Do you have experience working with challenging behaviour in young people?
Are you interested in supporting young people following COVID-19 with their mental health and behaviour?
If so then we have the role for you!
Protocol Education is a leading education recruitment company helping support assistants and teachers find work within a range of SEN schools and we are currently looking for enthusiastic and motivated SEMH support assistants.
As a SEMH support assistant you will be responsible for supporting children both in small groups and on a 1:1 basis. You will be managing challenging behaviour in the classroom and may be required to run intervention activities and report to staff members on pupils with ongoing needs both socially and academically.
As a person you must:
- Be supportive, nurturing and kind
- Exhibit patience and compassion
- Have the ability to support children whilst maintaining authority in your role
- Some experience working in the SEND sector with emphasis on behavioural issues
Ideal candidates will have a background in:
- Learning Mentoring
- Prison officers
- Support workers/Residential care
- Graduates looking for a career in teaching
Please note. We undertake Safeguarding checks for all our workers in accordance with the DFE statutory guidance 'keeping children safe in education'. As part of these checks we require a current Enhanced DBS disclosure form for everyone working in schools. If you do not have a valid subscription to the DBS update service, we will require you to complete a new DBS application as part of the registration process which costs £40.00.
Protocol Education can offer you the following:
- Flexible working
- Short term, Long term and Permanent placements
- Excellent rates of pay
- Support throughout all placements
- Eligibility to take part in free training days run by Protocol
- Commitment to finding you the right school and opportunity
If you require any further information please contact Enya on 0191 279 7270 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are open from 7:00am until 6:30pm during term time.
We look forward to hearing from you!