Servoca Education works with SEN schools in London and is currently recruiting for graduates in Psychology and Sociology to work with students that have social, emotional and mental health challenges. The students attending the school are likely to display challenging behaviour which may be a result of a difficult upbringing, attachment disorders, trauma or a variety of other challenges.
The school is looking for graduates who are keen to use their knowledge and experience to create a welcoming environment where students are able to effectively learn within the classroom. You will have excellent behaviour management and be confident deescalating challenging situations, while also being able to support learners to achieve their best within the classroom.
The Candidate - Psychology Graduates – Mental Health Learning Support Assistants - London
* A graduate in either Psychology or Sociology
* The ideal candidate will have experience of working with children with SEN children and/or care related work
* Experience with challenging behaviour
* A can do attitude and a willingness to help in other areas of the classroom
* The ability to use initiative and work well under pressure
* The ability to communicate effectively with the children and other staff members
* The role will involve working with pupils that display challenging behaviour
* Assisting students in their learning both on a 1-1 and group basis
* Assessing and accommodating individual learning needs of students
* Reporting on individual pupils progress
* encouraging the social and emotional development of pupils
* Wide range of roles and progression opportunities
* Flexible registration procedures
* Market leading pay rates – paid to scale
* Your needs are prioritised
* Recommend a friend to Servoca Education and you could receive a referral bonus of up to £125.
If you are looking for a rewarding role in Education and want to make difference, we would love to hear from you!
Servoca Education is a committed Equal Opportunities Employer and will not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, ethnicity, disability or sexual orientation