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Behaviour Mentor

  • Location: Doncaster
  • Start date: 07 Mar 2019
  • Category: Secondary
  • Job reference: BEHDON
  • Branch: Sheffield Secondary SEND
  • Consultant: Tom Christie
  • Call: 0114 252 1975
Job description
Behaviour Mentor

Are you a confident, resilient and patient graduate looking for a rewarding Behaviour Mentor role within a school from 2019?
Perhaps you are thinking about applying for teacher training but feel that you need some additional classroom experience first?
Maybe you have aspirations of becoming an Educational Psychologist in the future but need to build up experience of working with vulnerable children/young adults first?

Whatever the motivation, if you have the ability to inspire others and are passionate about making a positive difference to the lives of children, we would love to hear from you today!

Our client is currently looking for Graduate Behaviour Mentors to work with schools in Doncaster and the surrounding areas such as Rotherham and Barnsley. You must be educated to GCSE level and have a patient personality, a positive outlook and a desire to give children the best possible start to their careers in education.

Do you have a degree and experience in any of the following?

* Youth Work
* Sports Coaching
* Ex-Army
* Music Production
* The Arts
* Challenging behaviour
* Youth offending

A Behaviour Mentor is a tailored intervention role that benefits the mainstream and SEN schools we work with. It has been designed to help pupils with behavioural problems to reach their full potential. As a behaviour mentor, your role will be helping challenging students overcome their behavioural issues, whilst acting as a role model and someone to look up to. Should you have the ability to think on your feet and stay calm whilst dealing with challenging situations, you would be very well suited to this role!

A Behaviour Mentor works on a full-time basis supporting student behaviour and learning inside and outside of the class. This is primarily a class-based position however it is very likely you will also deliver 1:1 intervention sessions at some stage in order to maintain the progress of student behaviour and learning.

If this sounds like the type of role that would be of interest to you then please get in contact for more information and we can discuss your skills and experience for this position. If you know anyone that may also be interested in this position then get in touch and you may be eligible for up to £250 referral fee! Email tom.christie@protocol-education.com
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