Are you a graduate looking to launch your career? Or maybe you have worked with SEN young people and would like to join a large charity who support young people with learning disabilities and learning difficulties (autism / ADHD) to thrive in the world of work?
The charity delivers a supported internship programme. Young people study employability & life skills whilst imbedding English and Maths on the course. As part of this, they will be allocated an employer to go on a work placement with. Your role will vary day to day, but could include:
You will have a caseload of 5 – 6 young people and you will be making a huge difference in their lives.
To apply, you might be a recent graduate in a related degree such as psychology. Or you might have experience of working with young people with support needs, so could have worked as a tutor, teacher or learning support assistant or teaching assistant. You might have also worked as a support worker, hostel worker, careers advisor or employment advisor.
Please apply via this advert – everyone gets a response. Feel free to call the office and ask for James if you would like to talk to someone.
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