Last updated - 11 April 2018
Since we launched our programme in 2015, we've given work placements to hundreds of young people. Our Apprenticeship Programme was launched at the same time. It has secured work for over 150 young people at our Genesis offices and with our key partners.
We also support young people with their education. University students are employed to support 32 young people in primary school each year with their tuition.
Apprenticeship Vacancy - Apply Now!
HR Administration Apprentice
£15,000 per annum
2-year fixed term contract
The HR team is responsible for all people initiatives and training and development programmes at Notting Hill Genesis. We work with teams to identify learning needs and provide appropriate resources to support them. This includes face to face training, online courses, external events and workshops, mentoring & coaching and other projects. Apprentices will be involved in a range of areas, assisting Learning Advisors, coordination and bookings of internal and external events and supporting delivery of HR & Learning and Development interventions. Apprentices will also have the opportunity to learn event management, project management, partnership working and influencing/negotiation skills.
How to apply
For further information or an informal conversation regarding the role please contact Natalie at Hawk Training on 0208 891 0992 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternatively, you can follow the website link at the bottom of this page.
Corporate Work Experience Programme
The Notting Hill Genesis work experience programme gives young people the chance to get real life, valuable experience. It is run once a year, normally in October half term.
We offer a wide range of placements including IT, Finance, Communications, HR and more. Last year saw us have our biggest intake to date.
Our programme has been very successful and it has been Gold Standard Accredited by Fair Train. At the 2016 annual Spark! Awards, we were awarded Work Experience Company of the year.
If you want to get involved or want to find out more, please contact email@example.com.
These are a great way for anyone looking to progress their career. This is why we only offer high-quality roles.
Last year we had 44 apprentices start. You can search for any new roles by visiting our 'Apply now' section.
We also have access to apprenticeships with our partners. We can make a recommendation and refer you to the right opportunity. Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have partnered with Tutors United to give afterschool classes to young residents. This is taking place at Woodberry Down and Grahame Park schemes.
They tutor Year 5 and 6 pupils to improve English and Maths attainment for those moving to secondary school. The tutors are university students that are trained and employed to teach. The hope is that this will help children to aspire to further education.
This service runs on Woodberry Down in Hackney and Grahame Park in Barnet. To find out more please contact SEI@genesisha.org.uk.
You can fill in and submit a contact form by clicking this link: ‘contact form’. Once you press ’submit’, the form will be sent directly to us and we will aim to contact you back within 24 hours.
Alternatively you can email us: SEI@genesisha.org.uk.
Yes you can.
The aim is to deliver a bespoke service tailored to your individual needs so you will be supported in one or more of the following ways:
- Finding a job that is suitable for you
- Achieving selfemployment or starting your own business
- Assisted with finding an appropriate training course
- Assisted with finding an ideal volunteering opportunity that will give you invaluable experience
Supported with finding a work experience placement (if you are of secondary school or college age).
Our support is dependent upon your individual circumstances and we would assess your needs before giving you support. Examples of ways we can support you are:
- Help you find training
- Help you get into employment
- Assistance with starting your own business
- Advising you on reducing debt
- Help you find a volunteer placement
- Help you find work experience
- Help you access health and wellbeing services
Genesis pays for all programmes that support our customers. You will only need to pay for your travel to and from a programme or for childcare if you need it during the time of the programme.
Support given to look for work, training, volunteering or starting up your own business is totally free to you. What we ask in return is a commitment to take part and turn up to sessions for you to get the best out of the service.
We cover all areas that Genesis customers live in but we will also support anyone in the community that thinks they could benefit from our support.
We currently offer placements for students in Year 10 up to Year 13.
We offer a wide range of work experience placements across the organisation and aim to facilitate your specific needs.
In the past we have had placements in departments such as IT, Communications, HR, Sales & Marketing, Regeneration, Housing Management Care & Support and many more.
Work experience placements usually run for 1 week but in some cases up to 2 weeks.
No – the work experience placement is not paid.
Off-site travel expenses are reimbursed but travel to and from your main office during your work experience placement is not reimbursed by Genesis.
To apply for work experience, please email email@example.com with your details and reason for applying.
You can also fill and submit a contact form giving us your contact details and ticking the box to say you are interested in doing a work experience placement.
To register your interest please fill in and submit a contact form by clicking this link: ‘contact form’.
Once you press ’submit’, the form will be sent directly to us and we will aim to contact you back within 24 hours. Alternatively you can email us: SEI@genesisha.org.uk