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Part Time Case Manager (London).

This role is based in London and you will be working in prisons and the community in the London area. Working 20 hours per week. Salary £12,250 – £ 14,000 (FTE £25-£28,000) depending on experience. 

The role involves working with offenders to break down the barriers to resettlement and enter into employment, training  or education. Main duties include: group work, facilitation, recruiting participants to the programme, coaching, training, mentoring in groups and 1:1 sessions. As well as level 1 and 2 Psychometric testing.

This role could be for you if you one of the following:

A BSc in Psychology or equivalent training or social service degree.

12 months experience in coaching, group facilitation, management or working with adults with neurodiversity.

A level 5 or above accreditation in professional coaching.

Essential Skills:

You must be able to demonstrate experience in Social Inclusion.

Be tolerant, with a non-judgmental attitude to those who are socially excluded.

Have the ability to work flexibly and indepentantly.

Can demonstrate a resilient and robust approach to working within a challenging and unpredictable environment.

You must hold a Level 2 or above in Maths and Emglish and a Level 3 or above in another subject.

Desirable skills and knowledge:

Experience coaching nuerodiverse adults in the workplace.

Experience of supporting offenders in prison or the community.

Hold or are working towards a PTLLS qualification or similar.

Please note: Enhanced DBS and Prison vetting will be required for this role, this will be actioned by Genius Within.

If you would like to apply for this role please send your CV to Resources@Geniuswithin.co.uk  putting Case Manager London in the subject line.  If you would like more information please contact us on 01273 890502.

If you have a disability and require reasonable adjustments to the recruitment process, please just ask, we are happy to accommodate and welcome your application.

 

Associate Coaching Opportunities.

We are currently looking for people to join our Associate Coaches supporting neurodiversity in the workplace in these areas:

 Carlise, Stafford/Birmingham North, Tamworth, Nuneaton, Basingstoke, Guildford, Barnstaple, Reading/Bracknell, Plymouth, Leicester/Derby, Norwich.

As one of our coaches you will be  empowering our clients to create and implement strategies that will enable them to achieve their potential.

We provide initial training, ongoing supervision, CPD and support for self-development, to enable our coaches to be at their very best in this rewarding and challenging role.

If you have at least 12 months experience of coaching with one of the following qualifications:

Level 5 or above accreditation in professional workplace coaching / HR.

Workplace leadership in managing teams or working with adults with neurodiversity.

A degree in Psychology / Chartered Pychologist.

Then we would love to hear from you.

If you would like to apply for this position please send your CV to resources@geniuswithin.co.uk

or call on Cheyrl Winter on 07980 423431 for an informal chat.

If you have a disability and require reasonable adjustments to the recruitment process, please just ask, we are happy to accommodate and welcome your application.

 

 

Associate Occupational Psychologist Diagnostic Assessors.

We are currently looking for Occupatinal Pyschologists in these areas: London, Hertfordshire, Surrey, Cambridge, Norwich, Leicester, Nottingham and Devon.

 

As a member of our Associate Occupationsl Pyscholgist team you will provide a strenght based approach to assessing clients for neurodiversity highlighting their talents and making suggestions for ways to improve their workplace and training solutions. Our Occupational Pyschologists take a person centred approach to diagnostics,  in a positive and enabling manner, seeking to  empower the clientto undersatnd their neurodiversity in a meaningful way. We are looking for great analytical skills and an attention to detail in using and interperating diagnostic tests and producig individual reports. We provide full training in our assessment methods and ongoing supervision from experienced chartered and registered pyscholgists.

If you hold an MSc in Pyschology and a Certificate in Occupatioal Ability Testing we would love to hear form you. Experience of working at individual level, especially with those who are neurodiverse would be an advantage. Application are especially welcome from Practitioners in Training and Registered Occupational Pyschologists (HCPC).

If you would like to apply for this position please send your CV to resources@geniuswithin.co.uk

or call on Alyson Hollway, Head of Pyshcology  on 07962 139897  for an informal chat.

If you have a disability and require reasonable adjustments to the recruitment process, please just ask, we are happy to accommodate and welcome your application.

 

 

 

 

 

For more information please send your CV to resources@geniuswithin.co.uk Or call on 01273 890 502 for an informal chat to learn more about the role and our flexible hiring practices. You can find out more about our services, on our website FAQ pages

 


Disability Confident Committed

As a Disability Confident Committed Employer we have committed to:

Ensure our recruitment process is inclusive and accessible.

Anticipate and provide reasonable adjustments as required.

Support existing employees who acquire a disability or long-term health condition, enabling them to stay in work.

If you have a disability and require reasonable adjustments to the recruitment process, please just ask, we are happy to accommodate and welcome your application.

 Ban the box

“Here at Genius Within we are committed to celebrating individual strengths and promoting social inclusion. We strongly believe in rehabilitation and individual’s capacity for change. Whilst we already employ several ex-offenders and actively work with offenders through NOMS CFO round 3 projects, we are always looking to continuously improve our recruitment processes to ensure equality of opportunity, so “Banning the Box” was a no-brainer in terms of value matching.”

Kate Gilbert, Head of Business Development

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