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Project Support Officer

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We’re looking for an experienced and dynamic coordinator to lead a range of hugely exciting opportunities for young people in Cumbria to get involved in tackling climate change.

One aspect of this new role at CAfS is to coordinate our Greener Schools project. We’ll support students to review their school’s environmental footprint, report their results, help decide on actions and take part in delivering those actions.

Schools Healthy Lifestyles Advisor

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Do you want to work around school hours? Are you interested in helping children lead healthier lifestyles? Then our company could be the place for you! We are looking for a motivated team member who would work with primary schools in and around the Carlisle. Supported by the head office team, the role will be home based with travel into schools in the locality. Your role will be to support local primary schools in the PhunkyFoods programme (www.phunkyfoods.com). Full training will be given, but knowledge of working with schools or in health improvement is beneficial.

Head Of Clinical Practice (part time 0.6 FTE)

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This is a new post, formed at an exciting time of targeted growth, to enable the organisation to meet an increased demand for services. The successful applicant will lead on clinical practice across our therapy, counselling, and support services. We are looking for an experienced professional with leadership and management skills, preferably a clinician educated to degree standard or having equivalent experience in a relevant discipline e.g., health, education, social care, psychology. The ideal applicant will have sound experience of therapeutic and trauma informed practice. The Head of Clinical Practice is one of three senior roles in Safety Net which oversee all operations and business activities. The aim is to ensure the organisation produces the desired results in terms of its agreed vision, values, aims and objectives, and that its also fulfilling agreed contracts and funding requirements. The role is hybrid working which means the successful candidate will need to be able to travel across Cumbria and work remotely from home.

1 x Adult Therapist / Counsellor (up to full time)

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Due to increased demand, we are looking for enthusiastic adult and children and young peoples therapists or counsellors with a recognised qualification to at least the equivalent of a postgraduate diploma. Who has or is willing to undertake training on trauma informed practise and understanding the impact of sexual and domestic abuse upon survivors, (12 months post qualification experience is desirable) to join our therapeutic team. You will provide specialist support, counselling and trauma-focused therapy to adults, children and young people. The successful applicant will be responsible for their own case load, work autonomously and pro-actively with clients as well as in an inter-agency context. This is a hybrid role which means the successful candidate will need to be able to travel across Cumbria and work remotely from home. Therapists and counsellors are working remotely at present with sessions being delivered via telephone or video link. We provide the following staff wellbeing support, clinical supervision, case management and peer support meetings, all taking place through Microsoft Teams at present. Reporting to: Head of Operations and Head of Clinical Practice.

1 x Children and Young Peoples Therapist / Counsellor (up to full time)

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Due to increased demand, we are looking for enthusiastic adult and children and young peoples therapists or counsellors with a recognised qualification to at least the equivalent of a postgraduate diploma. Who has or is willing to undertake training on trauma informed practise and understanding the impact of sexual and domestic abuse upon survivors, (12 months post qualification experience is desirable) to join our therapeutic team. You will provide specialist support, counselling and trauma-focused therapy to adults, children and young people. The successful applicant will be responsible for their own case load, work autonomously and pro-actively with clients as well as in an inter-agency context. This is a hybrid role which means the successful candidate will need to be able to travel across Cumbria and work remotely from home. Therapists and counsellors are working remotely at present with sessions being delivered via telephone or video link. We provide the following staff wellbeing support, clinical supervision, case management and peer support meetings, all taking place through Microsoft Teams at present. Reporting to: Head of Operations and Head of Clinical Practice.

Trauma Informed Practitioner (full time)

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This is an excellent opportunity for newly qualified social workers, health care professionals or qualified therapists interested in working in this arena and developing their trauma informed practice. Trauma Informed Practitioners work with adults, children and young people providing specialist support, performing duty referral triage and assessment provision, working 1:1 with clients offering safety and stabilisation techniques as well as supporting any practical needs. Trauma Informed Practitioners also support our Tier 4 services of volunteers, groups, awareness raising and training, supporting their reintegration back into communities and expanding the scope of services that Safety Net offers. The successful applicant will be responsible for their own case load, work autonomously and pro-actively with clients as well as in an inter-agency context. The role is hybrid working which means the successful candidate will need to be able to travel across Cumbria and work remotely from home. All Trauma Informed Practitioners are working remotely at present, with sessions being delivered via telephone or video link. We provide the following staff wellbeing support, clinical supervision, case management and peer support meetings, all taking place through Microsoft Teams at present. Reporting to: Head of Operations and Head of Clinical Practice.

Freelance Children and Young Peoples Therapists / Counsellors

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Full time or part time hours – minimum 2 sessions per week.

Due to increased demand we are looking for experienced and enthusiastic adult and children and young peoples therapists or counsellors, with a recognised qualification to at least the equivalent of a postgraduate diploma. Who has a working knowledge of trauma informed practise and a good understanding of the impact of sexual and domestic abuse upon survivors, with at least 12 months post qualification experience, to join our therapeutic team. You will provide specialist counselling and trauma-focused therapy to adults, children and young people. The successful applicant will be responsible for their own case load, work autonomously and pro-actively with clients as well as in an inter-agency context. Therapists and counsellors will work remotely with sessions being delivered via telephone or video link. We provide the following staff wellbeing support case management and peer support meetings, all taking place through Microsoft Teams at present. Reporting to: Head of Operations and Head of Clinical Practice.