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Behaviour Support - Oldham - September 2018

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Behaviour Support - Oldham - September 2018

On behalf of our client school we are currently seeking 2 Behaviour Support Teaching Assistants to join at the school in September, working on a full time basis assisting in the mentoring and development of 2 students who are on the verge of being permanently excluded from mainstream education.

This is a very rewarding role and requires a very resilient individual with exceptional interpersonal skills. Previous experience as a Behaviour Support Teaching Assistant in a secondary school environment would be preferred, however we would consider applications from individuals with similar work experience, such as working for any outreach programmes or similar support based roles assisting troubled individuals in the community, or working with people who show antisocial behaviour.

Job highlights as a Behaviour Support Teaching Assistant in Oldham:

  • Supporting pupils and helping them develop solutions to any behavioural issues they may have, through 1:1 assistance as well as group work within and outside of the classroom
  • Monitoring and tracking behaviour and progress of pupils, feeding back to teachers, SENCO as well as parents to help develop future plans
  • Developing innovative techniques to encourage greater participation within classrooms, helping to improve behaviour in and outside of class

Our client school in Oldham require 2 additional support workers to start in September, and will be joining a department with strong support measures in place, as well as excellent facilities in the school, ensuring a pleasant working environment with exceptional development opportunities. The school is located close to major transport links from the city centre and is a short drive from the Hollinwood junction off the M60 ring road. The school is a large, mixed secondary school with strong links to the local community, which was recently voted one of the most improved schools in the country. Due to recent financial investments, student and staff can benefit from outstanding provisions for learning and state of the art facilities throughout.

If the role of a Behaviour Support Teaching Assistant is of interest of you, and you live in a commutable distance to the Oldham area, then please get in contact with us at the Manchester North Secondary branch of teaching personnel today. Alternatively please reply to this advert with an up to date copy of your CV and a cover letter to discuss this position or any other opportunities we may have available to you.

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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