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Behaviour Support Assistant - Chorley - Youth Work

Job description

Are you confident in supporting young people who display challenging behaviour?

Are you currently looking for a new role within support work and behaviour management?

If so, Teaching Personnel want to hear from youth workers, counsellors, sport coaches and support workers, who may be wanting to start a career in education.


  • Full time
  • Chorley
  • Behaviour support assistant
  • Secondary school
  • Earn up to £450 per week


The Deputy of a Secondary School in Chorley is looking for additional support for behaviour in school; this is due to a gap in staffing as the intake of students for the new academic year has been considerably higher.

Roles and responsibilities involved in this role may include:

  • Supporting students in small groups who display challenging behaviour and therefore, require more focused attention to progress academically.
  • Providing guidance and support inside and outside the classroom for pupils who have behavioural difficulties.
  • Working alongside senior teachers and reporting pupils' progress back to them on a regular progress.
  • Developing and delivering interventions for students at various levels of learning ability

The school is based in Chorley, with public transport links, such as the train station, extremely nearby.

If you are interested in the above role, please see further information below:

  • Full-time Behaviour Support Assistant role available from September 2019 until the end of the academic year, with the hopes of this being extended, depending on performance.
  • Experience with challenging behaviour is desirable however, our client school does provide excellent behaviour management therefore this is not desirable.
  • Earn up to £450 per week, depending on experience.
  • Supporting students aged 11-16.


For more information on this role, or for consideration then please call Emily in the Preston office on 01772 842 152 or email an up to date CV

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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