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1:1 Behaviour Specialist

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Are you a Behaviour Mentor who is looking for a position within a school 1:1?

Do you have a previous experience working with children with challenging behaviour?

With your attributes, could you make a difference to student's lives?

If you answered yes to the above, then this Behaviour Mentor position is for you!

Teaching Personnel are working with a large, vibrant and successful Secondary School In the Plymouth area. The school have high expectations of achievement and believe in providing all children with the skills for lifelong learning through an engaging rich and challenging curriculum within a shared culture of safety, respect and inclusion.

Key points:

  • This a 1:1 Learning Support Assistant position
  • This is working with a child with social, emotional mental health difficulties (SEMH)
  • This will be long term and full time with the potential to go permanent in the school

The role:

  • As a Behaviour specialist you must be a resilient individual with a can-do attitude who is willing to go the extra mile for students in order to see them succeed
  • To be a successful Behaviour Mentor; experience working within a challenging environment with adults or children with behavioural problems or Social Emotional Mental Health Difficulties is key.

Highlights:

  • The schools we work with require energetic staff with boundless enthusiasm as you will be tested in many ways throughout your placement. In return you will get..
  • Vital and career-defining experience in the Education sector that will make you stand out from your contemporaries
  • A dedicated personal consultant to help in all aspects of your placements, from supporting in getting hired, to support during placement
  • Access to a good selection CPD courses
  • You will be a driver, with your own car.
  • You will be paid weekly, the role is 08:30 until 15:30
  • You will also be paid for mileage for any miles spent with the pupil in your own vehicle
  • With the role you be working on and off site and its a varied and rewarding role.

The school will be looking to see people ideally this week, please send a CV to Chloe at Teaching Personnel via email - or call 01872 250122 for more details.

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see teachingpersonnel.com/faqs for details.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

Teaching Personnel is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided.

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