Charity / Voluntary
Salary: starting at £30,451 pa, NJC Scale Points 26 – 28
Hours: 22.5 hours per week
Based: Leeds, and other bases as required
This role is fixed for up to 12 months, with the possibility of extension
The organisation is a multi-award winning mental health and wellbeing charity operating in communities across Yorkshire. Their passion is people and they aim to deliver their vision of inspiring communities, transforming lives through the excellent teams of people they recruit and nurture. This charity understands that they can only deliver excellence to the people they serve if the people they recruit are happy, developed to their potential and trusted to lead.
They are seeking an experienced and motivated Safeguarding Co-ordinator, to support the Safeguarding Lead and operational teams.
The key skills needed are:
To provide leadership to teams about safeguarding matters, working with the safeguarding and domestic abuse leads; taking appropriate action to ensure teams follow policies and procedures and adopt safe working practice.
- · The ability to interpret and analyse data and trends, to complete reports to improve practice and service user outcomes.
- · Experience and understanding of managing risk for individuals, families and communities.
- · Excellent communication and relationship building skills with an ability to prioritise workloads and engage with multiple stakeholders.
- · Knowledge and experience of co-production and service-user involvement to promote learning and improve quality.
- · Possess a relevant qualification, for example Social Work, Nursing.
Closing date: 19th September 2021
Interviews will be held on: 30th September 2021
This charity is an equal opportunities organisation, a Trans Positive employer and applications are welcome from all sections of the community, particularly, BME and LGBT communities and/or people with disabilities who are under-represented within the organisation.
Please note that this organisation does not hold a sponsor licence and they do not intend to offer sponsorship for this particular role. You should therefore ensure that you have/will have the right to work in the UK to be able to undertake this role, if appointed, you will be required to provide relevant right to work documents at the point of an offer being made to you.
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