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Established in 1974, Family Rights Group is the charity whose aims are to enable children to be raised safely and thrive within their family and community and to strengthen the positive family and community support networks of young people who cannot live with their parents.


Adviser and Advocate

Location: Dalston, London
Salary: NJC scale PO2 £30,785 to £33,437 plus £3,650 ILW + 5% pension
Hours: Part time 28 hours (4 days) per week
Closing date for applications: 10th September 2018 at 12 noon

We are now recruiting an Adviser and Advocate. The principal purpose of the job is to provide advice and advocacy services to families who are involved with children’s social care services.

For many families, becoming involved with social care services is a difficult and distressing experience. You will work with families who are seeking help from children’s social care services; families who are subject to child protection procedures; and families whose children are in local authority care or placed for adoption. 

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Job Description and Person Specification
Application form
Our equal opportunities statement
Equal opportunities monitoring form which must be completed and sent with the application pack

Applications should be sent to:
Louise Craggs-Tripp, Family Rights Group, The Print House, 18 Ashwin Street, London, E8 3DL or be emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

We do not accept CVs. Please complete the application form, with as much information as possible.

Those applicants shortlisted will be asked to an interview panel on a date to be finalised. If you wish to discuss the post, please contact Louise Craggs-Tripp on 020 7923 2628.


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