Summary: The head of a client specialist provision based in Cardiff is looking for a Youth Offending Support Officer to work on a one to one basis with a male year 8 pupil that can display challenging behaviour. There are 6 pupils within the class and 2 other adults in the room at all times. Pay will be based on experience but will range from £66.30 - £75.00 a day. Previous experience is desired but not essential; a sports, psychology or youth background can be advantageous for the role.
The School: The Pupil Referral Unit caters for pupils of both primary and secondary age that may be diagnosed with autism or co-existing conditions including ADHD, learning difficulties, anxiety, Tourette's syndrome, epilepsy and or challenging behaviour. Based in the centre of Cardiff, this school is easily accessible through public transport and has parking on arrival for those that drive.
The Successful Youth Offending Support Officer will:
• Be Team teach trained (desirable)
• Have good communication skills
• Have relevant experience in the field
• Have an outgoing personality
• Be confident
• Show great resilience
• Have good behaviour management skills
• Have a full UK driving licence
The ideal Youth Offending Support Officer will be enthusiastic and show great behaviour management skills. You will be confident and not be fazed by challenging behaviour in the classroom. Resilience is key for succeeding in this role. You will be expected to work between 9:00am-3:00pm. The school is run by a successful team of supporting staff. The students that attend the client previous experience in PRU or a similar field is essential for this role.
If you feel you have any of the skills shown above please feel free to contact Matt our SEN specialist, we would love to hear from you