2737 Project Worker 1 (Term Time Only) - Barnardo's FLIP
The project in partnership with the schools has developed a range of interventions that are designed to encourage learning and integration for families who are new to Northern Ireland.
- Family / Individual Support
- Parent Groups - to develop and enhance integration
- Parent and Infant Programmes
- Volunteering opportunities
- Work with fathers
- Language Made Fun and Language Together. A tailored linguistic support programme for individual and small groups of primary aged children which is delivered in partnership with the University of Ulster
Do you love working with people?
Are you a skilled facilitator and communicator?
If so, then this opportunity may be for you -
This role requires you to work in the community and school setting with families in order to provide a range of interventions that help parents to be able to support their children's education and to provide opportunities for BAME families to engage in the wider community through volunteering, and support to access local services.
The successful candidate will be required to deliver a range of activities to BAME families, that includes individual work, group work, signposting and direct work with children helping families to integrate into Northern Ireland. Most of the interventions will take place between 9am - 5pm Monday to Friday however some flexibility will be required for evening and occasional weekend work.
In this role you will work within a team to deliver and continue to develop the service in schools.
- When making your application please refer to the additional information sheet.
Family Learning & Integration Project (FLIP)
23 Windsor Avenue
The salary for this role is £17,308.63 per annum for full time working. Salary to be paid pro rata for Part-Time Term Time.
You will work 18.5 hpw. However you will be paid for 17.01 hpw, which includes a 2.07 hpw annual leave payment
Windsor Avenue Family Support
18.5 during TTO
17,308.63 FTE (£7,957.29 for 17.01 hpw)
25 January 2019
Week beginning 4th Feb 2019