Cornwall Neighbourhoods for Change (CN4C) is a charity and a social enterprise which aims to transform the quality of life for people, places and communities.

We’ve been around since 2001 and are focused on affecting change that will make lives better, make Cornwall fairer and combat inequality and injustice.

We are now looking for a Young People Learning Co-ordinator to join us for a fixed term contract, working 30 hours per week.

The Benefits

- Salary of £20,233.20 per annum
- Employers contribution pension scheme
- NHS Top-Up Healthcare plan membership for all staff
- Join an organisation that is empowering communities in Cornwall

This is a fantastic opportunity for a teaching professional with great leadership skills and experience of working with young people with complex needs to advance their career with us whilst making a real difference to young people in St Austell.

Supporting a range of deserving young people, you will ensure that they are not pushed to the edge of society and that they can play an important and worthwhile role, making a valuable contribution. You will guide these incredible individuals into training or education enabling them to become successful adults.

What’s more, you will discover a programme team who are friendly and innovative, helpful and eager to affect change. So, if you are ready to consolidate your skills and deliver results for Cornwall’s young population, this is the role for you.

The Role

As a Young People Learning Co-ordinator, you will be responsible for overseeing the delivery of the Taking Our Successes and Achievements Together (TOAST) programme in St Austell.

TOAST supports young people that would otherwise not be in education, employment or training, and have additional support needs, including Educational Healthcare Plans.

Your role will include line managing a Learning Support Practitioner and supporting the Young People Manager with the administration of the programme.

Helping develop the service, you will focus on progressing the programme in St Austell and incorporating what matters to people as well as input from our members, staff, stakeholders, partners, funders and the wider community.

About You

To be considered as a Young People Learning Co-ordinator, you will need:

- A PGCE or equivalent teaching qualification
- Strong team leadership skills with the ability to motivate and support a team
- Experience of working with young people with complex needs
- An understanding how to overcome the barriers for people facing multiple and complex needs
- An understanding of the need for confidentiality and equal opportunities
- An understanding how to create a safe operating environment
- An understanding of working with people through traumatic events
- An understanding of community development
- Knowledge and experience of administration systems and procedures and office processes
- Experienced in the use of Microsoft Office products
- Knowledge of Health & Safety legislation
- A high level of interpersonal skills and experience of working with people with multiple and complex needs
- Experience of updating and maintaining data systems
- Experience of providing results and reports to management team and project funders.

Other organisations may call this role Programme Co-ordinator, Learning Project Co-ordinator, Young People Project Co-ordinator, or Education Project Co-ordinator.