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Behaviour Mentor

Job description

A school in Manchester is looking for a Behaviour Mentor to join the support staff on a temporary basis. The role will focus on monitoring student(s) behaviour, working on both a group and 1:1 Basis when necessary. The position will involve:

  • Working with students to ensure that they are adhering to school policy, especially related to behaviour expectations in line with school policy.
  • Working with other members of staff, to highlight pupils requiring specific interventions related to behaviour.
  • Offering pastoral based feedback to subject leaders/senior staff, as well as being able to offer specific feedback based on student progress within a set subject.
  • Ensuring student’s are behaving as expected within the classroom, as well as around the school site.
  • Offering feedback to parents when necessary, working to create individual behaviour plans, which aim to incentivise pupils to behave in a consistent appropriate manner.

Applications are welcomed from those who have gained experience within the following roles:

  • Youth/Community setting – we welcome applications from those who have worked within this setting, providing that they have previously had to manage behaviour.
  • Sports Coaches.
  • Teaching Assistants/those who have worked previously within a support role are urged to apply.
  • Those who have worked with children who have SEN/as well as those who may often display challenging behaviours.

The position will commence in September 2020 (new academic year)

Pay - GBP275-350 per week. based on previous experience.

The school’s location in Manchester is just a short distance from the city centre. There are several public transport links within close proximity, as well as motorway links also close by. For further information please contact the Manchester South Secondary branch at Teaching Personnel.

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

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.

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