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Counsellor(s)

Posted: 21st September, 2021

Location: Rochdale

Role Details

Employment Opportunity for Counsellors with experience in both Loss/Bereavement and children/ young people counselling

EB Pay Spine 28 – 30 (from £23,620 – £25,379 per annum).

A variety of part time roles for one year in the first instance

An opportunity has arisen for qualified Counsellor(s) with experience in Loss/Bereavement work. The role is to work within the parameters of the Early Break Service and offer formal counseling to vulnerable young people and children. The work will focus on addressing issues of bereavement and loss as well as signpost where appropriate, into other relevant provisions to best meet the child’s needs. This will include Safeguarding duties where appropriate. The role will support to develop the wider counseling/emotional wellbeing offer within Early Break and the successful postholder(s) will contribute to policy development and reporting.

Various part time roles are available for 1 year in the first instance, based in Rochdale with opportunity to increase hours dependant on funding

You will: –

  • Have achieved a level 4 or equivalent counselling qualification
  • Have a minimum of 2 years post qualifying experience
  • Have up to date relevant professional development and ongoing engagement in clinical supervision, preferably be an accredited member of the BACP
  • Have experience of working with Bereavement or Loss
  • Have experience of working with children and young people in a therapeutic setting
  • Have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, including computer literacy
  • Have well developed organisational skills in managing deadlines, timetables, multi-tasking and setting priorities, taking responsibility for own time management
  • Be a reflective practitioner

Closing date for applications:  Monday 25th October at 12:00 noon

Interview date: Monday 1st November 2021 (only)

Young Person's Advocacy Worker (4 days - 29hrs 36mins)

Posted: 4th October, 2021

Location: Bury

Role Details

Young Person’s Advocacy Worker across Bury, Greater Manchester

EB Salary Points Range 28 – 30, £23,620 – £25,379 pro rata (4 days – 29hrs 36mins) – 12 month contract in the first instance

You will:

  • Be an organised individual able to manage a high case load of vulnerable young people experiencing problems related to substance misuse and other vulnerabilities
  • Be able to work effectively within a team
  • Be skilled and confident to deliver training and support for external partners in relation to substance misuse and the issues related to it
  • Offer group work to targeted groups related to improving skills and knowledge in others
  • Have the ability to carry out specialist assessments and care planning
  • Strong awareness of legislation as it applies to young people particularly focussed on safeguarding, substance misuse, criminal justice and emotional health and well being
  • Be prepared to work evenings and/or occasional weekends as required by the role
  • To contribute to the wider work of the charity and its entrepreneurial development including social media content
  • Be a reflective practitioner in the role

Closing date for applications: Friday 22 October 2021 at 12 noon

Interview date: 29 October 2021 only

To download a full application pack, please click on the download button below:

Young Person's Advocacy Worker, Trafford (fixed term 12 months)

Posted: 4th October, 2021

Location: Trafford

Role Details

Young Persons Advocacy Worker across Trafford, Greater Manchester, fixed term 12 months

EB Salary Points Range 28 – 30, £23,620 – £25,379 (full time 37 hours per week)

You will:

  • Be an organised individual able to manage a high case load of vulnerable young people experiencing problems related to substance misuse and other vulnerabilities
  • Be able to work effectively within a team
  • Be skilled and confident to deliver training and support for external partners in relation to substance misuse and the issues related to it
  • Offer group work to targeted groups related to improving skills and knowledge in others
  • Have the ability to carry out specialist assessments and care planning
  • Strong awareness of legislation as it applies to young people particularly focussed on safeguarding, substance misuse, criminal justice and emotional health and well being
  • Be prepared to work evenings and/or occasional weekends as required by the role
  • To contribute to the wider work of the charity and its entrepreneurial development including social media content
  • Be a reflective practitioner in the role

Closing date for applications: 22 October 2021 at 12 noon

Interview date: 29 October 2021 only

 To download an application pack, please press on the download button below:

Young Person’s Advocacy Worker (12 month maternity cover)

Posted: 5th October, 2021

Location: Trafford

Role Details

Young Person’s Advocacy Worker across Trafford, Greater Manchester

(12 months maternity leave cover)

 EB Salary Points Range 28 – 30, £23,620 – £25,379 (full time 37 hours per week)

You will:

  • Be an organised individual able to manage a high case load of vulnerable young people experiencing problems related to substance misuse and other vulnerabilities
  • Be able to work effectively within a team
  • Be skilled and confident to deliver training and support for external partners in relation to substance misuse and the issues related to it
  • Offer group work to targeted groups related to improving skills and knowledge in others
  • Have the ability to carry out specialist assessments and care planning
  • Strong awareness of legislation as it applies to young people particularly focussed on safeguarding, substance misuse, criminal justice and emotional health and well being
  • Be prepared to work evenings and/or occasional weekends as required by the role
  • To contribute to the wider work of the charity and its entrepreneurial development including social media content
  • Be a reflective practitioner in the role

Closing date for applications: 22 October 2021 at 12 noon

Interview date: 29 October 2021 only

To download an application pack, please click on the download button below: