Why work with us?

We are a group of self-employed specialists who work together to offer the best to the most vulnerable in society. We are a truly supportive group of professionals who are guided by the following principle: the child is at the centre of everything that we do.

We are proud to work alongside and in partnership with local and regional organisations which work to transform the lives of children and young people. We work with schools across the North East.

We provide innovative, evidence-based solutions to schools. Have a look through our website to find out what we currently offer.

We currently have the following vacancies:

Role: North East Wellbeing Practitioner

As our offer continues to grow, we are seeking creative, outstanding practitioners to join our bank of self-employed staff for our therapeutic work.

This is an exciting opportunity to deliver therapeutic intervention with primary aged children across various locations.

We work to meet the social, emotional needs of each child. Our programmes are bespoke; every young person is placed at the centre of delivery.

All our practitioners are exceptional individuals with creative flair, a passion for learning beyond the four walls of the classroom and the ability to place social emotional wellbeing at the heart of what they do. All children who take part in our programmes make huge improvements in their social emotional health.

We all love working with children and are able to embrace mess and disorder for the sake of spontaneity and wow moments. At the same time, we have a solid understanding of attachment theory, solution-focussed practice and children’s developmental needs. In addition, we all have the skills to build trusting, non-judgemental relationships with the young people we work with; with this strong foundation, we provide regular and consistent contact to influence a child’s wellbeing and development in the rich multi-sensory learning environment.

Many of the children we work with require something a ‘little different’ to achieve and build self-belief. To be successful in this role you will require compassion, patience and resourceful, positive behaviour management.

We would love to hear from you.

For an Application Form, Job Description and Person Specification please contact office@northeastwellbeing.co.uk

Closing date 7th June 2024

Interviews expected to take place between 17th and 28th June 2024