Support Worker - Children & Young People (Part Time)
Bridgend (office/field based, with travel to events)
Are you seeking a challenging, yet highly rewarding new role as a Support Worker? Looking for the opportunity to make a real difference to children and young people and act as an advocate for their rights? If so, read on.
Our client is recruiting on behalf of a pioneering charity that is dedicated to ending domestic violence and abuse. They are now looking for a Support Worker to join their team on a part time basis.
- Salary of £18,000 pro rata
- 25 days’ holiday pro rata plus bank holidays
- A collaborative, welcoming and forward-thinking environment
- Free on-site parking
- 6% non-contributory pension
In this key role, you will act as a positive influence for vulnerable children and young people and enable them to reach their full potential.
You’ll work alongside a welcoming and committed team who are always seeking new ways to innovate and provide an outstanding service to those affected by domestic abuse.
As a Support Worker, you will deliver specialist support to children and young people using the charity’s services.
Supporting the delivery of the Early Family Intervention Programme, you will:
- Provide practical, emotional and administrative support to ensure that service user’s needs are met
- Organise activities and play sessions
- Help to ensure that children and young people have access to their parents for contact when it is safe to do so
- Plan events, such as summer trips and holiday play schemes
- Work with external agencies to deliver a high quality support service
- Liaise with Social Workers
To join this passionate team, you will need:
- Experience of working with vulnerable families
- Previous experience of supporting children and young people aged up to 21
- Excellent IT skills
- A qualification in Childcare, such as an NVQ Level 3 or NNEB qualification
- At a minimum, two A-Levels (or equivalent) and GCSEs in Maths and English (or equivalent)
- A full, clean driving licence and access to your own vehicle
- Great communication skills
Ideally, you’ll be willing to drive a minibus as part of your role, but this isn’t essential. Fluency in Welsh, in addition to English, would also be a benefit, as would an NVQ Level 3 qualification in a relevant field.
Other organisations may call this role Support Worker, Social Worker, Children’s Support Worker, Social Care Worker, Social Care Co-ordinator or Family Support Worker.
This is a part time role, working 21 hours per week between the hours of 8:00 - 20:00. Some weekend work may be required. You will also be required to take part in an on-call rota.
Please note, the successful candidate will be required to undergo an advanced DBS check, which will be arranged by the employer/our client.
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