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20-11-2015 12:00 AM GMT
Closing date: 11 December 2015

8 full time and 1 part time (18.5 hours) posts available

We are looking to recruit Family Support Workers (Level One) who have experience of working with children and would like to make a positive difference to families who are in need of support, through providing a range of high quality play and focused sessions.

The role requires the ability to work as part of a very motivated Early Help Team to improve outcomes for children.

You will be expected to deliver sessions from different community based settings and be able to monitor and measure the impact of intervention using a variety of evaluation tools. You will need to be able to plan and review sessions in line with the areas of learning for children using the EYFS and Every Child Matters, developmental milestones, local targets and national indicators.

You will have the ability to deliver sessions in partnership with other agencies and professionals, to drive local and nation initiatives forward and develop new projects in the area. You will have the ability to model good practice to parents, carers, volunteers and students.

You will be expected to promote the services of the Children's Centre to families and agencies, think creatively how to engage families from target groups and have a good understanding of the needs of the community that will be reflected in your delivery.

You will be enthusiastic and have a genuine passion for working with children and supporting parents to engage with services and access provision that will support their child's development and wellbeing.

You will be able to identify any risks or concerns about any individual and report this to the Manager/Specialist in line with current safeguarding and other relevant policies and procedures. You will be expected to contribute to support plans that may be in place for children and work together with parents and agencies to set goal/actions for children's development and emotional well-being. You will undertake further training in play, learning, and safeguarding and child protection.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:

1) A practical knowledge of understanding of child development and the needs of children, young people and families.

2) Ability to organise and implement play and learning activities relevant to the needs of children and families

3) Experience of working with vulnerable children, young people and adults, from a variety of backgrounds, in an outcome focused way.

4) An understanding of safeguarding issues and knowledge of legislation, policy and procedures.

An enhanced DBS check will be required for this post.

Certain Nottingham City Council roles that are advertised carry a Residency Requirement, this means that in order for you to apply for this role you must live within the Nottingham City Council Administrative Boundary.

We have introduced the Residency Requirement because we are striving to achieve a representative workforce that reflects the community we serve. We also feel that by increasing the level of employment amongst those that live within the Nottingham City boundary will enable more local people to become more economically active.

If you are unsure as to whether you are eligible to apply for this role under this stipulation, you can use the following link to check your address.

http://info.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/insightmapping/

Please note that the Residency Requirement DOES NOT apply to disabled applicants or to young people connected to the Council’s Leaving Care Team or Looked After Team.

For Informal enquiries please contact Jasmin Howell (jasmin.howell@nottinghamcity.gov.uk) or Nighat Malik (nighat.malik@nottinghamcity.gov.uk)

20-11-2015 12:00 AM GMT
Closing date: 04 December 2015

Fixed Term until June 2016

To investigate and respond to queries in relation to Penalty Charge and Fixed Penalty Notices either by telephone or in writing including preparing criminal prosecution files and case histories.

Present evidence in person at Traffic Penalty Tribunal hearings or give evidence in court as appropriate.

Liaise with relevant officers in respect of witness statements and verify accuracy of details of PCN/FPN's to enforce payment.

Carrying out cash receipting and banking of monies received.

To work as part of a team putting team preferences before own.

Working in a confidential environment

To be able to learn about a subject in a short period of time from a position of zero knowledge.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:

1. Ability to communicate to a high standard both verbally and in writing dealing with contentious issues and irate citizens.

2. Good IT skills and the ability to quickly learn how to use specialist in house software.

3. Ability to work on own personal initiative and with minimum supervision working accurately to meet deadlines.

4. Strong self-motivation together with a flexible and committed approach to work

19-11-2015 12:00 AM GMT
Closing date: 03 December 2015

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced procurement manager to join Nottingham City Council's Highways service area.

You will be highly motivated and have demonstrable experience of highway contract management from contact preparation to successful contract delivery.

The post holder will be responsible for managing the leading on the successful delivery of contracts often worth between £5 to £15 million per annum, in line with the service strategy.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS

- A strong understanding of the procurement environment and sound knowledge of the application and the impact of EU Procurement Directives.

- Good communication both verbal and written with a strong level of literacy and numeracy.

- Highly organised individual, both of self and individuals with the ability to think in advance.

- Willing, enthusiastic and flexible in their approach.

For all informal enquiries, please contact Peter Wells on 0115 8761351 or email peter.wells@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

19-11-2015 12:00 AM GMT
Closing date: 03 December 2015

Reporting to the Head of Strategic Finance as part of the newly reorganised Finance Service you will lead a team delivering excellence in the provision of financial information.

We are seeking an enthusiastic and highly motivated individual to lead, manage and develop the Transactional Finance Team to deliver high quality financial information that meets the needs of our customers as they embrace a commercial approach to service delivery.

The role will require you to develop lean and effective month end processes that enable our service managers to undertake their own budget forecasting. You will also be the relationship manager for our shared service provider for Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:

- CCAB qualified Accountant or equivalent with the ability to demonstrate clear budget management competencies with a detailed knowledge of budget systems, monitoring and financial standards.

- Clear track record of successful team development, developing others by creating a culture of innovation and achievement. Set the direction of service change and pursue opportunities both internally and with other organisations to aid modernisation of the service.

- Ability to manage multiple programmes concurrently and maintain high standards of performance establishing a performance management culture, including service planning, target setting, performance appraisals and the management of different staff groups.

