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It was a refreshing change of pace from the normal legal environment
Archives & Office Manager (Current Employee), Houston, TXMarch 18, 2013
-Each day was a new project/problem to work through.
-Though it was intensely deadline oriented it never seemed to be a burden.
-The Deadline-based nature thought me how to better priorities and problem solve.
-My co-workers became like a work family due to the style of project and it aided in work flow.
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Challenging, Rewarding
Key worker/ Family support worker (Current Employee), London, ENGJune 16, 2014
Pros: extensive training and experience
Cons: only work weekends
The Artemis Team is a group of qualified, multi-disciplined individuals, with a set of common goals, to help support young people, Families with children, young mothers, people with special needs and youth offenders. We prepare and assist them with independent living, encourage to engage with education and employment..
We work with families and enable – more... parents to develop parenting skills through empowerment promoting self-esteem and awareness providing information and advice linking to family and other supportive services within the multi-agency arena.

The team comprises of qualified social workers, experienced support
and key workers, youth workers, mentors, counselors and educators.
I have many years’ experience of working in a multi-cultural society
From diverse backgrounds and environments.

My role involves
• Regular contact supervision’s
• Offering family support ( based on child protection/ children in need referrals )
• Attending core group meetings and case conferences
• Supporting young people with day to day life skills ( sleep overs )

the hardest part of the job

Separating your feelings and becoming to emotionally involved
the most enjoyable part of the job

Seeing Families become re united with support and Young people engage and find employment or educational training. – less