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Behaviour Support Assistant

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Job description

Are you interested in supporting young people who are at risk of exclusion from school?

Do you have what it takes to build positive relationships and adapt in a challenging but rewarding environment as part of a supportive school team?

Have you ever thought about working in an Alternative Provision, PRU or Behaviour Support Unit?

If so then email Georgina from the Thames Valley Secondary branch with your updated CV and cover letter - I would love to hear from you!

We have amazing opportunities for behaviour support and academic support teaching assistants in a Secondary school based in Slough. They are looking for dedicated support assistants with a real passion to engage pupils back into learning and help them make better choices. Roles are to start from January 2020 (or sooner) and the school will be holding immediate formal interviews and trial days for successful applicants.

If you have experience or feel confident in at least 2 of the following bullet points please get in touch:

  • UK degree qualified and confident in academic support
  • Resilient and outgoing personality
  • Youth/Community work experience
  • Special Educational Needs experience
  • Residential support/care worker
  • Sports coaching
  • Team-Teach, MAPA or Positive Behaviour Support
  • Youth Offending Services (YOT)
  • Supporting NEET's
  • Mentoring
  • Teaching/Learning support Assistance
  • Pro active and hard working

Please make sure you include a short cover letter telling us why you feel you would be right to work in these environments. The more information you give us the more we tell our schools about you as all successful applicant CVs will be sent directly to the school to be shortlisted!

To discuss further, please email your CV along with a covering letter to Georgina.worthington@teachingpersonnel.com or alternatively call Georgina on 0118 3271556.

 

 

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