The Service requires a proactive individual to help support students predominately in the 16-19 year age group. You will be part of the Student Enrichment and Pastoral Tutoring Service and work with existing team members to support students whilst on campus.
The successful applicant will possess previous experience of engaging young people, particularly with the ability to support young people to improve their behaviour and attend lessons. The Youth Worker will ensure that the campus is a safe place to study, support students to engage in extracurricular activities and be able to deliver personal and social development sessions when required along with other team members.
The post is 28 hours per week term time only. The successful applicant will need to be flexible as there may sometimes be a business need to work outside of the usual pattern.
Closing date for the return of completed applications is Wednesday 15th February 2018
South Thames Colleges Group is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults.
To apply for this post, please go to http://www.south-thames.ac.uk./jobs.html, search for the vacancy and then follow the steps to complete and submit an online application.
For any queries please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 020 8918 7777 quoting the job reference.
Please note CVs are not accepted.
The benefits package includes generous annual leave, pension scheme, subsidised sports facilities and professional development and training.
The South Thames Colleges Group is made up of Carshalton College, Kingston College, Merton College and South Thames College, which merged on 1 August 2017. South Thames Colleges Group is one of London’s largest providers of post-16 education and training and is an ongoing and significant contributor to its local communities. We aim to put students’ success at the heart of everything we do.
We are looking for hard-working and collaborative people who can join our team and help challenge our students to progress and achieve.