Stand Together Network

We are currently looking to recruit for the following roles 

  • An experienced and qualified office administrator. (Must have excellent writing/ verbal skills, Excellent IT skills, good organisational skills and honest).
  • Learner Support Worker
  • Trainee Teacher
  • We are also recruiting qualified and experienced teachers and assessors to teach the following subjects: Functional Skills Maths, English, and ICT (All Levels); ESOL, Computer Training, Vocational Courses such as Child Care, Health and Social Care, Business Administration and Customer Services, and other vocational areas, Assessor Qualification, Teacher Training Course .

Our Job Offerings

If you are interested in applying for work or volunteering position, please send your CV, cover letter.

STN is currently seeking inspirational and multi-skilled volunteers; teachers, mentors, carers, advisors, advocates, befrienders, accountants, interpreters, web developers, social media, customer services, support work and many more.

If you require more information, please contact us

  • Email us on: info@sntnetwork.org.uk  or  stnoffice12@gmail.com
  • Contact us on: 02088870155, 07507614843 we are happy to hear from you.

CVs will be forwarded to the relevant department for consideration. 

All our staff must hold valid and enhanced DBS.

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Our Accreditations 

Outreach worker and Project worker

Established in 2011, the Stand Together Network (STN) is a renowned charity in North London. We specialise in offering support services and training programs to the Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee (BAMER) communities predominantly women, as well as those from low socio-economic backgrounds. 

We’re hiring an outreach and project worker at STN. The role involves recruiting potential beneficiaries for our projects, providing project advice, assessing participant eligibility, and following our recruitment protocol. 

Join the STN team, where you’ll be part of a culture that values collaboration and continuous learning. Attend team meetings, participate in training sessions, and contribute to our ethos of strong teamwork, open communication, and shared best practices. Be part of our mission to make a difference! 

Job description

  • Organise outreach events and represent our services at meetings.
  • Identify potential beneficiaries and signposting, referral sources.
  • Promote Stand Together Network’s services in the local community.
  • Knowledge of digital marketing and software like Salesforce, Canva, and CRM is a plus.
  • Assist in completing and submitting all funding paperwork and reports.
  • Collaborate with the STN team and train volunteers.
  • Update contact details on the CRM system.
  • Inform Stand Together Network database members about new courses and services.
  • Maintain administrative systems, records, and data protection policies.
  • Perform tasks to ensure effective service delivery and development.
  • Excellent communication and computer skills are essential.
  • Maintain a flexible schedule, work as a team, and adapt to changing tasks.
  • Attend training, learn new skills, and apply them to the role.
  • Uphold STN’s policies on inclusivity, equality, diversity, health and safety, and safeguarding.

Qualifications

  • Possess a good standard of education (e.g., NVQ Level 3, BTEC Level 2/3, A-level, GCSE, Further or graduate level, or other relevant qualification).
  • Must have an enhanced DBS. 

Personal Skills and Attributes

  • Professional, outgoing, and self-motivated with a positive attitude.
  • Flexible, Friendly and approachable.
  • Good at organisation and time management.
  • Empathetic, non-judgemental, trustworthy, understanding, and compassionate.
  • Proficiency in an additional language is desirable.
  • Excellent IT skills, proficient in the Microsoft Office suite. (Essential) 

Classroom Trainee Teacher/ Learning Support Assistant

Established in 2011, the Stand Together Network (STN) is a renowned charity in North London. We specialise in offering support services and training programs to the Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee (BAMER) communities predominantly women, as well as those from low socio-economic backgrounds. Our diverse course offerings include both accredited and non-accredited educational and vocational programs. These cover key areas such as ESOL, computer literacy, English language, numeracy, employability skills, care qualifications, and First Aid, among others. Our courses are designed to support both young people and adults, aiding them in realising their potential. At STN, our mission is to empower our beneficiaries by providing them with valuable certifications, thereby helping them fulfill their career and educational goals. 

What are we looking for?

We are seeking empathetic and compassionate individuals for the role of Classroom Trainee Teacher or Learning Support Assistant. This role is ideal for those passionate about fostering a nurturing learning environment. It serves as an excellent first job for those eager to gain experience in teaching and learning. Working alongside experienced teachers and assessors, you will have the opportunity to make a significant impact in adult education. Additionally, you will participate in a trainee program within our organisation to develop your teaching skills. No previous experience is required as full training will be provided. 

