Job Vacancies: Young People Inclusion Service

The team will identify the underlying issues for BME young people at risk of exclusion from schools or otherwise struggling in education and their families and seek tailored solutions through mentoring positive activities and workshops to address the underlying problems and reduce school exclusions in the area.

There are vacancies for the following posts

Inclusion manager. REF: SSCM/0815 £18,200 (per annum) 25hrs (flexible hours) 3 year contract

Youth learning mentors/advocates x 3 jobs. REF:YW/0815 £10,400 (per annum) 20 hrs per week 3 year contract

Youth inclusion support worker x 2 jobs. REF:SS/0815 Salary and hours to be confirmed Term time only

For an informal discussion about the posts, phone Abtisam Mohamed on 0114 3030141. For an application pack please contact Khalood on 0114 256 0933: Or e-mail:

Closing Date for Applications: Thursday 20/8/2015 at 4.00pm

Shortlisting: Friday 21/8/2015

Interviews: 25th August and 26th August 2015

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