The successful candidate will be excellent at engaging with and motivating difficult and vulnerable young people. They will have experience of working with, supporting and engaging hard to reach young people on a one to one basis and in a group setting. Communication and interpersonal skills are paramount as we need an individual who will be able to work confidently with a range of stakeholders and young people to deliver this programme.
One to one mentoring and support, and teaching are essential to the role and it is key that this is done in creative and innovative ways that young people will enjoy. This is an exciting and challenging role for a highly motivated, dynamic and creative individual who is passionate about helping young people make positive changes in their lives.
The Inspire and Achieve Foundation are looking for an enthusiastic and driven professional who will relish challenges laid at their feet, have the ability to gain the respect of the young people we are looking to help, and also have the ability to complete paperwork efficiently. Finally, and fundamentally, the successful candidate must feel passionately about helping others within society, and must believe in the work that IAF and the Princes Trust do.
Princes Trust Vision: Every young person should have the chance to succeed.