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Youth Engagement Adviser | Brighton & West Sussex

South EastFixed Term Contract, Full Time / Permanent
£23000 - £24350

All candidates are expected to have a full clean drivers licence as this role will involve travelling to location sites.

An exciting new opportunity has become available at Ingeus in our NCS division for 2 Youth Engagement Advisers to join our team in the South East. We have one permanent and one fixed term vacancy until the end of the year on offer.

NCS exists to engage, unite and empower young people, building their confidence so they can go out there and achieve their dreams, no matter where they’re from or what their background is.

As our youth Engagement Adiser, you will work to achieving targets based on expressions of interest and sign-ups per school and season working closely with the NCS Team Leader. This will be done via the delivery of recruitment events such as assemblies, stands, teacher meetings and other youth group sessions.

Some of the responsibilities will include:

  • Driving consistent strong performance via recruitment events such as school assemblies and youth groups
  • Presenting to large audiences of young people creating enthusiasm and a passion to take part in NCS via schools, colleges & youth group events
  • Promoting the NCS experience when working on recruitment drive stalls
  • Building and maintaining relationships with a wide range of key stakeholders including teachers, parents/guardians, community leaders, governors etc. to gain support for NCS
  • Proactively identify new opportunities to recruit young people onto the programme
  • Adapting presentation style to a varied audience such as single-gender schools, faith schools, sixth form colleges and alternative education
  • Managing of schools and colleges ensuring recruitment events are booked and pre-event research is completed

Knowledge and Experience

  • Sales experience within a target driven environment
  • Public speaking experience
  • Ability to build quick rapport with people (including young people, stakeholders and parent / guardians)
  • Excellent problem-solving skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Ability to manage own diary through the use of effective time management, maintaining a flexible approach
  • Comply with all internal and external policies and regulations, applying these to the role as require
  • Knowledge and experience of safeguarding practice

Ingeus is proud to be a Disability Confident Leader and welcomes applications from everyone, including those that are underrepresented in our workforce.

We may need to close the advert earlier than planned, if we receive the numbers and quality of candidates required; so don’t miss out, apply today if you’re interested!

Job no:
492276

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If so, please submit your CV. We look forward to receiving your application.

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