Inclusion Support Worker

Recruiter
Confidential
Location
Bourne End
Salary
23000.00 - 25000.00 GBP Annual
Posted
03 Jul 2021
Closes
31 Jul 2021
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Inclusion Support Worker
September 2021
Buckinghamshire
Permanent
GBP22,000-GBP24,000
Interviews to commence ASAP

We are currently working with a 11-18 Secondary School in the Buckinghamshire area who are searching for an Inclusion Support Worker to start in September 2021.

As an Inclusion Support Worker, you should show a real passion to support learners and young adults with various Behavioural, Emotional and Social Disorders (BESD). You will be able to demonstrate a level of resilience in work, be able to think on your feet and act/respond quickly to challenging behaviour, but most importantly be able to build meaningful and nurturing relationships with the students.

You will be able to demonstrate and implement behaviour management techniques both inside the classroom and around the educational setting, to help promote learner growth and development throughout their school day within a safe and structure learning environment.

The position requires you to be experienced in supporting pupils and young adults with challenging behaviours
As an Inclusion Support Worker, you are responsible to work alongside teachers, managers and other classroom staff in order to support the learners and young adults in a constructive and controlled learning environment, both inside the classroom and around the setting.

The Role:

•Creating a safe, structured and nurturing learning environment for the learners and young adults involved.
•Working within a supportive staff grouping where everyone follows the same standards and ethos.
•Gaining first-hand experience within the SEN/BESD sector.

About You

•A varied knowledge of the national curriculum and basic classroom learning strategies.
•The ability to apply sensible and suitable behaviour management strategies when dealing with challenging/high-risk behaviour.
•The ability to build trust-worthy relationships, both with learners/young adults and staff within a team.

If you have the experience and skills that are appropriate for the role of a behavioural support worker then please apply today to (url removed) or call (phone number removed) for more details