Job Reference – 542
- Hours: Full Time (37.5 p/week) “Happy to talk flexible working”
- Salary: Band E £17,645 – £18,729 per annum -39 weeks per year
- Closing date: 31st March 2019
- Interview dates: TBC
Due to a review of the structure of our school based in Swanwick, we are now looking to recruit a Behaviour Coordinator to deliver and support the pastoral and behaviour programme.
Our school in Swanwick is a small, independent Special Therapeutic Education Provision (STEP) for boys and girls with social, emotional and mental health difficulties (SEMH) between the ages of 11 and 19 years. The school supports students who either have an Education Health Care Plan (ECHP) or are undergoing statutory assessment. They have all been identified as having complex and additional needs.
Our ideal candidate will be involved in, amongst other tasks:
- Supporting the inclusion of all pupils in the School each day, delivering a pastoral programme enabling them to access education and a structured timetable of both vocational and classroom based learning.
- Monitoring and reporting on the implementation of pastoral support plans/interventions for pupils and contributing to the review of these plans.
- Co-ordinating behaviour plans and risk assessments for all pupils and assisting staff in reporting, recording, monitoring and evaluating all serious incidents.
- Working with pupils on an individual and group basis to contribute to more effective learning through improved behaviour and social skills including SEAL interventions.
What we would like from you
The successful candidate will build upon and implement;
- A therapeutic approach to behaviour
- Strong focus on pupils progress
- Engaging and fun activities
- Emphasis on Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural development
Crucial to the success of this post is an ability to work as part of a team and independently, to be super organised and have experience of using de-escalation techniques. We are not looking for candidates with specific qualifications; the key thing is the experience you will have had in a school environment working with children with Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs. Applicants must have a full driving licence and have access to use of a car. Successful candidates will be required to provide an enhanced Disclosure (DBS). This disclosure cost will be met by Fair Ways.
Interested in the vacancy? We encourage a diverse workforce and welcome applications from all communities.