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Aspiring Outreach Worker - Youth Worker

Employer
Academics Ltd
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
7 Jul 2022

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Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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Job Title: Aspiring Outreach Worker - Youth Justice Worker - Behaviour Mentor - LSA

Industry: Education and Training

Location: Epsom, Surrey

Salary: £70-£80 per day

Aspiring Outreach Worker - Youth Justice Worker - Behaviour Mentor - LSA - Mental Health

Learning Support Assistant - A role in a specialist provision for boys excluded from their mainstream education. A school with a real holistic and restorative focus, this LSA role is ideal if you need experience working with vulnerable children who have been subjected to severe trauma.

If you have had previous experience working with vulnerable children and adults, or experience with refugee charities (like Hestia for example), your skills could translate incredibly well into this LSA role. Having an understanding of humanities, the cultural and political issues and values that will have an impact upon boys who have social, emotional and mental health concerns would be of great value.

To work in mental health settings you need a huge amount of empathy, sincerity and emotional maturity. This LSA role will certainly build your empathy - there will be safeguarding concerns and issues to deal with this role almost every day - it's a case of understanding where the boys you are working with have come from.

This is a very challenging role and any experience working with charities like Hestia and Nacro would be of real interest. In this LSA role within a Pupil Referral Unit, you will see safeguarding issues and have to know how you will react in certain contexts. This will help and prepare you in aiding victims of the trauma of rape, sexual abuse or domestic slavery.

Specialist SEMH school/ Alternative Provision for 9-16 year old boys, excluded from their mainstream education.
Raising the attainment of students with SEMH, EBD, Autism and associated learning/behavioural needs
Opportunity to meet & work with specialist SEN Teachers, Behaviour Specialists and Educational Psychologists
Holistic approach, classes of 6-9 with a 1:1 and small seminar approach
£80 per day, Monday to Friday, 08:15 to 16:15, contract
Outstanding facilities and set up within the school, allowing for PE, Performing Arts, Hairdressing and Gaming
A focus on GSCE Maths and English to raise practical attainment - must have GCSEs in these subjects
A relevant degree in Psychology or Criminology is highly desirable
Working with likeminded graduates who will share your objectives, creating a positive, holistic atmosphere
This is the perfect career stepping stone for those that are aspiring to work with vulnerable young people those that are mental health advocates
You can apply by sending your CV via this advert or call Ben Mason on (phone number removed) for more detailsAspiring Outreach Worker - Youth Justice Worker - Behaviour Mentor - LSA - Mental Health
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