- Advanced user with significant experience of Financial Management Systems e.g. ORACLE

For Informal enquiries please contact Beth Danks on 0115 8765182 (beth.danks@nottinghamcity.gov.uk)

19-11-2015 12:00 AM GMT
Closing date: 04 December 2015

JOB SUMMARY:

Nottingham City Council is expanding its offer of Multisystemic therapy interventions for families in the city and is looking to recruit an experienced clinical supervisor and manager to lead the Multisystemic Therapy (MST) standard team.  

Multisystemic Therapy is an evidenced based intervention which is community based and directed at older children, teenagers and their families. The approach is targeted at those families in which the young person is at risk of coming into care or custody and aims to prevent family breakdown, reduce offending and improve educational outcomes. You will supervise a team of four therapists providing MST.

This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in the MST programme, both locally and nationally and add to the continuing development of Evidence Based Programmes across England. Duties include liaison with key collaborating agencies, ensuring fidelity to the MST model, providing ongoing evaluation and staff development for therapists, interfacing with MST expert consultants and providing overall programme management of the MST team.

You must be available to be part of an on call rota to support therapists implementing MST 24-hours per day, 7 days per week alongside other agency supervisory staff. Specific experience in Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, Structural / Strategic Family Therapy and other behaviourally focused evidence based interventions. Significant clinical supervisory-level experience preferred. You will have a post-graduate qualification in psychology or other allied registered profession e.g. Social work, mental health nursing or equivalent

Ongoing Personal and Professional Development

Full training and continuous professional development in the MST model will be provided.

There will be close links with other MST teams nationally for advice and support and regular booster training sessions.

There is also an MST consultant that provides ongoing skills training and consultation to the team.

For more information about MST go to www.mstservices.com / http://www.mstuk.org/

For informal enquiries please contact Sebrina Turner on Tel: 0115 8765046 or 07432592547 or email: Sebrina.Turner@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

19-11-2015 12:00 AM GMT
Closing date: 02 December 2015

Part Time – 18.5 hours per week

JOB SUMMARY:

• To investigate and respond to queries in relation to Penalty Charge and Fixed Penalty Notices either by telephone or in writing including preparing criminal prosecution files and case histories.

• Present evidence in person at Traffic Penalty Tribunal hearings or give evidence in court as appropriate.

• Liaise with relevant officers in respect of witness statements and verify accuracy of details of PCN/FPN's to enforce payment.

• Carrying out cash receipting and banking of monies received.

• To work as part of a team putting team preferences before own.

• Working in a confidential environment

• To be able to learn about a subject in a short period of time from a position of zero knowledge.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:

1. Ability to communicate to a high standard both verbally and in writing dealing with contentious issues and irate citizens.

2. Good IT skills and the ability to quickly learn how to use specialist in house software.

3. Ability to work on own personal initiative and with minimum supervision working accurately to meet deadlines.

4. Strong self-motivation together with a flexible and committed approach to work.

For informal enquiries please contact Celia Jenkins on Tel: 0115 876 91525 or email: celia.jenkins@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

19-11-2015 12:00 AM GMT
Closing date: 03 December 2015

To investigate and respond to queries in relation to Penalty Charge and Fixed Penalty Notices either by telephone or in writing including preparing criminal prosecution files and case histories.

Present evidence in person at Traffic Penalty Tribunal hearings or give evidence in court as appropriate.

Liaise with relevant officers in respect of witness statements and verify accuracy of details of PCN/FPN's to enforce payment. Carrying out cash receipting and banking of monies received.

To work as part of a team putting team preferences before own. Working in a confidential environment.

To be able to learn about a subject in a short period of time from a position of zero knowledge.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:

1. Ability to communicate to a high standard both verbally and in writing dealing with contentious issues and irate citizens.

2. Good IT skills and the ability to quickly learn how to use specialist in house software.

3. Ability to work on own personal initiative and with minimum supervision working accurately to meet deadlines.

4. Strong self-motivation together with a flexible and committed approach to work.

19-11-2015 12:00 AM GMT
Closing date: 03 December 2015

The SBP will oversee the stewardship of Children, Adults and Schools work across NCC to influence strategy and business outcomes, collaborating with managers to further policy goals, offer expert analysis and interpretation, presenting options, resolve problems, exploit commercial opportunities and support informed financial decision-making.

They will provide strategic leadership to a team of Commercial Business Partners who will:
Advise on business planning, ensuring robust business cases are established and monitored, manage appropriate grant processes, financial options appraisals and due diligence. Support the financial objectives of the departmental business plans and budget process.

The SBP will ensure financial regulations, the constitution and legislative requirements are adhered to and agreed internal audit actions are implemented.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Significant experience of providing financial support and advice to a wide range of services in a large and complex organisation and of influencing  the financial strategy direction of a range of services demonstrating clear budget management competencies with a detailed knowledge of budget systems, monitoring and financial regulations.

Ability to set the direction of service change and pursue opportunities both internally and externally to aid modernisation of services.

Qualified member of CCAB or equivalent with diverse experience at a senior level within a local authority setting.

Ability to demonstrate effective leadership skills, inspire, motivate and lead by personal example. To have clear track record of successful team development, developing others by creating a culture of innovation and achievement.

A Standard DBS Check will needed for this post

For informal enquires please contact Beth Danks on 0115 8765182 (beth.danks@nottinghamcity.gov.uk)


 

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