Intervention Worker - Youth Engagement

Aivi Rosa
£18,000 per annum
05 Oct 2017
27 Oct 2017
Contract Type
Full Time


We are currently seeking a professional individual to join our clients team in South Birmingham as an Intervention Worker (YPP) on a Youth Engagement Initiative.

The successful individual will deliver intensive work focussed pre-employment and appropriate post-employment holistic pastoral support and mentoring support to disadvantaged NEET, inactive and unemployed young people (15-29). Working effectively within and in partnership with other agencies and services to deliver a joined up service to support young people into employment.

You will support a young persons progression using a mix of holistic support, challenge and mentoring techniques, keeping a focus on achieving sustainable employment and/or training/education at all times. At all times working closely with employer engagement/education and training structures and Employment Development Workers elsewhere in the network of YPP providers and in general in order to manage the transition into employment.

This is not a desk bound role, you will be expected to travel within the community visiting individuals and various job centres

Knowledge and Experience required:

  • Possess a robust knowledge and experience of employability and employer focussed job support

  • Able to demonstrate essential employability behaviours and experience in motivating others
  • Possess a robust knowledge of employment related and wider social and economic areas issues and barriers that young people face in assessing employment and experience in addressing these effectively
  • A sound knowledge of partner agencies that support young people in the local area
  • Possess and maintain an understanding of DWP processes and requirements that some young people are likely to be subject to
  • Experience in supporting young people on a one-to-one basis. Demonstrable ability to appropriately apply mentoring and coaching techniques within a solution led approach to the worker/participant relationship. Expereince is valued as much accredited qualifications within these roles. However, as a guide we would expect a minimum that Intervention Workers will demonstrate the capacity to operate at a level commensurate with specific Coach / Mentor NVQ Level 3 accreditation and / or Information, Advice and Guidance NVQ Level 4.

Please note this is a fix term contract until Spring 2018 - however there is potential for growth within the Company

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