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Youth Mentor

Job description

Do you wish to pursue a career supporting hard to reach young people and help them overcome barriers to teaching and learning? Are you a qualified youth mentor and looking to make a transition into working in secondary education?

If so, please see the details below for this exciting youth mentor role our client Secondary school is recruiting for, due to a restructure within the support provisions. The school wishes to appoint a youth mentor to support identified students on a 1:1 basis to ensure the students are not temporarily or permanently excluded from the school and can continue to be educated to a high standard.

- Earn up to £325 per week, paid on supply initially with a view to a contract

- Working on a one-to-one basis ensuring learners are engaged during lessons

- Supporting independent learning within the inclusion unit

- Gain valuable practical experience for those looking to transition into working in SEN provisions

- Commencing September 2019.

Bury is accessible via the M60/M66 as well as the surrounding areas; Bolton, Rochdale, and Preston. There are also various public transport options with links throughout Greater Manchester. Our client school is a large, modern Secondary in Bury, bordering the area of neighbouring Bolton.

The school was newly refurbished and boasts outstanding facilities for students and staff, who can benefit from excellent provisions for learning, including state of the art IT resources. The school currently has over 1000 students enrol, and is oversubscribed for the current Year 7 cohort, which can be attributed to the consistently improving standards of teaching and learning throughout. The school has an internal inclusion unit, in which students who regularly display challenging behaviour can be supported by a pastoral care team and able to learn at the same pace as their peers.

If you would like to register your interest and gain further information on this position, please call the number provided. For youth work mentors wishing to apply, please send an up to date cv highlighting all experience via the links provided below or contact the Manchester West Secondary Office directly.

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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