PIE Schools and Parents Facilitator

Recruiter
St Basil's
Location
Birmingham
Salary
£21,937 per annum
Posted
11 Oct 2017
Closes
18 Nov 2017
Sector
General
Contract Type
Full Time

POSITION:

PIE Schools & Parents Facilitator â€" Fixed Term for 18 Months Until March 2019

REPORT TO:

Lead for Physcologically Informed Environments

LOCATION:

St Basils, Head Office, 71-75 Allcock Street, Digbeth, B9 4DY

SALARY:

Scale 5, Points 22-25, £19,370 - £21,244, per annum, pro rata

HOURS:

Full Time - 37.5 hours per week, flexibility is crucial as there will be a need to work evenings/weekends

CLOSING DATE:

Thursday 19th October 2017 - 12pm

Job Purpose

Working alongside psychologists in the PIE Team and from the University of Birmingham to support the development of a PIE approach in educational settings and with parent groups, with the aim of reducing familial relationship breakdown, which is a significant factor in youth homelessness. The post-holder will be involved in the Trailblazers projects, bringing together networks of teachers and parents to co-design and support delivery of bespoke PIE packages to empower teachers and parents to build trusting, empathic and mutually respectful relationships with their young people.

The successful candidate should ideally have:

  • A qualification that includes the theory and application of psychological models
  • Experience of engaging and working with parents and their children
  • An understanding about St Basils PIE tools and approaches
  • Ability to build relationships with a large calibre of people
  • Ability to liaise with parents and schools
  • An understanding of the key elements of a Psychologically Informed Environment

Please note: CVs and handwritten applications are not accepted.

St Basils is committed to a policy of ensuring equality of opportunity in employment for all, and to taking action to avoid discrimination.

As users of the disability confident scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for our vacancies.