Psychology Graduate – ASD/SEMH/EBD – Bexley
‘Every student has the ability to learn, just not on the same day, or in the same way.’
Are you a recent Psychology Graduate keen to develop your experience working with vulnerable/challenging children within a school local to you in a paid, full-time role?
Are you a graduate looking for some more experience in the more challenging area of the curriculum before going on to do your masters or teacher training?
Here at EduStaff we support graduates to find long-term, full-time education-based roles in the more challenging areas of the curriculum for including LSA, SEN TA and behaviour mentors for Psychology Graduates.
Location: Psychology Graduate required for Learning Mentor role in Bexley, South East London
Duration: Long-term, full-time role commencing ASAP
Pay: £65-70 a day (paid on a weekly basis)
Essential criteria: Must have a minimum 2:1 degree with experience supporting complex needs (voluntary or paid)
Desirable criteria: Previous work within a school or behavioural unit
What will the Psychology Graduate role look like?
A Psychology Graduate is required to take on role as Learning Mentor. They will be providing guidance to class teachers and school-wide on a 1:1 basis with individuals who are experience behavioural, emotional and social challenges. Alongside members of the behavioural team, you will implement ILP’s for your key pupil and will work in stimulated environments to maximise learning potential.
What does the Psychology Graduate need to have?
The successful Learning Mentor will have a minimum of a 2:1 degree and an excellent track-record of supporting pupils on an ILP in any capacity is essential. Any enhanced training or knowledge of specific behavioural/language therapies will be extremely advantageous. You will receive training within this role but fundamental experience into this area of the curriculum is a must.
Apply today to find out more about this graduate Psychology Graduate