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Behaviour mentors and Youth Workers

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Job description

Behaviour mentors needed to work in our partner secondary schools in Tameside. We are looking for candidates to work in a secondary school setting supporting students who require a learning mentor role model figure to ensure they remain in mainstream education. Those from a youth work, coaching or social care background would be well suited to the position of a behaviour mentor.

We currently work with ten secondary schools throughout the borough of Tameside, providing support staff to work in mainstream classrooms and alternative provisions such as inclusion units. We have opportunities to wok on a part time, full time and temporary basis dependant on your situation and the schools needs.

As a behaviour/learning mentor you will be part of a special educational needs team that has weekly meetings and progress reviews, ensuring that students achieve expected levels of progress and are given the best opportunity in their education. You will need to have a strong personality, flexible attitude, resilience and clear passion to work with young people.

Highlights of the behaviour mentor role;

**Full time and part time roles available

**Weekly pay rates ranging form £275-£400 paid on a weekly basis

**Access to teaching personnel's CPD training academy

**Working with students on a 1:1 and small group basis

**Wide range of secondary schools to gain experience in

To be eligible for the role of a behaviour mentor you will need to provide suitable work based or educational references, have previous experience working in a youth work or care setting and be eligible to apply for a fully enhanced DBS certificate.

Please follow the link below and upload your CV to apply for the role of behaviour mentor or for more information please contact Rob at the Manchester Secondary Branch.

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.

Teaching Personnel is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided.

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