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Mothers’ Climate Action Network (Mothers’ CAN)
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Birmingham and Solihull Women's Aid
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To deliver one to one and family support sessions to enable children and their mums to recover from their experiences of domestic abuse.
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Glasgow, Glasgow City
£10.44 per year
Part-time, Temporary
Job description

Breastfeeding Neonatal Peer Supporter (Greater Glasgow & Clyde)

10 hours per week (working days and hours to be discussed)

£10.44 per hour (10 hours per week)

We are looking for an organised and proactive team member to join our Glasgow Breastfeeding Buddies project to deliver breastfeeding peer support to parents with babies currently in the neonatal units across the Greater Glasgow & Clyde health board area. Funding is from the Scottish Government, initially until 31st January 2022.

This role is currently home-based due to Covid restrictions but will include travel (once restrictions are lifted) to three hospitals across Greater Glasgow & Clyde.  Applicants must be able to travel to all hospital locations from their home (expenses would be paid). 

You must have good communication skills and be able to build relationships and create a rapport with a wide range of people easily. You must be able to confidently prioritise your own work, be highly organised and able to work independently.

Good IT skills are also essential – including Outlook, Word and Excel – and you must have good attention to detail.

It is essential for this post that you have already completed the training to become an NCT Breastfeeding Peer Supporter, as well as having some relevant experience supporting parents in a neonatal unit.

The role is 10 hours per week and may include some evening and weekends.  Hours and days of work are negotiable, but a degree of flexibility to meet the needs of the project is required.  The successful candidate would be expected to join the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) scheme.

Closing date for applications:  Monday 1st February at 9am

Interviews:  Wednesday 10th February via Microsoft Teams

Please apply via the NCT recruitment page

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Posted on: 25 January 2021
Closing date: 01 February 2021
Tags: Support Worker

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