Graduate Behaviour Support Mentor
Are you a recent graduate with a minimum 2:1 degree in psychology/sport or a core subject who is considering a career in secondary education?
Do you have previous experience working with young people, perhaps in a tutoring or mentoring capacity?
Maybe you would benefit from paid work experience for the full academic year in a supportive secondary school before taking the decision to begin a teaching qualification in 2021?
If you have a passion for supporting pupils and helping them be the best version of themselves, apply now for this Behaviour Support Mentor role!
The ideal candidate for this Behaviour Support Mentor role will need to demonstrate a supportive and enthusiastic nature combined with a real passion for education. You must have graduated with a minimum 2:1 in your degree and have a strong academic background (A-Levels and GCSEs). Prior experience working with young people and managing challenging behaviour people would be highly beneficial!
The role would require you to work specifically with pupils who require 1:1 and small group support with behaviour needs, to ensure they achieve their full potential. Your expert subject knowledge will come in handy as you may also be able to deliver high quality interventions in your chosen subject.
Located in Manchester, this secondary school is situated close to local public transport links allowing easy access to the school.
Interviews will be held ASAP, so please send your CV as soon a possible to Holly at i-teachers.
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