Part-time schools mentor - Engage

Engage Woking Schools
Are seeking a part-time Schools Mentor
15 hours a week, term time only, 39 weeks per year
10 month TEMP Contract
SALARY - £7600

This is an exciting opportunity to join our team taking the Christian faith into the primary and secondary schools of Woking. For over 25 years Engage has delivered assemblies, small group work, mentoring, RE and Christian clubs in local primary schools and has provided detached work, mentoring and Christian Union Clubs in local secondary schools and Woking College– in partnership with our local churches.

Do you have:
- The ability to offer a sympathetic ear to young people with a range of behavioural, emotional and learning difficulties?
- Experience in relating to young people with a wide range of abilities and often from diverse social backgrounds?
- Skills and passion to jointly develop plans of action to help young people overcome barriers to achieving their full potential?
- Initiative, drive, enthusiasm, confidence and energy?
- Experience of working with children?
- Good administrative skills including a confident working knowledge of MS Packages & email systems?
- An ability to work on your own, or lead or be part of a team?
- Good time management skills?
- The ability to maintain and build on the trust established between Engage and the schools over many years?

The post is for 15hrs a week (Tuesday-Thursday for 39 weeks a year). The salary for this role will be £7600 evening and weekend work will not normally be required. Engage are active supporters in encouraging work-related development.

It is an occupational requirement that the job holder is a committed Christian and the post is subject to satisfactory references and Enhanced DBS checks.

The opportunity is available from September and the closing date for applications is noon on Monday 28thth June.

Application packs including a full job description may be downloaded online at

Interviews will be held on Friday 2nd July.

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