Corstorphine Community Centre are looking to recruit a dynamic and self motivated Development Worker to coordinate and support activities in the Hub centre and the local area.
This is an interesting and varied job developing and supporting ongoing groups within the CCC Hub working closely with a team of volunteers in the delivery of the activities. One day you could be coordinating a Tea Dance, the next a youth club trip to the ice rink or sourcing materials for the sporting memory group or designing posters for a fundraising event.
We are currently seeking applications from interested individuals for a part time Hub Development Worker role in order to organise, promote and support activities to families, young people and older people in the community.
Applicants should be able to demonstrate a passion for working with a wide range of people and
creativity in meaningfully engaging with them in a range of settings.
Dean and Cauvin Young People’s Trust have been supporting vulnerable children and young people since 1733. We currently support children and young people in residential care and in the community.
We are seeking to recruit a compassionate professional to support care experienced parents and their young children. The purpose of the post is to support parents to develop positive relationships with their children, whilst keeping them safe in a loving nurturing environment. A relevant professional qualification, or equivalent relevant experience is required. Experience of working with vulnerable children and young people is essential, ideally in a community setting. A sound knowledge of safeguarding and child development is essential, as is experience of working with partners. Experience of parenting work would be advantageous. Excellent report writing and communication skills are essential.
This post is externally funded. A significant training budget and a bespoke training programme will be provided to the successful candidate.
Dean and Cauvin Young People’s Trust is committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children and young people. The successful candidate will be required to become a PVG Scheme member or undergo a PVG Scheme update if they are already a member, prior to any formal offer of employment being made.
For an informal chat about this role, please call Stephen Bermingham on 0131 2977318 or Carolyn Thompson on 0131 337 3295.