S&C Programme Lead Tutor & Coach

Job Description
Hours: 40 hours per week
Salary Level: £21,892 – £23,892 plus benefits
Contract: Permanent position, full time
Reports to: Plymouth Education Programme Manager
Start Date: negotiable to suit candidate (in order to recruit quality staff)
Closing date for applications: Friday 1st July 2022 5.00pm

Argyle Community Trust is looking for an enthusiastic, charismatic, and dedicated individual to deliver our year 14 strength and conditioning programme that was originally introduced in September 2022. Working as a part of the successful Post 16 education team and reporting to the Plymouth Education Programme Manager, you will inspire and ensure that every young person that goes through the year 14 strength and conditioning programme with us will have an opportunity to thrive and succeed.

The role as S&C Programme Lead Tutor/ Coach will be to deliver YMCA qualifications, along with vocationally related qualifications and NVQs in Sport. The successful candidate must have in-depth knowledge of the YMCA Level 2 Gym Instructors and Level 3 Personal Trainer (Practitioner) specification and will teach these qualifications through practical and theoretical delivery, for students aged 18-19 years, offered in partnership with Argyle Community Trust and City College Plymouth. The role involves working with learners in a group and/or one-to-one basis, delivering all aspects of the qualifications in a variety of subjects and levels.

The tutor will also be a member of the coaching team helping young players, enrolled on the programme, to utilise and apply the knowledge they develop in the classroom into practice in team sports. Experience of delivering young people’s football training sessions is therefore essential.

The position will be based at Home Park, Plymouth; the candidate will be expected to work across the Argyle Community Trust as and when needed which could include some weekend and evening work. The candidate must understand the importance of monitoring and evaluation and be confident in ICT and data entry. This is a part of the role which will help develop the Trust’s reports and feedback to its multiple partners. As a registered charity, the Community Trust works, in close conjunction with Plymouth Argyle Football Club and with many people across several sectors where sport has proven to be the ideal tool for creating lasting engagement with a diverse range of individuals.

Argyle Community Trust is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age. Argyle Community Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all participants on our programmes and promotes robust policies to ensure that our staff and volunteers adhere to safe practices. The successful candidate will be subject to undertaking enhanced DBS checks prior to employment.

If you can meet the specifications and would like to become part of the Argyle Community Trust team, please complete our online application form https://forms.gle/Lr5x7kHHEndy7jAL6 In your covering letter you should draw on relevant aspects of your experience, including paid employment and voluntary work or training to demonstrate how your skills, experience and personal qualities match the requirements of this job specification. If you would like further information or wish to discuss any aspect of the post please contact Actrecruitment@pafc.co.uk

For further information about the work of Argyle Community Trust and our strategic aims visit https://argylecommunitytrust.co.uk/about-us/

Administrator

Job description
Hours: 40 hours per week – Flexible start/finish times
Salary: £20,000 per annum
Contract term: Permanent
Reports to: Office and Finance Manager
Location: Plymouth
Closing date for applications: Tuesday 21st June at 5pm
Interviews on Tuesday 28th June from 12pm

Argyle Community Trust is looking to recruit an Administrator to support with the Trust’s central financial and organisational administration. Supported by the Office and Finance Manager the successful candidate will play a important part in helping the Trust to deliver its exciting and diverse range of programmes by providing vital office functions to our busy departments and managers.

The candidate must have experience of supporting in a range of administrative contexts and settings, including schools and/or further education would be desirable. We would also expect the successful candidate to have strong organisational and communication skills.

Argyle Community Trust is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age. As a registered charity, the Community Trust works, in close conjunction with Plymouth Argyle Football Club, with many people across several sectors where sport has proven to be the ideal tool for creating lasting engagement with individuals.

Argyle Community Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all participants on our programmes and promotes robust policies to ensure that our staff and volunteers adhere to safe practices. The successful candidate will be subject to undertaking safer recruitment including enhanced DBS checks prior to employment.

