Participation Worker (438518)
 

Salary range: £23,487 - £26,341 per annum (pro rata)
FTE: 0.5 (17.5 hours/week)
Term: Fixed (12 months)

Closing date: Wednesday, 30 March 2022

 

Do you want to help to improve how Scotland responds to children and young people who come into conflict with the law? Do you have a track record of delivering effective participation activity and working with key stakeholders? Are you approachable, courageous, optimistic, compassionate, innovative and determined? Then this new and exciting opportunity to work as a key part of CYCJ is for you. 

 

As a participation worker, you will support the delivery of an ambitious participation strategy for CYCJ, be part of the ‘Reimagining Justice with Children and Young People’ service, link with our Youth Justice Voices Project and help embed participation and the voice of lived experience across the youth justice sector.

 

You will have proven ability in engaging and building effective working relationships at all levels and a demonstrated ability to work autonomously. You will be able to communicate effectively with children and young people, as well as partners from various settings.  

 

You will work closely with Practice Development Advisors and other CYCJ staff who will lead on the delivery of a wide range of projects and programmes. You will be a self-starter who likes to be part of a team and relishes challenges. You will require flexibility in your approach, including working outside of an office environment.

 

You will use your knowledge, expertise and experience of justice systems to advise, support and guide others.

 

The post holder will report to the Practice Development Advisor for participation.

 

About CYCJ

CYCJ works towards ensuring that Scotland’s approach to children and young people in conflict with the law is rights-respecting, contributing to better outcomes for our children, young people and communities. Children and young people are at the heart of all our activity, although one of our key mechanisms for change is supporting policymakers and practitioners.    

 

Informal enquiries about the post can be directed to Ross Gibson, Practice Development Adviser, at ross.a.gibson@strath.ac.uk.

 

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Faculty
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Department/School
School of Humanities
Staff Category
Administrative and Professional Services
Type of Employment
Fixed-term
Working Hours
Part-time
 

Salary range: £23,487 - £26,341 per annum (pro rata)
FTE: 0.5 (17.5 hours/week)
Term: Fixed (12 months)

Closing date: Wednesday, 30 March 2022

 

Do you want to help to improve how Scotland responds to children and young people who come into conflict with the law? Do you have a track record of delivering effective participation activity and working with key stakeholders? Are you approachable, courageous, optimistic, compassionate, innovative and determined? Then this new and exciting opportunity to work as a key part of CYCJ is for you. 

 

As a participation worker, you will support the delivery of an ambitious participation strategy for CYCJ, be part of the ‘Reimagining Justice with Children and Young People’ service, link with our Youth Justice Voices Project and help embed participation and the voice of lived experience across the youth justice sector.

 

You will have proven ability in engaging and building effective working relationships at all levels and a demonstrated ability to work autonomously. You will be able to communicate effectively with children and young people, as well as partners from various settings.  

 

You will work closely with Practice Development Advisors and other CYCJ staff who will lead on the delivery of a wide range of projects and programmes. You will be a self-starter who likes to be part of a team and relishes challenges. You will require flexibility in your approach, including working outside of an office environment.

 

You will use your knowledge, expertise and experience of justice systems to advise, support and guide others.

 

The post holder will report to the Practice Development Advisor for participation.

 

About CYCJ

CYCJ works towards ensuring that Scotland’s approach to children and young people in conflict with the law is rights-respecting, contributing to better outcomes for our children, young people and communities. Children and young people are at the heart of all our activity, although one of our key mechanisms for change is supporting policymakers and practitioners.    

 

Informal enquiries about the post can be directed to Ross Gibson, Practice Development Adviser, at ross.a.gibson@strath.ac.uk.

 

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