Join Greenwich Mencap and you’ll be working with talented, passionate and caring colleagues to make life better for people with a learning disability, learning difficulty or autism in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
Why Greenwich Mencap?
As well as the incredible satisfaction you'll get from working with experienced, dedicated colleagues and improving peoples' lives on a daily basis, you will also be valued by, and work for, a responsible employer.
As well as being an accredited London Living Wage Employer, we offer 28 days of annual leave not including public holidays to full time staff (pro-rata for part-time staff), and a pension with a 6% employer contribution.
As part of our ongoing commitment to equality, we have joined the Equality Register and promote appropriate equality policies and practices.
35 h / week (F/T) @ £22,119 pa
Fixed-term, currently until December 2022
Closing Date: Midnight on 25th May 2018
Greenwich Mencap is a local registered member-led charity working with and for people with a learning disability and their families in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. Greenwich Mencap’s Greenlights Project is an innovative behaviour support service funded by the Big Lottery Fund for families where a child aged 0-11 years has a learning disability and/or autism and exhibits challenging behaviour. The Greenlights Coordinator supports families who are experiencing behavioural difficulties from their child to develop coping strategies/behaviour management skills, understand and manage sibling rivalry & improve communication skill. The coordinator also provides workshops to families to help them understand and manage challenging behaviour
For further information please contact the Training, Education and Development Manager at the following e-mail address:
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We have a great opportunity to be creative in designing projects that will have a really positive impact on children with learning disabilities and their families.
Through community outreach I can directly influence peoples’ lives and see first hand a growing number of success stories.