Child and Family Worker

Child and Family Worker
Scale 5 (£22,571 - £24,920 pro rata) actual salary £19,220
37 Hours Full Time, term-time only. 
Part Time or Job Share available
Temporary, 12 months
Oakgrove School
 
A fantastic opportunity to gain a role within a small, supportive multi-disciplinary team. We have a base in Oakgrove School, Heald Green but work with Primary Schools across Stockport to support children’s emotional health and wellbeing. As a school-based term-time service we take referrals from schools where there are concerns regarding a child’s mental health or emotional wellbeing.
 
As a child and family worker you will hold a case load of children with emotional health difficulties and work with school staff, parent/carers, and children to identify drivers to the presenting problems and use bespoke interventions to target these. Interventions take place within school, home, and community settings. 
 
Candidates should have an experience of supporting parents and children and be familiar with working alongside education colleagues. 
 
We would welcome applications for Part Time working or a Job-Share

For further details please contact Anna Purvis, Primary Jigsaw Coordinator on anna.purvis@stockport.gov.uk  
 
 
Closing Date: 17th April 2022
Interviews: TBC
 
 
 
 
Stockport Council – Valuing Diversity
Location
Oakgrove Primary
 
Child and Family Worker
Scale 5 (£22,571 - £24,920 pro rata) actual salary £19,220
37 Hours Full Time, term-time only. 
Part Time or Job Share available
Temporary, 12 months
Oakgrove School
 
A fantastic opportunity to gain a role within a small, supportive multi-disciplinary team. We have a base in Oakgrove School, Heald Green but work with Primary Schools across Stockport to support children’s emotional health and wellbeing. As a school-based term-time service we take referrals from schools where there are concerns regarding a child’s mental health or emotional wellbeing.
 
As a child and family worker you will hold a case load of children with emotional health difficulties and work with school staff, parent/carers, and children to identify drivers to the presenting problems and use bespoke interventions to target these. Interventions take place within school, home, and community settings. 
 
Candidates should have an experience of supporting parents and children and be familiar with working alongside education colleagues. 
 
We would welcome applications for Part Time working or a Job-Share

For further details please contact Anna Purvis, Primary Jigsaw Coordinator on anna.purvis@stockport.gov.uk  
 
 
Closing Date: 17th April 2022
Interviews: TBC
 
 
 
 
Stockport Council – Valuing Diversity