Recruiter Prospectus Ltd
Salary £26,390 per annum
Posted 19 May 2017
Closes 04 Jun 2017
Function Operations & Service Delivery, Training
Sector Housing & Homelessness, Social Care & Welfare
Hours Full Time
Contract Type Permanent
The Marylebone Project is one of the largest women’s hostels in the UK for vulnerable women affected by homelessness. They offer support to women with a range of complex needs, including substance misuse, mental health issues and domestic violence, and provide these support services in a warm, welcoming and secure environment. They are now recruiting an Education, Employment and Training (EET) Worker to deliver meaningful activity and EET opportunities for women.
As EET Worker, you will be responsible for supporting the delivery of their Education, Employment and Training project through developing, monitoring and facilitating their meaningful activities programme; providing high quality support to the women they serve, supporting them in their journey to recovery. This role plays an integral part in developing life and employability skills, and providing opportunities for involvement and ultimately job procurement. Working with women on a one to one and group setting, you will lead and facilitate sessions for women with varied support needs as well as effectively work with prospective partners, and identify and build working relationships with external stakeholders including professional agencies, training providers and recruiters.
To be successful in this position, you will have proven experience of supporting hard to reach service users into meaningful employment, education and training with a focus on life skills and activity focussed outcomes. In addition, you will also have significant experience of delivering classes and training workshops within a learning environment or community work context combined with the ability to develop partnerships with internal and external stakeholders. Finally, up to date knowledge of work related legislations, Welfare Benefits/Reform and safeguarding of adult is essential.
Because of the purpose of our client’s work, only women are eligible to apply for this role, under Section 7(2) (b) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975.
Interviews to be held on Wednesday, 21st June 2017.