Inclusion Support Worker - KS3

Posted 23 July by Principal Resourcing Easy Apply

Inclusion Support Worker

Principal Resourcing are currently recruiting for an Inclusion Support Worker with experience working with Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) or other challenging behaviour. We have a position available at a specialist SEMH provision which will begin in October and last for 12 weeks initially, with the potential to go permanent after this time.

The role will involve working 1:1 with challenging KS3 students and will require patience, resilience and the ability to manage challenging or aggressive behaviour.

Job Overview

  • September start
  • Full time, 5 days per week
  • Potential to go permanent after 12 weeks
  • You must be Team Teach trained (training may be provided)
  • You must have SEMH experience, ideally in a PRU setting
  • Requires physical strength
  • A very challenging, yet rewarding environment
  • A well organised school that is part of a successful academy trust

    What we offer:
  • Highly committed and hardworking Consultants to support you during your various assignments

  • A stimulating and supportive working and learning environment

  • Quality free CPD delivered by educational experts supported by on going on the job training and observation’s

  • The peace of mind being employed by an expert education recruiter registered and approved by the REC with 100% audit compliance

  • An excellent overall service, as verified in our annual review assessed by our existing employees

    In the last academic year:

    94% of our Candidates were very happy with the work which we provided them with. 97% of our candidates rated our service as excellent.

    Principal Resourcing are an equal opportunities employer.

    Principal Resourcing is an Education Recruitment Business having sought agreement from their clients to find candidates for these roles, in accordance with the Employment Agencies and Employment Business Regulations Act 2003. Principal Resourcing is committed to safe guarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Appointments will be subject to our stringent vetting procedures, including an enhanced DBS check and references. Please apply now with your CV and our team will be in touch with you shortly. We look forward to hearing from you.

    Please note that if you have not heard from us within two weeks your application may have been unsuccessful.

Required skills

  • Behaviour
  • Mental Health
  • SEN
  • Inclusion
  • Support Workers

Reference: 35688379

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