Education and Engagement Specialist - Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire
Can you engage a young person no matter what barriers they face?
The whole nation has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, but some of the worst hit are the country's young people, especially those that are vulnerable and who already have challenges and barriers to learning.
As we step into a new academic year, school as we know it will not be the same. So why not be a part of the new landscape and see young people's lives turned around and make a positive difference?
What’s in it for me?
- You’ll be teaching young people on a one-to-one basis outside of school in their home or online
- By planning and delivering educational sessions specifically designed around their needs, you’ll help them make real, tangible progress
- If successful, you’ll be working on a Bank Staff basis and will be matched to young people based on your experience and expertise
- Daily sessions last 3, 4 or 5 hours and over 6 – 12 weeks depending on the student, giving you flexibility and a great work-life balance
What do you need to work for Fresh Start?
- A setup that enables you to deliver sessions online if face-to-face sessions can't take place
- Experience of planning and delivering lessons for students with SEN and SEMH needs, particularly those with ASD
- You’ll need to be a naturally empathetic, engaging and easily approachable person
- Be committed to and have a good working knowledge of Safeguarding
- Be competent with IT
To find out more about the role, click here to download the Job Description or you can always speak to a member of the recruitment team on 020 3409 3139.
We’re serious about Safeguarding and Child Protection. Therefore, if successful, you must be willing to undergo thorough employment and background checks as well as an enhanced Child and Adult DBS check.