Senior Practitioner, Fife

Up to £32,448 (Excluding Sleepover Payment)
Various Hours Available

Location - Fife

Application deadline: 28/08/2023


Moore House Group is a dynamic and growing organisation established in 1988 to work with children and young people who have experienced challenges in their lives by offering a wide range of services to support their individual needs.

Our approach is firmly based on building positive nurturing relationships using the principles of Playfulness, Acceptance, Curiosity and Empathy (PACE).

We are seeking a skilled and creative Senior Practitioner to join our team in Dunfermline. The postholder will support management in our services and there will be a strong focus placed on developing the practice and skills of the staff team to ensure that we are providing the best possible environment and service for our children and young people.

This exciting role will support the engagement and participation of young people in a wide range of
activities that support their life journey and improve their life chances.

Senior Practitioner Grade 1 : HNC/HND and SVQ3£29,681.60
Senior Practitioner Grade 2 : Degree and SVQ3£30,243.20
Senior Practitioner Grade 3 : HNC/HND and SVQ4£31,345.60
Senior Practitioner Grade 4 : Degree and SVQ4£32,448.00
Salaries noted exclude sleepover payments.

Benefits enjoyed by our Senior Practitioners include:
● Annual salary benchmarking.
● Access to a well-developed comprehensive training programme, including Dyadic
Developmental Practice.
● Support to obtain relevant qualifications through Moore House Training Academy.
● Generous annual leave entitlement.
● Free confidential employee assistance programme.
● Refer a Friend Bonus Scheme.
● Access to our group pension scheme.

Full job description, person specification and application form are available via the links below…

Applications should be completed online using the Apply Now button below. If you have any issues, please contact us on and we will be happy to help you.

If further information is required, please call 01506 652312

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