Latest Vacancies

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Salary: £21,410 - £22,710 per annum 
Post: Various posts, Full-time and part-time
Locations: 1: Ashford, Surrey (3 posts); 2: Guildford, Surrey (5 posts) (all postholders may be required to travel across the county) 

 

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

Do you share our Core Values? 

We want to ensure people with disabilities have opportunities to achieve the same as everyone else. Our role is to provide creative and sustainable support which enables people to live active and healthy lives in their local communities in ways that they choose. Our Core Values guide how we work and inform our decision making. As an organisation we are in a good place, we have a great team, and we are excited about our plans for the future. 

We are currently looking for enthusiastic and committed individuals to join us as Employment Support Specialists to assist people to reach their goals of finding and keeping a job and to make a real difference to someone’s life. 

Salary: Bucks Pay Range 3 FTE £22,245 - £24,059        [Actual Pro rata Salary £8,584 - £9,283]
Hours: 16 Hours a week 3 days a week. Term time + 2 weeks and inset days (41 weeks per year) 
Post: Fixed Term until 31st March 2022, there is a possibility for this to be extended subject to further funding.
Location: The post is dual location between Aylesbury and Stony Dean School in Amersham

 

The Buckinghamshire Adult Learning Supported Internship is an exciting and innovative supported employment programme in partnership with Stony Dean School. It is designed to bridge the gap between Post 16 education and successful long term employment. 

Due to expansion, we are looking to recruit a part-time administrator with a range of skills that are suitable for working in a school and as well as a business environment. There is also an exciting opportunity for career progression to undertake a nationally accredited Job Coach training course and become part of the team supporting young adults in the workplace.

We are looking for a driven and self-motivated individual to provide an effective and efficient administration service for the Supported internship team who would like to be part of a growing programme. The successful candidate will need to be confident, adaptable, organised, and most importantly have a flexible approach. We are looking for a person that is dynamic and flexible, with high standards of literacy, numeracy and IT literate. You will be committed to improving life chances for young adults with a learning difficulty and/or disability.

Salary: £23,541 - £27,041
Posts: Full-time. Initially to December 2023
Location: County Durham


Durham is seeking to recruit 6 full-time Job Coaches, initially until December 2023, for its DurhamEnable service. The service will rely on flexible approaches to working to meet the needs of our customers. This will include a blended approach to community, office and home-based work. Flexibility in working hours may be required within the team to deliver a personalised approach to our work. 

We would like to announce an exciting new Supported Employment Service, DurhamEnable, coming to County Durham. Our aim is to support individuals with disabilities and mental ill health progress into and remain in paid work opportunities.  
We are seeking to appoint a number of Job Coaches to create a diverse and inclusive team who can demonstrate resilient qualities and hold high aspirations for people with disabilities and mental ill health. We welcome applicants who have experience from a range of organisations, with transferable skill sets as well as a strong underlying set of social values and core beliefs.

Salary: £26,520 per annum + excellent benefits & training
Post: Full-time
Location: London


An exciting opportunity has arisen for a passionate and self-motivated Programme Coordinator to join our Employ Me programme within our Lifestyle and Works team.

At Mencap, we value a diverse and inclusive workplace and we intentionally plan for the success of our colleagues in everything we do. We welcome applications from everyone, so come as you are and join us. Together we are Mencap!

The role will be home based with an expectation that some work will take place at our Centre of Engagement in Central London and other satellite offices in the Greater London Authority area. This is a full time (37.5 hrs per week) contract to June 2023.

Mencap are recruiting a Programme Coordinator to work within the Lifestyles & Work Employ Me team. Employ Me is Mencap’s model for supported employment. We are really excited to be recruiting to this role which will manage a fantastic new programme of work which we have recently been successful in securing. 

Salary: £33,058 per annum + excellent benefits & training
Post: Full-time
Location: London


Mencap are recruiting a Programme Lead to work within the Lifestyles & Work Employ Me team. Employ Me is Mencap’s model for supported employment. We are really excited to be recruiting to this role which will lead a fantastic new programme of work which we have recently been successful in securing.  

As Programme Lead you will manage the successful delivery of the Employ Me GLA (Greater London Authority) ESF (European Social Fund) programme in London. This programme aims to support NEET (Not in Education, Employment, Training) SEND (Special Education Needs and Disabilities) young people who have learning difficulties, disabilities and autism to access sustained employment, education and training.

We are looking for someone who is passionate about delivering sustainable outcomes for young people and who can develop excellent relationships with key stakeholders.  Over the duration of the project we are looking to work with 650 young people so this gives us a real chance to make a difference and change lives!

Salary: £27,724
Post: Permanent, full-time
Location: Home based with national travel


Mencap are recruiting for a new and exciting role of Career Leader to join our Lifestyles and Work team. This is a full time (37.5 hrs per week) permanent role and it will be home based with national travel.

The role of Careers Leader is to develop and implement Mencap’s Careers Programme across each of Mencap’s employment programmes and to ensure that Mencap meets the eight Gatsby Benchmarks.

The Careers Leader will deliver high quality, impartial careers advice and will ensure that delivery teams are equipped with the knowledge and skills to do so. You will take accountability for the delivery of Mencap’s programme of Careers Education, Information and Advice & Guidance (CEIAG) within a Lifestyles & Work’s CEIAG strategy.