£12 - £13.31 per hour
23 days ago
6-8 weeks contract ending March 31
15 hours per week (negotiable). Weekend and evening work may be required.
£12 per hour+ holiday pay
Charity people are excited to be recruiting for an Outreach Worker to join a children's charity in supporting the team of Programme Managers and Parent Programme Managers. With strong experience, working with vulnerable children and families, who is enthusiastic, driven and versatile when adapting to new situations. They require an Outreach worker who is skilled at building strong relationships with Children, Young People and families across the UK. You will be responsible for engaging with these members within the community (whilst working in line with Government guidance) to support the delivery of non-contact face-to-face support during the pandemic. Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and carers at all times will be paramount to all of your duties.
Working mainly independently across the UK boroughs allocated, the organisation requires someone who understands the context and challenges faced by vulnerable children and families, and is quick to adapt to changes and challenges that may arise during delivery. You will have excellent organisational skills, and have the ability to turn around work in a quick and timely manner. Being flexible is also essential for this role as some weekends and evenings will be required.
It is also essential that you have the following certifications, which include Level 3 in Safeguarding and Minimum of Level 2 in Youth Work Studies, BTECH Health and Social Care or equivalent work experience. The charity is certainly keen to consider those who have excellent IT skills including Word, Excel and Powerpoint, and Salesforce or other CRM would be desirable.
If you would like further information please reach out with your CV asap. You must have an enhanced DBS check for this role.
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