Participation Assistant – Inverclyde

Are you searching for an entry level position with the opportunity to develop and progress with the right support?

Our Pre-Employment Training Programme can help you start the path to achieving your career goals

We have a fantastic opportunity as a Participation Assistant, 20 hours a week, £8.45 per hour, working in Inverclyde.

We are looking to recruit care experienced young people between 16 and 29 years old, where you will participate in a range of activities designed to develop your confidence, motivation and will help us decide who is ready to take up the exciting opportunity of progressing further.

We are looking for reliable and committed candidates who will fully participate in the programme, and in turn we will support you to succeed during your post and identify longer term goals in work or education.

To begin the recruitment process, we are holding an information session on Tuesday 28th November 2017 at Who Cares? Scotland National Office, 5 Oswald Street, Glasgow, G1 4QR. This will give you the chance to meet with staff, and allow you to hear more detail about the pre-employment training programme as well as the actual job opportunity on offer.

Attendance at the information day is an extremely important part of this process and it will ensure you are able to make a well-informed decision about whether this opportunity is right for you.

The 2-week Pre-Employment Training Programme then starts on Tuesday 5th December 2017. Once you have successfully completed this, you may have the opportunity to apply for the Participant Assistant role funded by Life Changes Trust.

If you meet the above criteria can you email with your contact details, and we will get back to you to confirm receipt of your email and provide you with any further information, and instructions for the completion of the application form. If you wish to discuss any of the above in more detail, please contact Peter McGregor at the Who Cares? Scotland National Office on 0141 226 4441.


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