Mentor

Behaviour Mentor/Learning Mentor - Brent, North West London

Ref: 3515Tuesday 13 February 2024

Up to £410 per week - working day 9am-3pm!

*** Mentor - working hours 9-3!! - Work around the school run or your studies! ***

  • Up to £410 per week, depending on experience
  • Brent
  • Immediate - permanent contract - term time only
  • Parking available for drivers
  • Training and career development opportunities!

The executive Head is looking for aspiring SEND professionals as there are development pathways. Aspiring teachers, speech and language therapists, creative therapists, occupational therapists, social workers....we're looking for you!

Are you looking for a meaningful career that works around your family life? Or perhaps you require a shorter working day to work alongside your studies?

Do you have a passion and talent for supporting children and young people with additional learning needs and mental health disorders?

Are you keen to make a difference to the lives of children and young people whilst building your experience and furthering your career in SEND/SEMH?

 

I am working with a North West London SEMH School who are looking for engaging and passionate Mentors to join them immediately. The children attending this school will have an EHCP (Education Health Care Plan) for SEMH and sometimes Autism. I am looking to speak to professional and committed Mentors, even if your experience is informal/voluntary, we want to hear from you!

Mentor requirements

  • Essential - Passion for working with young people who require additional support in order to access education and social development
  • Essential - Resilience, patience, calm manner
  • Essential - Ability to build strong and meaningful relationships
  • Essential - enthusiastic, dedicated, reliable
  • Beneficial - Youth Mentor/Worker experience
  • Beneficial - Experience of working with Autism, ADHD, sensory processing difficulties and learning difficulties, or experience with SEMH, trauma, sensory processing, social communication

What you can expect in this role

  • You will become part of the school's support team, your role is essential to the development of the children in your care.
  • This is a dedicated school team led by an experienced and approachable headteacher who values his staff's wellbeing.
  • The school is a positive place for children who have attachment disorders, and psychiatric conditions which make emotional attachments to others very difficult.
  • Children with attachment disorders are likely to struggle academically, socially, emotionally, and behaviourally, Therefore, patience, consistency, and resilience are essential for this work.
  • This role requires a patient and resilient Behaviour Mentor to work with very challenging and sometimes physically challenging behaviour.
  • For aspiring Teachers, Pastoral Workers, Child Psychologists, Educational Psychologists, Clinical Psychologists, Occupational Therapists, SALTs, Counsellors, and Social Workers, these positions will offer relevant and vital experience for your chosen career path!
  • Continued Professional Development and progression!
  • The executive Head is looking for aspiring SEND professionals as there are development pathways for teachers, speech and language therapists, Creative therapists, occupational therapists, social workers
  • You will have an opportunity to make a huge social impact, as a Mentor you will change the path of someone’s life!

 

Pay

  • This is a permanent contract based on 9 - 3 working hours, up to £16,000 per year depending on experience
  • Again, we are happy to help you with any rates queries, just ask us!

 

Interested in hearing more?

If you want to hear more about Mentor opportunities, please get in touch! You can apply by response to this advert, uploading your CV to our website, or emailing your CV to emilie@psinclusion.co.uk

If you are not contacted within 5 working days, unfortunately, you have been unsuccessful for this role. However, we will keep your CV and you are welcome to contact us to discuss your SEND career development.

Parker Smith Inclusion is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. We will help you with this.

By applying for this role, you are consenting to Parker Smith Inclusion Ltd storing your personal details in our fully encrypted database, in line with the new GDPR requirements.

 

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