NCH job opportunities

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NCH is one of the leading children’s charities in the UK, running projects for some of the country’s most vulnerable and excluded children, young people, and their families.

Senior Practitioners

  • Bradford and Sheffield £24,708 – £31,653

  • Closing date: 26th April 2007

These are challenging and rewarding opportunities to play an instrumental role in developing a high quality service within our specialist fostering projects. Your key focus will be on recruiting, training, assessing, supporting and supervising foster carers and you must have a proven track record of relevant skills. We have been successful in recruiting black carers into the service, and you’ll bring a good understanding of the needs of black and ethnic minority foster carers, and looked after children. The Bradford post will initially be based at Sheffield and require travel between projects in the two cities. As our services develop, it is envisaged that you will be based within a growing team in Bradford. For further information, please call Margaret Davies, Team Manager on 0114 2503060 or Keith Miller, Service Manager on 01642 249452. (Ref: DV503/302 – Sheffield, DV503/303 – Bradford)

P/T Fostering Outreach Worker

  • Sheffield 18 hours £15,825 – £20,235 pro rata

  • Closing date: 26th April 2007

This is an interesting and varied role to support children/young people in foster care and birth children of foster carers and will include helping to engage them in recreational activities, providing classroom support and organising group or mentoring support. We have been highly successful in recruiting black carers, and you’ll be instrumental in supporting them and black/ ethnic minority children in placement. For further information, please call Margaret Davies, Team Manager on 0114 2503060 or Keith Miller, Service Manager on 01642 249452. (Ref: DV503/301)

Qualified Sessional Social Workers (Foster Carer Assessment)

  • £1,500 per completed assessment

  • Closing date: 26th April 2007

Foster Care NCH requires qualified social workers with experience and established skills in assessing foster carers using the BAAF Form F format. We’re looking for individuals to work on a casual basis in the following areas: North East England including North Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, East Riding of Yorkshire and the North Midlands. For more details contact Keith Miller, Service Manager on 01642 249452.

Foster Carers

Foster Care NCH provides well-supported foster placements for children and young people between the ages of 8 and 17, and we are now looking for more foster carers throughout the North East and Yorkshire. NCH pays generous fees and allowances and provides thorough training. To find out more about joining our team please call 0845 200 5162.

Further information

For further information or to apply, please visit our website at To request a postal application, write to NCH Recruitment Shared Service, 522 Kilmarnock Road, Glasgow G43 2BL quoting the appropriate reference.

Closing date for job applications: 26th April 2007.

Committed to quality, equality and valuing diversity, NCH welcomes applications that reflect the cultural diversity of the communities within which we work. Registered charity no. 1097940/company no. 4764232.

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