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Current Vacancies

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If you have any questions email info@base51.org.uk

Detatched Youth Worker

We are looking to recruit a team of 3 experienced Youth Workers. You will form part of a team that will deliver a detached programme to young people from 3.30pm-8.30pm in various area’s identified by The NNRVU and Nottinghamshire PCC, and the Neighborhood Action Group in Nottingham City for a minimum of 12 weeks at a time.

An application pack can be found at the link below. Multiple roles available.

 

Please download and read all of the documents.

Social Prescribing Link Worker

Social prescribing empowers people to take control of their health and wellbeing through spending
time to listen to people and assess their needs, signposting and referral taking an holistic approach by
connecting people to community groups and statutory and voluntary services for practical and
emotional support. Link Workers support existing groups to be accessible and sustainable, working
collaboratively with all local partners.

An application pack can be found at the link below. Multiple roles available.

 

Please download and read all of the documents.

OutBurst Counsellor

The successful applicant will work with our youth team and OutBurst Co-ordinator to implement a counselling programme for service users from the LGBTQI+ community. The role will include attending youth sessions to create
relationships, offer support and information and break down barriers to accessing support, as well as one to one and group counselling (if appropriate), assessment of young people’s mental health and level of risk.

An application pack can be found at the link below. 

 

Please download and read all of the documents.

Theraputic Intervention Worker

Base 51 have been commissioned by Nottinghamshire police and the VRP to work with young people aged between 10 and 24 years old who have been affected by serious violence.
The successful applicant will offer the first stage of a two part intervention offer. This is a varied role and you will be responsible for the processing of referrals, offering assessments, signposting and information relevant to the needs identified, as well as one to one and group CBT style intervention, safeguarding, monitoring and supporting
young people into Base 51 trauma counselling or other services. You will also offer drop in sessions within community hubs and work with external professional agencies to promote the service and provide information and education about trauma to potential referrers.

An application pack can be found at the link below. 20 hours per week.

 

Please download and read all of the documents.

Qualified Sessional Tutors, Assessors and Internal Verifiers - Counselling

Base 51 training academy offers professional qualifications in Counselling to professionals in the East Midlands, Nottingham city and Nottinghamshire.

 

We have an exciting opportunity for experienced tutors and assessors who is also a qualified Counsellor to join our team of sessional academy staff.

 

Using the indicative course content you will provide your own teaching resources and teach groups of adult learners.

Suitable qualifications and experience include;

▪ Level 3 or 4 Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) or above

▪ Level 3 Education and Training or above

▪ Diploma or certificate in education

▪ Bachelors or Master’s Degree in Education

In addition, Tutors must hold a counselling qualification in the humanistic/person-centred approach level 4 diploma or above and experience.

Assessors have an assessor qualification or evidence of recent relevant experience. Suitable assessor qualifications include:

 

▪ Level 3 Award in Assessing Competence in the Work Environment

▪ Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement

▪ A1 Assess Candidate Performance using a Range of Methods

▪ D32 Assess Candidate Performance and D33 Assess Candidate using Differing Sources of Evidence

In addition, Assessors must hold a counselling qualification at Level 4 or above.

Internal Verifiers (IV) have an internal verification qualification or evidence of recent relevant experience.

 

Suitable internal verification qualifications include:

▪ Level 4 Award in Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice

▪ Level 4 Certificate in Leading the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice

▪ V1 Conduct Internal Quality Assurance of the Assessment Process

▪ D34 Internally Verify the Assessment Process

In addition, Internal Verifiers must hold a counselling qualification at Level 4 or above.

You’ll be working with learners from across the East Midlands region, either online, or face to face (in Nottingham City) on varying lengths of contracts depending on the level of course (levels 2 -4). We have a limited number of ‘online only’ vacancies so please clearly mark your application if this is your preference.

An application pack can be found at the links below.

 

Please download and read all of the documents.

Closing date for completed applications: ongoing

Qualified Sessional Youth Work Tutors  

At Base 51 Training Academy we deliver accredited youth work training to people working with children and young people from across the Youth Work sector.  

The training opportunities in Youth Work range from the Level 1 Certificate in Exploring Youth Work, through to accredited and JNC recognised Level 2 Certificate in Youth Work Practice and Level 3 Diploma in Youth Work Practice.

We have an exciting opportunity for trainers with the following essential criteria:

  •  JNC Professionally Qualified Youth Work practitioner who have undertaken a recognised professional qualification in youth work.

  • Have a minimum of three years practical experience.

  • Have a sound understanding of National Occupational Standards for Youth Work

  • Have a sound understanding of the requirements for assessment within Ofqual

  • Be able to evidence continued professional development within the last three years

  • A flexible approach with the individual needs of learners needs’  as the priority

  • An ability to work some evenings in accordance with learners’ needs

  • An ability to work independently and manage the delivery of the scheme of work relevant to the course.

  • Ability to set up as self-employed, and hold relevant insurances.

 

 

Using the indicative course content you will have the opportunity to provide your own teaching resources to teach groups of adult learners.

An application pack can be found at the links below.

 

Please download and read all of the documents.

Closing date for completed applications: ongoing

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