Join the Element Team
Do you love working with young people and seeing them achieve the unbelievable? Then apply to join our team!
In working at Element Society you help young people achieve the unbelievable, you will empower young people to change their communities, raise their own aspirations and become role models to their peers.
Element Society is a registered charity (number: 1157932), a registered company limited by guarantee (number: 08576383) and a registered learning provider (UKPRN: 10047367).
Element Society is committed to safeguarding children and young people.
Element Society is an Equal Opportunities employer.
Are you a people person who’s passionate about making a difference?
The life-changing NCS experience wouldn’t be possible without the hard work of our inspirational delivery staff.
You can be a part of this incredible youth movement. Our seasonal staff are at the heart of NCS, and we’re proud of the thousands of people who motivate, lead and inspire young people on their NCS journey. The success of NCS wouldn’t be possible without the passion and dedication of our seasonal NCS staff team.
If you’re interested in any of these roles please download the below documents and e-mail an application form to our NCS Team at – email@example.com
Deadline for applications – Tuesday 26th February 2019.
Please read all of the information carefully and ensure you are available for the key dates within the job description.
ALL YEAR ROUND POSITIONS
We want to work with individuals who are passionate about supporting young people to achieve the unbelievable.
Business Development Manager – 12-month initial contract
An operational role in developing Element Society’s commercial activities, market trading activities, develop business relationships, identify growth opportunities, and develop customer relationships.
Living History Project Coordinator
This is an exciting opportunity to train young people through a series of workshops to capture, understand and articulate the life experiences of displaced migrants, positive and negative, so they are retained for posterity. These young people will also create a learning resource that will be shared freely with other informal educators to spark an interest in heritage amongst today’s youth.
This project is in partnership with the University of Sheffield.