Mentor recruitment agency listing
The role of mentor involves offering advice, guidance and support to someone more junior in experience and usually age. This job facilitates the development and learning of an individual with a view to preparing them for responsibilities in the world of work. Mentors can be employed in all walks of life and in many industries.
On this page are listed a number of recruitment agencies with experience in filling mentor staff in various industries across the UK.
Qualifications and experience
The role of mentor is normally one that is only possible after a number of years in a particular field. For example, a business mentor would only be able to offer such advice after many years of success in business. But in other areas, it may not take so long. A physical training mentor, employed to support and guide someone with physical training goals, may in fact be fairly young, or even younger than their client.
Being a mentor may not require any qualifications, although they will help in securing such a role. Instead, vast experience in a subject is usually required in order to give broad-ranging support to the person being mentored.
Some companies may run in-house mentor training schemes, depending on the sector.
Salaries and working hours
Working patterns focus on scheduled meetings with clients, but will normally be 9 to 5, 37 to 40 hours a week. Pay can vary a great deal depending on the industry and experience of the mentor, but will often be high.
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