Advanced Early Help Practitioner
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Advert End Date:
Closed for applications on 29/03/2020 23:59
£31,371 - £33,799 Annually
Hours per week:
37 hours per week
Social Care - Children Service
Picture yourself in Darlington! There has never been a better time to join us!
We are passionate and relentless in our aspirations for children and young people, with the aim being for every child in the town to thrive, and this will be embedded in our new Children and Young People Plan.
Achieving the best outcomes for children is at the core of our practice, within the early help team. This is an exciting opportunity to join the team in supporting the achievement of improved outcomes for vulnerable children and families
What’s in it for you?
Your reward for working for the Council goes beyond the salary you receive. Benefits include 31 days annual leave and access to the Local Government Pension Scheme, to name but a few.
In addition, we are committed to provide a wide range of other benefits, such as:
• Additional leave purchase scheme
• Flexi-time scheme
• Cycle to work scheme in partnership with Halfords
• Season ticket car parking permits or subsidised Town Centre permits subject to criteria
• Access to Occupational Health, physiotherapy and counselling services
• Reduced membership to the Dolphin Centre’s Fit for Life Package
We are looking for a progressive and forward-thinking Advanced Practitioner to join a committed and supportive management team.
You will be supporting in the management of a team of Early Help Practitioners who work with children and families within the early help service. We are looking for an individual with drive, ambition and desire to deliver high quality early help services to children and families. You will have expert knowledge of managing services for children aged 0-19 years and their families and be able to demonstrate leadership in the field.
You will oversee high quality, timely child and family focused needs assessment, analysis and intervention.
This is an exciting opportunity to join the team in supporting the achievement of improved outcomes for vulnerable children and families.
You must have proven leadership skills, possess excellent decision making and supervision skills and have a thorough knowledge of early help services. You will be required to ensure multi-disciplinary and multi-agency working within available resources.
For detailed information on this role, please refer to the Job Description and Person Specification.
For a further informal discussion, please contact Deb Archer, Team Manager Early Help Service, on 01325 406245 or 01325 406250.
An online application form and further information are available from www.darlington.gov.uk/job-vacancies. Alternatively, you can contact Xentrall Recruitment Services, Tel: (01642) 526992 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This job is closed for applications.