Current opportunities

Teaching and Learning Mentor

£21,000.00 - £22,405.00 Per Annum
Post-19, Wandsworth
England, London, South West London
Permanent

Teaching and Learning Mentor
Salary: £21,000 - £22,405 after twelve months service
Location: Wandsworth
Full time, permanent – Term-time only, 39 weeks per annum
 

Are you looking for a term-time only role with a difference?

Will you be respectful, dedicated to delivering excellence, and be proud to challenge? 

We have an exciting opportunity to join BeyondAutism - we are looking for dedicated, caring, enthusiastic and motivated individuals who share our mission of empowering autistic young adults to lead lives full of choice and opportunity.

The role involves supporting a young adult in our Post-19 service and out in the community. Working with a team of Teaching and Learning Mentors, you will provide excellent support using the methods of Behaviour Analysis teaching to an autistic young adult and associated learning difficulties. Further training on Behaviour Analysis in an adult setting will be given to the successful candidate.


Working with BeyondAutism we can offer:

  • Term-time roles only.
  • Competitive salary - £21,000 during probationary period, £21,750 once confirmed in post, £22,405 after twelve months service.
  • Competitive pension scheme via salary exchange of 3, 4 or 5% and match your contribution.
  • An extensive in-house professional training programme enabling you to develop within the field of special needs education.
  • Continual Professional Development (CPD) programme – support available through our career paths to become Qualified Teachers, BCBA’s and Therapists.
  • Season ticket loan.
  • Bicycle loan.
  • Onsite counsellor.
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Perkbox – online perk scheme which gives you your pick of over 200 great discounts and freebies.
  • Eye Care Vouchers.


You will need:

  • An interest in working with young adults with special needs including autism.
  • To be educated to Minimum GCSE level essential (pass in English and Maths required) or recognised childcare qualification.
  • Emotional and physical resilience to meet the challenges and demands of the role.
  • Experience of working with children and/or adults with special needs (desirable).
  • To be able to work effectively in a team environment.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • To be friendly, patient, kind and caring, and able to quickly build rapport.
  • To be IT literate and comfortable with using technology to record and update data.
  • A willingness to use public transport.


If you like the sound of working with BeyondAutism, don’t hesitate, click “Apply” now or if you would prefer to discuss our opportunities with a member of the Recruitment Team, call us on 0203 827 0730.

We are particularly seeking applications from people that represent the diversity of our community.

BeyondAutism is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  An enhanced disclosure will be conducted for the successful applicant.