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Local Safeguarding Children's Board Development Officer
  • Employer: London Borough of Havering
  • Reference: 1179
  • Published: Tue 09/08/2022, 16:40 PM
  • Closing on: Sun 21/08/2022, 16:40 PM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time
  • Hours: FULLTIME
  • Salary: 33804
  • DBS Check: Yes
  • Location: Havering

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Local Safeguarding Children's Board Development Officer

Local Safeguarding Children's Board Development Officer

Grade 6 £32,112-£35,496 per annum

Contract type: Full Time Permanent (flexible working considered)

Location: Romford and remote working

About us

  • At the London Borough of Havering, we pride ourselves on being an innovative organisation with a commitment to the needs of vulnerable children and adults in the borough. With a firm focus on achieving positive outcomes and reducing risk of harm at all times, the Partnership promotes multi-agency safeguarding best practice.
  • Enjoy delivering training and developing ways to help colleagues learn? Join the Partnership Team, coordinating Adult and Child Safeguarding training to professionals and volunteers in LB Havering. You will be building on successful learning and development programmes and annual Safeguarding Weeks.  Since the pandemic, we have mainly been delivering online webinars and e-learning.
  • 36 hours per week, flexible working considered

About the Job

The Local Safeguarding Board Training and Development Officer delivers, develops and evaluates our multi-agency safeguarding training for those working or volunteering with adults or children in our borough.

You will deliver a minimum of 30 days training per year; this will require the candidate to hold detailed knowledge and skill in a diverse range of specialist disciplines to ensure that training can be delivered to staff at all levels across Partnerships.

The successful candidate will build upon the local network of approved trainers/training suppliers, and maintain a system of quality assurance when engaging training consultants with trainer contracts and Assurance measures.

The candidate will support working groups in place to progress Partnership priorities by promoting activities and co-ordinating events.

Additional Information

For further information on this role please contact Elisabeth Major via elisabeth.major@havering.gov.uk

Please see job profile here.

The closing date for applications is 21st August 2022.

Additional Information

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