Journeying with children, families and communities to build strong foundations for families to thrive.
WHY WORK FOR US
Be part of something exciting, that is making a real difference to children, families and communities.
Be part of an award-winning organisation which constantly grows and evolves to push boundaries and change the landscape for children and families.
Be part of an inspiring, skilled and supportive team.
We offer opportunities for growth and development -
Extensive training programme including a comprehensive induction programme
Coaching & Mentoring
Regular support & supervision, and appraisels
Team meetings and development sessions
We offer generous terms and conditions:
Competitive salary with incremental rises
6% employer pension
35 days annual leave which grows with length of service (includes 10 days public holidays)
Flexible working in line with the needs of the Charity
Opportunities for growth & development including comprehensive induction & training programme, coaching & mentoring, support & supervision, appraisals and team development
WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR
Passionate people who want to be part of the change for children and families, and who fit with our values of:
We will be always trustworthy speaking the truth and accountable for our words and actions
We believe everyone is valuable and in every interaction we will treat people with compassion and respect seeking to show people their worth, that they are valuable and they matter
We will strive to offer the best service we can for our children and families facilitating innovative best practice
We will work together with children, families and services to create change
Bairn Necessities Co-Ordinator
21 Hours per week (Over 4 days)
+ 6% Employer Pension
HOW TO APPLY
If you would like to find out more information about this role, please contact Kirsty O’Neil
01419445740 / 07723791777 for more information or to discuss this role.
Please submit your application form along with your equal opportunities form by email to email@example.com by Monday 25th September 2023.