This expanding and leading woman only charity has an exciting job vacancy for self-motivated and passionate individuals interested in bringing about real change to the diverse communities we serve.
This role is ideal for someone with experience of engaging and motivating young girls and young women living in poverty and at risk of/have mental health problems particularly those who have recently arrived as refugees, asylum seekers or economic migrants, and be facing increased levels of psychological morbidity, especially PTSD, depression and anxiety. They face further barriers due to language and literacy difficulties, disrupted education, discrimination, issues with identity and belonging, a lack of parental involvement. including: low aspirations and educational attainment, mild-moderate mental health problems and risk of exclusion from school.
Confidentiality, excellent communication skills, empathy and a good understanding of safeguarding are imperative to this role.
It is an occupational requirement for this role to have a female (respective of post requirements) worker under the Equality Act 2010, Section 9 Part 1