Intervention/Behaviour Specialist- KS3/KS4

Location: Redcar and Cleveland
Job Type: Supply Teaching
Industry: Secondary Support
Reference: PE11253183
Salary: £60 - £75 per day
Job Published: 28 days ago
Behaviour intervention specialist

Are you passionate about the emotional growth of children with SEND? Do you want to make a difference in a disadvantaged child's life? Then Protocol Education have a job for you! I am working with a school who is part of a large multi academy trust in Middlesbrough. Due to the gap in learning due to covid support staff are needed to support students to re-engage back into learning. This will both academically and emotionally. Prior experience of working with students with SEMH would be beneficial to this role.

The role:
• Working closely in a 1-1 environment and small groups to support behavioural issues
• Encouraging positive behaviours, detecting areas of intervention and negotiating improvement strategies
• Demonstrating understanding and commitment to the improvement of students

The school:
• Works holistically with students, parents and other schools to provide the best support network for their students
• Provides free training to support Continued Professional Development
• Profiles every SEND student for their individual needs to aid teachers and support staff in aiding in their personal development
• Has a teaching area dedicated to specialist teaching for students with lower-level learning abilities
• extra-curriculars and enrichment groups
• Dedicates extra time including after-school and Saturdays to extra-curricular groups, enrichment and interventions

The ideal candidate must have:
• A passion for working closely with SEND students to achieve their personal goals and behaviours
• A valid and current DBS check or willing to complete one
• Experience working with SEND students
• Worked as a behaviour specialist or in intervention support

The ideal candidate may have:
• A psychology or relevant University degree
• Experience working 1-1 with children and in small group capacity
• Experience supporting students with SEND