Behaviour Support Worker - Wakefield

Recruiter
REED
Location
Wakefield
Salary
Up to £10,000
Posted
16 Oct 2020
Closes
19 Oct 2020
Ref
1758512540
Category
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time
Job Role: Behaviour Support Worker

Location: Wakefield

Start Date: September

Salary: £60 - £80

I am currently working with a fantastic school on an exciting new Teaching Assistant position in the Wakefield area.

Starting from immediately, the school are looking for an outstanding Teaching Assistant join them on a temporary to permanent basis.

This position will be to work with learners on a 1:1 basis. You will be required to take learners out of normal lessons and provide catch up sessions.

The School:

The school caters for learners who have complex social, emotional and mental health needs and many who have additional severe learning and communication difficulties. The highly dedicated team of staff provide high levels of consistency and care for the children they look after.

What you will need:
  • Good behaviour management
  • Ideally you will have worked with learners with a range of needs
  • Be able to re-engage a young person in learning through a range of methods
  • These young people need consistency and so you need to be able to commit to working at the school for long period of time

Benefits of working with Reed Education:

When you work with Reed Education, you will have access to a range of expertise and advice as well as benefits. We can provide you with:
  • Competitive pay rates
  • 24/7 access to a personal consultant who is an expert in Education recruitment
  • The ability to sign up to our REED rewards, discount and pension schemes
  • Access to a huge range of teaching opportunities through our network of branches across England and Wales

Reed Education are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all students and we expect all applicants to share this commitment. All appointments will be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure, including a Children’s barred list check and satisfactory referencing.

If you have any questions, then don’t hesitate to Steven Denvers on