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Early Help Officer - Annesley

Job Title: Early Help Officer - Annesley
Contract Type: Temporary
Location: Annesley
Salary: £25 per hour
Start Date: 18/03/2024
Duration: 3 moths initially
REF: SD1403202402
Contact Name: Kasey Sanders
Contact Email:
Job Published: 29 days ago

Job Description

Early Help Officer - Annesley

Are you a passionate, dedicated Early Help Officer looking for your next role? 4Recruitment Services are recruiting an Early Help Officer to join a children, families and cultural team based in Annesley. You will be required to provide a customer focused service for other professionals, children, young people and families wanting to access Early Help Services in Nottinghamshire. 

Umbrella Rate: £25 per hour 

Duration: 18/03/2024 – 3 moths initially

Hours: Monday to Friday, 37 hrs/week – Office based

Early Help Officer role: Full JD Available

  • Provide professional advice and information on the referral routes into Early Help Services across Nottinghamshire along with information on the services they provide
  • Provide support and advice on early help processes including the Early Help Assessment Framework (EHAF) for other professionals including the MASH
  • Provide information packages to the Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) to support the effective decision-making processes within the MASH
  • Scrutinise referrals for Early Help Service to ensure thresholds are met in line with Pathway to Provision, including providing a triage assessment to identify the most appropriate service for the child, young person and their family to meet their needs
  • Ensure referrals for Early Help Services are appropriate and signposted to the service best placed to meet the needs of the child or young person
  • Positively challenge professionals from across the Children’s Workforce at different levels to ensure the appropriate Early Help Assessment and support is put in place at the earliest opportunity
  • Support the step-down process from Children's Social Care where it is appropriate for an Early Help Professional to be involved, where one is not currently allocated
  • Support the effective tracking and monitoring of children and young people through Early Help Services through the updating and analysis of relevant databases
  • Attend meetings, reviews and conferences where necessary

Essential Requirements

  • UK Driving Licence, access to a vehicle, business insurance
  • A relevant qualification at level 4 or above, for example social care, child development or family systems
  • Minimum of three years’ experience of working with children, young people, and their families
  • Knowledge and understanding of the Early Help Assessment Framework and Nottinghamshire Pathway to Provision
  • Ability to make decisions and solve problems to meet operational targets
  • You Must Have Right to Live & Work in the UK
  • Enhanced Child DBS registered to the update service

We also offer an outstanding referral scheme for any Early Help Officer friends or colleagues.

If you are an Early Help Officer and would like to express your interest, please contact us for this great opportunity by calling on 0208 514 9110 and speak to Sammy Davis Or email on, 

Recruitment is done in line with safe recruitment practices. 4Recruitment Services is an equal opportunities employer.