Fit4Life Training & Education Programme for Young People
1 X Full time post of 37 hours per week
2 Year Contract
Starting Salary: £18,709 per annum
Scale Point 19
The Society of St James has been awarded two year grant funding from Children in Need to run an education and training programme for young people aged 16-18. The programme is targeted at young people experiencing homelessness, young people disengaged with education and training and young people in care.
You will need to have an understanding of the needs of vulnerable and disadvantaged young people, experience of partnership working with Social Care and other services and an ability to develop and deliver exciting and innovative activities for young people.
For further information and to apply, please use the application form and Role Profile below, making clear which job you are applying for.
For an informal chat about this post, please contact:
Jane Smith on 023 8063 4596
Closing Date: 4pm Friday 17th February 2017
Interview Date: Friday 3rd March 2017
APPLICATION FORM – Word Editable
APPLICATION FORM – PDF Print Version
For the best chance of being shortlisted we recommend you use the Role Profile to help you complete this form, looking at how each of the essential and desirable criteria are assessed.
As an Investors in People Gold employer, SSJ recognises that our staff are our greatest assets. We value and recognise our staff, offering some generous benefits, as well as the satisfaction of helping vulnerable people:
- A competitive annual leave entitlement of 25 days rising to 30 days, plus public holidays.
- Flexible working options.
- Buying additional annual leave.
- Comprehensive induction and training.
- Membership to the Company Pension Scheme.
- Counselling, financial, personal support and health and wellbeing services via our Employee Assistance Programme.
- Company cycle to work scheme.
- Discounted laptops and computers with Jamie’s Computers.
SSJ is committed to promoting Equality and Diversity and welcomes applications from people of all backgrounds.
NB Some staff within the Society are are ‘at risk’ of redundancy. If they apply, their suitability for this role will be considered before someone who is not at risk.