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CYP SUPPORT WORKER
CYP SUPPORT WORKER
CYP Support Worked (fixed term) – Full time, fixed term until 30th September 2021
Salary: £20,919 per annum
Based in Greenock and working across various locations (refuge based and community/school)
30 hours per week (across 5 days)
Inverclyde Women’s Aid is recruiting for the full-time role of Children and Young People’s Support Worker working in our Greenock office and across community/school locations. Using a multi-agency trauma based approached, and with both individual and group work caseloads, the role holder will provide a high standard of support to children and young people who have experienced domestic abuse.
Inverclyde Women’s Aid is a charitable organisation established in 1985. We provide specialist domestic abuse services to women, children & young people who are experiencing, or have experienced domestic abuse, sexual assault, rape and childhood sexual abuse.
The Successful Candidate
The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate the skills and abilities to engage with and develop relationships with vulnerable children and young people within professional boundaries. You will have knowledge of the Children’s Hearing System, experience of providing individual and group support and understanding of child development and GIFREC (Getting it Right for Every Child). Previous involvement in child protection work and experience of interagency work is essential for success in this role.
The closing date for completed applications is 15th March 2021 @ 12 noon.
Application packs can be downloaded by clicking on the links below.
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For any questions relating to the vacancy please contact email@example.com. Square Peg HR is our recruitment partner for this vacancy.
Inverclyde Women’s Aid is an Equal Opportunities Employer and positively welcomes applications from women from all sections of the community. Only women need apply under Schedule 9, Part 1 of the Equality Act 2010. Successful applicants will be subject to PVG checks.