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Project Worker (Music) Apprentice, Youth Offending Service
  • Employer: Birmingham Children's Trust
  • Reference: BCT/21/170465
  • Published: Wed 27/10/2021, 12:20 PM
  • Closing on: Thu 02/12/2021, 23:59 PM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time
  • Hours: 36.5 hours per week
  • Salary: £18,562 to £20,493 (subject to job evaluation)
  • DBS Check: Enhanced
  • Location: 18 Gravelly Hill North, Erdington, Birmingham

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Project Worker (Music) Apprentice, Youth Offending Service

Fixed Term Opportunity for 12 months

Birmingham Children’s Trust continues to go from strength to strength. We are the largest provider of family support and social care services for children, young people and families in the country. Our goal is to become a centre of excellence in both social work and family support.

We are actively looking for someone who has care experience and is a Birmingham Care Leaver.

We have an exciting Care Leaver Apprenticeship Programme and a real opportunity for someone to get into the world of Youth support work. Working within our Youth Offending Service, we are looking for the right person who has a passion for young people and making a change.

The Youth Offending Service are passionate about the difference their work makes to young people who offend, their families, courts, victims and the community. They aim to achieve positive outcomes for young people and co-operation with voluntary and statutory partners, families and communities in developing services and approaches that will increase the likelihood of success of the programme.

In the role you we are looking for a dependable and passionate apprentice, to help plan and deliver skill enhancing and music making activity-based programmes, providing appropriate interventions in accordance with national Standards, which promotes effective practice, the skills, abilities and self-esteem of the young person.

You will be responsible for face to face work, focused activities, and responsibility for facilitating Music making interventions, involvement in individual and group work with young people subject to pre-court disposals or Statutory Orders.

In the role, you will need to undertake a level 3 Youth Support Worker Apprenticeship and successfully complete level 2 qualifications in English and Maths if you don’t already have these.

This is a great opportunity, so for more information on the role, download the job description and person specification attached. 

Our Values

We are one team. We support and motivate each other; we work together, and we respect each other. We each have an important role to play. 

                                                   ONE TEAM


                                                         QUALITY AND INNOVATION


                                    HIGH SUPPORHIGH CHALLENGE

We work tirelessly with staff and partners to drive the behaviours’, supported by strategies, policies and procedures that truly reflect them.

Our Benefits and Opportunities

We pride ourselves on making BCT a great place to work, making sure everyone feels valued and welcomed, with a genuine commitment to keeping our staff safe and well at work.  We offer a comprehensive package of support and training at all levels with clear career progression opportunities. 

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