Have you got what it takes to join to Birmingham Children’s Trust, in delivering effective evidenced based interventions to families? The successful applicants will be responsible for enabling families to achieve excellent outcomes whilst working alongside our Assessment & Short-Term Intervention Teams (ASTI)
These roles will play a huge part in supporting our the most vulnerable families to achieve and maintain excellent outcomes enabling them to thrive.
The successful applicants will provide effective interventions to support families to become strong again, offering children and parents the opportunity to work with us, helping them achieve good outcomes, promote positive parenting, increase attendance, and reduce the need for requiring specialist services, you will work actively with Social Workers, who will have case responsibility, setting the Child in Need Plan that will direct interventions required, whilst engaging partners, schools, community services and the voluntary sector to work together overcoming family risk factors
You will have proven experiences of working directly with vulnerable children and families to make effective change in their lives, by delivering evidence-based interventions in family homes, education and community settings. You will have experience of delivering parenting programmers, supporting families to overcome complex safeguarding risk factors such as, Exploitation, Domestic Abuse, Drug and Alcohol addictions and boundary setting within the home to achieve and maintain excellent outcomes for our families in Birmingham.
In return we offer up to 34 days annual leave, a final salary pension and a range of employee benefits.
If you would like to discuss the role further, please contact If you would like to discuss the role further, please contact Alison Holmes - 07920275290/ Jaya Naghen - 07919 293665/ Christine Wellington - 07766922205
Base – home working and actively working within the community
Shortlisting: commencing week of the 23rd November 2020
Interviews to be held remotely on the 2nd December 2020