Routes to Work Project Worker, Aylesbury or Chesham £21,402.81-£23,484.41 p.a.

Person Spec / Job Description  
Job Title: Routes to Work (RTW) Project Worker  Accountable To: RTW Manager
Base: Aylesbury or Chesham  Hours: 37.5 per week
Working Pattern: This role may include evening, weekend & bank holiday working.  Pay Range:  £21,402.81 – £23,484.41 p.a.    
Job Summary 
To work as part of the Oasis Routes to Work Project from our Chesham or Aylesbury office covering both the Aylesbury & Chesham area. Routes to Work support people to gain employment, start an education or training course, volunteering or gain a work experience placement.  
Essential Qualifications required
An appropriate qualification in a relevant field, or experience  
Skills, knowledge, experience & education
– Promotion and development of personal, social and educational programmes and opportunities  
– Experience of supporting people face to face in the running of projects or development of new initiatives in a variety of settings
– Experience of case management, action planning & target setting
– Able to develop effective working relationships in a variety of settings
– Understanding of confidentiality as it pertains to vulnerable people
– Knowledge and understanding of the issues affecting people’s lives
– The ability to communicate with a wide range of people, staff and volunteers, both verbally and in writing
– An understanding of safeguarding and child protection legislation and practice
– Awareness of H&S, risk assessments and a good understanding of professional boundaries
– Ability to work as part of a team and on own initiative
– IT skills including Microsoft office packages    
Personal attributes required
– High personal integrity and motivation
– Understanding and awareness of confidentiality within a charity or similar setting
– Commitment to continuous personal development
– Team player
– Willingness to work flexibly to ensure the best provision is available for our clients  
Duties and Responsibilities
– Work in partnership with external services to deliver day to day support and advice
– Contributing to case management for people attending the service
– Work in partnership with a number of key local organisations and employers to build up strong local networks  
– Actively engage and encourage clients to fulfil their potential
– To ensure safeguarding of vulnerable people using the service
– To work closely with the team and partner agencies who deliver employment, training and educational support
– Meeting targets and reporting back to management on a monthly basis
– To undertake training and other developmental activities as required
– To operate within Oasis policies and procedures
– To ensure that the work reflects the organisation’s commitment to Inclusion, Equality & Diversity
– To maintain a team work approach to all aspects of the work    

This job description reflects the overall scope and responsibilities of the role.  All jobs change or evolve over time in order to meet corporate or local needs and this job description will therefore be subject to periodic joint review and change if required.

To apply for this post please email recruitment@oasispartnership.org and we will send you an application form.

Closing date: 28 January 2022.

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