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Job Coach Supported Studies (Part-time)

Please note 2 roles are available for this job vacancy

SALARY: £10,455 – £12,750 for 22.2 hours across 3 days/week for 38 weeks/year

£6,970 – £8,500 for 2 days week for 38weeks/year

FTE Salary Range: £20,500K – £25,000k 

LOCATION: Stevenage and working across Group sites in North Herts



We are looking for an outstanding Job Coach who is motivated and committed to the success of their students. A person who will provide highly effective levels of support to young people within their work settings and be confident to make decisions to support individual progression. You will need to be organised and an excellent communicator within the role.

You will train, mentor and coach students predominantly in the workplace, inspiring them to achieve their potential and progress onto employment, an apprenticeship/traineeship or further study.


  • £20,500-£25,000 FTE
  • Teachers’ Pension Scheme
  • For a full outline of benefits, click here



  • Excellent time-management and proven interpersonal skills, who is able to work under pressure, prioritise work and meet deadlines.
  • Self-motivation and able to use personal initiative within a structured framework.
  • High levels of personal integrity and confidentiality.
  • Highly ethical and professional standards when liaising with external partners including attending external visits with the ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing, with young people, employers and other professionals.
  • A strong track record that demonstrates the ability to develop creative methods to engage young people.
  • Level 2 or equivalent qualification in English and maths.
  • Demonstrable knowledge of Equality and Diversity including SEND legislation and Safeguarding with a commitment to and understanding of educational values including ethos of Supported Internship programme.
  • Full driving license preferable
  • Hold a certificate in Training in Systematic Instruction (preferable)


  • Use systematic Instruction to ensure highly effective levels of support are given to young people in their work settings, enabling them to become as independent as possible.
  • Identify, wherever possible, strategies for fading, use of natural and other supports, accommodations or aids and adaptations to minimise reliance on the job coach.
  • Be responsible for effectively assessing and tracking individual progress of interns as well as setting and tracking short, medium and long term goals and targets in compliance with NHC standards.
  • Understand the concerns and needs of the individual, and employers, facilitating understanding and communication on an ongoing basis.
  • Liaise with both internal and external clients to raise the profile and perception of Supported Internships. To ensure that effective working relationships are developed and maintained to secure sufficient and realistic employment opportunities.
  • Attending meetings within the college and external events as required.
  • Be actively involved in and support the promotion of courses and the recruitment and enrolment of students.
  • Maintain a safe learning environment by supporting students in understanding how to keep themselves, and others, safe and notifying management of any risks.
  • Promote the fundamental British values of democracy; the rule of law; individual liberty; the mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.
  • Champion students’ achievement of maths and English.
  • Provide students with pastoral support.
  • Communicate with colleagues and work as part of a team to provide holistic and individualised learning programmes.






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    North Hertfordshire College (NHC) is a further education college with over 3,000 full-time students across a wide range of areas of learning.

    Everything we do at NHC is about helping students achieve what they want to be in life. That means helping them to develop both the knowledge and skills they need to progress in their chosen occupational area and the employability skills that we know employers require of young people when they enter the world of work.

    NHC is part of the Hart Learning Group which also includes Hart L&D, a progressive learning and development business that helps business clients of all sizes to engage with emerging talent, and the Hart Schools Trust – a burgeoning multi-academy trust which sponsors a small number of schools in our local community.

    We are currently working towards an ambitious five-year strategy. We want NHC to be Outstanding by 2023. To realise our strategy, we need the best people around. We’re building an amazing team, all of whom share our passion, pace, and commitment to helping our students achieve what they want to be in life.



    We believe passionately in the power of education to enrich lives, raise aspirations and create prosperity for individuals, businesses and the communities we work in.

    By 2023, we want to be known as an exceptional place to study, where we provide students with an inspiring curriculum that develops the skills, knowledge and behaviours they need to be successful in their lives and future careers.

    We will help provide a skilled workforce that powers the regional economy and meets the current and future needs of employers.

    We will be a valued and visible part of our community, making a positive contribution and working with a diverse range of community organisations to improve the lives of residents.



    RESPECT: We value the contribution that each member of our community makes. We ensure that we are an inclusive, welcoming and open organisation that encourages and values different thinking and perspectives.

    AMBITION: We have high expectations about what we, our colleagues and our learners can achieve. We are a true learning organisation that is eager to continue to improve and develop.

    PROFESSIONALISM: We conduct ourselves in a professional way. We commit to developing our knowledge, skills and experience to better do our jobs.

    INSPIRATION: We motivate and instil a sense of belief in ourselves, our colleagues and our learners. We have a strong ‘can do’ ethos and believe that enjoying what we do is important.

    INTEGRITY: We act in an open and honest way. We see trust as central to the way that we work, we do what we say we will do.

    COMMUNITY: We are committed to building a community where everyone has a voice, feels supported and can thrive. We are committed to being an active and responsible part of our local and wider communities.

    EXCELLENCE: We strive for excellence in everything we do. We encourage and challenge ourselves and each other to do the very best for our learners, colleagues and community.



    North Hertfordshire College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. Successful applicants will be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check and provide proof of their right to work in the UK.

    To view our fair recruitment forms, please click here for equality and diversity declaration.

    Please note these vacancies may close at any time once sufficient applications have been received. Early submission of your application is therefore encouraged.


    “We are always looking for ways to improve and deliver excellent customer service. Jobs are challenging at times, flexible, rewarding and allow you to meet a range of people from across the group. Most importantly I have fun and enjoy working in my team and for the company.”

    Kathy Levy - Curriculum Administrator