Behaviour Mentor – Secondary School Experience


Category: Graduate TAs / School Support Staff | Reference: ITEACH-27767
Location: Leeds, Yorkshire and the Humber LS10 UK
Job Type: Contract
Immediate Start: Yes
Salary £300 to £325 per Week

Behaviour Mentor – Secondary School Experience

Secondary School

Leeds LS10

Are you a recent Psychology, Educational Studies or Counselling graduate looking for the opportunity to work inside of a challenging secondary school utilising your degree subject knowledge as a Behaviour Mentor?

Do you want the opportunity to work alongside experienced and supportive SEN staff members providing excellent academic and emotional support to students with additional behavioural needs?

Would you benefit from a rewarding school based teaching experience working with behaviourally challenged students before the possible progression into a teacher training scheme or alternatively a Psychologist route?

An inclusive and supportive secondary school in the Leeds area is looking to find a passionate and motivated Psychology related degree graduate with the ability to support both academically and emotionally a student with additional behavioural needs.

If you are interested in this rewarding Behaviour Mentor position then please apply on this page by attaching your CV today!

Information about the role:

  • Working under an inspirational SENCO
  • Supporting behaviourally challenged students both academically and emotionally
  • Organising and conducting 1:1 sessions structured around students needs
  • Opportunity to work alongside experienced and supportive SEN department
  • Gain valuable SEN teaching experience
  • Paid £300-£325 per week, term time only as Behaviour Mentor
  • Immediate Start as Behaviour Mentor

Information about the school:

  • Supportive and inclusive secondary school environment
  • Ambitious Senior Leadership Team
  • Inspirational SENCO
  • Experienced and supportive SEN department
  • Keen to offer graduates the chance to gain teaching experience

Role Requirements:

  • Minimum 2:1 Psychology, Educational Studies or Counselling graduate
  • Ability to support behaviourally challenged students
  • Extensive subject knowledge
  • Intent on progressing in teaching
  • Patient and understanding teacher

If you are keen to take the next step in your teaching career supporting behaviourally challenged students both academically and emotionally, Click APPLY NOW or contact Amy at i-teachers for a friendly chat and more information about the role!

Posted On: 25/02/2019
Recruiter: i-teachers

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