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Employability Progressions Coordinator

  • Full time
  • £23,175
  • Newtongrange
  • Closing 31st October 2021


  • Advertised from 11th October 2021
  • FT 35hrs per week £23175 p.a

Role

Inspired to make a positive impact on young people’s lives?

Do you have the skills to engage, inspire and progress young people aged 16-24 towards a positive destination? – if the answer to these questions is yes…

Then read on – we may just be the perfect fit!

We are an innovative and exciting organisation who INSPIRE young people across Scotland to realise their potential and we are looking for someone who shares our passion and commitment to achieve this through delivery of a variety of vocational and employability themed programmes.

This is a full time (35hrs per week) role and the successful applicant will have experience in delivering training and supporting individuals into a positive destination.

Context and Purpose

RUTS is committed to providing vocational training and other support of the highest quality to young people using innovative solutions - This role will work as part of a wider team to facilitate in the planning, delivery and achievement of RUTS programmes.

There is scope to further develop this post creatively with young people.

This is not an exhaustive list and you will be required to contribute to the development of this exciting role in collaboration with the employability programme manager and wider staff team.

The Individual

Will be enthusiastic and committed to working with young people, supporting them to identify and remove barriers and helping them to successfully move into positive destinations and achieve better outcomes.

Values based -

· Innovative – Encouraging and nurturing ideas.

· Networks – Connecting and building relationships

· Seamless – Providing effective service delivery through joined up services

· Participative – Collaborating in the design and implementation of services

· Inclusive – Encouraging diversity, welcoming individuals from all communities

· Responsive – Anticipating change and adapting our services to meet needs

· Empowering – Enabling people to reach their potential

We have a friendly and professional ethos, with a strong commitment to quality and innovation, both in terms of the services and products we provide and the way we work together.

Application notes

For an informal chat or if you have any questions around any aspect of the role please get in touch with Stuart on 0131 663 5736

To apply please send an up to date CV and cover letter detailing why you believe you fit the requirements of the role

Applications should be sent to recruitment@ruts.org.uk

Closing date: noon 31st October


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