Graduate Behaviour Mentor
Job ID: 5767398
Macclesfield, Cheshire, England
Job Type: Full Time
Graduate Behaviour Mentor
Are you a graduate in education or psychology and have a desire to pursue a career within the education sector?
Do you have experience working with children with behavioural issues and want to progress further?
Maybe you have a passion for working within an SEN setting and have been looking for the perfect opportunity to do so?
A fantastic school located in Macclesfield is looking to add a Graduate Behaviour Mentor to their well-established team to work with children dealing with behavioural issues throughout the school day…
- Graduate Behaviour Mentor
- Full-time, long-term role starting no later than January 2024
- Earn up to £430 per week as a Graduate Behaviour Mentor
- Work with children struggling with behavioural issues in the classroom
- Opportunity to experience a school-based role working with outstanding practitioners
- Work alongside class teachers, the SENCO and Senior Leadership Team
- Help children in a 1-to-1 setting overcome barriers
- School located in Macclesfield – staff parking available
- Interviewing immediately
This school believe in developing the whole child and their dedicated team of staff pride themselves in creating a supportive, happy and secure learning environment; providing pupils with the best opportunities possible, to achieve their potential.
As a Graduate Behaviour Mentor, you will play a crucial role in supporting students social and emotional development by providing guidance and support to children who struggle with behavioural issues that affect their school day. A Graduate Behaviour Mentor should be able to understand and relate to the emotions and experiences of students. Empathy is essential for building trust and rapport with individuals struggling with behaviour issues.
Other key attributes of a Graduate Teaching Assistant:
- To be attentive and responsive to students, giving them the opportunity to express themselves and feel heard.
- Dealing with behaviour issues can be challenging, and progress may be slow. Patience is key in working with students who may need time and consistent support to make positive changes.
- A behaviour mentor should exemplify positive behaviour and serve as a role model for students. Demonstrating appropriate social skills and behaviours helps create a positive learning environment.
- Every student is unique, and what works for one may not work for another. A behaviour mentor should be adaptable and willing to modify their approach to meet the individual needs of each student.
This school is located just a ten-minute commute from Macclesfield city centre, and is in a great location for public transport links across Cheshire. There is on-site parking, and the nearest train station is a short distance away. The school has specified learning spaces where you will be able to work with children as a Graduate Behaviour Mentor.
If you are ready to take the next step towards your ideal career as a Graduate Behaviour Mentor role, apply now and send your CV to KPI Education Cheshire.
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