Volunteer to be an Enterprise Adviser
We are looking for volunteers of exceptional calibre from the world of work (employed or self-employed) to help young people realise their potential by using opportunities that enterprise can offer through the new Enterprise Adviser network in the Black Country.
Enterprise Advisers would advise head teachers and teachers in secondary schools on the ways employers can engage with the school, drawing on advice from key local partners, including those that offer careers advice.
Advisers are drawn from all sectors of the economy and are not only restricted to entrepreneurs.
You will work closely with the Senior Leadership Team in local schools and colleges for a minimum of 1 day per month for an academic year; to support them in developing their careers and enterprise strategies and employer engagement plans, drawing on your own local business networks.
Becoming an Enterprise Adviser is a unique opportunity to support a school or college in improving opportunities for young people, and is also a chance to join a national network of like-minded peers.
>>Download the full Enterprise Adviser role brief below<<
Submit your application for the role of Enterprise Adviser via this link. The closing date for applications is Monday 21 March 2016.
Successful candidates will be contacted by Deniece Gabriel, Enterprise Co-ordinator, within 4 weeks of the closing date and will be expected to attend Enterprise Adviser workshops and networking events. The first workshop will commence on Wednesday 13 April 2016.
Please note all volunteer Enterprise Advisers will also need to be DBS checked.
If you would like further information please contact Deniece Gabriel on 01384 471133 for an informal discussion.