Project Coordinator – Supported Employment

Various London Locations
£28,500 per annum
05 Mar 2019
25 Mar 2019
Full Time
Contract Type

Our client is a user led organisation managed and controlled by disabled people.

The purpose of the Project Coordinator is to coordinate the delivery of a pilot follow-on support service for 36 young Disabled people across their West London Supported Internship projects, supporting them into paid work.

Role: Project Coordinator
Salaries: £28,500
Hours: 37.5 hours a week
Location: Various London Locations
Contract: Fixed - term
Job level: Experienced

The role

You will begin working with the interns in the third term of their supported internship where they have been supported to work in a variety of work placements. You will be required to liaise with the Job Coaches, Supported Employment Co-ordinators, Tutor’s and host employers on the Supported Internships to assess and identify the interests and skill sets of individuals.

You will use this information to identify appropriate employment opportunities, approach and engage with employers on behalf of potential candidates or support them to make approaches. You will offer advice and guidance for accessible recruitment and employment, negotiating reasonable adjustments for their candidates. You will build a network of employers and maintain those relationships with the aim of creating ongoing pipelines that connect the graduates with their vacancies.

You will also recruit and coordinate a bank of job coaches to deliver in-work support to those graduates who gain paid employment.

Background to the role

Our client's Employment Service continues to set the agenda for disability employment across London with great results. They have carved out a role, and reputation, for setting up and delivering supported internships for people with learning disabilities. They provide management, job coaching and employer engagement for over 50 young people with learning disabilities each year across their internship sites

Your profile

You are passionate about supporting people with learning disabilities and autism to become independent. You have a good working knowledge of the social model of disability. Ideally you have some experience in supported employment or a similar role. You have an outgoing, positive, empathetic, assertive personality and a clear and straightforward communication style.

Their offer to you

They offer a diverse, supportive and positive environment that fosters creativity and innovation within a dedicated team who are passionate about removing the barriers that disabled people face.

Closing date: 25th March 2019

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