Adult Social Care and Safeguarding Business Support
Grade 5 £ 20,043-£21,269 (pro-rata)
Two key administrative opportunities have arisen within the Adult Social Care and Safeguarding Business Support Team
Business Support is key to the success of our Adult Social Care and Safeguarding Services because our Business Support teams are there, making sure things run smoothly, so that our frontline colleagues can deliver our services out in the community. All that work in the background doesn’t just happen, it takes dedicated colleagues, taking pride in their work and seeing a purpose in the work they are doing.
Supporting our adult social care operational teams across a range of services including Strategic Management, Safeguarding, First Contact, and Learning Disabilities, the primary aim of these roles is to provide dedicated administrative support working closely with our Operational Team Managers and our Social Work staff enabling them to concentrate on the people who need our support. Importantly everything we do in Business Support, will have a positive impact on people across Staffordshire.
1 x 18.5 hours per week supporting First Contact
1 x 18.5 hours per week supporting Learning Disability Teams
The role will focus on providing a range of core administrative to support practitioners and you will be a first point of contact for enquiries. You will use departmental databases and systems and the full range of Microsoft packages as part of your daily administrative work.
The main duties will tend to include:
- Maintaining and monitoring ICT systems including the input and retrieval of data Producing high level, accurate documents Minute taking at meetings Varied administrative and customer care duties
What do we need from you?
Working in Business Support requires teamwork, good organisational skills and a good level of competency using IT systems.
You’ll also need:
- Good communication skills because you’ll interact with lots of people across the organisation and externally through phone, in person and email A flexible approach to work as sometimes things can change, and so you’ll need to be able to prioritise work and sometimes change tasks quickly A passion to always give the best service
But it’s important to note that if you’re unsure whether your experience or skills are suitable please get in touch with the recruiting manager firstname.lastname@example.org (01785 356832) and we can give you a bit more information.
The role will be part of the Business Support Service so there may be a requirement to work from other offices, when required. We are, however, currently working both from the office and remotely and it is anticipated that this will continue.
Closing Date: 26.06.2022
Interview Date: To be Agreed
The County Council has adopted a set of values that seeks to achieve the best outcomes for its citizens, communities and employees.
Our People Strategy sets out what we all need to do to make Staffordshire County Council a great place to work, where people are supported to develop, flourish and contribute to our ambitious plans.
Our values are at the heart of the Strategy to ensure that the focus is on what is important to the organisation and the people it serves:
- Ambitious - We are ambitious for our communities and citizens Courageous - We recognise our challenges and are prepared to make courageous decisions Empowering - We empower and support our people by giving them the opportunity to do their jobs well.
Benefits for working for us….
Our people are central to everything we do and so we’ll make sure you’re well supported and given the opportunity to develop and progress. And it’s worth noting that lots of us have worked with Staffordshire for many, many years and we stay because our work gives us pride and purpose.
Here’s a reminder of just some of the benefits we have here at Staffordshire:
- An excellent local government pension scheme
- Generous holiday entitlement from 24 up to 33 days (plus 2 extra statutory days and bank holidays) depending on job role and length of service The option to buy up to an additional 2 weeks annual leave A range of flexible working options, depending on your job role, which includes agile working, flexible retirement Family Friendly Policies - maternity, adoption, paternity and parental leave Volunteering Scheme Training and development opportunities, including coaching and mentoring Access to health and wellbeing support (including Occupational Health, Physiotherapy and Counselling Services) Eye care vouchers Car lease scheme / cycle & car loan scheme / employee car share scheme Bus and rail travel discounts
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Staffordshire County Council is an equal opportunities organisation and Disability Confident employer. We encourage applications from all background and communities. As part of our commitment as a Disability Confident employer, we offer a guaranteed interview to anyone with a disability whose application meets the minimum criteria for the post.