Therapeutic Counsellor (Sessional)

Code:TCS001
Posted On:Thursday 5th February 2015
Department:Emotional Health & Wellbeing
Pay Rate:Hourly rate – £10.50
Direct Work – £7.29 Training Rate
Area of Lancashire & Greater Manchester
Reporting to:Emotional Health & Wellbeing Team Leader
Job Description:We are looking for Sessional Therapeutic Counsellors to work with adults, children, young people and families on a one to one, family and group work basis to identify, assess and explore any emotional/mental health and well-being issues. You can download the full job description below.
For More Details:Julia Walsh on 01254 692709 or 07824 014 844 or Human Resources for application details
To Apply:Please complete the application form and forward this to humanresources@canw.org.uk

Foster Carer

Code:FC001
Posted On:Thursday 21st February 2013
Closing On:Friday 15th May 2015
Department:Care & Accommodation
Pay Rate:From £314 to £540 per week dependent on child in placement
Area of Work:Lancashire & Greater Manchester
Reporting to:
Job Description:
For More Details:Please contact the Foster Care Support Team on 0800 634 5300 or email fostering@canw.org.uk

Appropriate Adult Sessional (Cumbria)

We are in particularly seeking AA’s that after willing to take referrals after midnight. Applicants must have availability for evenings and weekends.  As much of our work is with young males, we would welcome applications from men who feel they can be a positive role model.

Job Title:Appropriate Adult
Service:Youth Justice Service
Pattern of work:This is a sessional role to meet the requirements of the Custody sites with no guarantee of hours.  Attendance may be required during the day, evening or weekend.
Work locations:Custody sites throughout Cumbria (Barrow, Carlisle, Kendal, Workington)
Rate of pay:Hourly rates:

Day work – 9.00 am to 5.00 pm – £8.80 per hour

Evening work – 5.00 pm to 12 midnight – £9.60

Out of hours work – 12 midnight to 9.00 am – £15.00

Monthly returns of hours worked should be submitted along with receipts for expenses such as car parking.

Reporting to:Youth Justice Team Manager
Responsible for:N/A

 

Please complete the appropriate application form and forward this to humanresources@canw.org.uk.

 

Very important if interested in role please complete a Availability Questionnaire as part of your application.   

Sessional Support Practitioner

Service AreaTESS – Familywise, Young Carers, TYS, Advocacy & Mentoring
Job RoleSessional Support Practitioner
Reporting toService/Project Managers
Hours/Pattern

of work

Ad hoc as required in line with availability to work

Able to work outside of normal working hours, including evenings and weekends

ContractSessional
Salary£8.80 per hour
Office BaseBased at 273, Preston New Road, Blackburn working across Blackburn with Darwen with potential to work across the wider Lancashire region.
Contact for more detailsDavid Burt (01254) 692709 / 07811 806081

 All roles within CANW have a responsibility for the safeguarding of children and adults.

Job description, Person Specification and advert attached. This role will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check against the Child’s Barred List.

To apply:

Please complete an application form and forward this to humanresources@canw.org.uk.  This is an ongoing opportunity and an advert will be placed in local papers in January 2017. And advert will go on our website and with the Job Centre.

Volunteer Young Persons Mentor

Are you looking for a new career? Volunteering is a great way to kick start a new career.

DESCRIPTION OF ROLE: Child Action Northwest is developing a brand new, exciting project offering a mentoring and befriending service to young people in Blackburn with Darwen. Enthusiastic volunteer mentors are required to offer 2 hours a week building positive relationships with ‘Looked After Children’ and ‘Children In Need’ with an aim of enhancing their social skills, self-esteem and confidence. Volunteers will be appropriately matched and will have the opportunity to introduce the young person/people to new local social activities and networks whilst being encouraging and offering support.

REQUIREMENTS: You must be aged 18 or over to apply for this role • Enthusiastic and non-judgmental • Good communication skills and the ability to build a positive relationship with a young person • Experience and/or awareness of safeguarding young people • A willingness to attend relevant training and develop mentoring skills • Reliable and flexible to meet the needs of a young person • To commit for a minimum of 6 months from the date training has been completed • A valid driving license and access to own transport • An awareness of local social facilities and support services • An awareness of the issues faced by ‘Looked After Children’ and ‘Children In Need’ would be advantageous

DAYS: To be agreed with the young person on a mutually convenient basis

HOURS: The minimum will be 2 hours per week per young person

WHERE: This volunteering will take place specifically within Blackburn with Darwen

WHEN: Volunteer Mentors are required now and then the opportunity will be on-going

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:  Induction, training, supervision and development opportunities will be provided • An Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check and references will be sought for this role • Agreed out of pocket expenses, including travel, will be reimbursed

WHAT YOU WILL GAIN: This is a fantastic opportunity to build a positive relationship with a local young person. You will develop your skills, experience and confidence around mentoring and befriending and will be particularly of interest to anybody wishing to pursue a career in Youth work or Health and Social Care.

