Date Posted: Aug 05, 2021
My name is Jessica, I am 27 years old. Before becoming a peer support mentor, I worked in retail and worked my way up to a retail supervisor and starting my assistant managers training. When I saw the post for this position, I knew I had to apply as it is something I have always wanted to do, from the age of 13 to 16 I suffered from Anorexia, Depression, BPD and attempted to take my own life 3 times. I never felt that I had the right support when going through my barriers, everything always seemed to be too professional and put on, if only I had been given the opportunity to work with someone ...Read More
The Kickstart Scheme is available through DurhamWorks. It provides funding to employers to create new 6-month job placements for young people who are currently on Universal Credit and at risk of long-term unemployment.
This is part of the government’s Plan for Jobs and aims to create hundreds and thousands of new, fully funded jobs across England, Scotland and Wales. The first placements are likely to be available from November.
Funding will cover for each job placement:
There will also be extra funding to support young people to build their experience and help them move into sustained employment after they have completed their Kickstart Scheme funded job.
Young people can find out more about the Kickstart Scheme at the jobhelp site.
For more information or to apply contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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