Prince's Trust Deputy Team Leader
Full Time - 37 hours per week
Based at the Broadwater Campus, however travel between other campuses will be required.
*Salary is subject to the College's job evaluation process
GB Met is a Delivery Partner of the Prince’s Trust ‘Team’ Programme. We are seeking to appoint a Deputy Team Leader to support the running of these programmes. The main focus of this role is providing support to the Team Leader in the recruitment, delivery and running of the Team programme. The programme is outlined below but involves a residential week away with the group and the facilitation of community based projects. You will provide pastoral and educational support to young people on a group and 1-1 basis and ensure that Prince’s Trust paperwork and ILRs are completed in a timely manner. You will also support learners in the setting, achieving and reviewing of SMART targets.
The Prince’s Trust is the UK’s leading youth charity offering 14-30 year olds opportunities to develop their confidence, skills and job chances, improve motivation and attendance at school, start their own business and overcome barriers and move forward in their lives. It aims to help young people who would not otherwise have the opportunity to succeed – particularly focusing on those who are unemployed, under-skilled, within or leaving the criminal justice system or leaving care.
Team is a 12 week programme of personal development. Teams of up to 15 young people participate in a challenging and action-packed programme, a major part of with which involves teamwork in the community. It is for a broad mix of unemployed 16-25 year olds. The programme aims to support young people into employment, further education and training. All Team activities are carried out under the guidance of the Team Leader. The supportive learning environment of a Team is vital to successful personal development.
You will require previous experience in working and supporting vulnerable young people and learners with disabilities and experience of working with learners who have literacy, numeracy, language, emotional or behavioural difficulties. You will also need an awareness of H&S and safeguarding issues
Interviews will be held during the week commencing 12 August 2019