West London Zone
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Link Worker

Still recruiting throughout COVID‑19

Job description

Are you a proactive self-starter with a passion and drive to change the lives of children and young people? If so, the Link Worker role at West London Zone could be the role for you!

Link Workers are based in schools and work with families, teachers, other professionals and partner organisations to deliver the WLZ programme to young people over two years.

We welcome applicants from a wide range of backgrounds, such as family support work, education, early years, social work, youth and community work, mentoring, or counselling, mental health support.

There are six key components to the Link Worker role:

  1. Build positive relationships with children, young people and families, developing a detailed understanding of each child on the WLZ programme
  2. Plan, manage and quality assure the programme of support delivered by WLZ’s partner organisations, ensuring that it complements what is on offer in the school, runs smoothly and supports children’s progress
  3. Plan and deliver tailored support programmes for individuals and small groups, responding to changing needs over the course of the programme
  4. Regularly engage with parents and carers and pro-actively connect families to opportunities in their community by listening to them and linking them to organisations, events and activities
  5. Support the children, young people and families to engage consistently with the programme of support so that they make progress towards positive outcomes
  6. Working with local services to ensure families get the additional support they need should they need it

More details about the benefits, values and roles at West London Zone are available in the job pack and the “Join the Team” page on our website.

What we are looking for

Accepted degree subjects

Any

Additional job details

Location
London
Salary
from £26,000

Contract, dates and working times
Permanent

Full-time · Part-time

How to apply

For this position, we are shortlisting and interviewing on a rolling basis.

  • Please indicate on the application form if you want to be considered for a primary school, a secondary school or either. Some primary settings work with Early Years children too so please indicate if this is an area of experience/interest also.
  • We have both part-time and full-time positions available so please indicate your preference on your application form also

If you have any questions please contact our friendly HR team

Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 29 May 2022

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Closing date:  29 May 2022

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