Landmarks would like to recruit to its dedicated Board of Trustees.

We are keen to hear from individuals who could add value to the Board with their skills and expertise. You will get the opportunity to work with a small, dynamic and forward-thinking organisation that is not afraid of change or a challenge!
 
You will also enhance your own skillset, increase your confidence, meet new like-minded people and get that a tremendous feeling of job satisfaction, knowing you are supporting an organisation to make a difference to our learners’ lives. Through your contribution, you will make a direct impact by supporting a specialist college and charity that has an excellent and well-regarded reputation in the sector for delivering quality and life-changing education and support.
 
Landmarks is a Specialist College for people with a diverse range of learning difficulties and disabilities. The College offers a wide range of practical ‘Pathways’ which are individually tailored to effectively prepare learners for adulthood, independence and where appropriate, Employment. Landmarks is located across five sites and provide several unique environments
in which to learn.
 
Littlemoor House was acquired by the College in June 2014 and is the main administrative and curriculum center in the village of Eckington, 10 miles south of Sheffield. Apperknowle Farm is an equestrian facility situated within the village of Apperknowle Derbyshire, overlooking the town of Dronfield. Apperknowle is the hub for our horticulture, equestrian, farm to fork and conservation-based curriculum. The Archer is a development where the College has established a Hospitality and Catering enterprise in the form of a public house in Rainworth, Nottingham. The Coach House is a vocational training venue and is situated in the center of Nottingham City. Milestone House is a base from which we deliver employability training to learners from Rotherham, all of whom are engaged in our Employability Pathway and who normally work at employer premises. In addition, a significant proportion of learning takes place in a range of community settings and venues.
 
If you would like to find out more, please contact the Principal and CEO on 01246 433788.

Learning Support Assistant

This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and passionate person, who has had experience working with adults with learning difficulties/disabilities, works with equal efficacy, independently and as part of a team to provide a quality and beneficial experience for the learners linked to their goals and aspirations.

In order to do this, they need to: have good subject knowledge of the curriculum area they are working in; be a good communicator; be patient, flexible and adaptable. They must be capable of managing challenging situations, with good time management skills with the ability to support tutors effectively.  A Personal Tutor/Transition Officer will supervise the work of the Learning & Outcomes Support.   

We would recommend a visit to Landmarks prior to application. If you require any further information please contact our HR Manager on 01246 433788.

Email: info@landmarks.ac.uk or post to HR Manager, Landmarks College, Littlemoor House, Eckington, Sheffield. S21 4EF 

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Learning Support Assistant (The Coach House – Nottingham Base Only)

This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and passionate person, who has had experience working with adults with learning difficulties/disabilities, works with equal efficacy, independently and as part of a team to provide a quality and beneficial experience for the learners linked to their goals and aspirations.

In order to do this, they need to: have good subject knowledge of the curriculum area they are working in; be a good communicator; be patient, flexible and adaptable. They must be capable of managing challenging situations, with good time management skills with the ability to support tutors effectively.  A Personal Tutor/Transition Officer will supervise the work of the Learning & Outcomes Support.   

We would recommend a visit to Landmarks prior to application. If you require any further information please contact our HR Manager on 01246 433788.

Email: info@landmarks.ac.uk or post to HR Manager, Landmarks College, Littlemoor House, Eckington, Sheffield. S21 4EF 

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Emotional Wellbeing Worker

The position of Emotional Wellbeing Worker has the following functions within the organisation;

In collaboration with the SIAG Manager, evaluate the evidence collected and determine an appropriate formulation or intervention for learners. To ​plan, devise, implement and lead individualised programmes to help develop learners’ emotional skills and emotional well-being.

We would recommend a visit to Landmarks prior to application. If you require any further information please contact our HR Manager on 01246 433788.

Email: info@landmarks.ac.uk or post to HR Manager, Landmarks College, Littlemoor House, Eckington, Sheffield. S21 4EF 

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Volunteering

We are always on the lookout for new volunteers!

Please fill out the application form when applying for a vacancy.

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