Behaviour Support Specialist Job Role | PK Education

Behaviour Support Specialist

Behaviour Support Specialist


Job Description

Behaviour Support Assistant- Nuneaton- September Start

Are you looking for an extremely rewarding role within Education and the chance to make a difference?

This fantastic behaviour support assistant position is the perfect opportunity for anyone who is looking to work 1:1 with pupils and has experience working with challenging behaviour.  We are looking for exceptional candidates to work at a school based in Nuneaton. The school has an extremely caring community of staff and they are proud of their high expectations of behaviour.

Behaviour Support Assistant responsibilities:

You will be required to provide valuable 1-1 support for pupils with additional needs and challenging behaviours. You will be expected to support the teaching and learning of this pupil academically and most importantly, to help manage their social and behavioural difficulties. You must follow the school’s policies and procedures. This position is to commence from September for the full academic year.

To be considered for the Behaviour Support Assistant role you should have:

  • A resilient, confident and supportive attitude.
  • The ability to quickly build positive relationships with staff, students and parents.
  • Strong and effective behaviour management.  
  • Experience of working in schools and/or experience working alongside children with challenging behaviour.

Behaviour Support Assistant Salary and Benefits:

  • Competitive rates of pay between £90 -£100 per day depending on experience 
  • 24/7 Support and feedback from experienced education consultants.
  • Exposure and networking opportunities to associated schools.

Additional Requirements

  • Reference details will be requested prior to registration.
  • Current DBS registered with the DBS Update Service – if you do not have a DBS registered online, PK Education will provide full assistance in getting you one.

We pride ourselves on intelligently matching our supply and permanent candidates to schools, ensuring that the opportunities stretch and fulfil career ambitions.

If you would like to hear more about this Behaviour Support assistant role, please send your CV to or call Ciara on 0121 631 3466 who will be happy to discuss the position further. Alternatively apply for the role today and a member of our team will aim to contact you within 24 hours.

We pride ourselves on intelligently matching our supply and permanent candidates to schools, ensuring that the opportunities stretch and fulfill career ambitions.

This is a promise that we have been delivering since 2005, with our simple, honest approach: offering our candidates highly competitive rates of pay with no hassle.

We are committed to get it right. First time.

Our mission is simple. To Inspire Potential. In our team. In our candidates. In every child.