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    London
    Date

    Teach360

    Pastoral Officer / Mainstream Secondary School / Barnet/ASAP Start -/ 90-120 per day

    As part of our work with Teach 360, we are assisting a mainstream secondary school in their search for a Pastoral Officer to join their behavioural team at the beginning of the new academic year. You need to have previous experience managing a team as well as working with young people who exhibit challenging behaviour if you want to be considered for this position.

    • Pastoral Officer who has experience with working with young people who have challenging behaviour.
    • Pastoral Officer Day rate 90- 120 a day depending on experience
    • Pastoral Officer who has a passion for making a difference
    • Pastoral Officer is needed for a full-time role, Monday – Friday
    • Pastoral Officer who can work well as a team

    Would you consider yourself to be a Pastoral Support Officer who has excellent behaviour management skills?

    Would you be interested in working in a school setting where you would be able to assist young people who have social or emotional needs?

    Are you an experienced behaviour mentor who is interested in taking the next step in their career and becoming a pastoral officer? If so, we would like to hear from you.

    Is your behaviour management skills excellent and are you able to deescalate challenging situations when they arise?

    Would you consider yourself to be a good team leader? Have you managed a team before?

    What the role entails: Pastoral Support Worker in Barnet

    Having the opportunity to work in a mainstream secondary school in Enfield is a great opportunity for a Pastoral Officer to work across a wide range of learners to achieve and progress by supporting them in relation to their social and emotional wellbeing, with the aim of improving their mental health.

    • In order to be a successful behaviour management specialist, you should have experience working with children who have challenging behaviour patterns
    • It is essential to have a pastoral officer with experience in monitoring the attendance, behaviour, and progress of children
    • Creating positive relationships between staff and children is a key requirement, and you will be working closely with the behavioural team, leadership team, and other pastoral teams in order to do so.
    • In the role of a pastoral officer, you are responsible for identifying concerns, risks, and barriers that are preventing students from progressing, either in terms of their mental and social well-being or in terms of their academic studies. You’ll work with parents/carers, colleagues, and external agencies to overcome them

    About the School: Pastoral Officer in Barnet

    The school is a diverse secondary school with a very supportive team of teachers and staff. Their team is in need of a strong Pastoral Officer who will be a significant addition to their vibrant culture. There is something to be said about someone with strong behaviour management skills and a strong attitude towards building relationships. Located in the heart of Barnet with great transport links, this school is interested in hiring a Pastoral Officer to be part of their team.

    You are welcome to apply for the Pastoral Officer role with Teach360 on (phone number removed) if you think it is the perfect opportunity for you
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