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Role: Executive Support Officer
Location: Hybrid. Mostly home based with some work in office in Burpham, Surrey
Hours: 25 hours per week, worked flexibly over 5 days
Salary: £13.23 per hour

A new opportunity has become available to support and co-ordinate the administration and operations of the Trust.

The successful candidate will work in association with the Senior Executive Team and Trustees, and help the Trust to deliver against high Quality Standards.

For an initial conversation about the role please contact Kate Lynn  kate.lynn@surreycaretrust.org.uk or call 07718 475996

To apply, read the job description and complete the application form.


 

Role: Maths/Life Skills Tutor
Location: Woking Learning centre, Goldsworth Park.
Hours: 30 hours per week. 39 weeks per year
Salary: tbc

The Woking Learning Centre is Surrey Care Trust’s ‘Alternative Education Provision’ that works with 14-16 year old students who struggle in mainstream school. We’re seeking a tutor to teach Functional Skills Maths and Life skills to small groups of students (5 max) with the support of a classroom assistant. Experience of working/volunteering with teenagers would be desirable.

For an initial conversation about the role please contact Richard Tweddle (Centre Manager) richard.tweddle@surreycaretrust.org.uk or call 01483 4870374/07714 742215

To apply, read the job description and complete the application form.

 


 

Role: Autism Spectrum Disorder Learning and Employment Advisor
Location: Woking 
Hours: 21 hours per week (3days)
Salary: tbc

This is an exciting new opportunity for someone looking to assist and motivate Young People, aged 18 – 25 years, to overcome barriers to employment and/or education and assist them into sustainable employment or training opportunities.

The successful candidate will improve the employability of young people with ASD, or similar needs, by understanding their aspirations, agreeing goals, and supporting them in gaining the necessary confidence and social skills they need.

They will also signpost clients to relevant organisations, monitor progress and work alongside Learning and Employment administrators and volunteer work coaches. The role also requires working with a broad range of individuals, young people, volunteers and external agencies to make a real difference to young people’s lives.

For an initial conversation about the role please contact Cathy Leamon   cathy.leamon@surreycaretrust.org.uk or call 07919213904/07730570305

To apply, read the Job Description and complete the application form.

 


 

Role: Wellbeing Mentoring Coordinator
Location: Home-based with travel throughout Surrey  
Hours: Full time – 36 hrs Monday to Friday with occasional twilight hours and evening training
Salary: £22,595

Surrey Care Trust is a partner of the Surrey Wellbeing Partnership contract with Surrey and Borders Partnership and deliver a co-ordinated programme of ‘Well-Being Mentoring’ to young people across parts of Surrey to develop their confidence, resilience and mental wellbeing. This is part of the early intervention aspect of CAMHS programme funding and supports young people aged 11-18 years.

Your role will be to recruit, train, support and manage a bank of volunteer mentors who you will match with young people identified as requiring early intervention CAMHS work within the SWP. Supported by an Assistant Borough Coordinator/Administrator, and working as part of a friendly and supportive team, you will work to build relationships with our partner organisations. You will develop, organise and deliver workshops for young people in collaboration with other established programmes within Surrey Care Trust; Social Confidence groups, Physical Wellbeing, Team Work and Skills to promote the emotional well-being of young people. You will manage a caseload of young people and their mentors to establish high quality support.

Through this exciting role you will have the opportunity to work with a broad range of individuals, families, volunteers and external agencies.

The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and their families and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The post is subject to an Enhanced DBS check and references.

For an initial informal conversation about this role, please contact Sian Jones, Mentoring Manager (North and Wellbeing) on 07765 257022.

To apply, read the Job Description and complete the application form.


 

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