Job Vacancy – Children and Young People’s (CYP) Accommodation Worker – Stockport Without Abuse

Job Title: Children and Young People’s (CYP) Accommodation Worker

Salary: £24,482

Hours: 37 hours per week

Contract Type: Fixed term contract for 24 months

Applications only – CV’s are not accepted. Please read the guidance in your application pack.
The job description, person specification, application forms and application guidance are available to download at stockportwithoutabuse.org.uk/jobs.php Once complete, please send your application and other requested forms to: info@stockportwithoutabuse.org.uk

If you would like to discuss this opportunity further, please email us to arrange an informal chat

Stockport Without Abuse (SWA) is a grassroots charity committed to supporting our vision of everyone having a right to live in safety, and to have a future without fear of domestic abuse. We work directly with women, men and children who have experienced or are at risk of domestic abuse.
We are looking to recruit a Children and Young People’s (CYP) Accommodation Worker to develop and deliver programmes of age appropriate and flexible support to children and young people living
in temporary accommodation, aged 0 to 16, which support their needs and enhances their experiences through play and meaningful engagement.

Main purpose of the post:
1. Work as part of both the Stockport Without Abuse and the Stockport Homes team, taking a specific lead on supporting children recovering from domestic abuse, based across two accommodation sites.
2. Attend professional meetings to support the needs of the children or young person, making contact and working collaboratively with relevant professionals (incl. health visitors, maternity services, education and schools) to support their needs.
3. Champion the voice of the child or young person, gather information on victims’ experiences to feed back to inform research and policy.

Why work with us?
Our non-salary benefits include a 4% pay increase upon successful completion of your 6-month probationary period, 24 days per annum plus 8 days’ public bank holidays (pro rata), one day per annum birthday annual leave, regular clinical supervision with an external provider, 3% employer
contributory pension. Sometimes there’s even cake.

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