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Behaviour mentor

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Job description

Full time Behaviour Mentor required immediately for a Salford Secondary school till the end of the academic year.

Due to an increased demand for support with several identified pupils this Salford based Secondary school is seeking to appoint a resilient behaviour mentor to work within their school.

  • Full-time temporary Behaviour Mentor required immediately.
  • Experience working with young people who display challenging/disruptive behaviour is essential to be considered for this role.
  • SEN/SEMH experience is highly desirable with access to various CPD training programmes.
  • Earn up to £1300 a month, dependant upon experience.

This larger than average Secondary school is a key part of the local community, due to their dedicated commitment towards the development of their pupils. With the recent restructure within the staff team the school has created an atmosphere of inclusive practice, zero tolerance behaviour policies and a greater emphasis on the progression of their pupils.

The incoming Behaviour Mentor will be required to;

  • The ability to effectively manage challenging behaviour in different environments
  • The ability to quickly build rapport with students and ensure focused learning takes place
  • Previous experience supporting challenging behaviour in an educational capacity

Located in Salford the school can easily be accessed via the M60/A580 (East Lancashire Road) and the surrounding areas; Bury, Bolton and Wigan. There are also numerous public transport options available locally to school with links across Greater Manchester's

If you wish to be considered for this Behaviour Mentor role then please forward an up to date CV via the links provided below or contact the Manchester Secondary Branch for further information.

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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