SEMH Behavioural Specialist Teaching Assistant (Level 5)

Bramcote, Nottingham
£22,128 to £25,418
13 Oct 2021
08 Nov 2021
Contract Type
Part Time

The White Hills Park Trust

wish to appoint a

SEMH Behavioural Specialist Teaching Assistant (Level 5)

based at Bramcote College

Fixed Term until August 2023 with a view to extending further subject to funding

32.5 hours per week 8.30am – 3.30pm Term Time Only + 4 weeks

NJE Grade 5 - Points 15 to 22 - £23,541 to £27,041 FTE

Actual Salary - £22,128 to £25,418

Bramcote College have launched a new SEMH Enhanced Provision for a small cohort of pupils from Bramcote College and local partners.

We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic, committed practitioner with experience of working with young people with Social, Emotional, Mental Health difficulties (SEMH).

The unit will support a maximum of 8 pupils at one time, in Key stage 3 and 4 who need support to re-engage in learning and achieve their best.

The individual will be able:

  • to build relationships with young people who may feel disengaged from learning 
  • to think creatively and work well within a team to develop personalised and rigorous pathways for young people to achieve their best
  • to be committed to enabling and leading on high quality teaching (in conjunction with subject specialists) as well as providing a focus on nurture, social and emotional skills and therapeutic supports

To arrange a visit or for further information regarding the position please contact Mary Kirby (Assistant Head/SENCO) on 0115 9168900 or - teams calls can also be organised.

The closing date for applications is 10.00 am on Monday 8th November 2021

Interview date - tbc

Further details and an application form are available on our website and can be found by clicking 'Apply'

Please return completed applications to The White Hills Park Trust is a Pathfinder for the Framework for Ethical Leadership in Education and expects all leaders in the Trust to embody these values in their daily work.  The Trust is an equal opportunities employer, committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children. The successful candidate will be required to undergo an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) clearance and checks will be made with past employers.