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Behaviour Support Worker

Job description

I am currently recruiting Behaviour Support Workers to work in a good school in Scarborough from September 2019. The ideal Behaviour Support Worker will have experience in an educational environment, or working with young adults, whether as a Youth Worker, Support Worker, Intervention Teacher, Sports Coach, Teaching Assistant, etc.

The ideal candidate will have a passion for helping young people achieve outcomes and be committed to delivering a high quality service. You will be a highly organised individual, experienced in working in a semi-independent provision, assisting young adults aged 11-16 years old. You must also be comfortable "lone working", and have a calm and resilient nature.

Key Responsibilities include:

  • To deliver the work provided by the school and work through assignment with the young adults
  • To provide emotional support to the young adults
  • To act as a positive influence encouraging responsible behaviour and self-reliance
  • To communicate effectively with all professionals involved with the care of the young people
  • To write reports, updating the school about the young person's activities for the week/month

Rates of pay will depend on your qualifications, your experience and on the type of role (lone-working or classroom assistance).

Please do not hesitate to contact Eli Stokes in branch for further information, or send your most up-to-date CV by following the link on this page.

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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