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Rhubarb Farm CIC is looking for a book-keeper.  The work is for one day a week, and can be done from home.  Knowledge and good experience of SAGE is a requirement.  Please contact Jennie Street:   jennie@rhubarbfarm.co.uk or ring 07527-929-592 if interested.

 

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Think for the Future

Full – time School Behaviour Mentor

Job Details

Contract Length Permanent Hours per week 30 – 37.5 hours (flexible)

Salary £17,160 – £20,000 per year (salaries are likely to increase based on performance)

Area (s) Covered Various locations across Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. The role  therefore requires travel and it is essential for the applicant to have access to their own  transport

Reports to Management Team

Start date TBC at interview

Deadline for application 23rd July 2018 (please note that once role is filled applications will close)

Objectives

Think for the Future’s mission is to engage, educate and empower children and young people to have social and emotional resilience, independence and control in order to achieve. We work with young people across the East Midlands to help them overcome societal issues that they may face and work to strengthen the education system and to help build a stable foundation so that children and young people can achieve their potential. To do this, we employ individuals who have real life experiences within the topics they specialise in and carefully match our mentors with pupils. This not  only creates a higher sense of relatability with our educators but also generates  greater outcomes for young people and the schools we work with. A Behaviour Mentor is responsible for developing and delivering a comprehensive programme for pupils who  are disengaged with their education and/or overall wellbeing. They work closely  with challenging young people aged 11 – 16, who have been identified by their school as  at-  risk of being excluded , to address the issues that are preventing them from  achieving their full potential and support the process of successfully reintegrating them back into education.

The main objectives and responsibilities of the role are to:
  • Work closely with designated pupils to identify barriers affecting their wellbeing and  behaviour, particularly in school
  • Develop and deliver the Behaviour Mentoring programme that addresses these barriers with maximum engagement
  • Ensure the content and delivery of the mentoring sessions  is tailored to the needs of  the pupils
  • Decrease the number of negative behaviour incidents of the pupils you are working  with
  • Work one – to – one, or in small groups with designated pupils with the aim of reducing  poor school behaviour, creating long term, positive attitude changes and develop pupils’  life skills and aspirations
  • Manage key relationships with partner schools, day – to –  day data collection,  presenting progress as well as strategic decision  making
  • Work closely with the team of Behaviour Mentors at Think for the Future to share good  practice
  • Work closely with the Quality Assurance Lead to regularly assess and develop your  skills

For more information about the role, or to get an application form, please contact:

Tilly Stone Quality Assurance Lead
Think for the Future
39 – 41 Alfreton Road, Nottingham NG7 3JEE:
tilly.stone@thinkforthefuture.co.uk
Office: 0115 718 0399 Ext. 704

Think for the Future Ltd. Company No: 09752165
http://www.thinkforthefuture.co.uk

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