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Behavior Management Lead - Full-time

Parkview Academy, Margate

  • Ref:KCC886-6144-15S
  • Posted:30/08/2019
  • Pay:£20,000 - £24,995 dependent on experience
  • Start Date:TBC
  • App Close Date:30/09/2019 at 14:00
  • Interviews:TBC


Would you like a really rewarding career?

Can you nurture supportive relationships with children and young people by drawing on your own life skills and experience? If so, Parkview Academy would be glad to hear from you. We are looking to recruit people with a passion for working with children. We are totally committed to improving outcomes for our children and we know that it is through our staff that we can achieve this objective.

Due to expansion, we are currently recruiting an additional Behaviour Management Lead within the company's own SEMH school Parkview Academy.

Location: Margate

Salary Range: £20,000-£24,995 Dependent on qualifications and experience

Permanent - Full Time (40 hours per week)

Hours: Monday to Friday- 08:00 to 16:00

Purpose of Job:

  • To have and apply detailed skills and knowledge to ensure a consistent and effective approach to behaviour management across the school
  • To implement and monitor behaviour management strategies
  • To develop and deliver a range of preventative approaches to behaviour management
  • To support all staff in addressing the behavioural, emotional and social needs of all pupils, but especially those pupils who need particular help to overcome barriers to learning
  • To establish and maintain productive working relationships with pupils, acting as a role model and mentor – to model positive behaviour to the young people
  • To adopt a multi-agency approach to supporting pupils with behavioural, emotional and social needs
  • To monitor and analyse behaviour patterns across the school
  • To meet the educational and social needs of a range of students, across a range of special needs including learning disabilities and challenging behaviour
  • To act as one of the school’s deputy designated safeguarding leads

Job Context:

Parkview Education strives to provide services which are user-friendly and sensitive to the individual needs of our residents, Local Authorities and all sections of the community. It is the responsibility of all staff to work to achieve this within our ethos of service, quality, equality and partnership. (Partnership means demonstrating a commitment to close cooperation with colleagues and joint work in partnership with our service users).

Responsibilities and Duties

  • To provide support with behaviour management when instructed by management.
  • To provide support for the Teachers, Pupils and School.
  • Undertake additional duties and responsibilities commensurate to the role, as directed by the Head Teacher.

An enhanced DBS check will be undertaken as part of our safer recruitment policy.

Qualifications and Skills

Suitable candidates will need to have experience of working with challenging behaviour and hold (or be working towards) a suitable teaching support qualification (Level 2/3). Whilst experience is highly valued we are also keen to interview staff with limited experience but with good aptitude. We welcome applications from candidates who have experience in residential care for children and young people.

Information about the school

Parkview Academy is an independent special school which caters for pupils with SEMH now known as their primary need, formerly BESD and learning difficulties who need a smaller, more structured educational placement in order to develop and achieve their full potential.

Job Contact Information

Our School and all its personnel are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service.