Project Supervisor – Working Solutions
Salary: Circa 22,000-24,000
Hours: 37.5hrs per week
3 Location Positions: Bedford, Central Bedfordshire and Luton
This new role has been created due to the Academy’s success and recent expansion. It is initially fixed term until March 2021, if successful it is highly likely to be extended and / or made permanent.
This Building Better Opportunities Project is funded by the European Social Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund.
NOAH Enterprise is a charity that helps homeless and disadvantaged people to improve their lives by providing emotional and physical care, training in employable skills and work experience opportunities in our charitable businesses. We are truly driven by our values of Care, Compassion and Commitment, which have their roots in Saint Vincent de Paul, whose life was the inspiration behind the founding of NOAH.
Due to the growth in demand and the success of our services in meeting the needs of the people we serve, we are seeking to recruit three Project Supervisors who will live out our core values in managing and organising our new Working Solutions project. The main duties will include the daily running and delivery of a job club and support services, volunteer recruitment and supervision, booking and delivering 1:1 mentoring and support sessions and liaising with colleagues and referral partners to optimise attendance and meet targets.
Working as part of a strong team across NOAH to support people in moving away from homelessness and into sustainable living through employment, you will develop and supervise the delivery of high quality support services that meet the needs and aspirations of the people we seek to serve.
The ideal candidates will have the skills and ability to build strong and productive relationships with our funders and referral partners and meet or exceed their expectations in terms of outcomes for learners and the quality of delivery.
This role will also include traveling between sites, so having your own transport will be essential. Due to the nature of the role you will need to be able to work independently as well as part of a strong and supportive team, the ideal candidate will share our values and ethos, enjoy working with people and view improving the lives and opportunities of others as a key motivator.
To find out more about this exciting and rewarding opportunity or to download an application form please click on the links below.