Learner Behaviour Support Worker

Hours of Work:                  8.30am – 3.00pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday, Wednesday 8.30am – 3.45pm

Salary:                                FTE £15,542pa; Actual £13,330pa

Base:                                  Heckmondwike and Huddersfield

Brian Jackson College are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic individuals to join our team as Learning and Behaviour Support Workers. The role is to support pupil development by contributing to the pupils’ educational, social, and developmental curriculum, participating in its delivery as a member of a coordinated team.

Brian Jackson College are owned and managed by the Yorkshire Children’s Centre which is a medium sized Charity in Kirklees.

Brian Jackson College is an Ofsted ‘GOOD’ school supporting pupils that have been excluded or are at risk of exclusion from mainstream secondary school. The aim of the school is to promote inclusion, raise standards of behaviour and achievement with a vision where young people achieve their full potential in life. Our Ethos is to offer a fresh start to all pupils; challenging and supporting them to achieve academic success, develop self-belief and raising their aspirations by supporting and encouraging positive progression through proactive intervention. Staff have created a strong community atmosphere and operate an open-door policy.

The successful candidate will support the teacher with small groups to address the needs of all pupils, aged 13-16 Years old, all of which need help with behaviour management and self-regulation to overcome barriers to learning. 

Working together with a coordinated team you will be providing pupils with an opportunity to develop personally, academically, and emotionally to allow our young people to achieve their full potential.

If you want to make a difference to a young person’s future and support them in reaching their full potential, are highly resilient and have an abundance of patience then this is the job for you!

Experience in supporting children with social, emotional, and mental health (SEMH) challenges is essential.

All successful candidates will have an enhanced DBS check and have the right to work in the

Job Types:                          Part-time, Permanent, Term Time Only; Includes 5 Inset days

Benefits:

  • Term-time working
  • Employee Pension Scheme
  • Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) for all YCC employees

For further information please contact Brian Jackson College on 01484 431962 and/or request an application form from [email protected].

How to apply

If you are interested in this role, please complete the application form plus any additional role specific forms found at the top of this page, and return it to [email protected] before the closing date.