All the latest job roles at Inclusion

This month we have a number of upcoming vacancies across both our sites.  Please keep checking this vacancy section for the latest opportunities.

September 2021 

Job Role: Progression and Opportunities Coach

Hours: Monday – Friday 37.5 hours per week

Salary: £18,000 per annum, term time only

This new role of Progression and Opportunities Coach at Inclusion Hampshire requires experience and enthusiasm to motivate and inspire young people. Based mainly at Inclusion College in Hook, Hampshire, the aim is to identify and set up external volunteering, work experience or activities for learners which will broaden their timetable and develop new skills and experiences.  Accompanying young people and coaching them at various sites, you will assist in building confidence in a therapeutic manner.  Monitoring and evaluating all delivery is essential, plus the use of own car to transport learners (mileage expenses paid).

Job Description

If you would like to discuss this post further then please do contact Marie Greenhalgh, Head of Inclusion College on 01256 760 800

To apply for this role then please do email your CV and covering letter stating why you would be suitable to us at

Closing date: 15th October

Interview date: 26th October 


Job role: Emotional Well-being Practitioner 

Location: Inclusion Learning Centre, Chineham, Basingstoke 

Hours: 37.5 hours per week, term time only 

Salary: £18,000 per annum 

Do you have the empathy, care and patience to help young people understand their emotions and manage their feelings, including those with SEND?

Can you help support young people to understand their mental health and wellbeing, support positive coping strategies and help tutors embed these strategies within the learning?

Do you want to work somewhere where your mental health is cared for, valued and have your evenings and weekends free for a healthy work / life balance?

Inclusion Hampshire is looking for a qualified practitioner to support those young people whose mental health and wellbeing have been most impacted by Covid by delivering personalised support and interventions designed around the needs of the young person.

We are looking for an empathetic, kind and passionate person with experience in mental health, wellbeing and mindfulness who is motivated to support young people. We support our learners by providing a  small, safe and nurturing learning environment that emphasises progress and personal development on the individual’s  terms, rather than focusing on externally driven targets and enforced progress.

If this sounds like the role for you then please do apply by sending your CV and covering letter to

To have an informal chat about this job then please contact Matthew Atkinson, Head of Inclusion Learning Centre on 01256 760 800.

View full job description

Closing date: Friday 22nd October 

Interview date: Tuesday 2nd November 


Email us in confidence, complete your details & the appropriate inclusion Team member will get back to you.