Mental Health Support - Woodeaton

Posted 16 June by Academics
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Mental Health Support - Woodeaton

The Opportunity:

  • A warm and welcoming school in Woodeaton and looking for a Youth Mental Health Support Worker
  • This school pride themselves in facilitating a friendly and safe environment for their students
  • The students at this school suffer from mental health difficulties that stem from anxiety and depression and have trouble regulating and processing their emotions

What is involved:

  • As a Youth Mental Health Support worker you would be primarily involved in supporting these children with their emotional needs.
  • You will be working with these students on a 1:1 basis or in a small group setting
  • Supporting the class teacher with general classroom duties
  • Helping to manage behaviour in the classroom
  • Facilitating a fun and engaging learning environment

What is required:

  • The successful Mental Health Support Worker will be an advocate for positive mental health
  • As an individual you will be caring and compassionate
  • You will be ready to take on a new challenge and make a difference
  • Resilient and confident, able to adapt to changing situations easily as the students have varying needs and educational plans
  • Experience within mental health is desirable but not essential
  • Graduates welcome to apply!

Key Information:

  • Youth Mental health Support
  • Woodeaton
  • £80 - £95 per day
  • Immediate start
  • Full time position
  • Long term role

If you are a psychology student or graduate who is looking for related experience, this is the role for you! We also encourage those with related degrees to apply. This role provides amazing experience you can use to set up your career!

Youth Mental Health Support - Woodeaton - Immediate Start

Reference: 52881446

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