This is a great prospect for anyone wanting a career crossing both care and education. We invest heavily in our staff and we will provide excellent professional development opportunities. This role can be both physically/emotionally demanding, and you must have the confidence and patience to deal/manage with the challenging behaviours that young people can present. However the role is also extremely rewarding and you will have the opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of the young people in your care. · The role is based at Freeman College, Sheffield City Centre. Freeman College is an independent specialist college educating young people (16-25) with complex behaviour and learning difficulties including autistic spectrum conditions. · The main purpose is to support and facilitate the student’s holistic needs, care, wellbeing, learning and development to enable their growth in confidence and social independence in a multi-disciplined, dynamic environment. This includes their home, college sessions, work-related learning, and in the wider community in accordance with the agreed holistic care plans, study programmes and risk assessments in place for the student. · Our students have Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, which can involve complex diagnoses. Any applicants must be prepared to work with challenging behaviour. · Some daytime, but predominantly evening and weekend working is an essential requirement of the role.