Project Challenge is a registered Charity which delivers training programmes to young people between the ages of 16 – 19 (24 with learning difficulties). It combines classroom learning with tough physical challenges. It aims to deliver effective youth programmes to meet the needs of young people who are below Level 2. If you are keen to make a difference and become a valued member of a small team offering a bespoke service to young people then please apply by downloading an application form and job description from http://www.projectchallenge.org.uk or email email@example.com Please note we will not respond to C.V.’s
Closing date for applications is 30th May 2014
We have 3 posts
Study Programme Project Coordinator Full time, £20,000-24,000
Your main role as Study Programme Tutor will be the delivery of high quality training, support and assessment to 16 – 19 year olds which enables them to develop their skills and confidence to progress into employment or further learning.
Within the delivery part of this role you will design, plan and deliver structured schemes of work and lesson plans delivering training to individuals and groups. Learners will be working on a range of Vocational, Personal & Social Development and Functional Skills qualifications.
It is essential that you have recent, relevant occupational experience of working with young people in a learning/educational environment as is a recognised teaching qualification. It is essential that you are qualified to level 2 or above in literacy and numeracy and are computer literate. An Assessor qualification, (A1, D32/33 or TAQA) would be an advantage.
2 x Youth Worker/ Teaching Assistant full time £9,677 to £18,430 dependant on qualifications
Your main role will be to support the Coordinator in the delivery of the training programmes, offering support in both group and 1:2:1 situations. Learners will be working on a range of Vocational, Personal & Social Development and Functional Skills qualifications.
It is essential that you are qualified to Level 2 or above in literacy and numeracy and are computer literate, that you have had a minimum of 12 months experience of working with young people, have outstanding administration skills, an eye for detail and be a good organiser. You must have a sound knowledge of issues affecting young people together with knowledge of local services available for the relevant age group.
You will be required to work irregular hours including some evening, weekend and residentials.