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Positive Behaviour Support Coaches

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Job title: Positive Behaviour Support Coaches – part time (22.5 hour per week) Type: Permanent Location: Cheadle Hulme, SK8 6RQ Salary range: £14,452

If your skills, experience, and qualifications match those in this job overview, do not delay your application.
– £16,058 per annum benefits Holidays: Year 1 is 247 hours per year pro rata including bank holidays Close date: 21/06/21 Role Summary Here at Seashell we provide care and education for children and young people with severe, profound and complex learning difficulties and disabilities, sensory impairments and communication disorders and autism.

We have two exciting opportunities for talented and energetic individuals to support the expansion of our Positive Behaviour Support team.

One role will work in our Young Adults’ Service and the other will work in our Children’s Service.These are permanent positions working 22.5 hours per week, and we can consider 15 hours per week working as a Residential Support Worker to make these full time dual roles.Flexibility over 7 days is required.The PBS Coaches will work directly with the people we support and our colleagues to implement behavioural strategies.

These are excellent opportunities for two enthusiastic care professionals to work collaboratively with the PBS team.

Responsibilities will include: Support the development of functional behaviour assessments, behaviour analysis and observations Develop and deliver the PBS training programme focussing on proactive and active support Develop Behaviour Watch recording, debriefs, and positive behaviour support plans To support front line operational staff through coaching and mentoring around behaviour plans, techniques/strategies and interaction (Please see attached job description and person specification for full details) Requirements GCSE English and Maths grade A-C or equivalent level 2 qualification in literacy and numeracy is essential Ability and willingness to undertake appropriate qualification in relation to behaviours.

Completion of BILD/RRN approved Behaviour Management Trainer training and refresher courses provided by Seashell Trust Strong experience working with children and young people with multi-sensory impairments and/or complex needs with learning difficulties and disabilities, and managing behaviours that challenge Our benefits Pension scheme, life assurance, annual performance linked pay increases, employee assistance and wellbeing programmes, on site gym, cycle scheme, long service awards, employee engagement forum, generous holidays, free parking and a beautiful campus with fantastic facilities all on one site We offer good career development opportunities with performance related pay to progress your salary depending on qualifications, training and experience.

About Seashell Trust Seashell Trust runs an Outstanding (Ofsted) special School, and a specialist College together with 17 on-site residential homes for children and young people with complex learning disabilities, physical disabilities and multisensory impairments.

We provide a caring environment that is safeguarded and committed to promoting learning, respect and independence, as well as dignity for all of our students.

As part of our safer recruitment policy, successful candidates will be required to undergo an enhanced DBS check (no cost) and full references will be taken.

We value our employees and recognise the need to recruit, retain and develop highly skilled and committed talent who share our vision and values.

We value diversity and are committed to equal opportunities.

Candidates with a disability who meet the minimum criteria on the person specification will be guaranteed an interview.

This charity is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment Our vision is for the children and young people in our care to be safe, happy and to achieve the best possible outcomes so that they are valued and valuable members of their communities.

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