Project Description

For us to be amazing, we need an amazing team driving us forward

One of our regular vacancies is becoming a Learning Hub Coordinator.

Our Hub Coordinators have a passion for working with children and young people in an educational setting.

Your main responsibility will be to intellectually and emotionally support those in your Hub, by creating a safe and homely learning environment, where they can do their homework, work independently, prepare for exams or take part in a club.

A great Hub coordinator has excellent interpersonal skills and an ability to relate to children as well as young people and their parents/carers whilst managing a team of volunteers and maintaining relationships with the community centre or school.

Take a look below to see what our Learning Hub Coordinator, Eve Brennan, has to say.

If you would like more information about setting up a Learning Hub, please get in touch.

Get in touch

CURRENT VACANCIES

We are hiring an enthusiastic & compassionate Youth Worker!

Post: Youth Worker (Fixed Term Contract – 20 months)
Hours: 35 hours a week
Salary: £19,500

To apply for the post, please download the application form below.  Once complete, please email it to busola@s4a.org.uk

The application deadline is midnight Friday 5th August 2022.

Youth Worker Role Description
Youth Worker Application Form
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WHAT YOU SAY

Being a Learning Hub Coordinator has fitted into my life perfectly. I am a Mum to a little boy and looking after the Slatyford and Throckley Hub has allowed me to spend time him during his early years, whilst still keeping my hand into education and working with young people which ultimately is my passion. I get to see children and young people in our hubs grow – in their academic understanding but also in their social skills, confidence and enjoyment in their study.’

Eve (Learning Hub Coordinator)