Behaviour Support Worker - SEMH, LAC, ASD and Challenging Behaviour

Recruiter
Confidential
Location
Rugby
Salary
75.00 - 85.00 GBP Daily
Posted
07 May 2021
Closes
02 Jun 2021
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Part Time
Behaviour Support Worker - SEMH, LAC, ASD and Challenging Behaviour
Commencing- ASAP
Salary- GBP75- GBP85
Location- Rugby
Contract Type- Full time - Temporary- Permanent

GSL Education is a notable education recruitment company helping support assistants and teachers find work within a range of SEN schools and we are currently looking for enthusiastic and motivated Behaviour Support Workers for an SEN school based in Rugby.

As a Behaviour Support Worker, you will be responsible for supporting children both in small groups and on a 1:1 basis. You will be managing challenging behaviour in the classroom and may be required to run intervention activities and report to staff members on pupils with ongoing needs both socially and academically. It is essential that any candidate wanting to work as a Behaviour Support Worker has prior experience working within a similar role. A relevant qualification and experience with students with special educational needs are desirable.

About the role:

Work as part of the Inclusion Team to provide disaffected / vulnerable students with the appropriate support
Assist students to follow behaviour and learning programmes
Liaise with families, carers, external agencies and relevant staff, according to the student's Individual Education Plan, in collaboration with teachers and other colleagues
Take responsibility for individuals and small groups of students ensuring their safety and welfareIdeal candidate:

Passionate and caring individual
Relevant qualifications
Grades A-C in Maths and English at GCSE
Previous experience working with SEN, Challenging behaviour, Youth offending, Youth Work or Support Work
TEAM TEACH- Desired but not necessary
Must have experience working with extremely challenging behaviour, SEMH, Autism, ADHD, Attachment disorder and LAC backgrounds.
Are flexible and can work well within a team
Have experience of working with children with a variety of needs and from a range of different backgrounds
Knowledge of behaviour management strategies and emphatic listening skills
Excellent communication skills
Current DBS on the Update Service (or willing to apply for a new one)Experienced TAs/LSAs, support workers, security/ children's secure provision practitioners, ex prison service officers, as well as sports coaches will be considered for this role.
For further information please contact Gugs on (phone number removed) or email (url removed)