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We're have 4 new and exciting job vacancies ? Need a challenge? Could it be you?

29 Apr, 2021

 Job Title: Marketing & Communications Office

Salary: £24,972 - £25,972 (pro rata) +6% pension

Duration: March 2022

Hours:  21 hours per week

This is a new opportunity within Shantona. As the Marketing and communications officer, your role will be to take lead on marketing and communications with a Charitable, third sector establishment. The successful candidate will lead the development of marketing campaigns and external communications that drive audience and income growth at the charity, building brand recognition and develop a strategy that supports and compliments our different income generation activities.

Experience: Minimum 1 year experience of digital marketing

Applicant should hold either a degree in Communications or Marketing.

 

Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) Project Worker - Children and Young People

Salary: £19,367.74 - £21,170 pro rata + 6% pension

Hours:28 hours per week

Duration: 6 months

You will support young people from the south Asian communities aged 12-18 years at risk of child sexual exploitation.  You will develop initiatives to build awareness and resilience and ensuring the provision of support services directly and through onward referral to other agencies. You will need an understanding of safeguarding issues relating to young people affected by sexual exploitation.

Applicants should hold A professional qualification NVQ level 4 or equivalent of youth and community work, teaching, social workandhave equivalent relevant experience.

Post Title: Community Development worker for Children & young people (including male)

Salary: £19,367.74 - £21,170 + 6%pension                          

Hours: 25 hours per week

Duration: April 2023

PURPOSE OF THE JOB:

Support children, young people (including young men) from the ages of 5-18 years. BAMER communities specifically south Asian communities, who are facing domestic violence, forced marriage or at risk of violence. Your role will be to support the development of initiatives to build resilience and raise awareness amongst young people around DV, forced marriage and other violence towards female member/s of the family.  As well as providing high quality front-line services.

Applicants should hold either a professional qualification NVQ level 3 and above or equivalent of youth and community work, teaching, social work.

 

 Post Title: Lead Key worker for Early Years

Salary: B1 - 18,466 pro rata

Duration: To be reviewed yearly

Hours: 21 Hours per week – (over 4 days). Term time only plus additional working hours when needed.

We are looking to recruit an experienced lead practitioner for Shantona Early years provision, which rated good OFSTED rating setting.  You will have responsibility for teaching and learning for children aged 2-5 years within the Early Years setting. Working alongside the Early years manager you will ensure all the children who attend Shantona’ s provision make good progress in all areas of their learning and development. Ensuring all confidentiality, risk assessments and safeguarding procedures are in line with both Company and Local Authority.

Applicants should hold a relevant professional qualification: CACHE Diploma in Childcare and Education, NNEB or BTEC Nursery Nurse NVQ Level 3 and above, Tec (Early Years), CACHE Diploma in Childcare Education.

 

The closing date for all post is: Friday 22nd May 2021.

Interviews will be held on Tuesday 1st June and Wednesday 2nd  June 2021.

 

If you have further queries regarding the above posts or for an application pack, please contact Ashia on 01132497120 or email: admin@shantona.co.uk

This post is open to (*Female) only, Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9 (Part 1) Occupational Requirement

 

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  • 'I came to the UK five years ago that time I wasn't able to speak any English. By attending Shantona women centres ESOL courses two years at the moment I am studying GCSE English with Thomas Danby College. Also, I'm involved in childcare volunteer with Shantona. I have done ESOL entry one and two, childcare level one, let's play together, story sacks numeracy which was provided by Shantona women centre. I would like to thank Shantona for helping me improve my confidence. Also, I will suggest people like me should come to Shantona and attend the activity they are providing and support them to go further.'

    Previous service user now a volunteer worker at Shantona's creche

  • 'I used to walk past Shantona all the time without knowing what they did, until one day I was referred through social care services. I received support and realised there were other women just like me and that I wasn’t alone and my bad relationship experiences were not normal. I joined in with DV awareness raising sessions and workshops, they made such a huge difference and helped me regain my confidence enough to start speaking out about my own experiences of DV during the '16 days of action' event.'

    Adult Service User

  • 'I have learned how to stay safe online and using social media. I have become more confident to talk about my problems with my support worker and my self-esteem is increasing'

    Young People's Service User

  • 'At first I accepted that forced marriage was part of the cultural norm, but now I realise that it is wrong'

    Young People's Service User

  • 'I have seen changes in the students, the students are considering the bigger picture more and other aspects of issues affecting them. When challenged about their views or behaviour I see a more reflective student as before. I see Shantona's role as an external agency that can provide targeted intervention for groups of our young people who require closer attention. School do not have the expertise and knowledge to provide such material at the level and intensity that Shantona can.'

    Sat Hundal Deputy for Behaviour & Safeguarding Allerton Grange School

  • 'I feel much happier and confident that I’m getting my life back on track. I have started to attend groups to help expand my knowledge and make new friends.'

    Adult Service User

  • 'When the girls started to come to the girl's group all they were interested in was turning 16 and being able to get married…now they realise how important their education is and are looking to the future and thinking about going to University and getting jobs. Through informal education, we have raised their aspirations'

    Youth Worker

 
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