Hull: KIDS – Advocacy and Children’s Rights Practitioner (Children with disabilities)

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12th July 2019

Hull: KIDS – Advocacy and Children’s Rights Practitioner (Children with disabilities)

Deadline 12th July

Hours of work: 18 Hours per week

Location: Hull

Department: Yorkshire

Full Time Equivalent (FTE) salary details: £20,598 FTE per annum

This post is fixed term maternity cover post until 1 July 2020.

As Advocacy and Children’s Rights Practitioner you will be supporting disabled children, or young people and their families. This is a great opportunity to develop your skills in a rewarding role, and gain a strong sense of achievement.

The role involves

  • Working with colleagues at KIDS to develop a range of routes for children and young people to contribute to development work within Children & Young People’s Services to increase the level of understanding of children’s rights and promote children’s participation
  • This post is specific to children and young people with disabilities, working to promote their rights and creating opportunities for them to be heard and participate in decisions that affect their lives specifically children accessing Short Breaks, Looked After Children and those placed in independent settings

 Further responsibilities and duties can be found in the detailed job description. 

This post is a fixed term maternity cover post up to 1st July 2020. Interviews will be held on 17 July

Some flexibility may be considered over the hours and work pattern.

For more information, and to apply, go to the Kids website