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Railway Children, Remote
£21,210 for 3 days/week (£35,350 FT equiv)
Energise key stakeholders to come together to collectively keep vulnerable children and young people safe on the rail network.
Posted 4 days ago
Closing tomorrow
Global Greengrants Fund UK, Remote
£55000 per year
Posted 4 weeks ago
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£21,210 for 3 days/week (£35,350 FT equiv)
Part-time (0.6 FTE (3 days/week))
Job description

Thousands of vulnerable children pass through UK railway stations every day. Most of us wouldn’t even spot that they were in danger. 

As Railway Children’s Community Engagement Worker (London), you will energise key stakeholders to come together to collectively keep vulnerable young people safe on the rail network. You will build and strengthen partnerships with – and between – the rail industry, British Transport Police (BTP) and others working locally with vulnerable young people in order to drive forward innovative approaches to contextual safeguarding.

As part of a dynamic team delivering the Safeguarding on Transport (ST) project, you will be responsible for developing our community engagement work in the London Area as well as supporting our wider UK programme.  The role will require you to engage the public and work closely with British Transport Police, station staff and employees as well as local services in the area. You will support our innovative Safeguarding Action Groups that catalyse communities working in and around London’s stations to combine efforts and resources to keep people safe.

Your engaging manner, strong people skills and experience managing stakeholder relationships will ensure that you are able to help create a safer rail network that is actively seeking to look out for and protect vulnerable young people.

This is a London based role that will combine a blend of working from home with being out meeting members of the community across London - especially in and around some of London's busiest stations.  

For further information about this post and working for Railway Children, including how to apply, please visit our website.

Railway Children is committed to safeguarding anyone who comes into contact with us and implements a range of policies to ensure only those suitable to work with vulnerable groups are employed.

Closing date: midday, 8th July 2024

first round – 17th July 2024 (online)
second round – 23rd July 2024 (in person)

Application resources
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Railway Children View profile Company size Size: 51 - 100
Posted on: 17 June 2024
Closing date: 08 July 2024 at 12:00
Tags: Social Care/Development,Advocacy,Volunteer Management,Support Worker,Social Work

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