The successful candidate will operate as a support worker on our new programme that is focused on Rochdale heritage. Working under the direction of the co-ordinator you will effectively support the delivery of the programme to families who have witnessed or experienced domestic abuse.
You will be required to plan and deliver engaging sessions around environmental issues affecting Rochdale Canal and the surrounding area, as well as educate families on local heritage. You will be required to plan sessions independently as well as in collaboration with families, volunteers and external services and support co-production meetings. You will be expected to contribute to developing strong relationships within families and to specifically support the re-building of parent-child relationships, which have been damaged as a result of the occurrence of domestic abuse.
The role will require you to provide emotional and practical support to families in a positive group setting, promoting self-worth, self-esteem, developing skills and confidence as well as inspiring pride in Rochdale. You will be expected to regularly consult with the co-ordinator, providing detailed records of sessions and any relevant feedback. The programme worker will be expected to work alongside key professionals, including domestic abuse workers, counsellors and play therapists as required to provide maximum support to families.
Closing Date: 23/05/2022
Rochdale Connections Trust
60 Drake Street
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