Secondary Behaviour Mentor

Birmingham, West Midlands
Negotiable
Education
Full Time

Secondary Behaviour Mentor

Aston, Birmingham

£83.33 – £100 daily (Depending on experience)

Full-Time 8:30am-3:30pm

We are proud to partner with a secondary alternative provision in Birmingham, seeking out a passionate behaviour mentor. While a qualified behaviour mentor is not necessary, applicants must have some experience working with challenging behaviour.

You will be expected to support the educational journey of students with challenging behaviour and collaborate with teachers to decide the best course of action for the student.

To be considered for this role, you must be resilient and hands on in your approach. Don’t miss this opportunity to make a difference – apply now and begin a rewarding teaching journey with us.

What actually is the role?

You would be working as a behaviour mentor in an alternative provision based just outside of the City Centre in Aston. The school caters to students who struggle to access secondary education, with the provision ranging from Year 7 through to 11, along with a Post 16 vocational provision. The role itself would involve, supporting students with learning as well as behaviour, on a 1-1 basis. For the students that may not be able to focus in a classroom, you will be expected to adapt lessons for students that have a different learning approach.

Requirements to apply:

  • SOME experience with challenging behaviour. Maybe you’ve worked in an alternative provision before, as youth mentor, or had a similar job?
  • Experience working in a school or education-based setting preferred but not essential
  • The willingness to apply for a DBS if you do not already have one

The following skills would be advantageous:

  • An understanding of mental health and adverse trauma
  • Patience and empathy to support and understand the unique needs and challenges faced by students
  • Ability to build positive relationships and create a supportive and inclusive learning environment for students with special needs

Benefits of working with Monarch Education:

  • You will be paid a competitive daily wage, based on your experience.
  • Dedicated consultant allocated to support you with any questions and concerns.
  • Support in writing CV’s and job applications
  • £200 for any successful referral of Teachers and £100 for Teaching Assistants.
  • You will receive free, up to date safeguarding training.
  • Training workshops and CPD courses to provide professional development.
  • The option of working under a PAYE or Umbrella pay scheme.

How to Apply?

If you feel this role is suitable for you and you wish to apply or find out more information, please contact me on 0121 272 8666 or

Monarch Education is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications regardless of sex, age, race, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, religion and belief, pregnancy and maternity or disability. To understand more, please visit: Equal Opportunities – Monarch (monarcheducation.co.uk)

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