Skip to main content

Adviza is a vibrant and innovative charity working with young people and adults to help them make the best of their lives. For the last seven consecutive years Adviza has been named in the Sunday Times Top 100 Best Not-For-Profit Organisations to Work For.  Working for Adviza you will receive a competitive salary, 28 days’ annual leave (pro rata) rising to 31 days after 2 years, access to an excellent contributory pension scheme.

Team Leader 
Salary: £28,578 - £31,853
Hours: Part time (18.5 hours) per week
Based: Buckinghamshire 

We are currently recruiting a Team Leader who will lead a team to deliver the Adviza Service to our customers to achieve the targets and objectives of the service, set out in Adviza’s Strategic Plan.  They will take responsibility for planning, delivering and monitoring the impact of our delivery; managing team performance against company standards and project targets.   

For an informal chat about the role and working for Adviza, please contact Alix Simpson 07921 941262 or Sue Brooks 07919 307481 

Click to see the full job advert and job description 

Please complete an application form and equal opportunities form and send to hr@adviza.org.uk to apply.  

Closing date: Friday 26th May 2017 
Interview date: Friday 9th June 2017  

Project Coach 
Salary: £22,110 - £28,578
Hours: Full Time 
Based: Berkshire wide delivery 

We have an exciting opportunity for a Project Coach to work with young people aged 13 – 15 years who are at risk of NEET in schools and NEET young people aged 16 – 24 years in the community. 

We are looking for applicants with: 
- Experience of working with young people in a variety of settings, including residentials
- Developing provision and delivery working with partner organisations supporting young people
- Experience of delivering sessions to young people on a variety of topics

For queries please contact the Adviza Human Resources Team on hr@adviza.org.uk or 0845 217 1367.

Click to see the full job advert and job description 

Please complete an application form and equal opportunities form and send to hr@adviza.org.uk to apply.  

Closing date: Friday 26th May 2017
Interview date: Thursday 8th June 2017 

Inspiration Employer Brokerage Coordinator, National Careers Service
Salary: £28,578 - £31,853
Hours: Full Time 
Based: within National Careers Service Thames Valley area

Do you have the passion and commitment to help young people? Are you flexible, adaptable to change and open to new and innovative ways of working? Adviza is a large, vibrant and innovative charity working with young people and adults to help them make the best of their lives. 

Working for us will offer you an interesting and rewarding opportunity to help young people challenge and overcome barriers, enabling them to reach their full potential. Providing them with access to information, support, advice, guidance you will be making a real difference to the lives of young people. 

For queries please contact Sue Cross on 07740 045687 or Alex Chapel on 07917 328978.

Click to see the full job advert and job description 

Please complete an application form and equal opportunities form and send to hr@adviza.org.uk to apply.  

Closing date: Friday 26th May 2017 
Interview date: Thursday 8th June 2017 

 

Quality & Continuous Improvement Coordinator
Salary: £28,578 to £31,853
Hours: Permanent role, 18.5 hours per week 
Based: Bracknell/ Saunderton, Buckinghamshire

We have an exciting opportunity for a Quality & Continuous Improvement Coordinator to work within our Adviza partnership. The role is focused on implementing & maintaining the quality assurance process for all areas across the organisation. You will coordinate an internal assessment process; ensure continuous improvement & sharing of best practice. Maintain policies, client satisfaction surveys, respond to feedback & draw up improvement plans where required. 

For queries please contact the Adviza Human Resources Team on hr@adviza.org.uk or 0845 217 1367.

Click to see the full job advert and job description 

Please complete an application form and equal opportunities form and send to hr@adviza.org.uk to apply.  

Closing date: Friday 2nd June 2017
Interview date: Monday 12th June 2017 

WOOP Project Co-ordinator 
Salary: £28,578 - £31,853
Hours: Part time
Based: Bracknell

We have an exciting opportunity for an individual to work across Berkshire to co-ordinate the delivery of the Worlds of Opportunity (WOOP). This will involve co-ordinating large and small events across Berkshire that will engage young people and adults in practical STEM activities. This role will be working closely with local employers and businesses, educational institutions and CEC Advisers and delivery partners to develop the WOOP champion network and recruit graduates into STEM work experience placements.

For queries please contact Carly Grimster on 07766 424457 

Click to see the full job advert and job description 

Please complete an application form and equal opportunities form and send to hr@adviza.org.uk to apply. 

Closing date: Monday 12th June 2017 
Interview date: Tuesday 20th June 2017 


Also see our current volunteering opportunities
.

Adviza is committed to safeguarding and appointments are subject to enhanced DBS checks. Adviza supports equal opportunities in employment and is a positive about disabilities employer. Every disabled candidate who meets the minimum criteria will be offered an interview

Newsletter

Sign up to our newsletter today to receive latest news updates and information direct to your email inbox.

Twitter

  • Looking for a new opportunity? Take a look at our vacancy for a Quality & Continuous Improvement Coordinator: ow.ly/5NLE30bQjmn

    About 6 days ago

    Retweet

Testimonials

The service from the first contact was excellent. I had a telephone conversation with a man who was positive and reassuring and...

Read More

We've launched
Our new careers site

ae've launched our new careers site

If you’re an individual that needs help on your careers journey.

Visit our new site

If you’re a school or college supporting your students, please continue