Graduate Behaviour Mentor in Kilburn - Ribbons & Reeves

Job Overview

Kilburn, England
Job Type
Full Time
£450 - £450 Per Day
Date Posted
2 days ago

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Job Description

Behaviour Mentor (Mental Health Support)

The experience expected from applicants, as well as additional skills and qualifications needed for this job are listed below.
Are you looking for a rewarding and purposeful job where you can positively impact the lives of young people with Social, Emotional and Mental Health difficulties?
Perhaps you are an aspiring Educational Psychologist or School Counsellor looking to gain practical experience prior to going on to complete a Masters, Doctorate or Post Graduate qualification?
This Behaviour Mentor role is designed to strengthen the school’s support for students to help them achieve their full potential at school. You will assist the school’s Pastoral team in dealing with incidents of inappropriate behaviour or where students need more emotional support.
Behaviour Mentor | Job Summary
- Initial 1-Year contract commencing ASAP until July 2023
- £400 per week, paid on a PAYE basis
- Working with 11-16 year olds with Complex SEN needs
- Helping to promote positive behaviour in school
- Permanent contracts available from September 2023 (or before)
Behaviour Mentor | Job Description
- Providing classroom support to 11-16 year olds with complex needs, ADHD and Severe Social Anxieties.
- Planning, preparing and delivering learning activities for individuals and groups of students.
- Monitoring pupils and assessing, recording and reporting on pupil achievement, progress and development.
- Building core skills and supporting a strong knowledge base through a tailored approach to the individual needs of the pupils.
- Working within a high staff to pupil ratio to enable an individualized approach to learning.
- Developing and maintaining positive relationships with parents, carers and family.
In this Behaviour Mentor role you will provide pastoral support to pupils, providing advice and guidance and implementing agreed plans to encourage learning and overcome barriers to learning. Works with students in school who are experiencing complex emotionally demanding situations due to outside influences, requiring sensitivity.
This Behaviour Mentor role will require a motivated, determined, resilient and dedicated individual who is ready to fully embrace challenge and who approaches set-backs with a positive, can-do attitude. Previous experience working within the Mental Health field will be advantageous.
Take the opportunity to secure a Behaviour Mentor role where you will build the self-esteem, self-worth, independence and confidence of children who have distressing and above average levels of emotional stress.
Get in contact with Ribbons & Reeves today if this Behaviour Mentor role sounds like exactly the type of role you have been looking for.
Ribbons & Reeves are a leading long-term and permanent Education Recruiter. We specialise in helping educators of all levels secure long-term and permanent roles, such as this Behaviour Mentor role in Brent. For other roles like this, check out our website, search ‘Ribbons & Reeves’. We look forward to supporting you in your application to this Behaviour Mentor role.
Behaviour Mentor (Mental Health Support)


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