As the Sparkle Research and Development Officer you would, broadly, be working on a range of qualitative and quantitative research and analysis projects, achieving the goals set out in each research proposal.
The guiding principle for Sparkle is to ensure that children and young people with disabilities and/or developmental difficulties and their families are fully supported and able to participate in valued childhood experiences, with access to the same range of opportunities, life experiences, activities and community services as any other child and their family.
About the Serennu Children’s Centre:
Managed by the Aneurin Bevan University Health Board and supported by Sparkle, this state-of-the-art building provides assessment, treatment, care, information, support and leisure services for children with disabilities or developmental delay, all under one roof. This enables a more child centred and co-ordinated service to families.
The Centre’s guiding principle is to ensure that children with a disability or developmental difficulty and their families are fully supported to participate in valued childhood experiences and have access to the same range of opportunities, experiences, services and facilities as other children.
It does this by not only providing treatment for the child, but also family centred services to accommodate the needs of parents and siblings too, as well as onsite leisure & social facilities in a safe, supportive environment.
Job Description available for download here
Contract: 2 Years Fixed Term
Base: Serennu Children’s Centre, Newport, Gwent
To apply please download the Application Form below:
Please return your completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 24 September 2020