The following responsibilities may be required:
- To provide guidance to families of children and young people with disabilities/additional needs and sleep problems, through the establishment of a local multi agency sleep service and training for parents offer.
- To work under the guidance of the Sleep Coordinator, Senior Sleep Practitioners to co-deliver workshops where trained and or facilitate groups to provide support on sleep and related issues for families.
This is a part-time role with 16 hours per week.
This is a fixed-term role until 31st March 2022 with possibility of extension due to project possibilities.
Some flexibility may be considered over the hours and work pattern.
Want to know more about the vital work the Hull Sleep Service does? Take a look at this video to find out more https://youtu.be/Myq2ScMG9rg
To be able to carry out this role it is essential that you have the following characteristics:
- Previous experience of administration.
- Evidence of excellent Word processing skills/excellent ICT skills (e.g. Microsoft Office, CLAIT, ECDL);
- Educated to a minimum of Level 2 qualification including English and Maths or GCSE level grade C or above;
- Good oral and written communication skills;
- The ability to work in flexible manner.
- Ability to maintain accurate and appropriate records and statistics;
It is desirable that you have:
- A knowledge of issues relating to disabled children and families;
- Experience of working closely with families of disabled children;
- Lived experience is valued.
To apply for this job please visit careers.kids.org.uk.