Community Play Support Worker 20hrs/wk (Tues, Wed, Thurs)
We are seeking to appoint a part time Play Support Worker who is flexible, able to work on their own initiative and able to work on their own with children and families and most importantly, who understand the benefits and importance of play for children and parents!
You will have a relevant qualification and at least 1 year's experience of working with primary/secondary age children, have excellent communication skills and hold an Enhanced DBS Disclosure or be willing to have a check.
20 hour/week working on a Tuesday, Wenesday and Thursday, working with two colleagues facilitating and running three school Based Nurture Groups and two community based Family Play Hubs after school. Work will also include work with the family, supporting them to make positive changes and attending relevant multi-agency meetings where required.
We provide regular supervision, a great team of colleagues, paid Annual leave and Pension contributions as well as access to training.
To request an application pack to apply, please email email@example.com
Salary: £17,298.00 to £19,430.00 pro rata/year
Closing date: Friday 26th January 2018
Interviews: Week beginning 29th January 2018
Please speak to Caroline in the BAPP office for further information and to be sent an application pack, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lunchtime Playworker 1x Monday - Friday 11.45 to 13.15 (7.5
hrs/wk) Term time only
1x Wednesday - Friday 11.45 to 13.15 (4.5 hrs/wk) Term time only
BAPP are asked by schools to provide playworkers at lunchtime to enable children to have a positive play time and be in a better place to go back into the classroom. The job is all weathers and term time only. Where there is wet play, the role will be supervising children in a hall or classroom depending on the school, still ensuring that children have a positive play experience so may include running group games and using distraction to avoid conflict!
This role is facilitating a range of play opportunities for school-age children during the school lunchtime period including over sight for the playground and appropriate supervision of children, enabling children to be in control of their play appropriate use of play resources, loose parts and materials for play
Overseeing childrens’ play, intervention where behaviour is inappropriate and working within the school rules, supporting children to have a positive playtime
Teenage Rampage Sessional Worker
Tuesday evening 6.30 – 9.30pm with the session running 7-9pm each week.
Join our team of Play/Youthworkers facilitating a range of age appropriate play opportunities and activities for disabled young people aged 13 - 19 years. You should be confident and have experience of working with disabled children and young people and understand the social model of disability.
The programme is put together by young people and can include sessions in the community centre as well as out and about. In the past these have been creative and sensory, active including Zumba and judo, preparing and cooking food as well as Ten pin bowling and going out to restaurants to eat.