Family Early Help Practitioner

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Location
South Telford and Wrekin, Wellington,
Salary
23,398 - 24,964
Posted
13 Sep 2017
Closes
23 Sep 2017
Job Ref
TWC000002542
Contract Type
Full time permanent
Working Pattern
Flexible hours

 

Community Early Help

Family Early Help Practitioner

£23,398 - £24,964 per annum

Scale 6 SCP 26 - 28

37 Hours x 2

22 Hours x 1

Telford & Wrekin Council is committed to providing children and young people, the most vulnerable families and adults in need of specific care and support, the best services we can.

The Vision for the Early Help and Support Service is that it works alongside other partners and community members completely immersed in communities supporting adults, children and families. The primary purpose of the service will be to reduce demand on statutory higher tier more expensive services such as social care by targeting support to our most complex families whilst strengthening early help prevention working arrangements to ensure individuals are supported to get the “Right Help at the Right Time” to live active healthy independent lifestyles by utilising their own networks and community assets. We will maintain a focus on safeguarding adults and children at all times

The Teams will deliver a “Strengthening Families” whole family working approach across an all age service. Ensuring multi agency Integrated working practices are at the heart of everything we do this supportive, targeted work with children and families will help prevent family breakdown.

The “Strengthening Families” whole family working model will prioritise a “step up and step down” approach to and from social care and statutory social work functions and manage the complexity and risks of our more challenging individuals and families .

 In complex individual and family situations, the function of the Early Help and Support Practitioners, will be to assess, plan and provide support to deliver against our Strengthening Families outcomes framework.

Missing Children Return Home Interviews will be undertaken for cases that do not have a current allocated worker.

Interview will take place 11th October 2017.

For further information on the role please click on the links below to view the job description and person specification.

Please note employees who are at risk will be considered first for this position.  Only if an appointment is not made will other candidates be considered.

 

We are committed to equality and diversity. Posts working with children or vulnerable groups will be subject to an appropriate criminal records check.

 

Sorry but CVs will not be accepted.

 

 

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Family Early Help Practitioner