Salary: £23,297—£29,288 (pro rata)

Hours: 37 hours per week (Term Time Only)

We are looking to recruit an excellent School Research and Delivery Practitioner to deliver the ‘Poverty Proofing the
School Day Programme’ and the BU course - our social and emotional wellbeing programme in schools.

This is a term time role, for one year, which will focus on generating work through the marketing and publicity of our social and emotional wellbeing programmes and converting this contact into sales, to ensure we can have significant impact across the North East.

The BU course is a mental health early intervention programme which focuses on coping strategies for children in key stages 2 and 3.

Poverty Proofing the School Day is a programme which combats the barriers to learning for disadvantaged students and involves engaging in meaningful and effective consultation with students, school staff and senior leaders.

The School Practitioner will also contribute to the wider work of the schools team including curriculum based outdoor education and wider wellbeing interventions.

To find out more download the Job Description and Person Specification.  To apply for this role, please fill in the application form.

Closing Date: 29th March 2019, 5pm

Interview Date: 10th April 2019

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