Pick Your Own
The role requiring supervision delivers a combination of coaching and mentoring, and includes informal community-based meetings and online support. It also sources, co-ordinates and accompanies young people to a variety of activities in the community, thus providing social, emotional and practical support for local young people aged 11-17 who are experiencing low social confidence, anxiety and have become or are at risk of becoming withdrawn and isolated.
See website for more information: https://www.pickyourownbrighton.com/
Pick Your Own is looking for an experienced, preferably qualified, supervisor who has experience of working with children and young people, experience of safeguarding and education and health services and preferably some experience/awareness of SEND. Whilst it is not clinical provision, Pick Your Own seeks clinical style supervision around cases to enable work with 'clients' to be reviewed with another perspective to ensure safe and thoughtful practice. Supervision is currently provided from a Solution Focussed therapist, this has been very helpful. It will require a broadly solution focussed mindset, an eclectic and integrative approach which supports a bespoke package for each young person. This role may be of interest to retired or previous clinical supervisors with a background in social work, youth work or mental health and wellbeing services.
The opportunity to share your skills and experience through a Community Interest Company providing direct support to, often overlooked, quiet and vulnerable young people in Brighton & Hove.
The opportunity to support a neutral organisation that lies outside ‘the system’ and that can have significant and life changing impact on young people and is making a difference.
The opportunity to be part of a collaborative organisation that works in partnership with young people and families, schools and activity providers across the City.
It will be 1:1 supervision and can be via a
video platform. Meetings will not exceed 2 hours and days, times etc can be flexible.
When do I need to be available?
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- Arts, Heritage and Entertainment
- Black and Minority Ethnic Communities
- Civic Responsibility and Communities
- Employment, Education and Training
- Families and Parenting
- Fitness and Sport
- Health and Social Care
- Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender
- Libraries, Books and Literature
- Mental Health
- Parks and Open Spaces
- Substance Misuses and Addiction
- Wildlife and Animals
- Womens Issues
- Young People
- Advice and Information
- Cooking and Catering
- Film Making
- Local Events
- One-off Activity
- Practical Skills
- Sports Volunteering
- Supporting People and Befriending
- Teaching and Training
Equal Opportunities Policy or Statement
PYO aims to identify the right person for the job irrespective of age, sex, race, ethnicity, disability and other factors that have no bearing on an individual’s ability to perform this role.
- Insurance Cover for Volunteers
- Suitable for 13 - 16 years
- Suitable for 16 - 18 years
- Suitable for a group of volunteers
- This role is adaptable for different abilities