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Salary: £21,000 per annum
Post: Permanent, Full-time (37 hours)
Location: Chelmsford, with travel around Mid Essex


Do you have experience of working in an employment supportive role? 

Are you confident working in a target driven environment? 

Do you want to be part of a great team who help people every day?

As an Inclusive Employment Job Coach, you’ll be key in ensuring our customers, who are predominately people with learning disabilities and/or autism, are coached using Training in Systemic Instruction (TSI) methods into employment, volunteering and/or community outcomes dependant on the customer’s choice and their specific employment targets.

You will be responsible for a cohort of customers, ensuring that they are confident to settle into their paid employment and/or volunteering.

This is a great time to join ECL as we expand our Inclusive Employment offering. Bring strong communication skills and the drive to succeed coupled with a passion to ensure our customers meet their goals.

Salary: Starting at £23,000
Post: Permanent. Full time or part time/job share will be considered.
Location: Oxfordshire


Changing Lives One Job at a Time

Ways into Work is an employee-owned social enterprise with a clear mission: Changing Lives One Job at a Time. We are currently recruiting for a Senior Employment Coach to be based in Oxfordshire. This is a brand new role where you’ll be working alongside our colleagues in Oxfordshire County Council’s Employment Service to deliver and develop Supported Internships. https://www.waysintowork.com/supported-internships

 

Essentials

You will: 

  • be a car driver with access to a car.
  • be subject to an Enhanced Disclosure by the Disclosure & Barring Service.
  • share our values.

Salary: From £20,852
Post: Permanent, full-time (37 hours)
Location: Wigan


You will work alongside and support people to become fully integrated into a working environment. 

Your role will involve utilising place and train and systematic instruction techniques, breaking down tasks specific to individual roles.  Understanding the needs of both the client and the employer, you will play an integral role to train the client in workplace setting, ensuring in work support plans are in place and support is tapered to promote independence. 

 

About you

Are you passionate about supporting others? Are you creative to try things in a different way? Are you inspiring to improve employment opportunities for disabled people?  We are looking for a confident and dynamic person with a real passion for supporting others.  

You should have experience of working with individuals with a range of disabilities, with the ability to effectively communicate and work in a person-centred way, to meet unique needs.

If you are creative and have a passion to support people to learn new skills, interested in working in various settings of employment then please apply!

Salary: From £23,484
Post: Permanent, full-time (37 hours/week)
Location: Wigan


You will work with residents who are embarking on a journey towards paid employment, matching individuals to the right job whilst unlocking hidden talents, skills and assets. You will deliver a range of support, following the National recognised model of Supported Employment. Your role is one that brings commitment, reward and passion to support disabled residents, putting your clients at the heart of everything you do to inspire others to gain meaningful and sustainable employment.

 

About you

Are you passionate about supporting others? Can you bring the best out of the people? Are you creative and innovative?

You will need to be hardworking, flexible, and committed to supporting disabled people into paid employment. We are looking for individuals that want to make a difference to the lives of local people and local employers. You will require the ability to build strong and trusted relationship with both clients and employers, pursuing a positive outcome for all. 

Salary: From £11,742
Post: Permanent, part-time (18.5 hours per week)
Location: Wigan


You will work in partnership with local employers and businesses to support individuals with a disability to sustain long-term employment. You will advocate for inclusive workplaces, providing information and guidance to managers. You will manage a high caseload, conducting regular review and monitoring meetings with employers and employees. You will play an integral part in breaking down barriers, provide creative solutions and change perceptions to highlight the benefits of having a diverse workforce and retaining staff.

 

About you

Are you passionate about supporting others? Can you bring the best out of people? Are you creative and innovative? You will need to be hardworking, flexible, and committed to supporting local employers and individuals with a disability that have been successful in gaining paid employment. We are looking for individuals that want to make a difference to local people and local employers. You will require the ability to build and maintain strong and trusted relationships with individuals and employers, pursuing a positive outcome for all. 

Salary: From £11,742
Post: Permanent, part-time (18.5 hours/week)
Location: Wigan


You will work in partnership with local employers and businesses to build up their knowledge and awareness of inclusive practice by advocating for inclusive workplaces, providing information and guidance to managers, delivering awareness training, and conducting accessibility audits. You will play an integral part in breaking down barriers, provide creative solutions and change perceptions to highlight the benefits of employing individuals with a disability. You will need to understand individual business needs, tailor support packages accordingly, and source suitable local vacancies for specific individuals.

 

About you

Are you passionate about inclusive employment? Are you enthusiastic and confident? You will need to be hardworking, flexible, and committed to supporting employers to sign up to our inclusive employer offer. You will have a good understanding of the local employment market and reasonable adjustments, be proactive in networking locally, and be confident to source suitable vacancies. We are looking for individuals that want to make a difference to local people and local employers. You will require the ability to build and maintain strong and trusted relationships with employers, pursuing a positive outcome for all. 

Salary: £19,750 per annum
Post: Permanent, Full-time (37 hours)
Location: Harlow, with travel required across West Essex


Do you have experience of supporting adults with a learning disability and/or autism? 

Do you want to be part of a great team who help people every day?

As an Inclusive Employment Support Officer, known internally as a Sustainability Officer, you’ll be key in ensuring our customers, who are predominately people with learning disabilities and/or autism, achieve sustainable employment.

