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Youth Worker - Behaviour Support (PERMANENT)

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Job description

Are you looking for a role where you can make a difference daily? Would you like to give disadvantaged students the support that others haven't been able to provide? Would you like to work in Education but not sure where to start?

Teaching Personnel are currently working with a school in Wakefield (WF1), that provides education to students that have been excluded from mainstream schools. Their age ranges from Key Stage 2-4 and the role is full time and ongoing with the opportunity for the candidate to accept a permanent role directly with the school after a successful internal interview.

The students tend to have Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs which lead to issues such as absconding, disengagement and challenging behaviour. These students require extra, tailored support in a small groups or 1:1 settings to help them to achieve their personal, social and academic goals. The students sometimes come from disadvantaged backgrounds and deprived areas or may be Looked After (in Foster Care) and we are looking for candidates that can manage difficult conversations and behaviour well and have a resilient and calming nature.

If you have experience in any of the following we urge you to get in touch:

  • Behaviour
  • Youth Offending
  • Security
  • Sports
  • Psychology
  • Mental Health
  • Residential Support
  • Care Work
  • Special Needs
  • Team Teach/MAPA (or equivalent)
  • Youth Work
  • Inclusion Support
  • Pastoral Care

The benefits of working for Teaching Personnel are:

  • Ongoing training and CPD
  • The opportunity to work with an Ofsted graded 'Outstanding' agency
  • A chance to go onto a permanent contract with a school that you love
  • Flexible working hours, weekends off and great rates of pay!

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.

Teaching Personnel is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided.

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