To promote the rights of children and young people in accordance with the UNCRC; to provide advocacy and support to neurodivergent children and young people; to ensure that the views of children and young people referred to Salvesen Mindroom Centre are taken into account in decisions that materially affect them; to develop materials and resources suitable for children and young people.
The charity is based in Edinburgh but the Direct Help and Support (DHS) service in which this role sits, covers the whole of Scotland. Due to growing demand for our services in West/South West Scotland, we wish to appoint a team member who can easily manage travel within, broadly, North and South Lanarkshire, North and South Ayrshire and potentially Dumfries & Galloway. The role primarily involves providing support to children and young people using a mix of online and in-person communication. The post will be hybrid, mainly home-based. Some travel to Salvesen Mindroom Centre’s office(s) will be required. During induction for the role, we will require a more frequent presence in our Edinburgh office.
For over twenty years we have been making a huge difference to the lives of neurodivergent children, young people, and their families. Our goal is to become a world-leading centre bringing practical help, research, and education together to address the impact of neurodiversity.
Research has always been central to our vision for a world leading centre of excellence. Neurodiversity knows no boundaries and our work is complemented by the Salvesen Mindroom Research Centre (SMRC) based at the University of Edinburgh.
In this role you join Salvesen Mindroom Centre at an exciting time, as we continue our work to improve the daily lives of children, young people and families.
Please download the job application pack below or for more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date for Applications: 9am on Tuesday, 9th August 2022
Interviews will be held on: Thursday, 1st September 2022