Royal Caledonian Education Trust – Scotland’s Armed Forces Children’s Charity
Royal Caledonian Education Trust – Scotland’s Armed Forces Children’s Charity

Charity registered in Scotland SC038722

RCET is Scotland’s Armed Forces Children’s Charity. Most Armed Forces families are lucky enough never to need our help, but for children from families who are struggling to make ends meet, living with ill health and disability, or experiencing difficulties at school, we provide a lifeline of support. In addition, we operate a highly successful and well-respected Education Programme in Scotland working with schools, local authorities, Armed Forces charities and the military.

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Youth Participation Project Worker

  • Full time
  • £23,500
  • Home based. The post covers the Highland and Moray areas.
  • Closing 6th February 2020

In 2018 RCET embarked on a new Strategic Plan to grow and develop our services, as part of this plan we launched our Youth Participation Project in September of that year. To support us to grow the Project, we are looking for an experienced Youth Participation Project Worker to join our small, highly motivated team.

RCET is Scotland’s Armed Forces Children’s Charity. Most Armed Forces families are lucky enough never to need our help, but for children from families who are struggling to make ends meet, living with ill health and disability, or experiencing difficulties at school, we provide a lifeline of support. In addition, we operate a highly successful and well-respected Education Programme in Scotland working with schools, local authorities, Armed Forces charities and the military.

Your key responsibilities will be to establish and maintain a network of forums groups for children and young people from armed forces families in the Highland and Moray area.

Key skills/Experience

  • Experience of working in one of the following areas: Youth work/Community work/Education/Children and young people in a community setting
  • Experience of group facilitation.
  • An awareness and understanding of the issues around children and young people’s participation.
  • An up to date knowledge of the issues that affect young people
  • Ability to develop and maintain appropriate relationships with children and young people, parents, carers, colleagues and other professionals.

A full driving licence and access to a car is required.

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