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Job Ref No. ECC8066-4S Position Type: Teaching/Child Support Pay Range: £27,730 - £29,392 (0.88 FTE)
Position Start Date: 19/08/2024 Contract Type: Part-time Contract Term: Permanent
Application Close: 30/06/2024 Midnight Date of Interviews: TBC  

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We are looking for two enthusiastic and committed Job coaches who will work alongside young people in Foundation learning (young people working at entry level or with SEND) in the workplace to support them in developing the skills they need to work independently.

The role of the Job Coach will be to ensure that each young person on placement has access to highquality job coaching support, thus enabling them to learn the required skills and secure paid employment at the end of the programme. Additionally, the Job Coach will be responsible for securing placements, on the programme, suited to the requirements of each intern. The Job Coach will also be responsible for facilitating and developing excellent working relationships with colleagues and partners onsite, including local employers, to broker job opportunities for the client group.

Key Responsibilities:

Each Job Coach will work with students, parents and employers to enable the effective day-to-day support, monitoring and sourcing of placements. As well as working alongside students and employers during the initial stages of a work placement to carry out regular assessment of students, promote health and safety awareness, support employers in the adaptation of working environments and help secure placements as appropriate.

There will be travelling involved and possibly some flexible working. We are looking for a job coach with experience of working with young people with SEND in an educational setting, good communication and record keeping skills, a creative and flexible approach and an energy and enthusiasm for developing opportunities for young people with SEND at work.

Who You Are:

The successful applicant will have knowledge and understanding of working with people managing health conditions and disabilities to secure work placements, volunteering or paid employment; including offering on-the-job coaching. These positions will suit self-starters, who are able to use their initiative, whilst also implementing evidence based employment models, such as Supported Employment/ TSI.

The successful post holder will have:

Experience of working with young people with learning difficulties and disabilities in a work setting.
Experience of completing risk assessments and task analysis.
Been trained in the process of Systematic Instruction or be willing to undertake training in Systematic Instruction.
Qualifications at GCSE Grade C or L2 in English and Maths.

What We Offer:

  • Pension: New City College provides a career average pension scheme for all staff. Support staff fall under the Local Government Pension Scheme
  • Accessibility: All college sites are easily accessible for wheelchair users and via public transport (bus, DLR, or tube).
  • On-Site Facilities: Free access to on-site gym facilities at some campuses and on-site cafes serving subsidised food and drinks.
  • Staff Development: Five CPD (Continuing Professional Development) days per year, with access to industry-standard facilities and a collaborative workingenvironment. Leading to opportunities for career advancement and professional development in a supportive setting.
  • Financial Perks: Interest-free loans for annual travel season tickets. Health cash plan (reimbursement for dental, optical, and therapy treatments) and a completely confidential Employee assistance program.
  • Discounts: Save money on day-to-day expenses, shopping, dining out, DIY, and travel.
  • Technology Access: Office 365 and Adobe Suite available for personal devices.

The closing date given is a guide only. There may be some occasions where we have to close a vacancy once sufficient applications have been received. It is therefore advisable that you submit your applications as early as possible to avoid disappointment.

As the College supports a number of children and vulnerable adults, all staff are exempt from Section 4(2) of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. Accordingly, all staff will be subject to an 'Enhanced' DBS (formerly CRB) check, along with a Children's Barred List check if in regulated activity. Any offers of appointment may be withdrawn if these checks prove to be unsatisfactory to the College. Self-disclosure will be required as part of the recruitment process. If you fail to make a full disclosure or provide sight of your DBS certificate then your offer of employment is likely to be withdrawn. The College's DBS policy covers the recruitment of ex-offenders which is available upon request.

New City College aims to develop a workforce that reflects the diverse community we serve and actively welcome applications from candidates from a BAME background.

Information about the School

New City College is the dynamic group of further education colleges in East London which comprises Tower Hamlets College, Hackney Community College, Epping Forest College Redbridge College, Havering College of Further & Higher Education and Havering Sixth form College. Our 6-college merger places the group at the forefront of further education in the region. With a turnover of £105m, 20,000 students and 1900 staff it is one of the strongest and most influential further education organisations in the country.

Our college environment is second to none. We have industry standard facilities and equipment at all campuses, expert staff and partnerships with other high profile organisations which all prepare students for progression to higher education or successful careers.

East London is dynamic, innovative and entrepreneurial. As we develop our longer term vision, we will continue to ensure that we invest in our staff and other resources to provide a distinctive offer and excellent, supportive learning environment which meets the needs of students and employers and prepares local people for the changing workforce of the area.

All appointments are subject to safer recruitment requirements to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people. All positions will involve appropriate checks and clearances.

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Kirsty Hanmore
Borders Lane, Loughton
Essex, IG10 3SA
Telephone: 0330 135 9000
Email: Kirsty.Hanmore@ncclondon.ac.uk

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