Job Description

  • Recruit and interview students, provide course info, assist with enrolment, assess student needs and levels, and maintain assessment records.
  • Collaborate with the admin team to design promotional materials like flyers and social media posts.
  • Support teachers in classroom setup, presentation creation, and ensuring teaching materials are available.
  • Develop resources for individual students, groups, classes, and team-teaching scenarios.
  • Guide students to alternative educational or work pathways if needed.
  • Stay updated with curriculum developments in basic English, maths, and ICT, and tailor teaching to accommodate various student levels and needs.
  • Develop language, literacy, and ICT skills of all students.
  • Regularly assess learning effectiveness and use assessments to enhance student progress.
  • Encourage the use of technologies like smart boards, software, and online educational websites.
  • Provide clear instructions for tasks, adapt teaching methods to cater to all learners.
  • Manage difficult situations or behaviours using appropriate strategies.
  • Support students to maximize their learning experience and assist with any issues they encounter at STN.
  • Assist students needing extra support, set follow-up tasks or homework.
  • Ensure tasks are paced appropriately for all learners.
  • Participate in team meetings and maintain communications.
  • Enhance teaching skills by participating in STN’s professional development training and lesson observations.
  • Promote STN’s policies on inclusivity, equality, diversity, health and safety, and safeguarding.
  • Establish a safe, engaging learning environment that promotes independent learning skills.
  • Promote an inclusive, supportive learning environment for all learners.
  • Demonstrate high standards of personal and professional conduct.
  • Adhere to STN’s IT and data protection policies.
  • Must possess enhanced DBS.
  • Good standard of education, e.g. at NVQ Level 3, BTEC Level 2/3, 
  • A-level, GCSE, Further or graduate level of education, or other relevant qualification.  

Personal Skills and Attributes

  • Professional, outgoing, and self-motivated with a positive attitude.
  • Friendly and approachable.
  • Good at organisation and time management.
  • Empathetic, non-judgemental, trustworthy, understanding, and compassionate.
  • Pursuing teaching qualifications
  • Proficient in computer and administrative tasks
  • Proficiency in an additional language is desirable
  • Open to coaching, mentoring, and support from colleagues
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills 

Trainers/facilitators for adult education

Founded in 2011, the Stand Together Network (STN) is a distinguished training centre in North London. We focus on providing support services and training programs to predominantly women from Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee (BAMER) communities, as well as individuals from low socio-economic backgrounds. Our mission at STN is to empower our beneficiaries by offering them valuable certifications that can help them achieve their career and educational aspirations. We cater to both young people and adults, designing our courses to assist them in unlocking their potential. Our commitment extends to the social, environmental, and economic wellbeing of our vibrant community.

What are we looking for?

We run an adult learning programme in Edmonton, primarily focusing on entry-level ESOL classes. Our course offerings are diverse, including both accredited and non-accredited educational and vocational programs. These programs cover a wide range of areas such as ESOL, Digital Skills, Literacy, English Language, Numeracy, Employability Skills, Childcare, Introduction to Teaching Assistant, Adult Care Qualifications, Health and Wellbeing, and First Aid, among others.

Job Description

Responsibilities

  • Provide advice, guidance, and support to learners.
  • Deliver high-quality teaching and learning experiences for adult learners.
  • Contribute to the continuous development of the adult learning programme.
  • Register new learners and conduct initial assessments during registration sessions.
  • Deliver a range of accredited and non-accredited ESOL learning and training programmes effectively.
  • Set group goals and collect evidence to document learning in non-accredited courses.
  • Plan schemes of work that align with learners’ needs and interests.
  • Develop appropriate learning styles and delivery methods.
  • Produce high-quality resources and activities to support ESOL learning programmes.
  • Attend relevant conferences or training events and disseminate knowledge and skills, if appropriate.
  • Develop and manage progression routes for clients onto further learning opportunities, where appropriate.
  • Provide regular feedback to learners and assess their work.
  • Undertake regular and appropriate CPD as agreed with Line Manager.
  • Maintain up-to-date course files and submit accurate data on attendance and achievement within agreed deadlines.

Person Specification

  • Ability to initiate and develop new working relationships with partner organisations and agencies.
  • Ability to develop positive relationships with clients and various target groups.
  • Minimum of two years experience working with young people and/or adult learners in a learning context.
  • Understanding of equality and diversity, safeguarding policies, health and safety, and commitment to putting them into practice.
  • Experience of teaching adult learners and devising course outlines and schemes of work.
  • Awareness of differentiation, British Values, safeguarding, embedding of ICT, maths, English, and experience of managing mixed groups of learners.
  • Experience of assessing and recording progress in both accredited and non-accredited learning.

Knowledge

  • Understanding and expertise in the field of ESOL and Functional Skills.
  • Understanding of informal education and experience with learners aged 16+.
  • Awareness of the issues surrounding socially excluded and disadvantaged groups and the barriers to learning and progression.

Skills

  • Ability to communicate with clients and professionals individually and in groups.
  • High level of written and verbal communication skills.
  • Organisational skills, including time management, planning, target setting, recording, and monitoring.
  • Demonstrable practical experience of curriculum development and delivering informal and innovative learning and training programmes.
  • Ability to develop high-quality resources to support learning and training programmes.
  • Awareness of recent national, regional, and local policies and strategies with regards to Functional Skills, ESO, and Social Exclusion.

Attributes

  • Enthusiastic, dynamic, and innovative.
  • Able to work without close supervision.
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines.
  • Ability to think creatively and clearly.

Qualifications

GCSE English Grade C or equivalent is required if teaching ESOL/Literacy. Alternatively, hold a relevant Level 3/4 teaching qualification.

A full teaching qualification for working in adult learning is needed. This could be DTLLS, PGCE, or DET. Alternatively, hold a recent recognised teaching qualification such as CELTA for ESOL teaching.

Hold, or be working towards, an ESOL or Basic Skills Specialist Subject qualification at Level 4 or above in Literacy or Numeracy.

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