Learning and Behaviour Mentor (Level 2)
Permanent, Full Time, Term Time
Start Date: 24th August 2020
Job ref: LB2-2020
Grade 6, Scale Points 15-18
Actual Salary: £23,932 - £26,056
42 hours per week, Term Time (38 weeks per year) plus 3 Professional Learning Days
Monday to Thursday 8:00am to 5:00pm with 30min lunch
Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm with 30min lunch
We are looking to expand our dedicated Inclusion Team by recruiting a (Level 2) Learning and Behavior Mentor. We are seeking to appoint a positive, enthusiastic, caring and creative person who is prepared to work in a holistic manner. They should have the ability to help create tailor made intervention packages which are suited to meet each of our students’ unique behaviour needs. They will need to know how to make boundaries of behaviour clear in a firm but fair manner, with a robust, professional, yet sensitive attitude. They will also take responsibility for all of our students within Alternate Provision (AP), ensuring that they are receiving appropriate education, conducting progress and well being visits, liaising with staff at the providers to facilitate the students learning and development, whilst in AP.
Please apply if you are someone who wants to join our highly supportive and growing team and work in a school where:
• Strong, positive relationships are a strength of the school;
• All of our students are taught in mainstream lessons which allows them to thrive in a positive and productive learning environment;
• Students of all ages and abilities readily demonstrate an eagerness to learn and make progress across the curriculum;
• Outstanding behaviour is apparent throughout the school; students are polite, open and articulate, making it a pleasure to engage with them in lessons;
• Behaviour structures and processes are in place which allows teachers to teach and students to learn;
• The school’s progress 8 score is significantly above average at +1.0 and ranked in the top 5% nationally;
• Professional Learning is a priority and time for this is integrated into the school day;
• All students, teachers and parents share a common vision to "make a positive difference".
The successful candidate will be required to undertake an Enhanced DBS Disclosure check.
How to apply:
If you are interested in this post, please read the Applicant pack for instructions.
Please see the documents listed below, which may assist you in making your application:
• Applicant Pack
• Job Description
• Application and Recruitment Process document
NO AGENCIES OR CV’s PLEASE
Closing date: Sunday 7th June 2020
Proposed interview date: Thursday 18th June 2020 (may be subject to change)
There may be a slight chance that interviews may need to be held via video call through Microsoft Teams.
The Mead Educational Trust (TMET) is a growing partnership of primary and secondary schools situated in the East Midlands. The Trust draws its educational excellence from the established track record of the high quality education provision of Rushey Mead Academy, the Trust's convertor academy.
TMET provides its academies access to a world-class education network and staff with an employer providing high quality professional development. We are committed to ensuring each academy enables every pupil to achieve the very best. We believe that together we make a positive difference.
Rushey Mead Academy is a thriving, oversubscribed, diverse and happy school with a long history of success. We have been rated by Ofsted as outstanding since 2007 and became one of the first Teaching Schools in 2011.
TMET are an equal opportunities employer, committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
If we have not contacted you within 4 weeks of the closing date, you may assume that your application has been unsuccessful
We are committed to keeping children and young people safe from harm and abuse and to promoting their welfare, and we expect that everyone who comes to work for us will share the same commitment. Fulfilling this responsibility includes making sure that our recruitment process includes a range of measures to identify those who may be unsuitable to work with children and young people.
In addition, all roles within the school/college are covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975, and are subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. These posts may also be subject to further DBS re-checks at appropriate intervals. Further information about what the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 means for applicants is provided on the Application Form. Please note that having a criminal record is not an automatic bar from working with us: whether or not your criminal record has a bearing on the post you have applied for will be carefully considered as part of the recruitment process. This may involve a discussion with yourself about the circumstances and background to your offences