Do you have the resilience to work with 15 to 17 year olds – live with them for two weeks, support and help them reflect, othen work with them for a week in the local community? Yes – then we need you! You’ll get paid and what’s more it will look great on your CV!
Regardless of where you are in your career, personal development is important for all of us to continue to grow both professional and personally, and it makes us feel more fulfilled.
This summer Inspira will be taking on around 140 extra staff. Each new staff member will work for three weeks consecutively, starting on a variety of dates and locations around Cumbria and North Lancashire.
For many teachers, semi-retired, self-employed people and graduates – the chance to work on NCS is regarded as a fantastic personal development opportunity.
So what are the benefits and how could they benefit you?
- You will have new experiences to put on your CV – working on NCS is demanding, but extremely rewarding work. From hiking mountains to understanding issues in your local community, guiding and helping the young people reflect on their experience will be life changing.
- You will be part of the movement to champion tolerance, inclusivity, diversity and social cohesion – NCs is a youth movement, intended to give our young people a voice and for them to be heard. The programme promotes social cohesion with social action being a key part of the journey. You will be part of that, and the fulfilment you will gain will astound you.
- You get paid - rather than paying for a course, you get paid! £1280 to be exact to be a Team Leader.
The following start dates are available in the following areas, so if you are interested or know someone who might be, get in touch email@example.com or go to www.inspira.org.uk/jobs or find out more about NCS - www.ncs.org.uk
1st, 8th and 15th of July working with teams from Barrow, Kendal, Lancaster and West Cumbria.
You will be on residential for two weeks, Monday to Friday only, then working in the team’s local community for the final week.