Team Leader x 2

  • Full time
  • £30,708 – £36,121
  • East Renfrewshire
  • Closing 28th April 2019


  • Advertised from 15th April 2019
  • 35 hours per week. Permanent
  • CFS19/11

Role

Children 1st work to give every child in Scotland a safe and secure childhood. We achieve this by providing direct services to vulnerable children and their families across Scotland.

This is an exciting opportunity to carry out an important leadership role within the Family Wellbeing Service, an innovative partnership between Children 1st, East Renfrewshire Health and Social Care Partnership and The Robertson trust.

The service is jointly funded by East Renfrewshire Health and Social Care Partnership and The Robertson trust to build on the success of the Family Wellbeing Service and increase the service provision across the region.

The posts will provide leadership to a team of Project Workers who offer child-centred, family minded approaches to offer early help to children and families who are worried, upset or experiencing difficulties in their lives.

We recognise the vital role of nurturing supportive families and communities in ensuring the long-term wellbeing of children and young people.

We are a passionate team who place a lot of focus on the importance of building relationships with children, families, colleagues and partners. If you have experience of leading reflective practice and innovative trauma-sensitive approaches within a similar setting then we want to hear from you.

This is a permanent, full time role of 35 hours per week.

Application notes

Closing date: Sunday 28 April 2019 at midnight. It is anticipated that interviews will take place on Friday 17 May 2019.

To apply, please visit https://www.children1st.org.uk/who-we-are/about-children-1st/jobs/team-leader-x-2-east-renfrewshire/

The selection process will include seeking PVG Scheme information.

Children 1st is the working name of the Royal Scottish Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children. Registered Charity No: SC 016092

Equal opportunities matter to Children 1st