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Inclusion Mentor

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A Bolton based Academy is seeking an ambitious inclusion mentor to join their alternate provisions on a full time basis, starting immediately.

The Head of Inclusion (SENCO) wishes to appoint a resilient, skilled and empathetic inclusion mentor to join their welcoming staff team, with a genuine passion to making a difference to the lives of their pupils. If you are seeking an exciting opportunity to work with hard to reach young people, please see the details below for further information.

-          Full time Inclusion Mentor required immediately.

-          Must have previous experience working with hard to reach young people to be considered due to the sensitive nature of the role.

-          Opportunity to work within a welcoming Academy and highly successful support department.

-          Earn up to GBP325 per week.

The alternate provisions in place at the Academy  boasts a team of trained teaching assistants, behaviour mentors and learning support assistants who work under the guidance of the SENCO and SLT. The role of the incoming inclusion mentor across the Academy is to promote the teaching, learning and welfare of young people; supporting the success and achievement across all subjects and experiences. Your responsibilities will include working with identified pupils across Key Stages 3 and 4, as directed by the SENCO. You may also be responsible for supporting pupils on a 1:1 and small group basis.

Located on the border between Bolton and Salford the Academy serves just over 500 pupils aged 11-16. The Academy can easily be accessed via the M61 motorway and the surrounding areas; Bury, Salford and Wigan. There is also numerous public transport links readily available with access across Greater Manchester.

For immediate consideration please send an up to date CV highlighting all experience via the links provided below. Alternatively, call the Manchester Secondary Office for further information.

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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