How to apply
If you can meet the specifications and would like to become part of the Argyle Community Trust team, please complete the application form via the link below and upload a covering letter which should draw on all relevant aspects of your experience, including paid employment and/or voluntary work and training to demonstrate how your skills, experience and personal qualities match the requirements of this job specification above.

https://forms.gle/u21eSd2TXHQXVzMF7

NCS Engagement Officer

Job Description
Hours: 40 hours per week; some evening and weekend work is a requirement of the post
Salary: £20,000 p.a.
Contract: Full-time, permanent.
Reports to: Impact and NCS Contract Manager
Area: Plymouth
Start Date: July or sooner if available
Closing date for applications: 24th June 2022

Argyle Community Trust is looking to recruit an individual who is passionate about supporting young people’s development through the role of Student Support Officer. Working as a member of our successful NCS team, this role will encompass support and delivery for all elements of our NCS programme but will have a particular focus on three key elements:

1. NCS Skills Booster:
The design and delivery of engaging and interactive PSHE lessons in mainstream and non-mainstream schools to form the NCS Skills Booster- School Support programme. Our NCS Skills Booster programme involves the delivery of Year 11 PSHE lessons, with 15 hours of sessions delivered to each student we work with. These lessons, designed and delivered by the Student Support Officer, should be fun, interactive and focus on a combination of the following topics: Post-COVID Socialisation, Citizenship, British Values, Health and Wellbeing, Careers and Progression Guidance, Employability, Skills for Independent Living.

2. Changemakers Action Group Recruitment:
The NCS Changemakers programme is a community engagement programme, in which young people (aged 15-18) lead on the design and delivery of social action projects, guided by the needs of the local community. The Student Support Officer will be responsible for recruitment of young people to our NCS Changemakers local action group – a group of young people who want to make a difference to their community.

3. Changemakers Workshops and Projects:
The Student Support Officer should engage with local stakeholders to create social action opportunities, as well as run engaging workshops that work with the young people to design and build their own local action group and project. These bi-weekly workshops and social action planning meetings will take place primarily in the evenings.

We are looking for someone with a passion for working with young people of KS4 age within a wide range of settings (including schools, youth centres, local estates, and sports centres) and the ability to develop and present session resources that enthuse and engage with young people. Some experience in managing challenging groups and/or individuals is essential along with an understanding of the barriers that some young people face in achieving their ambitions. Good, in-depth knowledge of community cohesion programmes is also desirable. Working during evenings, weekends, and residential projects will occasionally be necessary, as will working in parts of Cornwall and Devon. This will occur in line with the structures and demands of the programmes.

We would expect the candidate to understand the importance of monitoring and evaluation and be confident in ICT and data entry. This part of the role will help develop and improve the Trust’s reporting to its partners and funders and will ensure that we continually refine and improve our provisions.

Argyle Community Trust is an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age. Argyle Community Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all participants within our programmes and promotes robust policies to ensure that our staff and volunteers adhere to safe practices. The successful candidate will be subject to undertaking enhanced DBS checks prior to employment.

If you can meet the specifications and would like to become part of the Argyle Community Trust team, please complete our online application form https://forms.gle/Lr5x7kHHEndy7jAL6. In your covering letter you should draw on relevant aspects of your experience, including paid employment and voluntary work or training to demonstrate how your skills, experience and personal qualities match the requirements of this job specification. If you would like further information or wish to discuss the post please contact actrecruitment@pafc.co.uk.

For further information about the work of Argyle Community Trust and our strategic aims visit https://argylecommunitytrust.co.uk/about-us/

Quality Officer

Salary scale:
£23,150.10 to £28,008.98 per annum

Hours:
Full-time (37 hours per week)
Working between Monday to Thursday 9:00 – 17:00, and Friday 9:00 – 16:30.

About the role:
This post is to support our Quality Assurance in line with our continued growth at Citizens Advice Plymouth. You will be a central contact point across the organisation, providing an audit service to Citizens Advice Plymouth enabling us to achieve and maintain the quality standards set out by Citizens Advice and Advice Quality Framework (AQS) ensuring that we continue to drive consistency and give an award-winning service to our clients.

You will be working within Citizens Advice Plymouth aims and principles and Ofgem’s Warm Home Discount industry initiative. You will undertake the completion of quality of advice assessments and the submission of audit reports making recommendations regarding compliance or non-compliance to the Quality Manager

In addition, you will be assisting the Quality Manager with reviewing and updating the audit process where required.

You will build strong relationships across departments to ensure the delivery of frontline service is “best in class”

You will need to be digitally engaged and have a great eye for detail ensuring that you support the organisation to achieve the Advice Quality Standard and regulatory requirements of Ofgem.

Contract:
Permanent

Workbase:
Hybrid Model – Home working and Office Working at Cobourg House, Mayflower Street, Plymouth.  Your training period will be office based.

Deadline for applications:
Friday 24th June 2022 at 9am

Please note we reserve the right to close adverts early.

To apply for this job:
1. Please download our application pack from our website
2. Completed applications should be returned to recruitment@citizensadviceplymouth.org.uk by the closing date/time.
3. Please note we are not accepting CVs for this role.