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Secondary Behaviour Support Assistant

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Are you a passionate, confident person dedicated to improving the lives of young people with SEND?

A local provision in Middlesbrough are seeking to recruit a full time Behaviour Support Assistant to work with students with social emotional and mental health (SEMH) difficulties on a full time basis, to commence as soon as possible until the end of the academic year. The successful candidate will be working with vulnerable young people to help them turn their lives around; you will be working with the support of an extensive professional team of staff. The children in the provision display extremely challenging behaviour, so the successful candidate will be confident in approaching this. The client school welcomes applications from a variety of backgrounds including those from youth work or army/military, experience working with SEMH is extremely desirable.

You will be helping pupils to work towards formal qualifications so an enthusiastic and proactive behaviour support assistant with a desire for working with young people is required, you do not need a teaching assistant qualification for this role although it may be useful. You must be a strong role model, motivated and dedicated to providing outstanding support to students and passionate making a real difference!

Registering with Teaching Personnel will also provide you with access to unique CPD opportunities to increase your qualifications and knowledge of the field. We have an upcoming Team Teach training course which will highly benefit you in this role. You will be supported by a specialist team of SEN recruitment consultants with education backgrounds, who are well placed to enrol you onto your desired courses.

Teaching Personnel can offer behaviour support assistant's competitive pay rates of up to £65 per day. If you are interested in registering to work through Teaching Personnel, to gain full time or part time work or to gain SEN experience please call us today for a confidential chat to hear more.

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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