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Childrens Project Worker

  • Job reference: TM0212PWFAL
  • Location: Falkirk
  • Job type: Temporary
  • Area of Expertise: Unqualified Social Work
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Job description: Children's Project Worker, Falkirk

In partnership with a client within Falkirk, I'm looking for a Children and Families Project Worker.

The successful candidates will be working with young children with social, emotional, communication and behaviour.

Candidates will provide support to families with children and young people aged 0 -18 years with varied issues - the impact of isolation; exclusion; poverty; poor mental health; routines and boundaries; relationship breakdown.


- To work with children, young people and their families, on a one to one or group basis, using a variety of interventions, to identify needs and to achieve positive outcomes.
- To work in partnership with parents/carers to empower them and to enable them to achieve better outcomes for their children.
- To work co-operatively with children's services, health agencies and other community based services, to provide the most effective service for children, young people and families.
- To contribute to Service development.
- To apply safeguarding and child protection procedures.

Must have full driving license and access to a car with business insurance as transporting children to and from home or activities will be necessary.

An understanding of attachment and the impact of trauma would be helpful as well as some experience of working with parents.

The role is for an initial 1 month with pay rates of 10.50 per hour.

If you are interested in the role, or know of anyone who may be, please contact Theo at Service Care Solutions on 01772 208 964 or email

Service Care Solutions also offers a £250 referral bonus! So if you know of anyone who would be perfect for this position and they are placed into work, you will receive £250 for the referral once their probationary period has been completed!