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Exit Support Worker - Complex Safeguarding Team - Bolton

Job Title: Exit Support Worker - Complex Safeguarding Team - Bolton
Contract Type: Temporary
Location: Other Locations
REF: 766643
Job Published: 22 days ago

Job Description

Exit Support Worker - Complex Safeguarding Team 
Umbrella Pay- £21.21 per hour
05/08/2024 - 3 months initially
Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm, 37 hrs/week – Hybrid (1 day WFH once induction is complete)
Our client are seeking a Support Worker to join a Complex Safeguarding Team based in Bolton.
  • Direct work with children and young people affected by Exploitation (criminal/ sexual), whose assessed level of need is at Child in Need and Child Protection, and their families
  • Manage a caseload
  • Complete specialist exploitation assessments, risk reduction and support plans
  • Deliver interventions to meet their needs
  • Provide physical and emotional support to the children and young people
  • Engage with families to support them to meet the needs of their children
  • Immediately raise any concerns you may have
  • Gather information on potentially abusive adults in order to assist police with prosecution of offenders/ exploiters
  • Work with partner agencies to provide appropriate service
  • Offer support and consultation to additional partners who are supporting young people
  • Contribute to the planning and development of the Complex Safeguarding Team’s and
    the Department’s services
  • Participate in the administration of the work
  • Maintain records of services provided to service users
  • Attend meetings reviews, case conferences, core groups and review meetings
  • Organise and chair child action meetings in response to Sexual /Criminal Exploitation
  • UK Driving Licence, access to a vehicle, business insurance
  • Direct experience and a thorough understanding of the challenges of working with young people who are victims at risk of or being criminally exploited by organised criminal gangs
  • Good knowledge of child protection safeguarding processes
  • Good knowledge of legislation/ youth offending/ crime prevention and diversion
  • Experience of delivering interventions to address concerns such as violence, offending, anti-social behaviour, substance misuse, peer pressure, ACE’s and impact of trauma
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Enhanced DBS Certificate registered to the update service
Recruitment is done in line with safe recruitment practices. 4Recruitment Services in an equal opportunities employer.
Please email all CVs to Sammy Davis or call 02085149110 mobile 07570 819 831

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