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Aspiring Youth Justice Officer Oxford

Employer
ACADEMICS
Location
East London, UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
26 Oct 2020

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Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
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Aspiring Youth Justice Officer Oxford - Education and Training - October 5th 2020 - Aspiring Youth Justice Officer Oxford - LSA role with an Immediate start

If you have had experience in a support work setting or aiding those in recovery, this LSA role in Oxford could be an outstanding opportunity to gain further experience.

How have the current events and context in the UK changed the way you feel about Criminology, Criminal and Youth Justice? This Graduate LSA role will give you the opportunity to work with students, all boys, aged 9-16, in a Social, Emotional and Mental Health context. A holistic approach will be employed in this school; therapy plays a large part in the rehabilitation of the boys.

Understanding the dichotomies, diversity and cultural effects on mental health in an area like Oxford, is vital to being able to have the stoic and durability nature to thrive in this role. Maintaining behaviour of the students, where possible and raising academic achievement, can be difficult. You have to understand the mental health issues that will have caused the students to be excluded, in the first place.

This is a LSA role where you will be working with some very vulnerable children, displaying many different types of behaviour. Some will be incredibly charismatic, yet, confrontational. It is listening and understanding their POV.

Aspiring Youth Justice Officer Oxford - Using your sincerity within a Mental Health setting.

***There is Outstanding Leadership and Education and Training in place giving you every chance to raise attainment

***School of 80 plus students, intimate education SEMH environment

***Goal of raiding academic attainment and emotional maturity, understanding the traumas that students have been through

***Working 1:1 with at least pupils with varying degrees of SEN from Mild Learning Difficulties to Severe Autism.

***Ideal preparation to understand young adults and children, taking this into a career within Youth Justice or Criminal Justice

***Blended GSCE curriculum, BTEC subjects also offered

***Some of the students you will be working with, will be in the early stages of rehabilitation

***Ideal role for an aspiring Clinical Psychologist or SEN Teacher

***Education and Training provided, exceptional CPD. References provided for you to get onto MSc/Research project/PHD

***£80 per day, 5 days a week, Monday to Friday, 8.15 to 16.15

***Opportunity to work with and network with an array of specialist Educators and therapists

***Education and Training provided online and in house training

-Fantastic CPD provided by teachers and tutors, ideal for when you start a MSc or research project

-You will be working with likeminded Criminology and Psychology Graduates, all with similar goals and objectives

-Opportunity to interview and spend the day in the school, seeing how the SEN department operates

-9-16 adults, taking them through subjects, exams and vocations. Wonderful facilities, diverse range of learning aids

-Working with different pupils, ages and at different stages of their learning

Aspiring Youth Justice Officer Oxford - Education and Training - October 5th 2020 - Aspiring Youth Justice Officer Oxford - LSA role with an Immediate start
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