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DFN Project SEARCH, Remote
£40,000 - £45,000 per year
We are a transition to work programme, committed to transforming the lives of young people with learning disabilities and autism.
Posted 1 week ago
Accounting for International Development, Remote
£400 - £500 per day
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Empower Agency Ltd, Remote
£28,000 - £34,000 per year depending on experience
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Alopecia UK, Remote
£33,350 (Pro rata based on 37.5-hour week), equating to max. £26,680 for 30 hours
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TreeSisters, Remote
Starting from £48,000 per annum (FTE)
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UK Cyber Security Council, Remote
£21,000 - £25,000 per year
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Collections Trust, Remote
£39,500 per year FTE, equating to £23,700 pro-rata
Collections Trust needs a p/t Finance Manager who wants to work flexible hours from home and help museums connect collections and audiences.
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Brake, Remote
£30,000 - £33,000 per year
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Remote
£40,000 - £45,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

DFN Project SEARCH is the largest transition to work programme for people with learning disabilities and autism in the world! We are a community that gives voice to a social injustice – did you know that only 5.1% of people a learning disability and or autism, known to adult services, are in work in the UK? Yet 70% of those on our programme secure paid work, at above the minimum wage and an incredible 60% are full time roles.
We are really proud to be a social movement for change that makes clear economic sense, is the right thing to do and enables people to be the best that they can be.

We are evidence based, high aiming and everything we do is based on research. We are committed to continuous improvement and are pace setters in this area. Our programme is based on strong partnerships and our role is to provide the model, tools, training, and quality assurance to enable each participant to flourish. This model has been running for 25 years and once a programme is established it is evidently sustainable. 

Overall Responsibility

Establish, Promote, Support & Develop DFN Project SEARCH Programmes.

Job Summary:
You will be required to identify opportunities to develop and grow DFN Project SEARCH programmes across a geographical area with the aim of supporting the organisation to ensure that as many people as need it have access to DFN Project SEARCH programmes. In addition, you will be required to develop strategies to ensure that the operational programmes in your area are achieving at least the average outcomes expected for young people in our programmes and so you must be committed to continuous improvement.
You will be specifically required to develop strong partnerships and train and support colleagues within your area. You may also be required to support colleagues promoting DFN Project SEARCH in other areas, further European projects as required and contribute to the development of relevant new UK focussed materials.

As a Programme Specialist you will be expected to:
- Demonstrate effective project planning and preparation so that each project delivers achieves the highest quality programme possible and great employment outcomes for the interns.
- Establish effective working relationships with schools, colleges, local authorities, employers and the project professional staff to promote the building of excellent partnerships at each site to ensure the effective running of programmes and promote sustainability in a volatile environment.
- Take an active part in decision making, planning and audit processes of each project.
- Ensure that you implement DFN Project SEARCH policy and have a clear understanding of required quality standards and criteria which constitute effective teaching and learning
- To contribute to the development of a new enhanced UK offer to new and current projects to better prepare our interns for employment.

This is home-based working with travel to sites within a specific region

Application resources
Refreshed on: 03 August 2022
Closing date: 18 August 2022 at 23:30
Tags: Training,Vocational/Services