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Employment and Benefits Advisor
Woking (Moorcroft) and Woking (civic offices) with some travel
Full time for 12 months – fixed term contract
This is an exciting opportunity to join the Trust’s Steps2Work team at Moorcroft in Westfield. Working alongside Woking Borough Council’s Family Support Team with Syrian Refugee families who have settled status in Woking, the post-holder will encourage family members to build their employment skills, advise them about their benefit entitlement and work with them to access employment opportunities. The post will be a lynchpin between the teams and the refugee families. It is a fixed term contract to cover a 12 month secondment.
Closing Date: 30 July 2021
Interview Date: Thursday 5 / Friday 6 August.
Events & Digital Marketing Assistant
15 hours a week
£7,300 (£9.36 per hour)
Got an eye for a great image? A way with words? Are you a people person? A planner and a doer?
If you’re organised, outgoing and enthusiastic and looking for a first role in fundraising events and digital marketing, then this could be the job for you!
You will play an integral role in our successful Fundraising & Marketing team, delivering effective digital marketing and fundraising events. You’ll help to source and create engaging and inspiring digital content for our social media channels and website using your creative flair, and you’ll explore new ideas to connect with supporters online. You will also support the Trust’s events calendar throughout our 40th anniversary year in 2022, by planning, attending and delivering our varied range of events alongside our Events and Community Fundraiser.
This is a perfect opportunity to develop your digital marketing skills, build relationships in the community and learn more in a busy and varied role about events and marketing in the charity sector.
Assistant Mentoring Coordinator (North) – Spelthorne and Elmbridge.
Full time (36 hours p/w)
£10.20 per hour (£19,094 p/a full time)
Home-based with some travel
Fixed term contract
We are looking for an organised and enthusiastic individual to join our Early Help Mentoring teams which supports young people and adults who are struggling to cope with life’s challenges.
Supporting the administration of the project and a bank of volunteers, the role combines both admin and face to face work with the mentoring team and beneficiaries.
Excellent administration and communications skills are essential for this varied role.
Senior Trainer (English and Life Skills) And Curriculum Lead
Woking Learning Centre
36 Hours per week, Term Time (39 weeks)
£22,283 (£14.53 per hour)
The Surrey Care Trust is seeking a passionate, enthusiastic trainer to join our successful STEPS to 16 alternative education programme for 14 – 16 year olds. You’ll teach, motivate and engage young people through a structured learning programme at our alternative education centre. Using different teaching and learning strategies you will help engage students who are facing social, behavioural or emotional difficulties in learning. With subject expertise in English, you will teach the students English and life skills with a lead on the curriculum for the centre. STEPS provide a welcoming, non-threatening learning environment where students can achieve and develop life skills and functional skills.
WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO You can call us on 01483 426990.