Employment Coordinator 2 Posts
Salary: £23,000 - £25,000, Full time - 35 hours per week Fixed term until June 2019 Roles Covering, Leicester City and Leicestershire
Employment Coordinators will plan, coordinate and co-deliver Great project
group activities and evaluate their effectiveness. Working with participants to
manage barriers to work and view employment as an achievable goal. Ensuring that participants have access to accurate information, Employment Coordinators will enable them to access the Project’s support, training and development activities. Supporting project participants to access large scale recruitment opportunities through relationship development with local employers.
Applicants will need to demonstrate experience in coordinating learning and
development to ensure positive outcomes for participants against project targets. And engaging with employers at a professional level. Key to the role is the ability to work using own initiative and having a proactive approach to a varied and complex workload.
The role requires a superb communicator with an established track record in
building internal and external relationships. You will act as an ambassador for the project.
Highly motivated, creative, flexible and able to work as part of a team, applicants will need to demonstrate the ability to effectively manage their time and workload within specified deadlines.
The job descriptions, person specifications and application forms for these roles can be found here http://www.valonline.org.uk/about/jobs or alternatively telephone Reena Purewal on 0116 257 5034.
These roles offer an opportunity to work for a sector leading diverse and
ambitious organisation, with a vision for growth. The successful
candidates will benefit from a competitive salary, a flexible and supportive
working environment, 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays and a 6%
employer pension contribution.
Closing date: Wednesday 14 March 2018 at 9.00am
• Employment Support Officers - 27 and 28 March 2018
• Employment Co-ordinators – 3 April 2018
For an informal discussion regarding this post please contact the GREAT
Project on: 0116 257 5020 or email Krishna.firstname.lastname@example.org /