Job Vacancy

 

The Role

 

Do you believe that all young people, regardless of disability or need, can be supported to learn and develop new skills? Do you have excellent leadership abilities? Then we would like to hear from you.

An opportunity has arisen for an experienced and enthusiastic project coordinator with project management skills.  He/she will have the practical experience of working with hard to reach disabled and special needs young people. The applicant should experience in leading outdoor activities such as horticulture and woodcraft.

 

The main purpose of this role is to develop and deliver an innovative project for disabled and SEN young people. You must have practical skills of working with disabled and SEN young people, and an understanding and ability to support the implementation of relevant policies including Health & Safety. The person will support the young people to engage in the project and other activities by addressing barriers to participation and raising their confidence levels and motivation.

 

The successful applicant should be a good communicator and happy to work as part of a small team, and also be able to work on their own initiative. Feels comfortable engaging with voluntary and community groups and delivering outdoor activities to disabled and SEN young people. It is essential the applicant has working knowledge of horticulture and can demonstrate their knowledge.

 

 The role requires a driving licence and use of a motor vehicle.

 

 The position is subject to a DBS check in the event of a successful application.

 

Salary, £30,000 per annum, 37.5 hours per week (regular weekends)

 

(Post is BIG lottery funded until February 2023)

 

If the role interests you please contact sandie@albrightontrust.org.uk for an application pack.

 

Closing date for applications is Friday 18 January.

 

Interviews will take place w/c 4 February 2019.

 

 

Sandie Jackson

 

The Albrighton Trust

 

Blue House Lane

 

Albrighton, Nr Wolverhampton WV7 3FL

 

sandie@albrightontrust.org.uk

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