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12 Jul, 2021
Are you motivated to lead and bring about change within the community? Do you have the skills to develop and provide a range of confidence building and awareness raising activities, engaging women, children, young people and their families to build resilience and develop a cohesive community? Do you have sound knowledge about the cultural barriers affecting BAME women children/young people and their families in Leeds?
POST TITLE:Lead Practitioner (Young People)
SALARY: £24,972.65 - £26,790.45+ 6% pension pro rata
Your role will involve you supporting, leading, and supervising a team of Project delivery staff under the young people services umbrella. This includes coaching, identifying training needs and providing advice and assistance to the staff team to guarantee the smooth running of projects. You will have overall responsibility for shaping service areas in line with agreed targets and outcomes, ensuring delivery and performance are in line with the agreed aims and objectives of the projects.
Candidate must possess a Level 4 and above in youth work and have line Management experience. You will have proven project management skills and be able to develop strong relationships internally and externally, with colleagues, partners, and external agencies. An awareness of support services for vulnerable women, young people and their families in Leeds would be an advantage.
For further information and an application pack please contact Ashia on 0113 2497120 or by emailing email@example.com. If you would like to chat about either role further, you can contact Nahid Rasool CEO on the same number.
Closing Date: Monday 02nd August 2021
Interviews: Wednesday 11th& Thursday 12th August 2021
Shantona is committedto safeguardingand promoting the welfare of children, young people and Adults at Risk. Please note the successful applicant will be required to undertake an enhanced criminal record check where appropriate.
As these posts will be working with vulnerable women children and their families, these posts are open to women only under TheEquality Act 2010, Schedule 9 Part 1.