• Youth Mentor London
  • Teach 360 in London, , United Kingdom
  • jobs
  • 1 month ago

jobs description

Youth Mentor - Haringey- Immediate start - Secondary school - 80-100 a day
• Youth Mentor who has experience working with young people who have challenging behaviour
• Youth Mentor who wants to make a positive impact in a young persons life
• Youth mentor who can start imminently
• Youth Mentor who has had hand on experience working with vulnerable young people
• Youth mentor who holds an enhanced DBS
• Youth Mentor to earn 80-100 a day1
• Youth mentor who can commute to Haringey

Is it your desire to gain a deeper understanding of the factors that contribute to the development of a child with challenging behavior?

Have you ever considered the possibility of becoming a Youth Mentor as a next step in your career?

Could you see yourself as a passionate and enthusiastic Youth Mentor who is looking to make a difference in the lives of young people in a school that is active and vibrant?

Do you consider yourself to be pro-active and able to think on your feet if you were faced with a... challenging behaviour situation?

We are looking for youth mentors who have just answered YES to the above! Keep reading to learn how to become one!

The role - Youth Mentor - Haringey
• A Youth Mentor works closely with children or young people with challenging behaviour in a variety of settings.
• Depending on the situation, you will either be supporting children one-on-one or in small groups within this position.
• You will be responsible for helping them both academically and in regards to their behaviour as well
• Youth Mentors are trained to record the progress of students in the program, as well as identify ways in which they can be helped, as part of the program. They work in conjunction with behavioural staff members, the SLT, and the class teachers
• Youth Mentors can run or support interventions in the areas of providing extra support to pupils with hard subjects, or providing support with their behavioural or emotional needs, if necessary.
• Supporting or implementing interventions that are designed to meet the learning needs of individual students

The school - Youth Mentor - Haringey
• Vibrant and modern facilities
• Supporting staffing team
• Career progression
• Training
• Excellent GCSE results
• Close to train stations and parking available

Ideal previous employment
• Behaviour mentor
• Prison guard
• Residential home
• Youth worker
• Youth offending officer.

You can find out more about becoming a Youth Mentor by contacting Channon at Teach 360 on (phone number removed
London UK


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