Pastoral Youth Worker - Oxford

Posted 21 June by Academics
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Pastoral Youth Worker - Oxford

A highly regarded school in Oxford are looking for a Pastoral Youth Worker.

Your role as a Pastoral Youth Worker is to primarily be there to support the children their school day. Many of the children that attend this school have been identified as struggling with social, emotional and mental health issues. They are looking for an individual who will come in and help them find better ways to cope with their emotions while navigating their school work.

To be a successful Pastoral Youth Worker, you will need to be compassionate, keen to make a difference and also positive. These children need a resilient and positive person to uplift them every day and help facilitate a learning environment in which they feel comfortable and supported.

They are looking for someone who is eager to learn and get stuck in. those individuals who are looking to establish a career in psychology or education, or even those who are simply looking for a career change are encouraged to apply for this role.

Not only will you receive amazing hands on experience, you will also learn the key points and skills needed to best support students with their mental health needs. These skills are amazing for any route you are looking to go down.

If you see yourself working as a Pastoral Youth Worker, then apply now! Intervies are likely to take place within the next week, so you do not want to miss out.

You can apply directly to this advert.

Key information:

  • Pastoral Youth Worker
  • Oxford
  • Primary or Secondary students
  • £80 - £95 per day
  • Term time and school hours
  • Good travel links

Pastoral Youth Worker - Oxford - Term Time - Part Time Options Available

Reference: 52922731

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