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I wanted to say that it has been a pleasure and an honour working for Surrey Care Trust.  Being part of an incredible organisation full of amazing people who make a difference to so many lives does sound like a cliché, however it is true –  Surrey Care Trust is well respected and well known for the brilliant work that it carries out and long may that continue.

Nicola – former Mentor Co-ordinator


ROLE: Outreach Worker
LOCATION: Stanwell Family Centre
HOURS: Full time – 36 hours per week
SALARY: £23,812.00

The multi-agency approach of Family Centres is at the heart of Surrey County Councils Effective Family Resilience and Early Help Strategy. Family Centres play a central role in providing Early Help, in improving outcomes for all young children, and in reducing inequalities in outcomes between the most disadvantaged children and the rest.

Family Centres will provide access to high quality Early Help and targeted services, health, family support and employment related services. All services developed ensuring that the needs of children are paramount.

Each Family Centre is intended to become the first port of call for families in need or requiring additional support with the challenges that parents face every day bringing up their children. Stanwell Family Centre is managed by the Surrey Care Trust.

Overall purpose of the role

To ensure that all parents and carers in the Stanwell Family Centre reach area have access to Early Help (families able to access the right help at the right time) support they need to get involved with their children’s development, health, learning and well-being, to give them the best possible start in life.

An enhanced DBS is required for this role. *In accordance with data protection legislation, consent is not required in some circumstances including where a child is at significant risk of harm

To apply, please read the job description and complete the application form.

CLOSING DATE: 17 February 2020 INTERVIEW DATE: 26 February 2020


ROLE: Advice, Information and Clerical Receptionist (Part Time)
LOCATION: Stanwell Family Centre
HOURS: Part time – 12 hours per week (Thursday morning and Friday)
SALARY: £9.18 per hour

The multi-agency approach of Family Centres is at the heart of Surrey County Councils Effective Family Resilience and Early Help Strategy. Family Centres play a central role in providing Early Help, in improving outcomes for all young children, and in reducing inequalities in outcomes between the most disadvantaged children and the rest.

Family Centres will provide access to high quality Early Help and targeted services, health, family support and employment related services. All services developed ensuring that the needs of children are paramount.

Each Family Centre is intended to become the first port of call for families in need or requiring additional support with the challenges that parents face every day bringing up their children. Stanwell Family Centre is managed by the Surrey Care Trust.

Overall purpose of the role

The Advice, Information and Clerical Receptionist will play a key role in ensuring that all families wishing to use the Stanwell Family Centre have a point of contact that is welcoming, well informed about the services available for all children and families and is able to identify and direct users to services as appropriate.

To apply, please read the job description and complete the application form.

CLOSING DATE: 17 February 2020 INTERVIEW DATE: 26 February 2020


ROLE: HR Officer (Part Time)
LOCATION: Home-based with regular travel to Programme locations & Burpham /Woking
HOURS: Part time – 25 hours per week (worked flexibly)
SALARY: £18,057 (£26,002 FTE)

The Trust is seeking an HR Officer to provide HR across the Trust, ensuring that appropriate support is available to managers, employees and volunteers. The HR Officer leads on all aspects of the HR function, Health & Safety and assisting in the development of Volunteer Management, this diverse and rewarding post provides the opportunity to engage across the whole of the Trust’s activities. With a proactive and hands-on approach to delivering HR and coordinating Health and Safety at Work (HASAW) operations, the role will support the delivery of the Trust’s strategic objectives and operations.

To apply, please read the job description  and complete the application form. For an initial conversation about this role please contact Kate Shore, Deputy Chief Executive on 07718 475996

CLOSING DATE: 2 March 2020 INTERVIEW DATE: 10 March 2020


ROLE:  Early Help Assistant Borough Coordinator / Administrator (North Surrey) 
LOCATION: Home-based with travel throughout Surrey
HOURS: Either one full time role (36 hours per week, worked Monday to Friday with occasional twilight hours) OR 2 x part-time roles (18 hours each)
SALARY: £18,720 (full-time)

The Surrey Care Trust has recently been awarded the Early Help contract by Surrey County Council to deliver a co-ordinated programme of early help to families across ten boroughs within Surrey, building on our successful mentoring programme and spanning the age range and levels of need required.

Overall purpose of the role
In this role you will work with the Borough Coordinator to deliver our mentor training programmes, maintaining all central records and provide administrative support to the Cluster team. You will have the opportunity to work with a broad range of individuals, families, volunteers and external agencies.

To apply, please read the job description and complete the application form.


ROLE: Early Help Assistant Borough Coordinator / Administrator (West Surrey) – 2 roles available
LOCATION: Home-based with travel throughout Surrey
HOURS: Part time – 27 hours per week. There is some flexibility around work patterns but must include a Wednesday and will require occasional twilight working
SALARY: £14,040 (FTE £18,720)

The Surrey Care Trust has recently been awarded the Early Help contract by Surrey County Council to deliver a co-ordinated programme of early help to families across ten boroughs within Surrey, building on our successful mentoring programme and spanning the age range and levels of need required.

Overall purpose of the role
In this role you will work with the Borough Coordinator to deliver our mentor training programmes, maintaining all central records and provide administrative support to the Cluster team. You will have the opportunity to work with a broad range of individuals, families, volunteers and external agencies.

To apply, please read the job description and complete the application form.


ROLE: Early Help Borough Coordinator (West Surrey)
LOCATION: Home-based with travel throughout Surrey
HOURS: Part-time – 18 hours per week, some flexibility on working hours must include a Wednesday and with some twilight hours as required
SALARY: £10,858 (FTE £21,715)

The Surrey Care Trust has recently been awarded the Early Help contract by Surrey County Council to deliver a co-ordinated programme of early help to families across ten boroughs within Surrey, building on our successful mentoring programme and spanning the age range and levels of need required.

Overall purpose of the role
Your role will be to recruit, train, support and manage a bank of volunteer mentors who will be matched with families living within a specific borough. (NB the mentor is to be the primary person working with the family). Supported by an Assistant Borough Co-ordinator/Administrator, and working collaboratively with all team members and external agencies you will work to build relationships with our partner organisation, Home-Start to achieve mentoring objectives and meet contract targets.

To apply, please read the job description and complete the application form.


Tutors

Surrey Care Trust is recruiting tutors to teach on our community-based adult learning courses at various locations across Surrey.

Our free courses are designed to encourage low-skilled adults to take up learning again in a friendly, informal environment and we want to widen the range of topics we offer for short, non-accredited courses.

Tutors will need to be teacher qualified, e.g. hold a Certificate in Education or similar, and be able to offer subjects which can be delivered in a fun, interactive style.

As an example, we currently offer introductory courses in first aid, confidence building and personal development, bike maintenance and a range of crafts.

If you are interested in working with us on a flexible, part-time basis, please send a current CV to our main office:

Surrey Care Trust
The Crescent
Heathside Crescent
Woking,
Surrey
GU22 7AG


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