LifeSkills Project Worker 2

Location UK / Belfast

Job Type Temporary part-time

Salary See description

Updated 11 hours ago

Reference 1440121

 Job Description

Excellent opportunity for a LifeSkills Project Worker 2 based in Belfast

Contract type: Fixed term


Salary :£23,545

Barnardo’s is seeking to recruit a dynamic and enthusiastic individual to work as part of the UK LifeSkills team.  Botvin LifeSkills is a highly effective early intervention and prevention programme that improves children’s emotional health and well being within the school setting. LifeSkills promotes resilience through the development of emotional literacy, critical thinking, problem solving and strategies to prevent risk taking behaviours. The LifeSkills Project Worker will support schools in their implementation of the programme and will involve the promotion of personal development within the primary and secondary school setting, the collection of data in providing schools with programme outcomes and a particular focus on growth of the programme within NI primary and secondary schools.

The post holder must hold a recognised teaching, social work or youth work qualification as per developer requirement.

Salary: £23,545 FTE per annum to be paid pro rata

Hours: 14.8 per week, fixed to October 2020

A waiting list will be held in the event that similar vacancies arise during the next 9 months

About Barnardo’s

At Barnardo’s we believe in children – no matter who they are, what they have done or what they have been through. Please read about our basis and values following the link below. You will be asked questions relating to them as part of the recruitment process for this role.

To apply please click on the APPLY NOW button below to be directed to the company website

Closing Date: 23 September 2019

Interview Date: Monday 30 October TBC

Barnardo’s is committed to having a diverse and inclusive workforce for staff and volunteers. We actively encourage applications from disabled, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic and male candidates as they are under-represented within Barnardo’s.