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family support worker

 

Salary: £26,250 p.a – Fixed term funded to March 2025

Hours: 35 (may include some evening and weekend work)

Responsible To: Operations Manager

 

Objective of Post

 

To provide support to families on a wide variety of issues. Working closely with teachers, colleagues and other agencies to help understand children’s needs as well as those of parents/carers. Providing high quality services to support children and their families.

 

Some duties will include

 

  • To engage and build good working relationships with parents, children and colleagues working in schools and other agencies.

  • To work holistically and effectively with parents/carers in ways that will improve their children’s well-being.

  • To work effectively and cooperatively with partner agencies using common processes including Early Help Assessment, Team Around the Family (TAF) and Lead Professional (LP) roles.

  • To provide relevant information about, and access to appropriate support services and opportunities that enable parents/carers to improve their skills.

 

To download the full Job Description, click here.

 

To apply, please complete our Application Form (Please note: Please ensure you fully complete our Application Form in order to be considered for the role, CV’s are not accepted in isolation).

Please send completed applications to info@positivefutures.org.uk.

 

Closing Date for Completed Applications: 12pm Monday 15th August 2022

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Sessional Youth Development Worker

Salary: £9.50 per hour £1.00 per hour enhancement for Detached work and Leader role
Hours: A range of hours will be available
Responsible To: Youth Development Worker

Objective of Post

To work as a Detached and Centre based Youth Development Worker, on the streets or in-house. Supporting or leading the Delivery of a wide range of stimulating and creative programmes. This is to enable children and young people aged 8-24 years to access the widest possible variety of activities in their own community.

Some duties will include

  • Work with children and young people in a detached and centre based environment, to plan and deliver activities and events in their area.
  • Work creatively with young people encouraging them to express their views and take control of their projects.
  • Administration of paperwork following activities, to include sessions plans, registers, monitoring and evaluation sheets. To be returned to the Youth Development Worker.
  • Organise group activities.

To download the full Job Description, click here.

To apply, please complete our Application Form (Please note: Please ensure you fully complete our Application Form in order to be considered for the role, CV’s are not accepted in isolation).

Please send completed applications to info@positivefutures.org.uk.