Graduate Behaviour Mentor
Are you a graduate who has passion for education and supporting children to shape their future?
Do you consider yourself to be a role model for pupils who need to build their self-esteem and start to believe?
Could you work with pupils from some of the most deprived areas, at risk of anti-social behaviour and exclusion, and help them make better decisions?
You could be a graduate of Psychology, Criminology or Youth or Social Work or have volunteered with community projects and understand young people. This role could really be for you!
Graduate Behaviour Mentor
- Graduate position starting ASAP
- Ideal role for a Psychology/Social work/Counselling graduate
- 2:1 or above degree essential
- Excellent school based experience
- Work Monday - Friday, school hours
- Paid up to £300 per week
- Fantastic Secondary School in Salford
Person Specification - Graduate behaviour mentor
This role would suit a determined and resilient graduate who has a passion and flare for working with young people. You must be able to build relationships with hard to reach and vulnerable students and liaise with parents, teachers and external professionals. We require someone with a 2:1 or above degree and a good academic background in order to support these pupils academically on occasion. Most of all you will have a passion for education and helping young people succeed in life.
About the role
This school is looking for a Behaviour Mentor that can engage with pupils on an individual and group basis. Fulfilling this role, you will be expected to prepare and deliver various activities to young people who demonstrate challenging behaviour. In addition to this, you will be monitoring students' attendance and behaviour, reporting back to senior staff to track progress. You will be working alongside experienced teachers who will guide you and provide excellent training.
This school is a state of art, popular secondary school located in Salford, Greater Manchester. The staff are passionate, driven and determined to ensure all students achieve the best possible start in life. Many of the pupils from this school come from low socio-economic backgrounds and need aspirational role models to work with. The school is passionate about inspiring this year's graduate cohort to become next year's trainee teachers.
If you think this could be you, please get in touch right away. Send your CV to Holly at i-teachers or call the office for a friendly chat.
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