PATHWAYS TO SUPPORT – THINK FAMILY CHAMPIONS
WVSC and its partners are pleased to offer the following employment opportunity
· Job title: Think Family Champion (salary £25k pa)
· Hours of work: working 37 hours per week flexibly to suit the role
· Contract duration: 12 months (this is a fixed term contract)
· Employed by: one of the Think Family Champion partnership organisations (Base 25; Believe to Achieve; The Haven Wovlerhampton; Recovery Near You; Re-Entry; Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Support Project, Wolverhampton Voluntary Sector Council)
· Secondments are welcomed
We are seeking enthusiastic, and experienced applicants who have a positive and proactive commitment to embedding a ‘Think Family’ approach in the work of adult–facing voluntary organisations in Wolverhampton. This will focus on working alongside frontline staff and managers in these organisations to support the adoption, use and embedding of the city’s Early Help processes in their work; and result in additional, co-ordinated support for the whole family.
This is not a case work role.
You can download the job description and application pack from the WVSC website at: www.wolverhamptonvsc.org.uk. Alternatively, you can phone 01902 773761 or email email@example.com to ask them to be emailed to you.
Closing date for applications: 10:00am on 13/09/2017.
Please return completed applications to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Interview date: 20/09/2017
All Think Family Champion partners welcome enquiries from everyone and value diversity in our workforce.
All Think Family Champion partners are committed to safeguarding adults with care and support needs, and children / young people.
We all use Safer Recruitment processes approved by Wolverhampton Safeguarding Adults and Children Boards.
The successful applicant will need to undertake an enhanced DBS check and a Barred List check for both adults and children’s workforces.
WVSC is a Registered Charity No. 700910 and Company Limited by Guarantee No. 2288239
These posts are funded by: City of Wolverhampton Council