- Job Title: Senior Children and Young People’s Worker
- Hours: 30 – 37 hours (open to flexible working and a reduction in hours could be considered based on the experience of the applicant)
- Location: The post holder will work across Sussex, based at our office in Eastbourne
- Contract: Fixed Term until March 2024
- Salary: £31,681 – £34,240 (pro rata)
- Deadline: Monday 31st October 2022 9.00am
- Interview date: Interviews will be held on the 10th of November 2022. Interviews will be managed remotely via Zoom
Survivors’ Network are offering an exciting opportunity to join our specialist Children and Young People’s Service.
The Children and Young People’s Service are a multi-disciplinary team that provide support across Sussex to survivors of sexual violence of all genders aged between 0-18 and their families.
The Senior Children and Young People’s Worker will be responsible for providing line and case management supervision for frontline ISVAs and Outreach workers. They will also ensure the safe and effective running of the CYP team and support the Children and Young People’s Manager with the strategic development of the service.
This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check and is open to self-identifying women applicants only, as being a woman is deemed to be a genuine occupational requirement under Schedule 9 pt 1 of the Equality Act 2010.
For more information or an informal chat about this post please contact the service manager Aimee Pepper: Aimee@survivorsnetwork.org.uk, 07736 294142.
Please submit applications by email to email@example.com. We do not accept CVs.
Survivors’ Network aims to be inclusive of all people and their intersecting identities. We want to build a workforce that is reflective of our diverse society, and provide services that are survivor centred and accessible for all.
We want to work somewhere that gives us the freedom and flexibility to be ourselves, which recognises the great value in our differences, and supports us to succeed based on our individual strengths.
As a community and a staff team, we know that this is not something that can be achieved overnight, but is rather an ongoing practice of reflection, learning and action. As part of this action, we particularly welcome applications from self-identifying women from communities that are currently underrepresented in our team and the sector more broadly, including those who are
- over 45 years old
- from Black, Asian and marginalised ethnic communities
- lesbian, bisexual and/or trans