Greater Manchester
Manchester, Greater Manchester
£23,620 - £25,379 per year
Temporary, 12 months, Full-time
Job description

Due to expansion, we are looking for an Emotional Health & Wellbeing worker to join our friendly, competent and committed team. We are a young people and family service that deals with the many complex issues they may have. Therefore, the ideal candidate is professional, boundaried, yet has a warm and empathic manner. The person we are looking for will:

  • Be someone who young people easily warm to recognising you as a trusted professional
  • Be able to work effectively within a team
  • Have experience of working with young people in non-traditional settings
  • Strong awareness of legislation as it applies to young people particularly focussed on mental health, safeguarding, substance misuse, criminal justice and broader 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
  • Be a reflective practitioner in the role

As a worker you will be child focussed in your practice, you will be a reflective worker who engages in the opportunities to build on your practice that this role offers. You are someone who is organised in your administration and yet can work at depth with vulnerable young people and their families. You will have a knowledge base of the environment of children and family services and will bring to the role your willingness and experience to support others to change lives and safeguard as required.

Application Instructions

Please note that a CV alone is not sufficient to apply for this role. Please ensure you complete a full application pack which can be downloaded from our Early Break website - thank you

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Posted on: 13 September 2021
Closed date: 13 October 2021
Job ref: EHWB 13.09.21
Tags: Support Worker, Practitioner