Alternative Provision Support Worker

Alternative Provision Support Worker

Working with young people can be a rewarding but challenging experience and requires patience, adaptability and a can-do attitude.

The role of an Alternative Provision Support Worker is to work with young people outside of a traditional education environment.

There are a variety of reasons why a young person may need to access alternative education provisions. They may require an alternative from mainstream education provisions due to exclusion, medical needs, school refusal or special educational needs.

We are looking for proactive, resilient and passionate individuals to work with these provisions to improve the outcomes for young people so they can reach their potential.

Experience of working with young people is desirable but not essential and we would welcome applications from candidates from a variety of backgrounds including but not restricted to adult support work, probation services, emergency services and ex-armed forces personnel.

Please get in touch by sending your CV and creating a profile on the Protocol Education website and we will be in touch to discuss your career working with young people.