Early Help Partnership Officer

Employer: Medway Council
Salary: Range 3 - £20,855 - £26,874
Location: Medway Children and Family Hubs
Contract: Permanent
Working Pattern: Full Time
Hours: 37 hours per week.
DBS Check: Enhanced
Closing Date: 21/08/2022 at 23:55
Reference: CSC838RJ

The Early Help Partnership Officer works closely with professional partners, child, young people, and families to build strong relationships based on strengths and joint working. The role provides both practical and specialist advice to partners, children, young people, and their families exploring effective sign posting to services so that they do not get overwhelmed and receive the right support at the right time.

The post holder will work closely with colleagues from Statutory Services, Police, Health, Education and partners in the Youth and voluntary sectors. To comply with legislation, statutory guidance and local policies and procedures.

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Please be advised that if you are not contacted within 3 weeks of the advert closing date then you have not been shortlisted. All recruitment correspondence, including interview letters and contracts of employment will usually be sent out via email.

Please visit http://www.mindfulemployer.net/ for information on how Medway Council put good practices in place to ensure employees and job applicants who declare mental health issues receive the right level of support.

We reserve the right to close this vacancy at any time prior to the closing date.

 

How to apply

Please be advised that we only accept online applications submitted through JobsGoPublic ATS

 

If you are not contacted within 3 weeks of the advert closing date then you have not been shortlisted.

 

All recruitment correspondence, including interview letters and contracts of employment will usually be sent out via email, if you require documentation/correspondence in different format such as braille or large print, please contact the Resourcing Team on 01634 332878.



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