Flying Futures are currently recruiting Programme Leads, Lead Mentors and Mentors to support the delivery of the National Citizen Service (NCS) programme across North Yorkshire, East Riding and Stockton-on-Tees.
We are looking for driven, passionate and reliable individuals to coach, motivate, lead and support a group of 15 young people with evening and weekend flexibility after this time in order to complete the programme and don’t forget the graduation party. The roles will require you to be a positive role model whilst stretching opportunity for learning and offering pastoral care whilst engaging young people on their NCS journey.
The programme is part residential based and part community based encouraging participants to develop life skills, personal development, qualifications, challenge and community engagement through this unique opportunity. Through encouraging social mixing, your role will see you lead and develop young people over the course of the programme from residential to graduation.
This is a great opportunity for uni students, teachers, youth workers or people looking to work with young people in the future and gain life experience. You will acquire experience in youth engagement, but also to open further and ongoing opportunities for seasonal roles with Flying Futures, as well as great rates of pay. This can be used as part of a placement.
(Since the filming of this video Jess and Alice have taken full time jobs within Flying Futures).
Programme Lead – £1600 per programme
To lead a wave, made up of multiple teams, each having two members of staff and up to 15 participants, through their 4 week NCS journey consisting of: two consecutive residential stays – each one being of five days/four nights’ duration, including a variety of activities and a two-week non-residential phase where participants design a social action project, guided by their Lead Mentor and Team Mentor.
Lead Mentor – £1200 per programme
This role is suitable for personnel who are confident, reliable, energetic and comfortable with working and mentoring young people. Within this role, your main responsibility is to lead a group of up to 15, sixteen to seventeen year olds over the 4 week period ensuring safety and engagement in activities.
Team Mentor – £600 per programme
In support of the Senior Mentor, you will assist and support a cohort of young people in their development through-out the programme. Ensuring the full safety all young people in activities set, you will work with the Senior Mentor to ensure your cohort of 15 are fully engaged in activities set.