We are looking for enthusiastic and self-motivated people to join our team. Experience of working in similar positions is desirable, but training will be given for the successful applicant.
Average 10-12 hours per week - £11.00 per hour
The Gateway Award Project is a life-skills programme (similar to the Duke of Edinburgh Award) working with adults with learning disabilities and/or autism. The project takes place at workshops on Monday and Thursday evenings in Bracknell and at other venues as required. We have a vacancy for a Co-ordinator to supervise staff and volunteers and promote and facilitate the Mencap Gateway Award including supporting adults to enrol on the Award and verify evidence collected by individuals to send for external verification. To lead in providing activities at the workshops and organising trips off-site to meet the requirements of the Gateway Award. To attend training, meetings, outings and special activities as required.
For further details, application form and job specification please contact us on 0300 7778539 or email us.
References and an Enhanced DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check will be carried out on the successful candidate.
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