Graduate Behaviour Mentor - Camden
Are you stuck as to what to do now you've completed university and want to make a difference in the lives of young people?
Perhaps you are a recent psychology graduate considering a career in education and are passionate about supporting secondary school pupils to overcome barriers to learning?
Do you have experience working with children or vulnerable people in any setting, whether paid or voluntary?
If you are a recent graduate, or due to graduate this summer and are looking for a role where you can really make a difference in education, this could be perfect for you.
This secondary school in Camden is keen to recruit an ambitious psychology graduate to work with vulnerable students… Is this you?
***Graduate Behaviour Mentor
***Russell Group Graduate- 2:1 or higher
***Extensive Experience with children
***Full-time long term role starting in September
***£300-£4000 per week
***Supportive Camden Secondary School
Graduate Behaviour Mentor- The Person
This position is perfect for a resilient and patient graduate who is passionate about providing support for vulnerable children. You must have excellent communication skills to build meaningful relationships with hard to reach students and to liaise with staff, parents and external professionals such as educational psychologists.
Graduate Behaviour Mentor- The Role
In the position you will be mainly be assigned a pastoral role. You will be required to provide 1:1 support for students who have behavioural, social and emotional difficulties. Your responsibilities will involve liaising with students, teachers, senior leadership, parents and external professionals to ensure that the students' personal well-being and academic success are at the highest possible standard and they are achieving their full potential.
This state of the art secondary school is located close to the centre of Camden and benefits from excellent public transport links as well as being easy to reach for those who drive. You will be joining a staff team which is dedicated to giving students the best possible start in life. The pupils at this school come from a variety of socio-economic backgrounds and many need an inspirational role model to aspire towards and this could be you!
If you are a psychology graduate, passionate about improving the lives of vulnerable secondary school students then do not delay. Click 'Apply now to send your CV to Ryan at i-teachers email a copy of your CV and accompanying cover letter right away!
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