Health Promotion Worker Jobs Vacancy at Liverpool City Council Liverpool
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This is an exciting opportunity to work with a dedicated team of professionals within an Outstanding Children Centre.
The position of Health Promotion Worker is a diverse role where no two days are the same. If you enjoy being exceptionally busy, working in a thriving and stimulating environment whilst gaining a great deal of job satisfaction you will enjoy the role of Health Promotion Worker.
The Health Promotion Worker will work directly with children & their Families to promote and put in place practices that support Children's physical, emotional health and wellbeing
This will involve developing & strengthening partnerships with Midwifery, Health Visiting, PSS PND, LIV PIP, Smoke free Liverpool and Housing services to ensure children and families are in receipt of appropriate support and services.
The role includes the facilitation of Accredited Parenting Programmes on subjects including Accident Prevention, Health & nutrition as well as Ante Natal and Breastfeeding.
Supporting women to consider, initiate and sustain Breastfeeding is an area we are passionate about. The Post holder will work with Liverpool BAMBI's and our own BAMBI's volunteers to promote, raise awareness and support women in our communities to Breastfeed.
Promoting Healthy weight in Children is an area of focus for our Centre. The post holder will develop and deliver a range of one to one and group sessions that will equip Parents with the knowledge & skills to provide their families with healthy nutritious meals & snacks and increase physical activity
The role involves working with Children & families in their homes. The support is graduated from universal to targeted and dependent upon the needs of each family.
Health Promotion Workers will provide direct support to children and their families facing a range of difficulties. Additional support is put in place at an early stage to help divert families from requiring higher threshold. With the family and partner agencies you will develop individual targeted plans of intervention in accordance with the needs of the child and their family as part of the Early Help Assessment process.
Your interpersonal skills will be key in establishing trust to form relationships with Parents/Carers to ensure their co-operation to work with you to achieve the best outcomes for their children
To evidence the impact of our work we produce reports and case studies throughout the year. These are used to inform self evaluation, shape service delivery and celebrate achievements
The post is 35 hours per week Monday - Friday. Working on a rota basis between the hours of 8.30 - 6.00pm Interviews are Tuesday 10 April at Tuebrook Children Centre.
To collaborate with health partners, practitioners and parents to develop and implement health programmes and activities in the centre, including signposting to appropriate services.
To increase take-up by parents and children of health services delivered by and through Children’s Centres.
To support the delivery of health improvement programmes to tackle inequalities in health and promote healthier lifestyles.
To implement the centre’s health promotion policy including linking with Healthy Schools.
To liaise with all relevant services and build effective partnership working arrangements, including with voluntary sector organisations.
To support the health visiting service in the delivery of the Child Health Promotion Programme.
To promote the Children’s Centres Infant Mortality strategy as a key component to reduce health inequalities. This will include facilitating the development of work on smoking cessation (both ante and post natally), work with teenage parents, awareness raising on Sudden Unexplained Death in Infancy[SUDI].
For futher details please refer to the attached Job Description.
Skills and Experience
The essential criteria are marked with *, all other criteria are desirable
Please refer to the attached Person Specification.