£25,018 - £26793pro rata for part time

22.5 hours per week, fixed term contract until March 2023


A unique opportunity to work within a thriving and exciting department. BCHA learn have several projects; The Advisor role will be key in the providing quality one to one advice and guidance on training, education and work. The post will facilitate group sessions around employability, communication skills and budgeting for 15-24 year olds and those 25-60 across several projects.

If you want a varied and diverse role, using your excellent Advice and Guidance, Coaching and Delivery skills this could be the opportunity for you.

We are recruiting for a for an initial fixed term contract until the end of March 2023.

Key Responsibilities & Duties
  • To case manage and develop personalised support plans to individuals on their pathway to financial health, training, employment and improved wellbeing
  • Provide Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) to beneficiaries to secure sustained education, training or employment. Signposting and arrange external specialist interventions, where appropriate
  • Proactively support customers to engage and achieve, this could include accompanying, making appointments for, reminding and prompting where necessary
  • Maintain knowledge of current customised training opportunities, advice and guidance, CV preparation, and job preparation and personal development courses available to customers.

BCHA Safer Recruitment: Safeguarding children and adults is our first priority and we will ensure we follow safer recruitment procedures.

As an employer, we will do everything possible to prevent unsuitable people obtaining employment with BCHA. Our overall aim is to ‘deter unsuitable applicants from applying for roles with children and adults, and we will ensure that all candidates are treated fairly, consistently and in compliance with current legislation.

BCHA is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of people, and expects all employees and volunteers to share this commitment.


Experience of providing high quality CV, job search, interview support and progressing people into employment

Experience of providing quality information, advice and guidance support, reducing barriers to employment and education

Building and developing meaningful partnerships and relationships with a variety of stakeholders including participants leading to outcomes

Working with people experiencing disadvantage, challenging life circumstances and complex barriers to progression including young people aged 15 -24

Sourcing new employment, work experience or volunteer opportunities and being aware of current local labour market trends.

Closing date: 3rd October

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