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Behaviour Support Mentor

Job description

We are currently recruiting for a school looking for someone with previous experience working with young people with challenging behaviour and mental health issues. The school works with young people who are not currently in mainstream school, to help prepare them to either return to mainstream school or receive special provision.
Many of the children will suffer from social and emotional needs and have mental health issues. Due to the nature of the children's needs, candidates need to have a resilient and calm personality to help them to be adaptable when faced with a number of situations. Training or experience in both de-escalation and crisis management would be necessary in this role to ensure a safe and secure environment for both pupils and staff.
Candidates will also be required to support students with their personalised learning experiences, helping create a positive and enthusiastic environment for them to study their specialised curriculum.
This role would be perfect for someone looking for a challenge, but also for a very rewarding role making a difference to children's lives and education.

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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