Assistant Employability Coach, Edinburgh

Part time, 9am-5pm, Tuesday & Thursday (during school term time)
£152 per week (compliant with DWP Permitted Work requirements)

 

 
This is an exciting new post, and the successful candidate will become part of Rite-to-Work – a new community project for young people. Rite-to-Work provides support and training for small groups of S4 pupils (from two local secondary schools) to help them become ready for a job, apprenticeship or college course when they leave.

The Assistant Employability Coach will support the Lead Coach to deliver this training programme throughout the 2022/23 school year.

Key requirements:
someone who is confident in teenage company and is aware of the kind of challenges they can face
• a sympathetic and calming manner – and a good listener
• resourceful – good at making connections and finding solutions
• good administrative skills

You will have excellent communication skills and be well organised with an interest / experience in working on employability programmes. Above all, you must be enthusiastic and want to support young people who have support needs.

WorkingRite is an outstanding charity supporting young people into employment throughout Scotland. We match 16-24 year olds with local businesses for work placements where they learn new skills and gain confidence. It’s a simple deal that works – 80% of young people who complete our programme progress to full-time jobs or apprenticeships.

 

 

Application deadline – 5pm on Wednesday 17th August 2022

JOB DESCRIPTION

APPLICATION FORM

 

Please submit your completed application, along with an equal opportunities monitoring form to recruit@workingrite.co.uk. CVs will not be accepted.
WorkingRite is an accredited Living Wage Employer.

 

Data Impact Lead or Consultant

salary negotiable depending on experience – full or part time post or consultancy considered

 

 
We are looking for an enthusiastic, self-motivated, skilled and well-organised individual with excellent attention to detail to join the team in a new role, or to provide consultancy, to provide specialised support to the Senior Leadership Team and wider organisation. The post is funded initially through the CAF Resilience Fund.

We need an experienced individual to fulfil a Data Impact Lead role that will take organisation wide responsibility for WorkingRite’s impact and evaluation requirements. This will include an analysis of our current CRM database (Salesforce) and development of appropriate systems to record, analyse, monitor and evaluate our programmes to provide impact and statistical information, ongoing management, improvement of impact evidence and evaluation reports.

The role will be based remotely, with some travel to WorkingRite project areas, and will extend our ability to maximise impactful data collection which demonstrates our impact on young people through all stages of WorkingRite’s training programme. Your job will be to evaluate and rebuild our current CRM Database system (Salesforce), liaise with the Senior Leadership Team and front-line project delivery staff to make positive changes to our data collection and impact reporting mechanisms, and take into account the requirements of current and future funders.

We need someone who can:

• Use knowledge to evaluate current data collection and reporting

• Use technical skills to make changes to the current CRM system – or manage migration to a new one

• Create internal systems to co-ordinate needs and use

• Act as a natural connector of information and need

• Work to targets

• Provide specialised support to SLT and offer new and creative ideas

You will have excellent communication skills and be well organised. Above all, you must be enthusiastic, motivated and keen to play a key role within a charity supporting young people at the start of their careers.

WorkingRite is an outstanding charity supporting young people into employment throughout Scotland. We match 16-24 year olds with local businesses for work placements where they learn new skills and gain confidence. It’s a simple deal that works – 80% of young people who complete our programme progress to full-time jobs or apprenticeships.

 

Ongoing – please contact Scott Christie for further details

 

Currently being recruited:

 

Project Coordinator, South Glasgow – maternity cover (July 2022)

Our most recently filled posts include:

 

Mentoring Project Manager, Glasgow (January 2022)

Project Coordinator, north west Glasgow (April 2021)

Two Project Coordinators, south Glasgow (January & April 2021)

Youth Employability Coordinator, Aberdeen (September 2020)

Youth Employability Coordinator, Kilmarnock (August 2020)