Careers Advisers

Futures Advice, Skills & Employment Ltd
Hertfordshire & Bedfordshire
Grade: 3 - within a range of £20,870 - £25,233 (Benefits include Geographical Weighting)
13 Oct 2016
24 Oct 2016
Contract Type
Full Time

We are currently recruiting Careers Advisers

Grade: 3 - within a range of £20,870 - £25,233
(Benefits include Geographical Weighting)

Location: Hertfordshire & Bedfordshire

Closing Date:   Friday 21 October 2016

Interview Date: Wednesday 2 November 2016

Futures Advice, Skills and Employment is a not for profit company jointly owned by Nottingham City Council and Nottinghamshire County Council, providing skills and employability services including the National Careers Service across the east midlands and eastern regions.

Job Introduction
To deliver the National Careers Service contract providing information, advice and guidance services through means of initial face to face interventions, with a large emphasis on group work.  This involves active caseload management of customers and follow up primarily by digital means.

Job Specification Requirements

The successful candidate will:

  • Hold a minimum NVQ3 qualification in Careers Information and Guidance
  • Be experienced in successful customer relationship management
  • Be competent and effective in delivering to set targets
  • Demonstrate a commitment to flexibility to work across region and contracts
  • Proven track record of group work delivery

Application Method

Further details and a job description for this vacancy can be found on the Futures website

Applicants are required to complete an application form & preference sheet which can be found on the website

Completed application forms to be returned via email to;

Job reference: FUT/75

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and we expect all staff to share this commitment and undergo appropriate checks prior and during employment.

'Futures Advice, Skills and Employment believe people's differences
make us a stronger organisation'