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Behaviour Support Assistant

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Job description

Teaching Personnel are working in partnership with a large RC Secondary school and Sixth form in Salford. Due to an increase in the percentage of pupils with Education Health Care Plans (EHCP's) this academic year, the school wish to appoint a team of Behaviour Support Assistants to work within their on-site Alternative Provision.

Behaviour Support Assistant - the role:

  • Full time position supporting identified pupils who display challenging behaviour during the school day.
  • Working alongside class teachers and the SEN Co-Ordinator to manage and promote positive behaviour.
  • Delivering small group activities with pupils in KS3 and KS4 outside of full lessons with guidance from class teachers.

"Our Support Team wish to appoint a team of experienced Behaviour Support Assistants to work with small groups of identified pupils across Key Stage Three and Key Stage Four. We are accepting applications from Youth Workers, experienced Mentors and Graduates with experience working with challenging behaviours. This position will be commencing with immediate effect, and will be available until the end of the academic year." SENCO

The successful team of Behaviour Support Assistants will have access to consistent CPD training through the school and full support from the well established support team. Other benefits of this position include;

  • Weekly pay of up to £350 per week
  • Opportunities to build experience within a Secondary school setting
  • Chance to bolster applications for future teacher training programmes
  • Guarantee of full time work until July 2018 initially

Our partner Secondary school is located in the Swinton area of Salford and can be easily accessed via the A580 (East Lancashire Road). The school pride themselves on their determination to ensure all pupils are able to excel within education and that every child has access to the support they require during the school day.

With 1,300 pupils on roll, the school is larger than average and accommodates a large team of Support Assistants. The successful Behaviour Support Assistants will join a successful team and will have the opportunity to secure a fixed term position following the initial success of the first period.

To register interest for this Behaviour Support Assistant position, please contact the Manchester West Secondary Office via the contact details below. CV's must be submitted to Nicola Pollitt at the earliest convenience for immediate consideration.

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.

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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