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St. Paul’s Community Development Trust will only consider applications on the St. Paul’s application form. Please note that we do not accept CV’s or applications with ‘refer to CV’.
COMPLETING THE APPLICATION FORM
Completing the application form is the first step towards gaining employment at St Paul’s Community Development Trust.
Please note that we DO NOT accept CV’s or incomplete applications. To present yourself with the best possible chance of gaining an interview, please consider to the following guidelines: –
- Ensure your application is returned by the closing date and time specified.
- Read the Job Description and Person Specification thoroughly before you begin and demonstrate how your skills and experience match those specified ‘Essential’ in the Person Specification.
- Use examples from your lifetime experiences and achievements to demonstrate that you have the necessary skills for the post. Your experience could be from home, school, previous/current employment, voluntary work or work experience.
- Inform the people that you intend to use as referees.
Applications should be submitted electronically via e-mail to HR@stpaulstrust.org.uk.
St. Paul’s Community Development Trust is committed to promoting equal opportunities. The Trustees value diversity and require their staff to be fair and to avoid any form of discrimination.
They aim to ensure equal chances for all to work, or volunteer for the Trust, and to learn, enjoy leisure, training and the Trust’s other services and facilities. In striving to achieve equality of opportunity, the Trust will seek to overcome discriminatory barriers, in line with Equalities Act 2010.
|Job Title:||Family Support Worker|
|Department:||Children’s Centre – Hall Green District|
|Hours:||37.5 hours per week|
|Contract Term:||Maternity Cover to 31st December 2020 & subject to Probationary Review|
|Closing Date:||14th February 2020 12 noon|
|Job Purpose and Description:|
Family Support Workers play a key role to support families to make informed decisions about their own and their children’s health and well-being.
The successful candidate will work with families of under 5s, including pre-birth, to provide Early Help interventions to meet identified needs of families both their home on a one to one basis and other settings.
You will empower families to engage in support, enabling a person centred solution focused approach to family support where the service user guides the package of support.
Support families with identified support needs, holding a caseload and taking part in Case Supervision.
Considerable relevant experience of the full age range from birth to five, knowledge of the Early Help process and fulfilling the role of Lead Professional, where appropriate is essential along with Level 3 Children’s Care Learning & Development and/or Health & Social Care qualification.