Are you an ambitious, creative and influential leader or practitioner who is passionate about reducing the number of children being removed into care by supporting women to bring about change in their lives? Do you have direct experience of working with and affecting change in vulnerable individuals? Pause is a charity seeking to prevent the damaging consequences of thousands more children being taken into care each year.
Pause works with women who have experienced – or are at risk of – repeated pregnancies that result in children needing to be removed from their care. The programme gives women the chance to pause and take control over their lives, breaking a destructive cycle that causes both them and their children deep trauma, as well as reducing huge costs to society and the taxpayer. As Pause continues to spread and progresses from strength to strength, we need great people to lead, develop and coordinate our Practices. As a Pause Practice Lead you will provide leadership to an individual Pause Practice to ensure the implementation and delivery of an integrated package of health, therapeutic and social support.
Hours: Full Time 35 hours per week (flexibility to work outside of normal working hours as required) Holidays: 25 days holiday pa plus statutory
Salary: £28,000 – £32,000 pa dependant on experience
Pension: Auto enrolment pension (6% employer contribution)
In this role, you will be a big part of a small team, where everyone takes a flexible and collaborative approach to work, and is committed to improving outcomes for vulnerable and marginalised groups.
Like Pause, you will be passionate about changing entrenched social issues, and will respond by ‘doing things differently’. You will play an integral part of a team where everyone takes an energetic, flexible and collaborative approach to their work, and are committed to improving outcomes in society.
Due to the nature of the work carried out in our Women’s centres this role is restricted to female applicants only in accordance with the provisions of the occupational requirement (Equality Act 2010, pursuant to Schedule 9, Part 1).
The Nelson Trust is committed to safeguarding, the successful applicant will be required to undergo an enhanced Children & Adults DBS check
We recognise that employees from different backgrounds bring unique knowledge, perspectives and experiences and we are committed to increasing the diversity of our workforce and welcome applications from individuals across all sectors of society.
If this role is for you then please click on the links to download an application form and job description.
You should include:
• Full details of your skills and experience relevant to the job description and person specification and your education and work history
• A supporting statement
• A completed equal opportunities and declaration form
For more information please contact email@example.com or ring 01453 885633
Closing Date: 5th June 2022
Interview Date: 16th June 2022
Please Quote Job Reference: 542