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Early Help Family Worker.3241

Job Summary
Advert Start Date:
26/02/2020
Advert End Date:
Closed for applications on 12/03/2020 00:00
Salary:
£24,313 - £26,999
Allowances:
24313
Hours per week:
37 + 22.2
Job Category:
Social Care - Children Service
Vacancy ID:
196326
Employment Location:
County Hall
Closing date:
12 Mar
Further Information

" Ashington and/or Bedlington Children’s Centre, to be determined, with travel expected to families anywhere within the Central Locality, which includes Ashington, Bedlington Newbiggin, Morpeth and the surrounding area.   Working with Julie Ayre, Action for Children, Early Help Manager and her team of Early Help Workers employed by Action for Children and Northumberland County Council.   We are looking to recruit 2 Early Help Family Workers. One 37 hours full time and one part time, 22.2 hours or 3 days to be agreed. The role is to  support families with children and young people 0-19 within Northumberland's Supporting Families framework. Salary for 37 hours role will be £24313- 26999 Salary for the 22.2 hours role will be £14587 - 16199 Please state which role you wish to apply for in your application.    Ideal candidates are passionate, hard working and dedicated to helping improve the lives of children and their families. This role will be worked agilely and flexibly.  Base for mileage and office facilities is Ashington and/or Bedlington Children’s Centre, to be determined, with travel expected to families anywhere within the Central Locality, which includes Ashington, Bedlington Newbiggin, Morpeth and the surrounding area.  As you would expect, we are looking for self motivated and responsible applicants with good communication skills.  You will enjoy working as part of a team, but also be able to use your own initiative and work independently to manage your commitments.   Competence in delivering training/programmes, completing assessments , working with individual family members and supporting them together; is desirable. You will be able to work effectively alongside our partner agencies to achieve the best outcomes for children and families.   A minimum of Level 3 childcare qualification or equivalent is essential, as is a good depth of understanding and knowledge of child/young person development.  You need to show knowledge and experience of the Early Help Assessment process and be able to demonstrate an ability to chair TAF meetings.   We provide a full induction programme to our supportive and nurturing team approach.  We encourage and value your personal and professional development and you will be joining an enthusiastic, welcoming and committed team who are keen for you to succeed.   As we are committed to keeping children and young people safe, we will apply for full DBS checks.   To chat about this opportunity, please contact Julie Ayre, Early Help Manager 01670 819988. Please see attached job description: https://www.northumberland.gov.uk//getmedia/f8204f89-35b4-44f8-a1bf-07e7bc055765/3241-Early-Help-Family-Worker_1.aspx https://www.northumberland.gov.uk//getmedia/1c92f422-07c5-4080-a16a-7d13126446c3/Leadership-Pledge-Flier.aspx Northumberland County Council is an equal opportunities employer. We welcome applications from all sectors of the community. We recognise the d"

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This job is closed for applications.