Behaviour Support Mentor Graduate Secondary School
|Salary||GBP£300 - £325 per week|
Secondary School- Behaviour Support Mentor – Leeds Secondary School – Graduate role – LS11
Have you recently graduated with a core degree and have an interest in supporting young people with SEN or SEMH needs in a mentoring role?
Got experience working with vulnerable children or young people with SEN or behavioural needs and want to apply it to a secondary school support role?
Would you like to work with secondary school positives, supporting pupils with behavioural issues, in a 1:1 mentor role?
This school in the heart of Leeds is looking for an enthusiastic and inspirational Behaviour Support Mentor with a passion for children's development in learning and the ability to enthuse and engage students to join our school.
Secondary SEN/Behaviour Support Mentor
- Ideal for recent graduate
- Strong degree and A Levels required
- Great experience prior to further training
- Can lead to teacher training, social work or educational psychology
- Support and training provided by the school
- Central Leeds location – easy access to public transport
- Earn up to £325 per week
We are looking for a determined, hard-working behaviour support mentor who can work at a successful, fast paced school. The school is well-resourced and has a fantastic atmosphere. The successful candidate needs to have previous experience in a mentoring role, one to one, group work and classroom support. Due to the additional needs of the pupils, you will need to have prior experience from placements or other roles where you have supported young people with SEN or emotional and behavioural needs. You will be required to liaise with parents and other services, and therefore will need to be an effective communicator. You will have recently completed a core undergraduate degree, with sound subject knowledge and strong literacy and numeracy skills to be able to fully support the pupil.
The job role consists of behaviour management, numeracy/literacy support, pastoral care, delivering a range of activities and liaising with families. There will be opportunity to grow and develop, with training and guidance offered by the school’s SENCO and lead inclusion practitioner. There will be other Behaviour Support Mentors in school, so you will have a cohort to share your experiences and ideas with.
If a Behaviour Support Mentor role sounds interesting to you, get in touch and send your CV to Amy at i-teachers today, it could be the ideal stepping stone for your future career in education!