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Behaviour Support Assistant

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Job description

A co-educational secondary school situated in the Tameside area of Greater Manchester is currently seeking to appoint a Behaviour Support Assistant. This position will suit a confident, experienced individual who has suitable experience working with young adults exhibiting potential behavioural issues. The role will be working in a classroom setting with the opportunity to work 1 to 1 and in a small group setting with students that have been identified as requiring assistance with their learning and behaviour.

Individuals who have fulfilled the role of a Learning Mentor, Behaviour Mentor or Learning Support Assistant would be ideally placed to fulfil this assistant's position.

Highlights of this Behaviour Support role:

  • Full time Behaviour Support position, starting in October 2018
  • Pay ranging between £55 - £65 dependent on experience
  • Previous experience in a similar setting working with behaviour is essential

This school is a mixed school located in the Tameside area. The school has a reputation of being well run in the local area but given the diversity of students that attend, a behaviour support assistant is required to ensure school's policies are adhered to.

The school require a Behaviour Support Assistant that can engage with pupils on an individual basis ensuring that they stay within school and remain engaged with school life and work. Fulfilling this role, there will be an expectation to prepare and deliver various activities to groups in addition to monitoring students' behaviour in line with school policy. The successful Behaviour Support Assistant will be working alongside experienced teachers whilst providing the support the students required in order to allow their engagement and attainment to improve.

The school is situated in the heart of Tameside which is easily accessible via the M60 and the M67 motorway network. The school has excellent facilities as well as an internal Inclusion centre providing outstanding provisions for all students. As a Behaviour Support Assistant, building relationships with students should come naturally, acting as a positive role model; someone they look up to.

If you are interested in the role and would like to be considered, please send an updated CV or apply via the link below.

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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