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This job is open to male applicants only, in line with the “occupational requirement” provisions as set out in Schedule 9, Part 1 of the Equality Act 2010.
Job title: BRV Project Worker (Belonging, Resilience and Vocabulary) – MALE
Salary scale: Chilypep Scale 22: (£28,936.93) to Scale 24: (£30,646.73) as of 01/04/2023. Pro Rata.
Hours of work: 30 Hours per week. 37 FTE
Pension: 8% employer contribution
Leave entitlement: 38 days leave, including bank holidays (pro rata)
Other Benefits: Access to clinical supervision; BHN Extra’s: cycle to work scheme, bYond prepaid spending card and Extras Discounts.
Place of work : HOME, 1 Blucher Street, Barnsley, S70 1AP and across Barnsley (schools, colleges etc)
Duration :This is a permanent post.
What we’re looking for:
We are currently seeking a boys and young men’s project worker who can provide a positive role model for boys and young men who are trying to develop a positive sense of their masculinity. You will model appropriate male behaviour that promotes equality, diversity, and emotional literacy. Our ideal candidate would be a Youth Mental Health Practitioner or Youth Worker with extensive experience of delivering mental health and wellbeing interventions with boys and young men, preferably within a youth work framework, and has an in depth understanding of the issues, challenges, pressures and difficulties boys and young men experience. The ideal candidate will be a thoughtful and flexible practitioner who places young people and their welfare at the heart of their practice. You will be enthusiastic, dynamic, and creative and have a compassionate and authentic approach and a demonstratable track record of working with young people to support their mental health and wellbeing. In addition, you will demonstrate a commitment to equality and social justice and be a positive team player willing to share learning and good practice.
Chilypep are an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to diversity and inclusion and ensuring equality of opportunity in our recruitment processes for staff and volunteers. Our mission is to welcome everyone and create inclusive teams. We celebrate differences and encourage everyone to join us and be themselves at work. Our policy is to recruit a diverse workforce and follow the guidelines of the Equality Act. We are an employer that values lived experience at all levels of our organisation.
Our priority is to safeguard and protect the Children and Young People we work with, and we operate within strict Safe Recruitment Practices, including a DBS check, social media check, and 2 references covering a period on no less than 3 years for all staff and volunteers.
All candidates must have existing permission to work in the UK.
Closing date for applications: Monday 15th January 2024
Read full details here about the Chilypep Job Description and Person Specification – BRV Worker
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