Off The Record is a lively and friendly place to work. We’re on the frontline of mental health services in Croydon, Sutton and Merton. If you choose to work with us; you’ll be joining a team that is at the heart of providing a dynamic local service for young people.
Off the Record is an award-winning young people’s mental health charity offering a range of support services for children and young people across the London Boroughs of Croydon, Sutton and Merton. The charity has been running for 25 years driven by our vision of “bringing an end to young people’s mental health misery”. We’re well-regarded in the local community and supported by Croydon, Sutton & Merton local authorities and local Clinical Commissioning Groups as well as a range of charitable funders.
Off the Record has recently expanded and as a result we are looking for a part-time Data Officer to oversee the management and analysis of our service data and our monthly NHS Data submissions. This is a part-time (14 hour p.w.) post. The majority of the hours can be regularly worked from home but the postholder must be able to work a minimum of one half day per month in our Croydon office (72 Queens Road, CR0 2PR) in order to process our monthly data submissions.
You will need to have strong IT skills, including SQL skills, alongside very good organisational and administrative skills and the ability to work on your own initiative and manage your own workload. You would be joining a friendly and committed group of professionals working to make a difference to young people in South London.
Salary - Pro rata of £31,559 p.a., inclusive of Outer London Weighting.
If interested, please download and fill in the application form below and send to email@example.com by 10am Tuesday 23rd April 2019.
Data Officer Application Pack (Word Version)
Data Officer Application Pack (PDF Version)
Learning Support Club & Respite Trips Assistant
The Volunteer Learning Support Club Assistant role provides much needed support to the project's Education Worker during the Homework Club for young carers. This club is more than a homework club, as this is a time for young carers to not only do their homework with assistance in areas in which they are not confident, but allows them to obtain skills in research and all areas of their education curriculum. The Learning Support Club Assistant should aim to help the young people attending the club to improve their educational outcomes and should work with the Education Worker to achieve this for all young carers attending the club.
Respite opportunities are also very important and we organise age appropriate activities for young carers during term time and in the holidays.