Staff Vacancies

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THE STORY BEHIND THE PICTURE

Swingbridge Community Boats Co-ordinator Miranda Soane gets into the swing of things


I wanted to say that it has been a pleasure and an honour working for Surrey Care Trust.  Being part of an incredible organisation full of amazing people who make a difference to so many lives does sound like a cliché, however it is true –  Surrey Care Trust is well respected and well known for the brilliant work that it carries out and long may that continue. Nicola – Mentor Co-ordinator


Outreach Worker

Based: Stanwell SureStart Children’s Centre
Hours: 35 hours per week

Closing date: 31 May 2018

Interviews: w/c 4 June 2018

We’re looking for an Outreach Worker to help us to deliver high quality early learning activities for children 0-4 years through group activities and crèche services at our busy Children’s Centre in Stanwell.

The Outreach Worker will also provide outreach family support to families in most need and be able to identify, assess and evaluate the outcome of the impact the intervention has achieved.

For more information please read the job description and person specification and apply using the application form.


Mentor Co-ordinator (Elmbridge and surrounding boroughs)

BASED: Home-working with travel across Elmbridge and other boroughs.
HOURS: 29 hours per week worked flexibly to include occasional evenings
CLOSES: Thursday 24th May 2018 at midday. Interviews Tuesday 29th May 2018

Surrey Care Trust is looking for a new Mentor Co-ordinator to work with the Mentoring Manager (West) in the delivery of volunteer mentoring programmes for young people aged 11-18, adults and families.

For more information please read the job description and person specification and apply using the application form.


Tutors

Surrey Care Trust is recruiting tutors to teach on our community-based adult learning courses at various locations across Surrey.

Our free courses are designed to encourage low-skilled adults to take up learning again in a friendly, informal environment and we want to widen the range of topics we offer for short, non-accredited courses.

Tutors will need to be teacher qualified, e.g. hold a Certificate in Education or similar, and be able to offer subjects which can be delivered in a fun, interactive style.

As an example, we currently offer introductory courses in first aid, confidence building and personal development, bike maintenance and a range of crafts.

If you are interested in working with us on a flexible, part-time basis, please send a current CV to our main office:

Surrey Care Trust
The Crescent
Heathside Crescent
Woking,
Surrey
GU22 7AG


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