Charity registered in Scotland SC027857
POST A – Dundee x 1 post
POST B – South Lanarkshire x 1 post
POST C – City of Edinburgh x 1 post
Workers in the above areas to support children and young people going through the Children’s Hearings System.
Experience of providing independent advocacy and/or working with vulnerable children and young people is desirable along with a clean driving license and access to a roadworthy vehicle during working hours. PVG Scheme membership will be a requirement of the post.
Partners in Advocacy (PiA) has been commissioned by NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde to provide independent advocacy for children and young people affected by the Mental Health (Care & Treatment) (Scotland) Act 2003 (as amended). This work will largely take place in specialist child and adolescent psychiatric inpatient units.
We are seeking to recruit advocacy workers to work with Partners in Advocacy to deliver this service. Experience of providing independent advocacy and/or working with vulnerable children and young people is desirable. PVG Scheme membership will be a requirement of the post. Full training will be provided.
Partners in Advocacy is looking for a Full-Time Administrator to join our Glasgow Office. Experience of providing a high level of administrative support to a busy team is essential.
Partners in Advocacy are looking for an experienced individual to take responsibility for the management of our busy advocacy services in Edinburgh & the Lothians.
Partners in Advocacy are looking for an experienced advocacy worker to help people with a learning disability in Midlothian to have their voices heard.
The post is part time.
Partners in Advocacy are looking to recruit an experienced advocacy worker to work in several locations across Scotland delivering the new Children’s Hearing Service.
Partners in Advocacy are looking to recruit a Service Coordinator with experience of independent advocacy. The Service Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating and supervising the work of a team of advocacy workers across Scotland, in addition to delivering 1:1 advocacy as required.