Location: Employment Support
Contract Type: Fixed term
Closing Date: 02 July 2021
Salary: 21,974 rising to 24,836 (pro-rata)
Specific Hours: 37
Job Title: Tutor Mentor
Fixed term 31st December 2021 (potential to extend up to 30th June 2022 dependent upon further funding agreement)
The salary for this position is £21,974 which rises to £24,836 following a successful 6 month probation period
Full (37 hours)
Overall Purpose of Job
To work as part of a small team to deliver a package of coaching, mentoring and training to improve the confidence and skills of young people in Kickstart roles, enabling them to progress into sustainable employment.
To deliver a range of level 1 and 2 qualifications to a caseload of participants to enable them access a range of flexible learning pathways and motivate/mentor them to improve their skills profile.
Work with employers to support them during the Kickstart programme to ensure each role completes successfully, and they are assisted to retain employees where possible.
Achieve targets of mentoring number of sustained jobs and apprenticeships for participants
As part of the Ongo Communities team you will also be jointly responsible for contributing towards the achievement of Ongo’s strategic and operational targets and overall company aims.
Coach and mentor participants assigned to caseload and support them to move forward towards a long term career.
Work with the Coordinator to design and deliver a programme of training and development alongside their role and ensure each young person completes their Kickstart training programme
Create and deliver action plans for each participant and record progress, outcomes and results.
Work with the Project Coordinator to plan and deliver a range of qualifications within an agreed skill level determined by the needs of employers and participants.
Ensure compliance with NCFE and other relevant awarding bodies.
Meet own project targets in respect of the project outputs and results.
Provide appropriate information for reports and data on progress and performance of the project and attend team progress meetings as required.
Work as part of a team to ensure the monitoring system is maintained to provide the key information, statistics and reports required.
Assist in the collation and input of monthly claims ready for checking and submission by the Project Coordinator.
Ensure the effective sharing of information between key partners having regard to relevant legislation in respect of confidentiality and data protection.
To participate in personal support and supervision, undertake personal development training as appropriate to the post.
Undertake other duties and responsibilities appropriate to the grading of the post as considered appropriate
Creativity and Innovation:
Contacts & Relationships
Decision Making - Discretion
Responsibility for Resources
Decision Making - Consequences
Normal physical effort
Mainly office based, but with a need to visit the Company’s offices that are spread across the North Lincolnshire area and potential customers spread across the Humber region.
Some risk to personal safety due to lone working
Knowledge, Skill & Experience Required
Manager - To have an understanding of the organisations risk management process. To be able to identify, analyse and evaluate risks that may affect the achievement of service and organisational objectives. To manage and respond to risks appropriately.
Health & Safety
To be aware of risks to personal safety, other employees, customers, company property and company reputation and to promote a culture of risk mitigation in the planning and execution of all tasks
Environment and Sustainability