Autism Support Worker - Classroom Based

Behaviour Mentor/Learning Mentor - Wandsworth, South West London

Ref: 4353Wednesday 20 March 2024

£95 - £105 PAYE Per Day

Autism Support Worker - Classroom Based 

£475 - £525 Per Week PAYE

London Borough of Wandsworth

Easter 2024 Start

Are you a strong and resilient Autism Support Worker looking for a challenging and rewarding role in a fantastic special school for children with Autism and SEMH needs?

Do you have experience helping children with SEMH needs feel calmer and more settled in a school or youth work environment?

 

I am now working with a fantastic and supportive SEN school in the London Borough of Wandsworth who are seeking an experienced Autism Support Worker. You will work 1:1 with a pupil who needs support with challenging behaviour and help to feel as calm and settled as possible so they can learn effectively. This role requires a strong and resilient person who would be a strong role model.

 

Requirements of a Autism Support Worker

  • Experience with challenging behaviour – this role would really suit someone who has worked in a PRU or SEMH school, has worked as a Pastoral Officer in a school, or has experience with challenging behaviour as a Youth Worker.
  • Experience working to support pupils with physically and emotionally challenging behaviour
  • A resilient personality and an ability to build rapport quickly with staff and students.
  • De-escalation training would be a bonus for this role; however, the school also provide their own specialised de-escalation training
  • An interest in mental health and seeing behaviour as a form of communication is essential for this role

 

What to Expect as a Autism Support Worker

  • The opportunity to work in a brilliant SEN school alongside a highly supportive team
  • The opportunity to really make a difference in the life of a pupil with Autism and SEMH needs.
  • Long-term to permanent positions available
  • The opportunity for a good work-life balance due to school time hours.
  • The opportunity to develop your skills as a Behaviour Mentor.

 

This challenging and highly rewarding role requires a strong and resilient personality and a strong drive to help and support children with additional needs.

 

If you feel you are ready to take that next step in your career and like the sound of this wonderful school, please do not hesitate to reach out to Elise at elise@psinclusion.co.uk

 

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