Edustaff are currently recruiting Graduate Behaviour Mentors in Bury St Edmunds!
Do you want to kick-start your career in an educational environment that caters for disadvantaged teenagers?
Are you a graduate looking to work with young people with additional needs/challenging behaviour?
Do you feel that all children, regardless of their background, should have an equal opportunity to gain a first-class education?
Here at Edustaff, we support graduates to find long-term, full-time education-based roles where you can support, motivate and positively impact the education of children and young adults who are disengaged with education.
• Graduate Behaviour Mentor
• Secondary School based in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
• Long-term, Full-time role until the end of the academic year
• You must hold at least a 2.2 classification in a degree related to Psychology, Sociology, Criminology, Child Development or Education Studies
• Supporting 11-16-year-old students with SEN, Social & Emotional and behavioural difficulties
• £65-£70 per day as a Graduate Behaviour Mentor
• Must have previous paid or voluntary experience working with children or young adults
• Interview and role commencing immediately
A Behaviour Mentor is a tailored intervention role that benefits the mainstream and SEN schools we work in partnership with. It has been designed to help pupils with behavioural problems to reach their full potential. As a Behaviour Mentor, your role will be helping challenging students overcome their behavioural issues, whilst acting as a positive role model and someone to look up to. If you have the experience, skills and the ability to think on your feet and stay calm whilst dealing with challenging situations, you would be very well suited to this Behaviour Mentor role.
We are looking for a Behaviour Mentor who has achieved a 2:2 classification or higher in their degree and are now looking to pursue a career in the education sector. The successful candidate for this Behaviour Mentor position will have experience working with young people and/or challenging behaviour. Experience in the following would certainly benefit your application: Youth Work, Sports coaching or Ex-Army.
Click 'Apply Now' and send your CV and covering letter to Matt Burgum at Edustaff if you feel your academic background and personality is well suited to this Graduate Behaviour Mentors.
Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful Behaviour Mentor applicants will be contacted.