£17 p/hr umbrella (PAYE available)
Our client, a leading provider of education services, is looking for an Apprenticeships Adviser to provide apprenticeship careers advice, guidance, support and training to individuals and groups of young people in schools.
- Produce tailored careers information, advice and guidance to meet the needs of young people including vulnerable groups and those with special educations needs and disabilities (SEND)
- Produce action plans and record information where appropriate.
- Plan and deliver small/large group sessions/events on a range of careers-related topics as required.
- Take a proactive and highly visible approach to developing working relationships with other professionals both internal and external, including providing feedback, agreeing priorities and reviewing arrangements.
- Manage information by maintaining paper and electronic records to the required standards, sharing information appropriately, all within the boundaries of confidentiality and with regard to GDPR legislation.
- Attend events as required and plan and deliver programmes of work which successfully involve parents/carers so that they are able to contribute to and support the progression of their child into learning and work.
- Work with colleagues and partner agencies, including schools and colleges to plan and implement appropriate strategies. Maintain contact with clients in order that they enter and successfully sustain their learning.
- Develop and maintain personal and professional effectiveness and standards of work in accordance with the CDI Code of Ethics through participation in progress/performance review processes, attending relevant meetings, training and support and activities.
- Promote diversity and equality of opportunity as part of delivering effective information, advice and guidance.
- An understanding of and a commitment to, equality of opportunity for all
- Knowledge of the local labour market and issues relating to learning and employment
- Demonstrate an up-to-date knowledge of legislation and statutory requirements of working with young people
- Detailed knowledge of relevant developments in Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance
- Demonstrate professional commitment to children s rights, equal opportunities and diversity
- Have a detailed knowledge of education, employment, training and personal development opportunities that are available for young people
- Understanding of working with young people and their careers aspirations
- Will have worked with young people preferably in a school setting
- Will have worked in a collaborative team setting and built/maintained effective relationships
- Will have experience in CEIAG in any setting
It is essential you have a clean DBS within 12 months or on the update.