We are currently recruiting for a Support Co-ordinator, could this be you?
This is a new and exciting role, supporting our project alongside The Tutor Trust, which combines academic tuition with therapeutic interventions.
TLC: Talk, Listen, Change in partnership with the Tutor Trust, has won a £500K grant from the Department for Education’s Alternative Provision Innovation Fund (APIF) to boost the education outcomes of young people who are not in mainstream schooling, including Looked After Children. The pupils will all be of Secondary school age, either KS3 or KS4.
The collaboration between TLC and the Tutor Trust will combine academic tuition and therapeutic support in ways that could be life-changing for young people in Greater Manchester, and scalable to the rest of the country. We are thrilled to have this chance to pilot a truly joined-up approach to tackling the causes and the symptoms of under-achievement. This is a two-year project, launching in September 2018.
You can learn more about the project here.
What is the role?
We are seeking a Support Co-ordinator who will assist our Case Co-ordinator in managing the project. The candidate will need to be a highly organised professional with strong administration skills. The role would suit a good communicator who has experience of working and liasing with multiple stakeholders.
The chosen candidate will have the opportunity to work on an innovative Pilot Project where they will be able to see the difference they are making. It's a really exciting time to be a part of the project and they will join an already-established and diverse team of experienced professionals.
We also believe this role would suit somebody who has experience or interest in working with young people, counselling and/or education.
Key Role Information:
- £22,000 per year
- 37 hours per week
- Fixed term until July 2020
- Based in Manchester office, with travel as needed
Benefits of the role:
- Working for an award-winning organisation
- Working on an innovative pilot project that is scalable to the rest of the UK
- Making a real difference to the lives of children and their families
- Access to monthly clinical seminars
- Annual leave entitlement
- Annual Continuous Professional Development allowance
- Christmas Closedown
- Your birthday off - every year!
If you are interested in this role, please read the Full Job Description & Person Specification below.
Deadline: 22nd Feb 2019, 5pm
Interview Date: 4th March 2019