CHEXS is a ‘Charitable Incorporated Organisation’ whose primary aim and passion is to advance education for the public benefit through the provision of educational support for both children and adults alike. This includes an increasingly wide range of extra-curricular activities, extended services and family support for the benefit of all members of our local and extended community.
Every one matters!
We aim to create a united community working together with a sense of belief and ownership tackling local issues and improving community relationships
We want to help people have a better home life through improved communication, relationships and life skills for the whole family
We engage children & young people in positive activities within the community, to help raise self-esteem, confidence and aspirations whilst developing vital life skills.
We work tirelessly to make a difference and our focus is always to put families’ and communities’ best interests at the heart of everything we do.
We endeavor to ensure that CHEXS’ diligence, passion, professionalism, enthusiasm, loyalty and local knowledge provides support for all the families and local communities that we serve.
There are currently no vacancies.
Part Time Outreach Mentor
Children & Young People Support Lead
15 hours per week for 38 weeks per year. Days & times negotiable:
£5700 (FTE £19500) Role to Start September 2018
1 year fixed term contract with the possibility of extension for up to 2 years
We are seeking an experienced and motivated Outreach Mentor to help children and young people to increase their confidence and self esteem to support their personal and social development.
This role will be working closely with children, young people, families and a range of professionals from all agencies. The main aim of this role is to assist and enable children and young people from families experiencing multiple disadvantages to participate in a range of activities and services to help overcome barriers to attainment and social wellbeing.
The ideal candidate will have a good understanding of social emotional, behavioural and mental health difficulties. How to implement education and care to young people with this need. You will need to have a positive approach as well as being patient with good behaviour management. Have a good level of English with previous experience working with children, young people, and the knowledge and understanding of how to respond to a diversity of needs and backgrounds.
A full job description and person specification are available on the CHEXS website. Interested candidates should complete and download the CHEXS Outreach Mentor Application form and email it to Linda Jeeves CHEXS Office Manager: lindaJ@chexs.co.uk
The closing date for the job application is 5pm on Friday 29th June 2018, The Interviews will take place on the Wednesday 11th July 2018. For further information please contact Pete Maiden on Tel: 07974262875