4000 £
COLEG GWENT CATERING 3840 £
1316 £ 4000 £
REED 3360 £
1316 £ 4000 £
FLAT FEE RECRUITER 2916 £
1316 £ 4000 £
TRADEWIND RECRUITMENT 1640 £
1316 £ 4000 £
QUALITEACH 1500 £
1316 £ 4000 £
HORIZON TEACHERS 1450 £
1316 £ 4000 £
PROTOCOL EDUCATION 1400 £
1316 £ 4000 £
PORTLAND COLLEGE ENTERPRISES 1316 £
1316 £ 4000 £

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Requirements


  • BSL Communication Support Worker: 1 year
  • home care: 1 year
  • communication Skills
  • DBs
  • learners
  • safeguarding
  • british Sign Language
  • experience supporting people with BSL for those who have hearing loss or are deaf
  • experience working with students/young adults in either a high school setting, college setting or support and care setting
  • experience working with deaf students/young adults in either a high school setting, college setting or support and care setting
  • good verbal and written communication skills
  • experience with signing, using BSL
  • level 2 or above in BSL
  • A good understanding and commitment to Safeguarding
  • therefore, all posts are subject to an Enhanced Disclosure check from the Disclosure and Barring Service and 2 satisfactory professional references
  • flat Fee Recruiter is an advertising agency promoting this role on behalf of the employer. You will be contacted directly by the employer and not Flat Fee Recruiter should they wish to move forward with your application
  • visit the JobsAware website for information and free expert advice for safer work
  • the Society is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment
  • report this job
  • other suitable skills and experience include Education, Charity, Support, Support Worker, Deaf, Blind, BSL, British Sign Language, Educational Support Worker, Communication Support Worker, CSW

Responsibility


  • to support students with British sign language
  • to set SMART targets on a termly basis
  • to do daily progress reports for your students
  • provide one-on-one support to a Year 3 student who is deaf, ensuring effective communication in the classroom and during extracurricular activities
  • provide one-on-one support to a Year 10 student who is deaf, ensuring effective communication in the classroom and during extracurricular activities
  • facilitate access to the curriculum by implementing appropriate strategies and using specialist equipment and technology
  • collaborate closely with the student's teachers, parents, and other support staff to create an inclusive and supportive learning environment
  • assist in the development of resources and materials to enhance the student's educational experience
  • support the student in social interactions and foster their independence and self-confidence
  • monitor and assess the student's progress and communicate effectively with relevant stakeholders
  • attend relevant meetings, training sessions, and professional development opportunities to enhance your skills and knowledge
  • in order to apply for this role, you will need to create a profile on our online recruitment portal, Face-Ed
  • please click on the “apply” button and this will take you to the link to create a profile
  • you will need to ensure you complete ALL sections of your profile before you can submit your application
  • if you have any questions or need some help when completing your application you can contact [email protected] or call the Recruitment team on 01623 499111, extension 428 or 283 and we will be happy to help
  • many of our staff have a disability and we’re proud to hold Disability Confident and Mindful Employer status which recognises our positive approach to physical and mental health and wellbeing at work
  • if you would like to speak with us before completing an application you can contact our Recruitment team on 01623 499 111 or via email at [email protected] who will be happy to support you with your application or answer any questions

Current offers for the position


ASSIGNED INTERPRETING
BSL Communication Support Worker

Freelance British Sign Language (BSL) Communication Support Workers sought to join a dynamic agency providing assistance to deaf clients in the London area.

London

COLEG GWENT CATERING
Communication Support Worker

City of Newport CampusCommunication Support WorkerSalary: £24.91 - £27.12 per hour24 hours per weekFixed Term – 28/06/24We wish to appoint an inspiring Communication Support Worker to provide communication support and assistance to learners who are Deaf, have a hearing impairment or a communication difficulty, enabling them to access both the academic and wider college curriculum.You will have experience of working with young people and/or adults in an education setting with varying levels of deafness. You will also have an awareness of Deaf culture and issues in the education of deaf learners. An accredited Level 2/3 Certificate in British Sign Language (BSL) is an essential qualification.Applications may be submitted in Welsh and will not be treated less favourably than applications submitted in EnglishThe College is committed to safeguarding, ensuring the safety and welfare of children and young people. Employment is subject to a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service and registration with the Education Workforce Council if appropriate.Please note that successful candidates will be expected to pay for the Enhanced Disclosure and registration with the Education Workforce Council (EWC).At Coleg Gwent we are committed to providing a working environment which embraces diversity and which promotes equality of opportunity. This is underpinned by the Equality Act 2010 and will be adhered to at each stage of the recruitment process.Our goal is to ensure these commitments are also embedded in our day-to-day working practices with our learners, colleagues, and partners.We know the most successful teams are the most diverse teams. Equality, diversity, and inclusion provide the very foundation to our culture at Coleg Gwent. We want every individual to feel confident, proud, and able to bring their

Newport

TRADEWIND RECRUITMENT
Communication Support Worker

This position offers a rewarding opportunity to make a significant impact on the educational journey of a Year 3 student who is deaf. If you have experience working with deaf students and possess excellent communication skills, we invite you to apply....

London

FLAT FEE RECRUITER
Communication Support Worker

Are you interested in working for an organisation making a real difference to the lives of young blind and partially sighted people? If so, this Communication Support Worker role could be perfect for you. Communication Support Worker - BSL Orpington and...

Orpington

TRADEWIND RECRUITMENT
Communication Support Worker

Communication Support Worker, Greenwich A successful and thriving secondary school are seeking a dedicated and skilled Communication Support Worker to join their inclusive and vibrant educational environment. This position offers a rewarding opportunity...

London