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Keyworker - Children, Young People and Families
Bradford East Locality £18,805 - £20,030 FTE
30 Hours per week - additional casual hours may be available
We are looking to appoint a dynamic individual to join our Children and Young People’s team to deliver one2one key work and small group work as part of an Intensive Youth Support/Families First Programme.
The target group will include those in need of targeted early help intervention including those engaged in, or at risk of engaging in, antisocial behaviour, children and young people who are not attending school regularly or are disruptive in school, children and young people with emotional and behavioural difficulties.
Keyworkers will use a ‘Think Family Model’ including undertaking Signs of Safety assessments and planning. The post holder will have an understanding of the challenges faced by children, young people and families and be able to deliver support and interventions to address these. The successful candidate will be self-motivated and able to manage a case load of approx. 8-10 young people aged 8-13. Successful candidates must have experience of working in a multiagency setting including working in partnership with schools, voluntary and statutory services.
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Closing date for the role(s) is 9am Monday 17th December 2018
Youth Workers (Emotional Health and Well-being)
Youth Work Lead (Emotional Health & Well-being) 20 hours per week FTE £20,030 - £21,000
Youth Worker (Emotional Health and Well-being) 16 hours per week FTE £18,800
We are looking to appoint two dynamic worker to help develop our existing youth provision to support young people aged 16-25 with their emotional health and well-being. Building on our existing Shaping Spaces programme and extensive BEES environmental experience the project will pilot ‘ecotherapy’ approaches to improving health and well-being and reducing social isolation and loneliness.
Job Purpose (both roles)
To work as part of a team to design and deliver a programme of activities to support young people aged 16-25 to achieve the following:
Lead Worker additional responsibilities
Closing date for the role(s) is 12 noon on Wednesday 19th December 2018
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