On Track Coach vacancy at The Matthew Project
The Matthew Project is looking for an On Track Coach to support young people with substance misuse issues. The post is Norwich-based.
Salary: £20,045 to £21,696
37 hours per week
Temporary until December 2019
Do you want to make a difference to people’s lives?
Are you looking for a challenging and rewarding role?
We are looking for an experienced professional to support young people under the age of 24 years old as part of On Track. You will need experience of working directly with young people, have a relevant qualification or experience and an understanding of the issues facing young people.
You will provide one to one support to young people with multiple and complex needs in Norfolk helping them to reach their goal of moving towards or getting into education, training or employment. Other elements of the role include; partnership work, outreach, networking, promoting sustainability and diversity within the project and raising the profile of the On Track service across the county.
The office base for this post is Norwich but will cover a wider geographical area across the whole of Norfolk. The work will be carried out within the service location and in the community; the ability to travel is essential.
On Track is a partnership between The Matthew Project (Lead agency), YMCA Norfolk, ACE (Action Community Enterprise), GYROS, The Prince’s Trust and Nansa.
On Track supports young people with multiple and complex needs into education, training and employment. On Track has been funded as part of the Building Better Opportunities programme and is a project jointly funded by the Big Lottery Fund and the European Social fund.
The Matthew Project is a value driven charity working across East Anglia giving help and hope through programmes with adults, young people and communities affected by drugs and alcohol. We have a vision to reach every part of the community in the most creative, effective and efficient ways.
Through our varied services, young people and adults receive professional advice, information, counselling, support, care and education.
We welcome applications from people of all backgrounds, of any faith or none.
Read the full description of the role here
How to Apply
You can visit the Matthew Project’s website and apply through their jobs page.
You will need to complete the online application process to be considered for this role. Further information about how to apply is available from the Matthew Project’s website.
If you require a paper version of the application form and pack please telephone us on 01603 626123 or email firstname.lastname@example.org ensuring you provide your name and postal address.
Job ref : COT1809
Interviews: Will take place on Tuesday October 16.
Closing Date for applications: 12 noon on Monday October 8