London Learning Consortium (LLC) is an established ESFA, ESF and GLA Prime delivering a range of Training and Education programmes across London and the South.
We deliver a strong and diverse curriculum of accredited and non-accredited courses delivered by ourselves and several locally based partners. These include Adult Education Budget and Community learning, ESF, Traineeships, Apprenticeships and Adult Learning Loans.
LLC is a Grade 2 Ofsted provider with very high learner and employer satisfaction and achievement rates.
Due to the growth of our Organisation, LLC is launching a range of new youth programmes in collaboration with Dv8 Sussex, to complement the wide range of Adult and workplace courses currently on offer.
We are therefore seeking to appoint a Youth Services Project Coordinator to join our growing youth provision and make an impact on the lives of young people in our local area.
The post holder will lead on the initial recruitment onto courses, networking with local youth support and referral agencies as well as holding initial Information Advice and Guidance session with applicants.
Contract Type: Permanent with a six-month probationary period.
Salary: £25,801 - £26,317 per annum depending on experience
Working Pattern: 5 days per week; 7 hours per day; 35 hours per week.
LLC Employee Benefits:
- Holiday Entitlement: 25 Days per year plus Bank Holidays
- Auto-Enrolled Pension Scheme: 4% Contribution from Employer & Employee (Postponed for first three months of employment)
- Eye Test Voucher
- Employee Assistance Programme
How to Apply:
For more information about the role please refer to our website for access to the detailed job description & person specification.
Please apply by submitting your CV supported by a covering letter. Applicants that are then invited for interview will be invited to download and complete a formal application form and submit this to Kay Ward, HR Manager.
Closing Date: 12pm on Monday 2nd November 2020
Interview Date: Week Commencing: 9th November 2020
LLC is committed to safeguarding, prevent and promoting the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. As part of our safeguarding & prevent commitment, appointment to any post is subject to receipt of a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) disclosure.
The organisation encourages the development of an environment in which diversity is valued. An important part of putting this into practice is a commitment to prohibit discrimination on the grounds of disability in all employment matters, to increase employment opportunities for people who have a disability and to ensure that its recruitment and selection processes are fully accessible.
The ideal of accessibility underpins this Statement and includes not only access to the built environment, but also to information and services. Furthermore, it means independent access, or, at least, access with minimal assistance. An important step towards becoming more welcoming to people with disabilities is understanding that services, methods of working and the built environment may themselves be enabling or disabling.
All Organisation staff, students, visitors and contractors are expected to treat people with disabilities with respect.
Discrimination in recruitment, selection or employment is treated seriously by the Organisation and could provide grounds for disciplinary action. Furthermore, individuals who discriminate on the grounds of disability may be liable under the Equality Act 2010.
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