Development Officer (Children and Young People’s Lead) Hours: 21 hours per week (3 days flexible) Salary: £24,886 per annum pro rata (actual salary £14931.60) Community Action Wirral are looking for a skilled person with experience of children and young people’s services, and ideally also special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), whose role will be to work with and support the voluntary, community and faith sector and local communities. The role will support engagement, capturing views and influencing decisions that will contribute towards brighter futures for our children and young people. The role will involve delivering independently or co-delivery of training to the sector therefore a training or teaching qualification is essential. The role is based in Wallasey and has a presence in Community Action Wirral’s community shops based in Prenton, West Kirby, Overchurch and Bromborough. Travel will be required. 21 hours per week (3 days). To apply for this post, please complete and return the application form to [email protected] If you require a paper version of the application form, please ring Kay Smith on 0151 353 9700 Extension 209 or print a copy from our website: www.communityactionwirral.org.uk All completed paper applications should be returned to: Kay Smith Community Action Wirral 220 – 224 Liscard Rd Wallasey Wirral CH44 5TN Closing date for applications: Friday 10 July 2015 Short listing will take place on Thursday 16 July 2015 Interviews will be held on Thursday 23 July 2015
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