The post holder will join the welfare rights team in Scotland. Your main role will be to write welfare rights content for eLearning and other digital learning resources, working with the team’s Digital Learning Developer to create effective and engaging learning.
You will also contribute to the wider welfare rights work of the team providing expert second-tier advice, information and training on social security to frontline advisers and support workers working with families at risk of poverty across Scotland.
The office is based in Glasgow. We are open to applications from people preferring to work from home and applications from outside Scotland are welcome.
This is an exciting opportunity to create elearning and digital resources that will inspire and support frontline professionals and volunteers to make a difference to children and families at risk of poverty.
You will be practiced in working with subject matter experts and have great writing and creative skills. You will have the technical capability to create engaging elearning courses and video learning resources using authoring software such as Articulate 360 and Adobe Creative Cloud. You will be a good project manager and problem solver.
CPAG wants a society where all children can enjoy their childhoods and have fair chances in life to reach their full potential. Come and help us make child poverty a thing of the past.
This is an exciting opportunity for someone with experience of strategic planning, partnership working and negotiation to play a lead role in developing and supporting the delivery of action to tackle child poverty in Glasgow. With over one in three of Glasgow’s children currently living in poverty, you will work closely to support partners in the council, health board and wider public, private and voluntary sector to develop, deliver and report on actions that will substantially help reduce that risk of poverty.
You will have a good understanding of the causes, consequences and solutions to child poverty and the role local government and health boards can play. You will also have excellent written, verbal and presentation skills and the ability to work with a range of people in different organisations and roles, including people with direct experience of poverty or other forms of exclusion and disadvantage, to identify, agree and deliver shared goals.
This post is funded by the Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP). You will be part of the CPAG in Scotland team, but work closely with the Health and Social Care partnership, city council, health board and other local partners
This post may be suitable for secondment with the agreement of the existing employer.
CPAG wants a society where all children can enjoy their childhoods and have fair chances in life to reach their full potential. Come and help us end child poverty for good.