The council provides a large number of services for local people, businesses and visitors to the borough, including services for children and adults, and environmental, cultural, sports, housing, planning and benefits services.
With a workforce of about 6121 staff, including schools, Croydon Council is one of the largest employers in the borough. The council also makes a significant contribution to the local economy.
Croydon Council has been successful in obtaining funding from the DfE for a project promoting the mental health and wellbeing of Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children and Young People (UASC) through a range of youth and enrichment activities.
You will devise these programmes in partnership with care leavers, local youth clubs, the voluntary sector and refugee and community organisations. You will be committed to ensuring newly arrived young people develop a strong social network and are fully integrated in the activities offered by the youth engagement team.
Responsibilities and Duties
Experience, Knowledge and Skills
The post is available for an immediate start subject to checks, appointment to this post will be subject to the outcome of an enhanced Disclosure obtained through the Disclosure and Barring service.
To discuss this role, please contact Amanda.Warren@croydon.gov.uk
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