Learning mentors needed to work in secondary schools in Tameside to work with students who have special educational needs, social emotional mental health support, behaviour and autism. Teaching Personnel work with SEN Co-ordinators and senior leaders in Tameside who are requesting support staff for the remainder of the academic year.
The role of a learning mentor is incredibly rewarding as you are able to actively impact a students achievement through tailored 1:1 and small group support. You will be working within a special educational needs department that is close knit, have clear targets in place to ensure all students area achieving their expected levels of progress.
Key features of the learning mentor role;
- Full time or part time positions available for January 2021
- 1:1 and small group support
- Paid weekly through pay as you earn up to £325 per week
- Regular training and development courses
- Opportunity to earn a school based contract after an initial introduction through Teaching Personnel
If you are coming to the end of a contract, degree or looking to change work sectors we welcome your application.
Criteria for this post;
- Degree or work related experience
- Empathetic attitude and desire to support young people
- Suitable references
- DBS application
To apply please upload your CV via the link below and add a short covering letter. For more information please contact Rob at the Manchester Secondary Office for more information.