Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland are currently recruiting for new members of staff to join their award winning charity team.
This is an exciting time to join Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland as the charity's services for all those affected by spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus continue to develop across Scotland.
Early Years Innovator
Based at The Dan Young Building, Cumbernauld with travel across locality
15 hours per week (Days worked may vary and some evening and weekend work may be required to accommodate the needs of the families)
Salary: Circa £26,000 (pro rata) plus pension scheme and mileage reimbursement. Funded until March 2019.
This is an exciting time to join the Direct Services Team at Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland as part of the ‘Have A Go Innovation Project’ which focuses on the attainment challenges faced in early years for those affected by spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus.
SBH Scotland is looking for an Early Years Innovator to deliver early literacy and numeracy experiences through high quality play for our children with complex needs.
Educated to SVQ3/4 level in early learning and childcare, the post is ideally suited to a person with excellent interpersonal skills and a working knowledge of current early learning and childcare frameworks such as Pre-birth to Three and Building the Ambition. A good knowledge of GIRFEC wellbeing indicators as well as the ability to develop constructive relationships with identified children and families as well as a wide range of service users, carers and partner agencies is also essential.
The ideal candidate will also have experience of planning and delivering high quality early learning and language experiences for young children.
Own car and a full driving licence is essential.
Informal enquiries are welcomed to discuss the post further. Please email Steven White
Closing date for Early Years Innovator post applications: 5pm on Friday 21st April 2017
Interviews expected Wednesday 10th May 2017 at The Dan Young Building in Cumbernauld.
For this post we acknowledge the support of the Scottish Government through a CYPFEIF and ALEC Fund Grant