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Early Help Support Worker

Employer
Not For Profit People
Location
Harborne/hybrid
Salary
£26000 Per Annum
Closing date
7 Jul 2024

Job Details

Early Help Support Worker

We are looking for an Early Help Support Worker to act as a keyworker delivering packages of support with children, young people, and whole families to prevent escalation to more intensive services.

Position: Family Support Worker

Location: Harborne/hybrid (the families you will be supporting will be based in Northfield. This is an outreach position and you will be expected to be based in the community)

Hours: Full-time and part-time hours available

Salary: £26,000 per annum (pro rata for part time)

Contract: Permanent

Benefits: Staff Benefits include: Hybrid and Flexible working, Workplace Pension, Employee Assistance Programme, Enhanced annual leave allowance, workplace wellbeing support

Closing Date: Midnight Sunday 7th July

Interview Date: 11th / 12th / 18th July

The Role

Through undertaking an Early Help Assessment and by working with families in a person-centred way, you will help people on your caseload to make positive changes and to develop the skills to manage their issues in the future.

You will work within the Early Help Locality multi-disciplinary team to provide a timely and front-line response to the needs of children, young people, and their families, acting in accordance with local policies, procedures and priorities.

Key duties include:

 

  • Work in partnership with other practitioner/professionals, children, young people, and their family.
  • Work within a multi-disciplinary and professional integrated Early Help service to provide a timely response to the needs of children, young people and their families.
  • Deliver evidenced based interventions.
  • Provide a timely response to the identified needs of children and young people.
  • Promote and use an Early Help Assessment framework.
  • Be responsible for a high standard of case recording.
  • Engage with children, young people and their families and actively promote their participation in assessments and support plans.
  • Manage and prioritise an allocated caseload.
  • Organise and participate in planning programme delivery of evidenced based programmes.

 

About You

We are looking for an empathetic communicator with experience of delivering outreach support work and supporting families and individuals with complex support needs, with the ability to forge links and establishing relationships with partner agencies

About the Organisation

A leading provider of services to the health and social care sector, we provide a range of services across Birmingham, Solihull and the West Midlands where the aim is to reduce inequalities in learning, employment and health. As an employer, the organisation is proud to offer a range of benefits to staff including flexible and hybrid working patterns, and the provision of workplace wellbeing support and activities.

You may also have experience in areas such as Family, Family Support, Community Support, Community Engagement, Family Worker, Family Support Worker, Community Support Worker, Community Engagement Worker, Outreach Worker, Family Support Officer. #INDNFP

PLEASE NOTE: This role is being advertised by NFP People on behalf of the organisation.

Company

We are Not-For-Profit People.

We recruit exclusively for organisations in the challenging Not-For-Profit sector. We’re fully behind the charities and bodies that aim to change the world – one project at a time. Whether you’re seeking exceptional leaders, committed staff or a combination of the two, you probably want to know exactly how we’re different and why it matters to you. We don’t do business as usual. We deliver a recruitment solution that replaces clunky, costly, contracted processes with a single, seamless solution.

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