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26-05-2015 12:00 AM BST
Closing date: 09 June 2015

3 full time posts  2 temporary

Shift work will include 7-3 or 2-10 and working every other weekend

You may be required to work across both Wood View residential home and Crocus Field short breaks home.

You will support families, children and young people with autism, physical and or learning disabilities through the provision of residential services.  You must ensure that the physical, emotional, religious, educational and psychological needs of children and young people accommodated within the unit are met, facilitating access to appropriate life opportunities to disabled children and young people that promotes the growth of the individual.

You will be responsible for key working and the development of care plans for individual young

people and will be the main link between the family and other agencies.

You will need to hold or pass a Diploma 3 in children’s and young person’s workforce or equivalent.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS

 - Motivated to work with disabled young people who demonstrate challenging behaviour in a residential setting

 - Ability to contribute to the assessment, planning, implementation and monitoring of individual care programmes for young people in key-working or co-working capacity.

 - Ability to demonstrate good parenting and relationship building skills.

 - Ability to work in partnership, and maintain professional relationship with young people, their families and relevant others.

For any enquiries contact John Imms on 07908435485 or email john.imms@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

This post is the subject to a DBS enhanced check for a regulated activity

15-05-2015 12:00 AM BST
Closing date: 29 May 2015

Support and protect Nottingham’s Vulnerable Adults

Independent Chair – Nottingham City Safeguarding Adults Board

Nottingham City has a Vulnerable Adults Plan which sets out our intentions that:

  • All citizens can be safer, happier and live longer lives in which they are able to fulfil their aspirations.
  • All citizens have support, advice and information to live with choice, control and dignity in a place of residence which seeks to meet their individual needs.
  • All citizens are enabled to achieve their full potential as active partners in their own support and as part of a community-wide support system.

We are currently driving forward the "Making Safeguarding Personal" agenda in order to ensure people are able to stay safe from harm.

To support the delivery of these ambitions Nottingham City is seeking to appoint a new Independent Chair for its well-established multi-agency Safeguarding Adults Board.

This critical role requires someone to provide independent leadership and strategic vision to the safeguarding adults agenda across Nottingham City.  The successful candidate will chair the Nottingham City Safeguarding Adults Board in a professional and impartial and manner while ensuring the Board has an independent objective and authoritative identity.

The Independent Chair will demonstrate high level communication and negotiation skills with both professionals and the public to support the continuous improvement of the Board.  The role calls for someone with extensive experience in chairing strategic partnerships, a successful record of work promoting outcomes for vulnerable adults, along with the required passion and knowledge that this important role requires.  The Chair will also act as the ‘public face’ of adult safeguarding within Nottingham City, responding to media enquiries where required.

The appointment will be on a consultancy/self employed basis and it is estimated that 30 working days per annum will be required to meet each of the Board’s requirements. The day rate for this role is £450.

For an informal discussion please contact:

Alison Michalska, Corporate Director for Children and Adults on 0115 8763332

Or

Helen Blackman, Director of Children’s Social Care on 0115 876 4710

How To Apply:

To apply for this role please submit a Curriculum Vitae, including an expression of interest covering letter that addresses skills, past experience and how you would deliver the post with reference to the person specification to Alison Michalska via:

alison.michalska@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

Closing Date: 29th May 2015, 12 noon.

15-05-2015 12:00 AM BST
Closing date: 29 May 2015

Support and protect Nottingham’s children and young people

Independent Chair –Nottingham City Safeguarding Children Board

Our amazing children and young people make Nottingham a youthful, energetic and exciting City in which to live, work and play. But we also have pockets of deprivation and disadvantage meaning we need to deliver good and outstanding services which secure the best outcomes for our children.

Nottingham City is seeking to appoint a new Independent Chair for its well established multi-agency Safeguarding Children Adults Board. These critical roles require independence, effective leadership, the ability to critically challenge and oversee the continuation and development of multi-agency practice to safeguard children. The successful candidates will be able to evidence effective vision and leadership at a strategic level and demonstrate high level communication and negotiation skills both with professionals and the public to support the continuous improvement of the Board. You will need to have extensive experience in chairing strategic partnerships, a successful record of work promoting outcomes for children, the required passion and knowledge which this important role requires.

The appointment will be on a consultancy/self employed basis and it is estimated that 30 working days per annum will be required to meet each of the Board’s requirements. The day rate for this role is £450.

For an informal discussion please contact:

Alison Michalska, Corporate Director for Children and Adults on 0115 8763332

Or

Helen Blackman, Director of Children’s Social Care on 0115 876 4710

How To Apply:

To apply for this role please submit a Curriculum Vitae, including an expression of interest covering letter that addresses skills, past experience and how you would deliver the post with reference to the person specification to Alison Michalska via:

alison.michalska@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

Closing Date: 29th May 2015, 12 noon.


 

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