Positive Behaviour Support Worker

Job Type: Permanent

Location: Stockport

Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-3:30pm

£1350-£1600 PM depending on experience

We are recruiting for committed and passionate individuals, for permanent opportunities within our schools. As someone that has experience working with young people in education, you will understand that no two days are the same, and that being able to think on your feet, and communicate effectively with all kinds of learners, is the key to an enjoyable classroom experience. Every student has their own unique learning style, and your skills and commitment will help them to grow and gain confidence at school.

The positive behaviour support worker will take responsibility for the day- to-day operation of provision made by the school for pupils with Special Educational Needs.

The Positive Behaviour Support Worker will work within a multidisciplinary framework to provide a behavioural service in educational, and vocational settings to people with SEND.


To implement behavioural interventions.

To effectively implement appropriate assessment and intervention methods.

To attend multi-disciplinary meetings.

To be involved in the assessment of clients being referred.

To provide behavioural advice, guidance, and consultation to families.

To manage highly complex information and sensitive situations involving exposure to distressing, traumatic and emotional material, including exposure to challenging behaviours.

To communicate in a skilled and sensitive manner, information concerning the assessment, formulation, and intervention plans.

To continue to develop skills and knowledge through further training.

Responsible for the regular use of information technology resources to facilitate communication, to develop clinical assessment and intervention resources.

To contribute to the maintenance of the highest professional standards of practice, through active participation in internal and external CPD training and development programmes.

To maintain the highest standards of clinical record keeping including electronic data entry and recording, report writing and the responsible exercise of professional self-governance in accordance with professional codes of practice


Working with and supporting people whose behaviour is described as challenging.

NVQ2 in Health and Social Care (or equivalent) and committed to achieve NVQ3 Working within Health and Social Care for a minimum of 2 years.

Evidence of continued professional development

Experience of working with SEND

Enthusiastic and committed to the principles of positive behaviour support

Effective time and organisational skills; able to plan, manage and prioritise workload

Able to work in family homes and school environments

Willingness to work outside of regular office hours (evenings and weekends)

If you believe you are a good match or know anybody who you think would be great for this role, please contact myself for more information