4YPUK Dedicated Worker Vacancies for the Troubled Families

4YPUK Dedicated Worker Vacancies for the Troubled Families

Salary reflects the payment by results/outcome model of the Troubled Families Programme
£23kpa basic/£26pa OTE

4YP seek six full/part time suitably qualified and experienced professionals to work with families in Central Bedfordshire, identified
for the Troubled Families Programme. The Troubled Families initiative  is a national government funded programme aimed at turning around the lives of families by delivering:

• Improved school attendance and behaviour

• Reductions in youth crime and anti-social behaviour

• Helping to put adults back on the path to work

Ideal candidates will have a background and experience of working intensively with young people and/or adults, in for example Youth Offending, Connexions, Social Work or similar.  The Dedicated Worker must be able to evidence the impact that their involvement has made in facilitating positive and lasting change to families through challenging entrenched thinking, behaviour and attitudes, and building resilience.

Further details and application details can be found at www.4ypuk.com. The closing date for applications is Friday 9 August 2013. Please note shortlisted candidates will need to be available for interview on the 14 or 15 August 2013 and available to start work on the 16 September 2013.
4YP are commissioned by Central Bedfordshire Council to deliver the TF Programme

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