High School Hub Mentor

Recruiter
Blackpool FC Community Trust
Location
Blackpool,Lancashire,United Kingdom
Salary
£20,100 - £24,431 Per Year
Posted
26 Jul 2022 17:54
Closes
23 Aug 2022 23:59
Reference
1681058717
Sector
Academy
Job Level
Administrator / Coordinator/ Assistant
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

High School Hub Mentor

High School Hub Mentor - £20,100 - £24,431 + Benefits- Blackpool, LancashireThe RoleDo you possess a proven track record of successfully working with young people with various needs? Are you passionate about the supporting young people in reaching their potential? If so, we have an exciting new challenge for you!We have an amazing opportunity for you to work as part of the Blackpool FC Community Trust High School Hub Mentoring programme. The programme works to raise aspirations, build resilience, and increase mental health of pupils across Blackpool to support them in their journey through education.Reporting to the Secondary Education Manager, you will be appointed to support, and mentor identified pupils within Blackpool Secondary Schools through a range of provision including Premier League Inspires, transition support, one to one mentoring, and the Enterprise programme enabling them to achieve the best they can academically, socially, and emotionally.Key Responsibilities:The key responsibilities of a High School Hub Mentor but are not limited to: To deliver core classroom based BFCCT programmes including PL Inspires and Enterprise programmes covering topics in mental health and resilience as well as business and entrepreneurial skills To work with the school pastoral team and teachers to identify pupils in need of extra support. To develop plans of support and workshops that, for most pupils, will develop resilience, life skills and the ability to work towards their educational targets and life goals. To liaise with the schools keeping them well informed about their pupils which you mentor/support. To attend team meetings and those that are specifically in relation to the pupils that you mentor/support. To provide regular written reports/case studies of the work you undertake within schools. To work with the Secondary Education Manager to evaluate and where necessary continually develop the High School Hub Officer programme. To ensure the Designated Safeguarding Officer of the school and BFCCT is informed immediately of any concerns relating to safeguarding in relation to the pupils you support. To develop strong partnerships with schools, BFCCT community programmes and other external agencies who can support the programme delivery. To support in consultation projects with young people to promote youth voice and enable the development of BFCCT provision and supportThe TrustBlackpool FC Community Trust is the official charity of Blackpool FC, based at Bloomfield Road Stadium. Working with residents as young as two years old up to adults in the later stages of life, BFCCT provide a diverse range of programmes to increase social inclusion opportunities; improve physical fitness; health and education; and lessen involvement in anti-social behaviour.In recent years the Trust has grown significantly and has become an established organisation, providing something for everybody, that every Blackpool FC fan and resident should be involved in and very proud of.The Benefits Membership to Perkbox discount platform 28 days annual leave (inclusive of 8 days bank holidays) increasing by five days after five years of employment Community Trust staff kit Use of work laptop Allowance for work related expenses Support with work related CPD opportunities Club shop employee discount (20%) The Corner Flag restaurant employee discount (40%) Free parking on siteThe PersonThe key skills and qualities of a High School Hub Mentor: Safeguarding (can be completed after appointment if lapsed). First Aid (can be completed after appointment if lapsed) Knowledge of safeguarding and child protection. Knowledge and understanding of issues affecting the lives of young people and their education. Monitoring and evaluation of programmes/initiatives. Proven track record of successfully working with young people with various needs and who are hard to engage. Ability to plan and develop creative and imaginative support and learning strategies. Ability to engage, empathise and support the personal development of young people. Experience of working with young people in a one to one or group work setting. Experience designing and developing schemes of work to a high standard. Full driving license and the use of a vehicle.This job will be subject to satisfactory references and enhanced DBS procedures.If you feel you have the required skills and experience to join Blackpool FC Community Trust as a High School Hub Mentor, then please click the apply now button to visit our website and download the application form