To support the delivery of the aims and activities of the Early Help Offer to children, young people, families and communities in the Wakefield District, through ‘Prevent, Support and Challenge’ interventions. The post holder will be office based and interact over the telephone with professionals and families in relation to early help support, also undertaking home visits to confirm non statuary intervention needs using the Wakefield Continuum of Need.
- To work closely with partners to develop a coherent plan of proven and innovative interventions to families in need of help
- To provide guidance to partners to remove barriers when working with families and individuals engaging in support to improve outcomes
- To support universal practitioners to ensure families receive good quality appropriate services at the earliest opportunity
- To have up to date knowledge of the early help offer across Wakefield.
- To work collaboratively with partners in the use of enforcement activity to challenge risky or anti-social behaviours
- To ensure that policies are followed and responsibilities are fulfilled to take actions to safeguard vulnerable children, young people and adults.
- To give support and mentoring to practitioners undertaking a support function to enable them, in partnership with families and other agencies, to deliver packages of support to families experiencing multiple disadvantages.
- To promote anti-oppressive practice at all times
- Enhanced DBS
- Level 5 or Degree in a suitable subject or equivalent in experience
- Access to a vehicle with business class insurance