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Behaviour Mentor

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Job description

Your New Role

We are looking to appoint you to assist pupils at our partner school in the Cheshire East area as a Behaviour Mentor. As Behaviour Mentor, you will work directly with the school’s supportive Inclusion team who are committed to securing excellent progress for every student.

This full time behaviour mentor role will see you undertaking genuinely rewarding work such as one-to-one support with key pupils to develop their social skills, and small group interventions with a focus on helping pupils improve their behaviour to the point that they can integrate smoothly into the whole school community.

Your New School

The school is located close to the M6 and M56 in an area well serviced by public transport, so whether by road or rail, you will have no problem getting to work.

With a wide range of educational opportunities, both academic and extra-curricular, that prepare pupils for their future and open up their prospects for further development, your new school is an environment where you can truly make a difference. With your efforts, pupils will progress in this culturally diverse learning environment that strives to get the best for each and every person in its care.

What You Need

For this behaviour mentor role, you should be someone who has experience working within a school or education environment and is looking for a new challenge, or someone who has recently graduated and may be looking to gain some school-based experience before pursuing a career in education. In either case, you should have experience working as behaviour support.

It would also be advantageous for you to have a passion for education and supporting young people; for you to have a flexible working attitude; and for you to be willing to learn and undertake CPD courses.

The Essentials

  • Weekly pay through our PAYE scheme ranging from GBP1160 to GBP1400 per month
  • Regular CPD and training courses through Teaching Personnel
  • Highly rewarding job role

If you are interested in the role of working as a behaviour mentor, please register your interest by uploading your CV outlining your suitability

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. 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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