Career Coach

  • Location
    City Of London, Greater London
  • Salary
    £ 30000 - £ 40000 / Year
  • Category
    Education & Childcare - Higher Education
  • Job type
  • Industry
    Education and Childcare
  • External Reference

The goal of the Career Coach is to ensure students are supported as they start to think about their next professional steps and graduates are prepared and confident in their job search. A balance of supporting students to meet their obligations of becoming a qualified job seeker, developing market specific career development curriculum, delivering programs and content appropriate for the tech industry, and ensuring that graduates are empowered to find jobs in a timely manner and find roles that they are passionate about.

If you have a passion for supporting people, have a funny and warm personality this could be the perfect job for you. Pay £30,000-£40,000, Hours 9-6pm, this role can be remote working, the office is based near Aldgate East, London. Starting immediately, this role is a permanent position.

Our client is looking for a candidate who really understands the software engineering, data science and/or UX design industries -former career coaches in similar bootcamps or education tech environments, or recruiters in these fields. You will also sometimes be asked to support students on some of our clients new evening programs (6-8pm) so they would provide flexible working hours to ensure it is reflected in your schedule.

If this is the role for you, then apply today! Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Adecco is an equal opportunities provider.

Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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