Mentoring Support Officer - Metro Staffordshire

Recruiter
SOVA
Location
West Midlands
Salary
Competitive
Posted
15 Jun 2017
Expires
21 Jun 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
The people we work with are the reason for everything we do

Do you have the Passion to provide support and mentor adults in your community? If so, we have an exciting opportunity to join our Metro Team

Why Sova is a great place to work

We are proud of what we do and the impact we have on individuals, on families and on the communities to which they belong. We know that people - their skills, capacity and commitment - are the key to delivering and improving Sova services. Our commitment to our employees is to work effectively in partnership with them and to support them to support the clients and communities we work in. We are helping people fulfil their potential, work for Sova and you can fulfil yours.

The rewards of working for Sova do not just end at transforming the lives of the individuals and families we work with. We also offer a range of work based benefits.

Exciting new opportunity

Mentoring Support Officer

Metro - Stafford

Job Reference: MSO1222 - Please ensure you state this reference on your application form

Base: Stafford

Salary range: GBP19,482 - GBP21,147 plus Benefits

Starting salary: GBP19,482

Hours: 35 Hours per week, Full-time

Project funding end date: July 2019

Sova's Mentor Support Officer (MSO) in Staffordshire will work with partners in our Staffordshire NEETs suite of projects.

The MSO will support projects across Staffordshire working with volunteers to support vulnerable adults who are not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET). The MSO role will also support these service users in a one to one capacity, across the county of Staffordshire and will be based at Sova's Stafford office, with in-reach into partner offices. The post holder will be a part of a Sova team providing support across the West Midlands.

Sova's Mentoring Support Officer role will work with NEET adults who may or may not have an offending background, but have been long term unemployed and are in need of extra support. The project will work alongside a number of specialist partners and receive referrals from them.

Closing Date: Midday 29th June 2017

Interviews will be held on: 7th July 2017