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Trustee Recruitment

Springboard Sunderland Trust are currently recruiting for new Trustees to join our board.

Springboard are on the search for Trustees from a wide range of backgrounds and experience. We have sector experts, business professionals and charity supporters on our Board and we are actively seeking a number of people with skills and experience in many different sectors.

Springboard aims to support the development of sustainable communities where people have the skills they need for work and live. If you share this vision, then please consider becoming a Trustee of our charity.

If you would like to find out more information about becoming a Trustee of the charity, please email agoodall@springboard-ne.org for a Trustee Recruitment Pack.

Equal Opportunities FormEx-Offenders Policy

Deadline: 1st March 2018


Delivery Officer – Retail and Warehousing

The Delivery Officer role is the mechanism which the charity primarily uses in order to undertake its training work. Delivery Officers carry out a wide range of functions including developing, tutoring and assessing relevant high quality learning programmes to encourage and secure learner achievement, attainment and progression.

Specific elements of work for individuals are detailed in the attached job description.

Specific elements of work for individuals are detailed in the attached job description, please click here.

Salary: £21,332 to £23,110

Job Type:Full Time

Location:Sunderland

Application Form – Equal Opportunities FormEx-Offenders Policy

Deadline: Friday 19th January 2018


Delivery Officer – Health and Social Care

The Delivery Officer role is the mechanism which the charity primarily uses in order to undertake its training work. Delivery Officers carry out a wide range of functions including developing, tutoring and assessing relevant high quality learning programmes to encourage and secure learner achievement, attainment and progression.

Specific elements of work for individuals are detailed in the attached job description.

Specific elements of work for individuals are detailed in the attached job description, please click here.

Salary: £21,332 to £23,110

Job Type:Full Time

Location:Sunderland

Application Form – Equal Opportunities FormEx-Offenders Policy

Deadline: Friday 19th January 2018


Maths and English Peripatetic Delivery Officer

The suitable candidate will be qualified or working towards level 4/5 literacy/numeracy subject specialism teaching qualifications and will possess a teaching qualification. They will have proven experience of functional skills teaching in maths and English with an ability to plan own workload. Experience teaching GCSE in maths or English would be desirable, although, not essential as full training will be given. 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 tutor, assess and support learners in accordance with national guidelines and standards. They will review and evaluate learner training performance and reporting as appropriate. Assist in the tracking of learners. Carry out duties in accordance with Quality Systems and Procedures currently in force throughout Springboard Sunderland. Contribute to the maintenance of an efficient and safe environment within the guidelines of Springboard Sunderland’s policies on Health and Safety, Equal Opportunities and other policies. Have previous experience of working with young people. Possess excellent interpersonal skills including communication and team building.

Specific elements of work for individuals are detailed in the attached job description, please click here.

Salary: £21,332 to £23,110

Job Type:Full Time

Location:Sunderland

Application Form – Equal Opportunities FormEx-Offenders Policy

Deadline: Thursday 25th January 2018


Personal and Social Development/Employability Delivery Officer (2 posts available)

This is a delivery level position; the delivery officer role is the mechanism which the charity primarily uses in order to undertake its training work. The PSD/Employability officer will be responsible for the engagement of learners across all Springboard sites and will be committed to supporting our most vulnerable students by ensuring that provision is in place to enable them to fulfil their potential. The successful candidate will have a pivotal role in the development of the PSD and employability delivery. Delivery Officers carry out a wide range of functions including developing, tutoring and assessing relevant high quality learning programmes to encourage and secure learner achievement, attainment and progression.

Specific elements of work for individuals are detailed in the attached job description, please click here.

Salary: £21,332 to £23,110

Job Type:Full Time

Location:Sunderland

Application Form – Equal Opportunities FormEx-Offenders Policy

Deadline: Friday 19th January 2018


ICT Support Officer

To be responsible for the management, maintenance and development of all ICT equipment and the provision of technical advice and support for ICT curriculum related activities together with in house development and support for teaching and learning.

The role will require a candidate with experience of Microsoft Windows based networks and a full understanding of associated desktop operating systems. The ICT Support Officer will assist the IT Manager in ensuring that the appropriate advice, guidance and assistance is provided to delivery staff, learners and other members of support staff on developing their use of ICT at Springboard.

The post holder will primarily be based in Springboard’s Pallion offices with occasional work at other Springboard centres.

Specific elements of work for individuals are detailed in the attached job description, please click here.

Salary: £15,588 to £16,888

Job Type:Hours Negotiable between 15 and 18.5 hours per week

Location:Sunderland. As the organisation operates a range of locations and programmes some flexibility in location is expected.

Application Form – Equal Opportunities FormEx-Offenders Policy

Deadline: Friday 8th December 2017


File Audit Officer

The File Audit Officer will be responsible for carrying out compliance audits across the organisation for ESFA funded programmes.

This is an administrative position. The role will require a candidate with knowledge and understanding of ESFA funding compliance requirements in order to assess the validity of funding claims for delivery of learner training programmes against the data and learner file evidence provided to support claims. The File Audit Officer will assist the Quality Business Partner in ensuring that internal staff are provided with appropriate reports and support to ensure compliance data meets ESFA standards.

The postholder will primarily be based in Springboard’s Pallion offices with occasional work at other Springboard centres.

Specific elements of work for individuals are detailed in the attached job description, please click here.

Salary: £15,588 to £16,888

Job Type:Part Time 22.5 hours per week

Location:Sunderland. As the organisation operates a range of locations and programmes some flexibility in location is expected.

Application Form – Equal Opportunities FormEx-Offenders Policy

Deadline: Friday 8th December 2017


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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.

Springboard are now recruiting in all areas.
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