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Practitioner (UK Cost of the School Day - Moray) Community Fund logoCPAG Scotland logo

28 hours per week

Salary £32,396 - £35,807 pro rata

Fixed Term Contract for 2 Years, 4 days per week

CPAG in Scotland is now recruiting for two part time Practitioners to work with schools in Moray to take action on cost barriers and provide support across the local authority to ensure that Cost of the School Day is sustainable in the longer term.

This project, funded by The National Lottery Community Fund, builds on the experience of CPAG’s Cost of the School Day project in Scotland and Children North East’s Poverty Proofing the School Day programme.

CPAG in Scotland are seeking candidates who are passionate about tackling child poverty to work on our innovative project in UK schools. This exciting role would suit someone with substantial experience working with children and young people to identify issues affecting them and those with an in-depth understanding of schooling in Scotland.

This is a fixed term position, which is funded for 2 years.  Secondments will be considered.

Closing date for applications: 9am, Monday 23 September

Interviews will take place on Tuesday 8 October in Moray

We are also recruiting for four Practitioners to be based in England.

We will soon be recruiting for Practitioners in Wales.

Download the job pack


Practitioner (UK Cost of the School Day - London and Coventry) Community Fund logo

28 hours per week

Salary £32,396 - £35,807 pro rata

Fixed Term Contract for 2 Years, 4 days per week

CPAG is now recruiting for four part time Practitioners to work with schools in England to take action on cost barriers and provide support across the local authority to ensure that Cost of the School Day is sustainable in the longer term.

This project, funded by The National Lottery Community Fund, builds on the experience of CPAG’s Cost of the School Day project in Scotland and Children North East’s Poverty Proofing the School Day programme.

CPAG are seeking candidates who are passionate about tackling child poverty to work on our innovative project in UK schools. This exciting role would suit someone with substantial experience working with children and young people to identify issues affecting them and those with an in-depth understanding of schooling in England.

This is a fixed term position, which is funded for 2 years.  Secondments will be considered.

Closing date for applications: 9am, Monday 23 September

Interviews for London Practitioners will take place on Thursday 3 October in Greenwich

Interviews for Coventry Practitioners will take place on Friday 4 October in Coventry

We are also recruiting for two Practitioners to be based in Moray, Scotland.

We will soon be recruiting for Practitioners in Wales.

Download the job pack