Emotional Wellbeing Workers

Contract: full time fixed term till April 2021


EWW: £34-36k dependent on experience.

Senior EWW: £36-38k dependent on experience.

Please note these roles will require a DBS check to be taken after the appointment.

We are looking for three experienced youth workers who specialise in promoting the emotional well-being of children and young people. This will include creating or supporting personal plans that combine direct delivery, on-line tools and integrated support services. It is currently planned that there will be a position based at our three hubs in Islington and that one will be a senior role. There will be a period of training, programme and groundwork development prior to direct referrals starting in summer 2019.

These new roles are part of an exciting new pilot programme we are running in partnership with Islington CCG.

Background: An increasing number of children and young people with social, emotional and mental health issues are seeking professional help via their GP or school. In some cases the clinical assessment shows the young person would be better served in the first instance by the offer of counselling or psychotherapy in a community setting. They might also benefit from a supported programme of social, physical and creative activities. Islington CCG in partnership with Islington Council are funding a two-year pilot programme to increase the youth worker capacity at Lift, Platform and Rose Bowl to facilitate referrals of young people with emotional wellbeing needs.*

How to apply:

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Emotional Wellbeing Worker
Senior Emotional Wellbeing Worker

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Please email a completed application form to jobs@isledon.co.uk

Deadline: for applications is 10am on Tuesday 26 March

*This new pathway is part of an overall redesign of the Children and Adolescents Social, Emotional and Mental Health Services provision in Islington. (If you want to know the pathway detail you can read pages 53-55 of the Islington CAMHS Transformation Plan)