Family and Young People Officer
35 hours per week (over 5 days)

Hours 9-5 Monday to Friday with some evening and weekend work very occasionally.  There is no overtime pay but additional hours worked may be authorised as Time off in Lieu by arrangement.

The post require a very good level of knowledge and experience of Additional Learning Needs in the education system and good access to personal transport

The post holders will give educational information, advice and guidance to families, young people and professionals.  The post holder will attend and get involved in meetings with families, schools, colleges, health and the local authority.

Much of the work is over the phone or via email but there is also face to face support, meetings support and support to help resolve issues under dispute

This post can be stressful and is always busy.  a good ability to deal with these stresses is essential for the role.

The post holders will understand the various presentations of diversity and be neutral and supportive of all those who access our service

The Post holder, working from the Cardiff office, will join a team which leads in the City and County of Cardiff

The post holders report on areas of lead responsibility quarterly.  The post holders will be required to work or attend training in other areas where needed

Good computer skills, report writing and data searching are needed.

Please see the full Job Description and person specification here

If you would like to discuss one or other of these posts please ring Lindsay on 078 030 180 64

Closing date for applications June 21st

Those invited to interview will hear by June 26th

Interview date 3rd July

To apply please send a CV with any additional appropriate information to

recruit@snapcymru.org

To apply please send a CV with any additional appropriate information to 
recruit@snapcymru.org