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Behaviour Mentor

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Behaviour Support Vacancy in Rochdale

"Our support team is expanding and due to this we wish to appoint a Behaviour Mentor to join our team in the new academic year. The successful Behaviour Mentor will work with identified pupils across Key Stage Three and GCSE, monitoring behaviour and implementing strategies to improve behaviour across the cohort with the support of the SENCO and Inclusion Manager" - Head Teacher.

There is currently an open vacancy for a Behaviour Support teaching assistant to join the Department at a large school in Rochdale. This job will involve working on a 1:1 basis as well as in groups with pupils who are close to being permanently excluded from permanent exclusion. This is a very rewarding role and would suit anybody who has experience working in a similar role, either in a secondary school or helping young people with behaviour or SEMH issues.

  • Weekly pay of up to £300, dependent on experience.
  • Working in a modern, well established school in the Rochdale area.
  • Rewarding role working as mentors to pupils with behaviour issues.
  • Get paid while gaining experience in a secondary school environment.
  • Part time and full time hours available.

Our client school is a very successful large mixed school In Rochdale where all of the community are valued and all achievements are celebrated. Being an international school and a centre of excellence for languages in Greater Manchester. It has an enviable and growing reputation, both locally and nationally, as a high achieving school. the school is a short distance from Rochdale infirmary and close to major transport links from the city centre, including Rochdale railway station and Rochdale interchange

If the role of a behaviour support worker is of interest to you then please get in touch with us at Teaching Personnel right away. Apply directly with the link provided with a cover letter and a recent CV and we will call you back for a further discussion.

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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