Behaviour Mentor – Graduate Role

Category: Graduate TAs / School Support Staff | Reference: ITEACH-54082
Location: Croydon, Croydon CR4 UK
Job Type: Contract
Immediate Start: Yes
Salary £375 to £450 per Week

Are you a recent graduate looking for a new challenge in a fantastic alternative provision school?

Would you like the chance to work with primary and secondary ages?

Could you cope with challenging behaviour and act as a good role model to vulnerable students?

Do you have a patient, engaging, and attentive personality? If so, your energy and passion could be exactly what this school is looking for!

Click ‘apply’ immediately on this page to send your C.V to Hollie at i-teachers and register your interest in our Behaviour Mentor – Graduate Role.

Job Description

Behaviour Mentor – Graduate Role

  • Working with a variety of students with complex needs e.g. Downs Syndrome, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Speech, Language and Communication difficulties, ADHD, and Physical disabilities.
  • Help students to become as independent as possible and to reach their full potential
  • Follow the curriculum and support pupils with their individual needs
  • Support the teacher with alternative education preparation and delivery of lessons
  • Support students with transitioning from different activities e.g changing classroom, school trips, and arrival/home time.
  • Long-term role, no daily supply
  • £375-450 per week (term-time only)

School Description

Behaviour Mentor – Graduate Role

  • Merton, CR4 area (with great transport links!)
  • World-class facilities
  • Inclusive SEN school that supports students in becoming as independent as possible
  • Experienced staff who are committed to providing alternative education for SEMH/SEN students
  • Supportive SLT who cares passionately about all children and staff
  • Long-term role, no daily supply

Person Specification

Behaviour Mentor – Graduate Role

  • Must be a graduate
  • Be able to deal with challenging behaviour
  • 2:1 or above (Psychology degree would be advantageous)
  • Experience working with SEN/SEMH students or in another relevant setting e.g. Health and Social care
  • Aspirations to become a Teacher/Educational psychologist
  • Patient, engaging, and attentive personality

If you would love the opportunity to work in this unique and rewarding environment, click apply TODAY and Hollie will be in touch!

Posted On: 22/11/2021
Recruiter: i-teachers

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    Hollie Glossop