Career Practitioner Level 6 (CEIAG) 

Location: Basingstoke and surrounding area
Job Type: Full-time/ Part-time/ Term-time/48 weeks 
Salary: £26,687  2 years experience 
    £24,863 less the 2 years experience 

Do you care about making a difference for young people?  

We are looking for someone who wants to work in a dynamic organisation, that is passionate about inspiring and preparing young people for the transition to the world of work. 

  • Able to support young people’s career learning, planning and development by providing impartial information, advice and guidance (IAG) to students from Year 7 to Year 13 in school, sixth form and college settings. Also advocating on their behalf when required.   
  • Experienced in assisting young people into Post 16 and Post 18 Options that includes college, apprenticeships, higher education, voluntary work and PT/FT employment. 
  • Able to liaise and network with a range of partner agencies, service providers, employers, and training providers. 
  • Can develop and maintain an understanding of the local labour market and employment opportunities. Collect and interpret labour market information. 
  • Can support school or college staff in training sessions related to careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG). 
  • Able to evaluate all activities in terms of impact. 
  • You will have a current driving licence. 

This role would suit someone who is currently an experienced practitioner: 

  • Working with young people in an educational establishment. 
  • Working in adult careers. 

This post will require applicants to agree to an enhanced DBS check. 

Closing date: 30th September 2021

Application Pack 

Application Form (Word Document) 
Careers Practitioner Job Descricareerspractitionerjdl6ebpmay2021.pdfption 
Rehabilitation of Offenders 

or contact Donna Nelson for an application pack [email protected]  

Informal Conversation 

For an informal conversation about the role please contact Eleanor Cameron, Careers and Quality Manager on [email protected]