This is a perfect role if you want support to advance your career, make a difference in the lives of young people whilst earning an additional income. Only apply if you live in Liverpool, Manchester, or London!
You’ll need to be available 5 hours per week to lead ReachOut mentoring sessions to a group of 12-16 young people and their volunteer mentors in a primary or secondary school.
Only apply if you live in Liverpool, Manchester, or London!
Spend 3 hours preparing and planning your ReachOut mentoring sessions using ReachOut’s bank of activities to lead and deliver engaging sessions for 2 hours each week
Support the 12-16 young people in your sessions to raise their aspirations, develop their character, and build their academic attainment and self-confidence
Complete monitoring and evaluation activities to ensure sessions are as impactful as possible and set up strategies with the help of your line manager to help each young person in your group reach their mentoring goal
Manage and support a group of 12-16 volunteer mentors
Keep in touch with the parents/carers of the young people in your group about attendance, successes and challenges
Run extracurricular activities in your session or support extracurricular practitioner run their sessions
Follow ReachOut’s policies and procedures to safeguard young people
You are available for 3 hours of flexible working remotely and for 2 hours at the same time and same-day on a weekly basis in a local partner school from
o 3:30 – 5:30 pm in primary schools from October to April during term time
o either 5:00 – 7:00 pm or 6:00 – 8:00 pm in secondary schools from October to June during term time
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Commitment to being an inclusive and diverse organisation
ReachOut is committed to being an inclusive and diverse organisation, and we live by our core Character Strengths of Fairness, Good judgement, Self-Control and Staying Power. We, therefore, welcome applications from people of all ethnicities, ages, religious beliefs, gender identities, sexual orientation and any other protected characteristics, to provide a diverse range of experience, ideas and insights into our work.
We recognise that having support from staff and volunteers with a shared experience, can further help our young people develop and learn. More than half of the young people we work with are from Black Caribbean, Black African, Bangladeshi and Turkish backgrounds, yet we tend to get fewer applications from people within these communities.
ReachOut wants to increase the representation of our young people amongst our Project Leaders, so if you are from these ethnic groups, we would particularly appreciate receiving your applications.
Please note, if you are a successful candidate you will be required to undergo an enhanced criminal records check with the Disclosure and Barring Service. ReachOut will cover the cost of the check and guide you through the process. All staff have a responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and adults. The post holder will undertake the appropriate level of training and is responsible for ensuring that they understand and work within the safeguarding policies of the organisation.
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