We are a values-driven organisation and passionate about what we do.

Sessional Worker – School Workshops

Hours: Various; expecting to range from 2 to 8 hours per month during school term time

Line Manager: National Outreach Co-ordinator

Salary: £25 per workshop, plus travel expenses (£28 per workshop for London based workers)

Disclosure: This is regulated work and will require a police check (PVG)

Location: Various Location across the UK

Contract: Sessional/Temporary

Role Description

Do you want to make a difference? Are you passionate about improving the lives of young people? If so, then this could be the opportunity for you!

Eczema Outreach Support is a UK wide charity supporting families struggling with the day-to-day challenges of having a child with eczema.

Over the past few years we have offered a school workshop programme to our member families across Scotland. This has proved extremely successful and has helped to raise awareness of eczema in schools, build the confidence of children with eczema and reduce instances of bullying.

Earlier this year we piloted school workshops to our members in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The pilot was a great success and we are now in a position to launch our school workshop programme UK-wide.

We are looking to recruit sessional workers to deliver the school workshops across the UK. Sessional workers will be matched to schools within their travel areas to deliver workshops, following a standardised delivery model. Travel areas will be discussed on appointment. School workshops are around 1 hour in length; the salary reflects preparation and delivery time.

You can download a full job description here: Sessional Worker Job Description

We are always looking for applications from individuals interested in joining our Board.  At the moment we are interested in hearing from people with experience in the following professions:
Board of Trustees

  • Voluntary sector professionals
  • Healthcare professionals
  • Policy Officers

Interested?  Please get in touch with our CEO Magali Redding on magali@eos.org.uk or phone 01506 840 395 / 0780 704 8070.