Emotional Health and Wellbeing Lead – Scottish Centre for Conflict Resolution

  • Part time
  • £28,759 – £31,595 pro-rata
  • Edinburgh based with travel across Scotland (On site)
  • Closing 10th June 2024


  • Advertised from 16th May 2024
  • 30 hours per week.

Role

What does ‘emotional health and wellbeing’ mean to you? What do you think it could mean for young people?

Over the last decade there has been a significant decline in the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people, with CAMHS recording an increase in referrals; in the first quarter of 2023, 10,500 children and young people were referred in Scotland. With a significant need to widen awareness of mental health and wellbeing within schools to support young people, SCCR’s Emotional Health and Wellbeing Lead plays a vital role within the team. You will be taking our work to young people, playing a role in reducing conflict situations that lead relationships to breakdown and mental health to suffer.

About the service

Cyrenians’ Scottish Centre for Conflict Resolution is a National Resource Centre for best practice in conflict resolution, mediation and early intervention work with a particular focus on young people and families. Our award-winning digital resources, free training and events improve understanding of conflict and emotional needs, to transform relationships and lives.

About the role

This role will ensure that the SCCR continues to evolve and extend its reach. You will:

  • Engage with young people to review and develop our services, ensuring their voices are heard
  • Deliver workshops and presentations, and contribute to our range of digital resources
  • Maintain and develop working relationships with schools and other youth organisations
  • Monitor and report on the progress of our work

About you

We are seeking a committed and self-motivated individual with experience in conflict resolution, research, psychology and creative practices. You should be able to demonstrate the ability to work under your own initiative, while also working in a team environment.

You should also be:

  • Well organised and effective with your time management.
  • Flexible and creative in your approach
  • Able to demonstrate our values of compassion, respect, integrity, and innovation in the work that you do.

How we will support you

You’ll be part of a small team, led by a supportive manager. There will be opportunities for you to learn and develop, while sharing your skills and experiences. You will have access to wider Cyrenians support, including our learning and development programme, and staff wellbeing services.

About us

At Cyrenians we tackle the causes and consequences of homelessness by taking a Public Health Approach to Homelessness Prevention. We take a values-led and relationships-based approach to delivering all our services.

You can find out more about our impact and our values online.

Application notes

Closing date is 12 noon on Monday 10th June 2024.

Interviews will be held week commencing 17 June 2024 onwards.

CV's will not be accepted.


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