If you are interested in this voluntary role or would like any more information, please contact Volunteer Coordinator, Child Action Northwest, 01254 244700, volunteer@canw.org.uk

Appropriate Adult – Lancashire

Applicants must have availability for evenings and weekends. As much of our work is with young males, we would welcome applications from men who feel they can be a positive role model.

Service AreaCriminal Justice Service
Job RoleAppropriate Adult – Lancashire
Reporting toCriminal Justice Team Manager
Hours/Pattern

of work

This is a sessional role to meet the requirements of the Custody sites with no guarantee of hours.  Attendance may be required during the day, evening or weekend.
ContractSessional
SalaryDay work – 9.00 am to 5.00 pm – £8.80 per hour

Evening work – 5.00 pm to 12 midnight – £9.60

Out of hours work – 12 midnight to 9.00 am – £11.00

Office BaseHome based with work across custody sites throughout Blackburn with Darwen, Blackpool, Burnley, Lancaster, Preston and Skelmersdale.
Contact for more detailsFaith Marriott on 01254 248061 or 07843 597679

Very important if interested in role please complete a Availability Questionnaire as part of your application.

Please complete the appropriate application form and forward this to humanresources@canw.org.uk.

Appropriate Adult – Greater Manchester

Applicants must have availability for evenings and weekends at all Greater Manchester stations.  As much of our work is with young males, we would welcome applications from men who feel they can be a positive role model.

Service AreaCriminal Justice Service
Job RoleAppropriate Adult – Greater Manchester
Reporting toCriminal Justice Team Manager
Hours/Pattern

of work

This is a sessional role to meet the requirements of the Custody sites with no guarantee of hours.  Attendance may be required during the day, evening or weekend.
ContractSessional
SalaryDay work – 9.00 am to 5.00 pm – £8.80 per hour

Evening work – 5.00 pm to 12 midnight – £9.60

Out of hours work – 12 midnight to 9.00 am – £11.00

Office BaseHome based with work across custody sites throughout Ashton, Bolton, Bury, Central (North Mcr), Cheadle Heath, Longsight, Pendleton, Swinton, Wigan
Contact for more detailsFaith Marriott on 01254 248061 or 07843 597679

Very important if interested in role please complete a Availability Questionnaire as part of your application.

Please complete the appropriate application form and forward this to humanresources@canw.org.uk.

(EHWB) Emotional Health and Wellbeing Practitioner

Service AreaEHWB
Job RoleEHWB Wellbeing Practitioner
Reporting toTeam Leader – EHWB
Hours/Pattern

of work

Various contracts available (x 3 FTE posts)
ContractShort term – end March 2018
SalarySalary Scale Point 21 to 25- £20,140 to £22,661

pro rata per annum

Office BaseLeyland 1-3 King Street, Leyland, PR25 2LE
Contact for more detailsJulia Walsh, EHWB Service Manager, 01772 910340

 All roles within CANW have a responsibility for the safeguarding of children and adults.

Job description, Person Specification attached. This role will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check against the Child’s Barred List.

Details of the posts:


CANW currently have vacancies available for Wellbeing Practitioners within our successful Emotional Health and Wellbeing Service. The Service provides a full range of therapeutic support delivered by a team of dedicated professionals. We offer the opportunity for children, young people and adults to explore problems, thoughts and feelings in a safe, non-judgmental and supportive environment. Support is offered in a multitude of settings including schools, colleges, children’s centres and our own therapeutic hubs

To apply:

Please complete Application and Criminal Record Declaration forms and forward these to humanresources@canw.org.uk  by no later than 4.30pm on 24th November 2017.  Interviews to be held 1st December 2017.

Reparation Support Worker

Service AreaTESS – Criminal Justice
Job RoleReparation Support Worker
Reporting toReparation Coordinator
Hours/Pattern of workFlexible working pattern to include evenings and weekends.
ContractShort term to 31 March 2018.  Extension to contract possible subject to further funding
SalaryScale Range 21 – 25 ( £20,140 – £22,661) pa pro rata
Office BaseCANW, Whalley Road, Wilpshire BB1 9LL to work across Lancashire as required
Contact for more detailsTrevor Hannon  (01254) 244700 ext 2009

 All roles within CANW have a responsibility for the safeguarding of children and adults.

Job description, Person Specification attached. This role will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check against the Child’s Barred List.

Details of the post:

Work with the Prevent Coordinator and liaise with Youth Offending Teams, voluntary and private organisations to develop a range of community reparation projects, which provide opportunities for young people to redress their offending behaviour by undertaking constructive, unpaid activity that positively benefits the wider community. Ensure reparation programmes are age appropriate, challenging and safe with demonstrable learning outcomes that enhance young people’s opportunities to obtain accreditation, (ASDAN or other). Contribute to the development of publicity and profile building materials in order to increase public and commissioner confidence in CANW Youth Justice Services. Represent the service at meetings and conferences, as appropriate.

To apply:



Please complete an application form and forward this to humanresources@canw.org.uk  by no later than 4.30 pm on 2nd January 2018.  Interviews to take place on Thursday 11th January 2018.

