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Graduate Behaviour Mentor


Job ID: 6016017

Tameside, Greater Manchester, England
£465 - 520 per week

Job Type: Full Time


Graduate Behaviour Mentor

Are you a confident and compassionate individual, hoping to make a meaningful difference to the lives of secondary school students?

Have you recently graduated from a Top 30 or Russell Group University and are hoping to secure a long-term position within a secondary school?

Perhaps you’re considering kickstarting a career in education but would like to ‘test the water’ to see if teaching is for you?

A progressive 6 FE secondary school in Tameside hopes to attract a Graduate Behaviour Mentor to assist in supporting students for whom behaviour has become an issue. Confident candidates are required, sports or coaching backgrounds are welcomed, and any experience managing groups of children will be beneficial to the successful applicant. While some students at this secondary school struggle with their attitude to learning and ability to follow direction, there are no instances of violence, and the successful candidate will be trained on effective strategies and methods to manage behaviour.

If you think you have the skills to re-engage students who have developed barriers to learning within their behaviour, click ‘Apply Now’ or send your CV and Cover Letter to Andy at KPI Education for more details on this Graduate Behaviour Mentor vacancy now!

Graduate Behaviour Mentor role:

  • Support students in accessing their learning through behaviour management
  • Long-term, full time Graduate Behaviour Mentor role
  • Competitive earning potential of up to £520 per week
  • Tameside based
  • Provide 1:1 support to targeted learners
  • Work closely with the inclusion department to develop strategies
  • Extensive mentorship and training available
  • Kickstart a long-term career in education
  • Be a positive role model for secondary school students
  • Sociable working hours of 8:00-16:00, Monday to Friday
  • Car park available, 5 mins from M60 motorway
  • Gain valuable experience to pursue teaching, Educational Psychology etc
  • Assist students in developing their emotional and social skills, alongside academic success

As a Graduate Behaviour Mentor you will assist classroom leaders in managing behaviour to allow students to continue with their academic progress free of disruptions or barriers. You will work closely with an inspiring inclusion department, learning about the various triggers and strategies for reengagement specific to the targeted learners you work with. You will work closely with students on a 1:1 basis and use your natural confidence and charisma alongside a tailored and well-researched plan to re-ignite curiosity and academic inquiry.

This Graduate Behaviour Mentor role is geared towards one child in particular, who’s behaviour has become a problem to the point that they are not engaged in lessons whatsoever. A personable, confident candidate with strong social skills and emotional intelligence is required in order to build a personal relationship with this child – winning their trust and re-engaging them into the national curriculum. This Graduate Behaviour Mentor role offers the opportunity to gain invaluable, hands-on experience that can then be applied to a plethora of education-adjacent fields.

If you think you could make a positive impact as a Graduate Behaviour Mentor, click ‘Apply Now’ or send your CV and Cover Letter to Andy at KPI Education now!

Graduate Behaviour Mentor – Make a difference through care and compassion – Tameside Secondary School – Extensive CPD opportunities


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