To co-ordinate the Foundation’s Extra-Time project, delivering a mentoring programme to young people (aged 13 to 18 years) who are / at risk of being involved in violence and / or criminal activity. To sustain and develop positive relationships with external partners such as West Midlands Police, schools and Pupil Referral Units.
Closing date: Wednesday 8th December 2021
To co-ordinate, the Albion Foundation’s Extra-Time project. The key responsibilities of the post are:
• Plan, develop and deliver a mentoring programme that is engaging and produce Personal Development Plans (PDPs) for all young people to monitor their progress throughout the programme.
• Mentor young people on a one-to-one or small group basis to provide opportunities for personal development and positive behaviour change.
• Develop strong and sustainable relationships with targeted young people, families, schools and other professionals in order to provide personalised support.
• Manage the referral process of young people into the programme.
• Ensure all provision is delivered in a safe environment and all safeguarding and health and safety regulations are adhered to and reported.
• Plan, develop and deliver additional activities that add value to the programme.
• Work closely with the Targeted Co-ordinator to ensure connectivity with the Kicks Targeted programme.
• Ensure monitoring systems and processes such as VIEWS are kept up-to-date and accurate.
• Evaluate the impact of the programme by producing case studies and impact reports.
• Positively and proactively promote The Albion Foundation using a variety of media outlets.
• Any other duties deemed appropriate by your line manager.
• Support the Kicks programme one evening per week.