Family Support Worker

  • Full time
  • £21,602 – £26,186
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 23rd November 2018


  • Advertised from 9th November 2018
  • 35 hours per week.
  • CFS18/78

Role

This is an exciting opportunity be part of a team working alongside families, building strong relationships and achieving positive outcomes.

As a member of the Glasgow Supporting Families Team, you’ll be linked to Chirnsyde Primary School, Milton, North East Glasgow, 5 days a week, delivering an embedded family support service. We work alongside teachers to understand the issues affecting their pupils and what we can do to help raise children’s overall educational attainment, health and wellbeing. This post will have a specific emphasis on parental engagement and positive partnership working with parents to identify their needs and help them ensure their children get the best out of school.

This is a full time, fixed term post of 35 hours per week until 31 March 2019. Hours to be worked flexibly to suit the needs of the service and the school (evenings and occasional weekends as required).

If you have experience of working with children and their families and have an SVQ Level 3/ HNC or equivalent in Child Care/Social Care or related area, accredited counselling qualification, or other relevant qualification at SCQF level 7 then… we want to hear from you.

Application notes

For further information and to apply, please visit children1st.org.uk/who-we-are/about-children-1st/jobs/family-support-worker-school-based-support-glasgow

Closing date: Monday 23rd November 2018 at noon. It is anticipated that Interviews will be held Monday 10th December 2018.

Children 1st has a long tradition of valuing and involving sessional and volunteer workers. To find out more about volunteering with us, please visit our website.

The selection process will include seeking PVG Scheme/Disclosure 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