You will hold a caseload of customers in employment and maintain communication with all stakeholders to support their ongoing journey.

This is a great time to join ECL as we expand our Inclusive Employment offering. Bring strong communication skills and the drive to succeed, coupled with a passion to ensure our customers meet their goals.

 

To be considered for the role of Inclusive Employment Support Officer, you need:

  • Experience of supporting adults with a learning disability and/or autism
  • To be confident in building and maintaining relationships
  • Exceptional and adaptable communication skills
  • The ability to work as part of a team, but also on your own initiative
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • The ability to problem solve and make decisions
  • An understanding of or experience of using Training in Systemic Instruction is desirable

To view the full job description for this role, please click here.

Salary: £29,553 - £36,265 pro rata per annum HCAS inclusive
Post: Fixed-term (12 months). Part-time (22.5 hours/week)
Location: North West London


The Peer Employment Specialist will have lived experience of accessing inpatient mental health rehabilitation services or residential care contexts and would want to use their lived experience of recovery to support others in their employment and recovery journey. 

Under the supervision of the Employment Lead and clinical teams, the Peer Employment Specialist will manage a caseload of inpatient service users who have experienced mental health problems who wish to return to paid employment as well as exploring all other vocational goals. The Peer Employment Specialist will utilise their lived experience of recovery, and of employment in recovery, directly in their role to inspire the hope and belief that people with mental health difficulties can thrive in employment.

This Band 5 Peer Employment Specialist post is a 1-year fixed term contract for 22.5hrs a week.

Salary: £23,310 to £25,470 per annum (part-time pro rata)
Post: Full-time or part-time hours available to the right candidate
Location: Guildford (working across West Surrey, may be required to travel across the county)


Do you want to make a difference to someone’s life?

Do you have the passion and drive to support vulnerable people to reach their employment aspirations? 

At Surrey Choices, we put the people we support at the heart of everything we do, inspiring and challenging them to learn, enjoy and achieve their goals. Our mission is to deliver innovative, sustainable services that enable choice and positive outcomes for the people we support. These services are provided by skilled, engaged and inspired colleagues.

We are currently looking for enthusiastic and committed individuals to join our team at Surrey Choices. Using personalised vocational profiles, you will be supporting people to develop their employability skills within their local community.

As an Employment Support Specialist, you will be required to guide and support customers with their employment aspirations and encouraging access to paid employment, volunteering, and other opportunities in their communities independently. You will support customers with CV writing, interview preparation, job coaching and travel training. The role is varied and interesting and you will be working with young people and adults at different stages in their journeys to employment.

Salary: £23,310 to £25,470 per annum
Post: Full-time (37.5 hours per week)
Location: Redhill (working across East Surrey, may be required to travel across the county)


Do you want to make a difference to someone’s life?

Do you have the passion and drive to support vulnerable people to reach their employment aspirations? 

At Surrey Choices, we put the people we support at the heart of everything we do, inspiring and challenging them to learn, enjoy and achieve their goals. Our mission is to deliver innovative, sustainable services that enable choice and positive outcomes for the people we support. These services are provided by skilled, engaged and inspired colleagues.

We are currently looking for an enthusiastic and committed individual to join our team at Surrey Choices. Using personalised vocational profiles, you will be supporting people to develop their employability skills within their local community in line with their interests and aspirations, helping people to lead more active, independent and healthy lives.

As an Employment Support Specialist, you will be required to guide and support customers with their employment aspirations and encouraging access to paid employment, volunteering, and other opportunities in their communities independently. You will support customers with CV writing, interview preparation, job coaching and travel training.

Contract Permanent Full Time
Salary MPS £25,714 - £36,961 + SEN 2 £4,479 + TLR3 £1,000
Location Bradfields Specialist SEN Academy Medway Towns, Kent
Start Date January 2023 or sooner if available

Fortis Trust seeks to employ a Subject Leader to drive forward their Work Related Learning provision throughout the Trust.

Salary: £22,500 pro rata
Post: Fixed Term: 11 Months. Full-time (37 hours)
Location: Royal Borough of Greenwich


An exciting opportunity has arisen to work with the Specialist Employment Service as a Travel Trainer in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. Whilst this post is advertised via Kent County Council your employment will be with The Education People.

This role will focus on delivering Travel Training to SEND students - Successfully travel training students to travel to and from school/college independently using public transport across the Royal Borough of Greenwich. To do this, candidates will work remotely, working full time 37hrs pw, term time only across split shifts - early mornings *7.30am – 9am before school/college and after school/college 3pm – 5pm* and allowing for journey planning and administration time within the day - e.g., travel assessments, database entries.  *Times are subject to change due to student need.

Full staff training and a comprehensive induction programme will be provided, please note training may take place in Gravesend and other Kent locations.

The role demands excellent communication skills and an ability to empower and motivate students while supporting them to travel independently using public transport and walking.  You will be able to work off your own initiative, as well as being able to work well in a team.

You will be part of The Specialist Employment Service, who is a supported employment service committed to supporting and enabling individuals with disabilities and disadvantages to successfully enter and sustain paid employment, apprenticeships, and internships.

We are looking for self-motivated individuals who have a genuine interest in supporting people with disabilities and disadvantages.