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
CVs will be forwarded to the relevant department for consideration.
All our staff must hold valid and enhanced DBS.
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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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.