 

Sessional Triage Reparation Worker

Service AreaTESS – Criminal Justice (Triage)
Job RoleSessional Triage Reparation Worker
Reporting toReparation Coordinator
Hours/Pattern

of work

Sessional – predominantly weekends with occasional evenings (Inc bank holidays)

Saturday and Sunday 9am – 3pm

Occasional weekday evenings 4pm – 8pm

ContractSessional – as and when required
Salary£8.80 p/h Mon – Fri 9am-5pm. £9 p/h evenings and weekends
Office BasePan Lancashire
Contact for more detailsTrevor Hannon  (01254) 244700 ext 2009

 All roles within CANW have a responsibility for the safeguarding of children and adults.

Job description, Person Specification attached. This role will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check against the Child’s Barred List.

Details of the post: Opportunity to join our successful Triage Service – delivering Pan Lancashire direct to Young People Community Reparation providing opportunities to redress their offending behaviour by undertaking constructive, unpaid activity that positively benefits the wider community.

 To apply:



Please complete an application form and forward this to humanresources@canw.org.uk  by no later than 5.00 pm on Tuesday 2nd January 2018. Interviews to take place on Thursday, 11th January 2018.  

 

Reparation Support Worker

Service AreaTESS – Criminal Justice
Job RoleReparation Support Worker – short term to 31 March 2018 with possible extension if funding available
Reporting toReparation Coordinator
Hours/Pattern of work37 hours – Flexible working pattern to include evenings and weekends
ContractOpen Ended
SalaryScale Range 21 – 25 ( £20,140 – £22,661) pa pro rata
Office BaseCANW, Whalley Road, Wilpshire BB1 9LL to work across Lancashire as required
Contact for more detailsTrevor Hannon  (01254) 244700 ext 2009

 All roles within CANW have a responsibility for the safeguarding of children and adults.

Job description, Person Specification attached. This role will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check against the Child’s Barred List.

Details of the post:

Work with the Prevent Coordinator and liaise with Youth Offending Teams, voluntary and private organisations to develop a range of community reparation projects, which provide opportunities for young people to redress their offending behaviour by undertaking constructive, unpaid activity that positively benefits the wider community. Ensure reparation programmes are age appropriate, challenging and safe with demonstrable learning outcomes that enhance young people’s opportunities to obtain accreditation, (ASDAN or other). Contribute to the development of publicity and profile building materials in order to increase public and commissioner confidence in CANW Youth Justice Services. Represent the service at meetings and conferences, as appropriate.

To apply:



Please complete an application form and forward this to humanresources@canw.org.uk  by no later than 5.00 pm on Tuesday 2nd January 2018. Interviews to take place on Thursday, 11th January 2018.  

 

 

BBO Practitioner

changing futures job vacancy BBO

Service AreaMEAM (Making Every Adult Matter)
Job RoleBBO Practitioner (2 posts required)
Reporting toBBO Service Coordinator
Hours/Pattern

of work

37 hours per week (Mon-Thurs 9.00-17.00 Fri 9.00-16.30) Flexible to work outside of normal office hours to support the needs of the service
ContractFixed Term Contract for 2 years to 31 December 2019
SalarySalary Scale Point 20-24 – £19,432 to £21,966 per annum
Office BaseBased at Dixon House, Whalley Road, Blackburn to work across Lancashire
Contact for more detailsMartin Hartley-Smith 01254 244700 / 075812 308462

 All roles within CANW have a responsibility for the safeguarding of children and adults.

Job description, Person Specification and advert attached. This role will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check against the Child’s Barred List.  This post will be advertised internally and on our website, featured on Blackburn with Darwen jobs bulletin and circulated to CVS.

To apply:




Please complete an application form and forward this to humanresources@canw.org.uk  by no later than 5.00 pm on Monday, 11 December 2017.  Interviews scheduled for w/c 18 December 2017. The Changing Futures (Building Better Opportunities) project for Lancashire is a multi-partner delivery model that aims to support those most at risk of exclusion from the labour market and identify, reduce and/or remove barriers to engagement and employment for eligible participants.

This post is part funded through the Building Better Opportunities programme (European Social Fund and Big Lottery funding)

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EYJS Support Worker (Sessional)

Service AreaTESS – Criminal Justice – Extended Youth Justice Service (EYJS)
Job RoleEYJS Support Worker (Sessional)
Reporting toPrevent Coordinator
Hours/Pattern

of work

As and when required, to meet the needs of the service, predominantly weekends with occasional evenings (including Bank Holidays)
ContractSession paid Pan Lancashire
Salary£8.80 p/h Mon – Fri 9am-5pm.    £9 p/h evenings and weekends
Office BaseNorth – Lancaster, Morecambe,  Central & South – Preston, Skelmersdale, Leyland  East – Burnley & Accrington
Contact for more detailsTrevor Hannon 07867524179

 All roles within CANW have a responsibility for the safeguarding of children and adults.

Job description, Person Specification attached. This role will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check against the Child’s Barred List.  This role will be advertised internally, on the website and with Indeed Jobs.  Applicants must have access to their own transport and hold a full current driving licence.

To apply:



Please complete an application form and forward this to humanresources@canw.org.uk