CYM334 Family Support Worker (37HPW), Family Support Team, Newport IFSS, South East Wales

Recruiter
Barnardo's
Location
Newport (Casnewydd)
Salary
£17,222 - £23,427
Posted
02 May 2017
Expires
19 May 2017
Ref
CYM334
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time

Family Support Team (FST)

Integrated Family Support Service (IFSS)

Old Brynglas Hostel

Brynglas Road

Newport NP20 5QU

FAMILY SUPPORT WORKER YJ

SALARY: 17,052 - £23,196 per annum

GRADE: P18B

HOURS: 37 hours per week

Fixed Term: 31st March 2018
 

The Integrated Family Support Services (IFSS) is delivered jointly in partnership between Newport Children's Services and Barnardo's. The aim of the IFSS is to provide multi-agency, evidence based interventions that integrate seamlessly for children, young people and their families.  The Institute of Public Care (IPC) in their evaluation of the IFSS April 2016 described the Family Support Services as “one of the most impressive overall models to be evaluated by the IPC to date”.

The Family Support Team is seeking to recruit a Family Support Worker who will specialise in working with children who are involved with the Youth Justice System.  You will be providing support to young people and their families using a range of restorative approaches.   To undertake this role you will need to have direct experience of undertaking family support work with children and parents.  You will be required to provide holistic support to families around routines and boundaries, behaviour management, CSE, domestic abuse and parenting by building on families' strengths and working with achievable goals.   Please ensure you evidence your ability to undertake these skills within your application form.

You will be based at Old Brynglas Hostel, Newport working with families across Newport. You will need to have willingness to work flexibly including, evenings weekends and public holidays.

For further information and to apply, please visit www.barnardos.org.uk/jobs  searching for reference CYM334

Closing date:     19 May 2017

Interview date:  7 June 2017