Youth Worker - Oxford
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Support Worker for young people with emotional, behavioural and social difficulties
KS1 to KS4
Fantastic route for an aspiring Psychologist, Therapist or for someone looking to work in the Criminal Justice system
An alternative provision for children aged 5 to 16 in Oxford are looking for a Youth Worker to support the social skills, emotional wellbeing and mental health of the students within their school. The school provide an alternative education for children who have social & emotional difficulties such as anxiety and school refusal due to developmental trauma and adverse childhood experiences, as well as specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia and dyscalculia. The Youth Worker will be working to build relationships with these young people and support them to make positive life choices using de-escalation, positive reinforcement and restorative practice.
Specialist School for Children with Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs
£75-£80 per day
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Child Mental Health Support AssistantThe school provides an alternative education for children who have social & emotional difficulties such as anxiety and school refusal due to developmental trauma and adverse childhood experiences, as well as specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia and dyscalculia. The Youth Worker will be supporting children who come to us often feeling confused, with low self-esteem and disengaged from schooling. Your role as a Youth Mental Health Worker is to give them an education that is tailored to their individual needs, enabling and empowering them to understand that 'great minds think differently', to gain confidence in themselves and progress their learning.
This is a progressive, compassionate, values-based school with a strong ethos and a highly skilled team who are passionate about what they do. Your priority as a Youth Mental Health Worker will be the children's social, emotional and mental health development.
The Youth Mental Health Worker ideally will have a degree in a related field or experience working with young people. Many of the children have experienced trauma and require someone with resilience and an open-mind to support their mental health challenges.
To apply for this Youth Mental Health Worker position please contact Abi @ Academics on or apply to this advert directly.
Interviews will be commencing this week.
Youth Mental Health Worker - Oxford
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