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Behaviour Learning Mentor

Job description

Looking to supporting vulnerable students on a one to one basis?

This school provides a full time alternative education for young people who are no longer able to attend their previous school or people referral unit. If you are looking to support a pupil on the 1:1 basis and have a passion for working with pupils with challenging behaviour this role could be perfect for you! A typical school day would include; academic studies in the morning and vocational studies in the afternoon for example; Trip to a farm for activities including team building activities.

This role is a full time role!
Market-leading pay starting at £60 per day
An Immediate start date!

This successful candidate will need:

  • A Child workforce DBS, on the update service - we can support you through the process of applying for one if you do not already have one.
  • Confidence in working with challenging behaviour
  • Enthusiasm and confidence to work in this environment.
  • A kind, calm and caring manor about you
  • A clean UK driving License with a access to a vehicle 5 days a week
  • Taking a personal interest in the learning of the pupil you'll be mentoring

If you feel like this role isn't quite suitable for you but you are interested in this type of work. Please take a look at our other roles or feel free to get in touch with me on my email at hope.joy-

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.

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