From £24,000 per annum (pro rata for part-time hours)
24 to 40 hours per week (depending on location)
Based in various locations throughout London, Home Counties and Central England
Intensive Personalised Employment Support (IPES) is a voluntary provision, supporting people with disabilities and complex barriers to find work, sustain employment and make improvements to their health and wellbeing.
Shaw Trust, in partnership with Health 2 Employment and Genius Within, will deliver this specialist IPES programme. Specialist Key Workers from each organisation will form a multi-disciplinary team, sharing their expert knowledge and experience.
As a Key Worker, you will be integral to the success of the programme. You will provide bespoke support to participants, ensuring that they receive the high-quality assistance they need to enable them to move towards their employment goals. Your aim is to ensure that every participants’ journey into sustainable employment is as smooth and well-coordinated as possible.
This role is perfect for someone with proven experience of supporting people with disabilities or long-term health conditions in a recruitment environment. An engaging, empathetic and motivated individual, you will have a strong track record of successfully working to targets, along with the ability to successfully manage a caseload of clients. You will understand the local community and the range of services available within it, and be able to proactively engage with employers to source, create and tailor employment and training opportunities.
You will be working with unemployed customers with Neurodiverse conditions to break down the barriers that prevent them entering into employment, training or education. Your main duties will include case management work, coaching, mentoring and carrying out cognitive assessments.
Closing Date: 5th November 2019
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