Qualified Career Adviser Opportunities
Are you a qualified Career Adviser with experience working in an educational setting?
Do you have the passion and experience to inspire young people about the world of work?
Do you have the skills to create a space of self-reflection and personal development within the demands and pressures young people face in schools?
Do you want to be part of an organisation that is taking schools-based career guidance in a new direction?
If you answered yes to the above, we want to hear from you!
We currently have vacancies for level 6/7 qualified Career Advisers to join our rapidly growing team and to take on a new approach to working with young people within an educational setting. You will be part of an organisation that inspires young people, while raising the profile and importance of life-long careers management.
We are an independent and impartial, Matrix accredited, CEIAG provider working with young people in schools and education establishments. With a reputation for high quality career guidance provision, we offer a unique career development programme that aims to raise aspirations and prepare young people for life beyond education. Read more about Innervate…
Why work with us?
- As an Innervate Career Adviser you will be offered at least 24 hours of paid CPD a year, as part of ongoing support from our dedicated Training and Development Manager, giving you the opportunity to expand your guidance skill set and develop your professional knowledge.
- You will be part of a team of more than 20 Career Advisers, sharing best practice with the common goal of inspiring and motivating the next generation of school-leavers.
- As an organisation we work hard with our school partners to support you and ensure a better understanding of our role and the career guidance process, focussing on the importance of communication and cohesive procedures, to ensure a streamlined and smooth delivery of our service.
Responsibilities of the role include:
- Conducting one to one career guidance interviews and writing Career Action Plans
- Delivering small group career guidance sessions
- Presenting/ providing drop-in guidance at assemblies/ parent evenings/ options evenings/ career events
- Managing your own caseload, tracking pupils’ proposed plans, and following up with necessary interventions
- Developing aspects of the career education programme for specific groups
- Supporting the school with coordination of careers guidance, as well as raising the profile of our work to teachers, heads of year, parents, and students
- Download the full job description here
Opportunities: We currently have opportunities in Hounslow, West London, Sutton, East Surrey, Oxted and Leatherhead
Days: Flexible, 1 – 5 days a week available Pay: Competitive dependant on experience
To apply: Please send your CV and cover letter to Natalie Papworth: firstname.lastname@example.org