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Young People’s Project Worker

Contract: Full-time, permanent. The possibility of flexible working options in terms of how these hours are spread across the week (Mon-Fri) can be discussed
Salary: £26,000 PA
Start date: As soon as possible, date to be agreed on appointment

An exciting opportunity has arisen within the Community Hub Team at The ClementJames Centre within our Early Intervention Programme. The role will primarily support the needs of local young people who are NEET/not in mainstream education or at risk of exclusion.

For nearly 40 years, The ClementJames Centre has been offering local people the skills, knowledge, opportunities and support they need to achieve their potential. We have come a long way since our founding days – from a straight-forward homework club to a well-established community support charity, transforming the lives of close to 3,000 people each year.

Our dedicated staff team is essential to the success of everything we do. Together, we work towards a fairer society where everyone is empowered to release their potential and live fulfilled lives. As the Young People’s Project Worker you will be at the forefront of positive social change, helping local children to grow and succeed.

This exciting role will not only give you a real insight into the charity sector, but also provide you with the skills and hands-on experience required to excel as a charity professional. We offer full training, development and support, and you will have the opportunity to work with driven and compassionate colleagues within a vibrant community.

If you believe that everyone should have the opportunity to release their potential and live fulfilled lives and you would like to join a dynamic, innovative organisation, then The ClementJames Centre could be the perfect career choice for you.

To apply for the role of Young People’s Project Worker please submit a CV and cover letter to jobs@clementjames.org.

  • Covering letter (maximum 750 words): Please tell us about yourself and your suitability for this role by addressing the skills and values listed in the job specification, including any relevant experience. The cover letter should exceed no more than 1 page
  • Current CV: This should include your full education and employment history

The deadline for applications is 9am on Monday 13th February. Please submit your application in good time as late submissions will not be considered.

If shortlisted, you will be invited to a selection day on Friday 17th February with the role starting as soon as possible. The selection day will involve an interview, role play, case study scenario, written task and group task.

If you would like to find out further information about the charity, please do look at the rest of our website. If you have any questions or would like more information about the application process, please contact reception@clementjames.org or call 020 7221 8810. We are committed to providing reasonable flexibility throughout the recruitment process and will endeavour to be as accommodating as possible. If you require the application documents in a different format please do not hesitate to contact us.

Completion of the Equal Opportunities form is optional but submission of this helps us to ensure that our recruitment procedures operate in such a way as to provide genuine equality of opportunity. You do not need to answer all the questions and the information provided will not be available to members of the selection panel. This form is available here.

Part-time Adult Learning Tutor

Contract: Permanent
Salary: £16,800 PA
Hours of work: Part-time, 14 delivery hours per week
Start date: As soon as possible
We would be open to conversations about this role being full-time, please submit this in your email alongside your application.

We are looking for a high-calibre candidate to join our staff team as a part-time adult learning tutor. The ClementJames Centre is an award-winning charity that provides programmes that address underachievement and social exclusion. We support nearly 3,000 children, young people and adults each year to release their potential.

If you are an outstanding tutor then The ClementJames Centre can offer a supportive staff team, and a varied and interesting role which supports hundreds of people each year.

The part-time adult learning tutor will be based at our thriving Centre and will have responsibility for working both individually and as part of the Adult Learning team to plan and deliver the Adult Learning programmes.

This exciting role will not only give you a real insight into the charity sector, but will also provide you with the skills and hands-on experience required to excel as a charity professional. We offer development and support, and you will have the opportunity to work with driven and compassionate colleagues within a vibrant community.

If you believe that everyone should have the opportunity to release their potential and live fulfilled lives and you would like to join a dynamic, innovative organisation, then The ClementJames Centre could be the perfect career choice for you.

To apply for the role of part-time adult learning tutor, please read the job pack and submit the following to jobs@clement@clementjames.org:

  • Covering letter (maximum 750 words): Please state how your previous experience and knowledge, skills and personal attributes, motivation and values demonstrate your suitability for the role of part-time adult learning tutor at ClementJames
  • Current CV: This should include your full education and employment history

We will be doing rolling recruitment for this role, so we advise that you submit an application as soon as possible. We will close the recruitment once we have found a successful candidate.

If shortlisted, you will first be asked to attend an initial interview, and the second stage will then be a follow up interview and other selection tasks relevant to the role.

If you would like to find out further information about the charity, please do look at the rest of our website. If you have any questions or would like more information about the application process, please contact reception@clementjames.org or call 020 7221 8810. We are committed to providing reasonable flexibility throughout the recruitment process and will endeavour to be as accommodating as possible. If you require the application documents in a different format please do not hesitate to contact us.

Completion of the Equal Opportunities form is optional but submission of this helps us to ensure that our recruitment procedures operate in such a way as to provide genuine equality of opportunity. You do not need to answer all the questions and the information provided will not be available to members of the selection panel. This form is available here.


At ClementJames, we welcome and encourage applications from everyone regardless of age, disability, gender, ethnicity, religion or sexual orientation. If you require the application documents in a different format please do not hesitate to contact us. People from Black and Minority Ethnic backgrounds are currently under-represented in The ClementJames Centre’s workforce and also within the wider charity sector. The ClementJames Centre particularly welcomes applications from individuals from Black and Minority Ethnic backgrounds.

Safeguarding is everyone’s business. The ClementJames Centre is committed to protecting the health and wellbeing of those we support and enabling them to live free from harm, abuse and neglect. All our staff are required to have an enhanced DBS check and will be expected to observe professional standards of behaviour and conduct their work in line with our Safeguarding Policies.


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