Online Therapist/Counsellor (Maternity Cover)

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Location
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Salary
£21,500
Posted
06 Jun 2017
Expires
23 Jun 2017
Contract Type
Temporary
Hours
Full Time

Red Balloon of the Air

Position: Online Therapist/Counsellor (Maternity Cover)

Part time 32 hours per week

Fixed Term Contract 12 months

£21,500 / year FTE

Based in: Cambridge

Start date: September 2017

Red Balloon of the Air is an award-winning charity that operates a leading-edge virtual learner centre. We offer academic, wellbeing and community support to transform the lives of students (aged 9-18 years) who want to learn but have had low rates of attendance at school due to high anxiety, severe bullying, trauma or chronic stress. Our programme comprises online and face-to-face support to build confidence and reconnect students with learning and their education. Students are typically referred to us by their school, mental health services or local authority.

We seek an experienced therapist / counsellor to cover maternity leave to deliver therapeutic wellbeing sessions online with a core group of students and to build, where appropriate, relationships with their families and the professionals supporting the student to enable them to participate fully in the social community of Red Balloon as part of their recovery.  The role requires creativity, flexibility and commitment as RBAir provision develops to meet the needs of more young people.

If you are educated to degree level and have a relevant counselling qualification and experience then please email for application pack - click apply for details. We do not accept CV’s.

Deadline for application: Friday 23rd June 2017

Date of interview: w/c 3rd July 2017

Red Balloon of the Air is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and requires the successful candidate to commit to this. The person appointed will be subjected to an enhanced DBS check.

Red Balloon of the Air is an equal opportunities employer. Applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, marital status.

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