121 Behavioural Support Specialist
Job DescriptionBehaviour Buddies we need you Do you think of yourself as enthusiastic and passionate whilst also having the ability to maintain strict professionalism? Can you be a role model to students who may at times find it difficult to concentrate and stay on task? If this sounds like you then please read on
An exciting opportunity has become available in one of our Newcastle based schools, starting mid November. The school are looking for a qualified Learning Support Assistant to work with a KS1 child with moderate behavioural difficulties.
Your role of behaviour buddy will be to support and encourage students whilst helping them to focus on classroom based tasks. You will also need to be vigilant and keep on top of outbursts and disruptions. Your role is primarily of benefit to the student you are working with but will provide respite to the class teacher, so consistent behaviour strategies will need to be a constant.
Applicants must have experience working in an educational setting and must have experience working with children with challenging behaviours. The role is initially until Christmas, but the school may be extended until the summer with a chance of the role becoming permanent.
You must have:
A Relevant qualification in support (Level 2 or 3)
Experience working in schools or educational settings (Preferred)
An ability to work confidently with children, with a professional approach
A valid DBS (Can apply if needed)
Eligibility to work in the UK
Here at Protocol Education we like to look after our teachers and support staff, giving very competitive rates of pay and ongoing CPD.
Over minimum wage at 9.25 an hour
An experienced personal consultant to help guide you through the entire recruitment process, from planned travel to interview tips
A recommend a friend scheme that could earn you 250
If you are interested in this role or any others we have available then please register on our website www.protocol-education.com
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