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Vacancies Open To External Applicants:


GCSE English Peripatetic Delivery Officer     

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Springboard to appoint an outstanding classroom tutor. You will be able to demonstrate innovative/creative teaching as well as have high expectations for learner achievements. The suitable candidate will possess a level 4/5 English subject specialism qualification or a have an A level in English or an English related qualification. They will hold a teaching qualification and have at least three years teaching experience with at least two years proven GCSE English classroom delivery experience. The successful candidate will be expected to work across our delivery sites within the organisation depending on need and as timetabled. They will be able to teach, assess and support learners in accordance with national guidelines and standards. Specific elements of work for individuals are detailed in the attached job description, please click here.

Salary: £25,110 – £27,100

Job Type: Full Time/Non Temporary

Location: Sunderland

Application Form – Equal Opportunities Form – Ex-Offenders Policy

Deadline: Friday 26th October 4pm.


Part Time Learning Support Assistant (Temporary) – Springboard Futures 

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Springboard Futures to appoint an outstanding Learning Support Assistant. The successful candidate will work as part of a team to support the educational and social needs of students with ASD, complex needs and challenging behaviour. The role will involve supporting teaching staff in raising students’ achievement both academically and socially. The suitable candidate will possess 5 x GCSE A* – C (or equivalent) including Maths and English. They will hold an NVQ  Level 3, Teaching Assistant qualification. Specific elements of work for individuals are detailed in the attached job description, please click here.

Salary: £20,010 full time equivalent

Job Type: Part Time/Temporary until 10th July

Location: Southwick, Sunderland

Application Form – Equal Opportunities Form – Ex-Offenders Policy

Deadline: Friday 26th October 12pm. Interviews Monday 5th November.


Digital Champion Volunteers

Springboard are currently recruiting for Digital Champion volunteers to work in the Coalfields.

What is a Digital Champion?
A Digital Champion doesn’t have to be an IT genius; they just need to have a bit of spare time, an enjoyment of being online themselves, some confidence with basic computer use, and, most of all, a willingness to help others. You will receive support and training from our Digital Inclusion Officer to bring out the best in you.

What we’re doing in the Coalfields community
We are currently supporting 9 ICT Community projects to bring Digital Inclusion skills to the people of Hetton, Houghton, Easington Lane, Penshaw, Herrington and Shiney Row.

We have got lots of opportunities to make your time and skills matter. Find out about our volunteering opportunities and apply today.

To apply, please send a brief cover letter explaining why you’re a good fit for the role of Digital Champion, and send it over to agoodall@springboard-ne.org

Deadline: Ongoing


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Safeguarding Statement

Springboard has a culture of safer recruitment and as part of this all staff undergo a series of checks, including criminal record checks (DBS), together with references and interview information. Springboard staff will take all reasonable action to ensure the safety of all children and vulnerable adults in their care. In cases where Springboard staff have any reason to be concerned that a vulnerable person may be subject to significant harm, ill-treatment, neglect or other forms of abuse, staff have no alternative than to follow the Local Safeguarding Children Board and the Safeguarding Adults Board procedures and report the matter to the appropriate authorities.


Springboard is committed to providing equal opportunities in employment. We welcome applications irrespective of people’s race, disability, gender, sexual orientation, religion or belief, age, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity. Our policies ensure that all applicants are treated fairly at every stage of the recruitment process, including guaranteed interview (for candidates who meet the minimum essential criteria) and consideration of reasonable adjustments for disabled people under the disability confident initiative.

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