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I wondered if there were any budding 16-24 year olds in your network who might be interested in the below role?
I’ve attached a job pack for further info, effectively the role is funded through the Kickstarter scheme so the right candidate would need to be 16-24 years of age and currently claiming Universal Credit. The referral from the JCP job coach is critical for this particular role.
Start Date/End Date: 6th December 2021 – 31st May 2022
Number of days/hours: 25 hours per week worked flexibly to suit the requirements of the project.
Salary Basis: Fixed term employed role at the company band A rate payable one month in arrears
Location: You will need to be able to work remotely, or from home, as CSS does not have an office base.
Training: Training and support will be provided by our experienced team to enable the assistant to develop their knowledge and skills. We are keen to develop this opportunity in line with the specific interests of the assistant recruited.
Access: Can’t Sit Still is committed to providing a healthy, safe, accessible and inclusive working environment for all team members. If you have any access requirements please let us know when you apply.
Deadline for applications: 9am on Monday 22nd November 2021
Interviews: Week of 29th November 2021
Start date: 6th December 2021
Please contact Jay Haigh, company manager, on jay or 07897 121236
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