Moxi Recruitment are currently looking for SEMH Teachers to work in alternative schools and PRU’s in the new year and based in the Salford area. Ideally you will have experience of working in a setting with young people that have SEMH or identified needs. The role would be suitable for an experienced Teaching Assistant looking to develop their career.

Key responsibilities:

  • To maintain a thorough and up-to-date knowledge of the teaching of your subject(s) and take account of wider curriculum and pastoral developments which are relevant to your work.
  • To plan tutorials, activities, lessons and sequences of lessons to meet students’ individual learning needs.
  • To use a range of appropriate strategies and follow schools policies for tutoring, teaching, behaviour management and classroom management
  • To do all you can, involving parents and other agencies, to ensure that as a result of your tutoring and teaching you promote the health, safety, economic wellbeing and achievement of your students.
  • To assess, monitor and record the progress of students in your teaching and tutorial groups and give them clear and constructive feedback.
  • To set well-grounded expectations for students in your teaching and tutorial groups using information about prior knowledge and previous attainment, making progress as good as or better than similar students nationally.
  • To take responsibility for your own professional development and use the outcomes to improve your tutoring and teaching and your students’ learning.
  • To make an active contribution to the policies, aspirations and plans of learners, working as part of the EdStart teaching staff
  • Performance Expectations:
  • Be able to positively interact with all students and put aside prejudices and feelings in order to treat all students with respect, provide them with equal opportunities for learning and make them feel confident
  • Be able to create a safe learning environment that is conducive to learning and enforce rules consistently and fairly
  • Be capable of designing lesson plans to meet student needs and cover the standards
  • Be able to adopt various teaching strategies to effectively teach the curriculum.
  • Be able to use effective techniques of assessment to monitor students’ performance and identify students’ needs through assessments.
  • Be able to regularly review the effectiveness of teaching and assessment procedures and its impact on students’ progress, refining approaches where necessary responding to advice and feedback from colleagues
  • Be responsible for improving teaching through participating fully in training and development opportunities identified by the school or as developed as an outcome of your appraisal
  • Be capable of collaboratively working with other colleagues to build up professional network
  • Be able to communicate with parents and all stakeholders effectively


  • Bonus loyalty scheme
  • Referral scheme
  • An earn as you learn programme
  • In-house training opportunities with our partner school


Please note that our organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. On appointment of the role you will be required to complete background checks and an enhanced DBS will be a requirement.

We encourage applications from those who meet the criteria, or those with an enthusiasm for learning and development, and a passion for developing the lives of disadvantaged young people providing them with a positive, supportive and nurturing environment to grow. If this sounds like the ideal opportunity for you, please submit your CV through below.