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The Race Equality Foundation is transforming public services across the UK, using evidence to improve the outcomes for communities experiencing discrimination and disadvantage. We have staff working in offices in London.

 

Please see below for current vacancies:

Parent Programme Officer

We are currently seeking a temporary part time (3 days) Parent Programme Officer to be based in our London office until 30th April 2020.

The Strengthening Families, Strengthening Communities Programme (SFSC) is a national evidence based parenting curriculum designed to support a violence free healthy lifestyle and to promote some of the protective factors associated with better outcomes for children. It is deployed in the United Kingdom by the Race Equality Foundation.

The role is to work on a project to establish and deliver SFSC parenting programmes an East London Borough with a focus on supporting parents living in areas affected by extremism and radicalisation including right wing violence and extremism; and to support the work of the Strengthening Families, Strengthening Communities team at the Foundation.

The salary for this role is £25,997 (plus £2136 LW) pro rata. This post is available from August 2019 to 30th April 2020.

Closing date for receipt of all applications is Monday 22nd July 2019, 5pm.
Interviews will be held on July 26th September 2019.

Parent Programme Officer Job Description
Application Form July 2019

 

CYP Programme Officer

We are currently seeking two temporary part time (3 days) CYP Programme Officers to join the Strengthening Families, Strengthening Communities team to be based on site in Kent and at our London office until 30th April 2020.

The Strengthening Families, Strengthening Communities Programme (SFSC) is a national evidence based parenting curriculum designed to support a violence free healthy lifestyle and to promote some of the protective factors associated with better outcomes for children.  It is deployed in the United Kingdom by the Race Equality Foundation.  Alongside this, is a curriculum for children and young people based on the SFSC model and designed to reduce risk taking behaviour and enhance self esteem, social competencies and self-discipline in young people aged 10-18.

These posts are attached to a project to establish and deliver SFSC young people’s and parenting programmes in settings where young people are involved with criminal justice.

The salary for this role is £25,997 (plus £2136 LW) pro rata. This post is available from September 2019 to 30th April 2020.

Closing date for receipt of all applications is Thursday 25th July 2019, 5pm.
Interviews will be held on Tuesday 30th July 2019.

Post is subject to funding.

CYP Programme Officer JD
Application Form July 2019

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