Session Leader for Equine and Outdoor Learning
Hours: 25 hours a week 39 weeks a year (Usually opportunity for more hours and for 52 weeks)
Closing Date: 08/02/2019
New Leaf Triangle are looking for an enthusiastic, fun loving, self-motivated person with a big smile to lead and support sessions in an outdoor environment in all weathers. We provide for children, young people and adults with a range of disabilities and conditions including autism, ADHD and mental health conditions. The sessions may involve activities with horses and a range of small animals including goats, dogs, rabbits, rats and chickens, as well as sports, arts and crafts and outdoor skills. Some sessions will include supporting the tutor to deliver therapeutic riding or horse/animal care sessions and the role will include some care and handling of the animals listed above.
The successful person will be involved in the planning and delivery of learning sessions with support, leading family fun sessions, providing respite and holiday clubs at weekends, during school holidays and supporting family camps. (for more information visit our website www.newleaftrianglecic.co.uk or our Facebook page).
Please note, some individuals may exhibit behaviour that challenges and some may need support with personal care. Induction and full training will be given.
25 hours a week in variable work patterns, a minimum of 2 hours but mostly 4 -6/7 hour shifts – week days, weekends and evenings. Fulltime work is likely to be available, but the contract is for 25 hours. Weeks are term time plus some extras. There are likely to be hours throughout the holidays. You may be required to work one day every weekend. You must be able to work flexibly. If you would like more information or would like an application pack, please contact Lorraine Squires Shaw.
Tel: 07825653170 / 07714222109 or email firstname.lastname@example.org