|Published||Wed 15/05/2013 10:44 AM||Closing Date||Fri 14/06/2013 23:30 PM|
|Working Pattern||Full Time, Contract position||Hours||37 hours per week|
|Salary||PO2 (£31,754 - £40,741) per annum||DBS Check||Enhanced|
|Location||Balfour Road, Chatham|
Fixed term contract for up to 2 years (with the opportunity to become permanent)
Main Purpose of Job
The Medway Youth Offending Team is looking to appoint a full time (37 hours) Senior Practitioner. The post is initially fixed term for 2 years to cover a secondment, but may become permanent. You will hold a recognised social work qualification (HCPC registered) and will hold or be working towards the and will hold or be working towards the full PQ award. You will have extensive experience of working with adolescents, a good working knowledge of the youth justice system, and experience of staff supervision and have excellent communication skills at all levels. You will also have good leadership skills and a commitment to drive up professional standards and improve performance across a diverse multi agency team.
Medway YOT is a well performing team that is committed to achieving the very best outcomes for young people their families and the victims of crime.
For further information please contact Keith Gulvin YOT Manager on 01634 336248 firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 14 June 2013
How to apply:
For details on how to apply for this role, please read the attached Guidance Notes, and Job Profile/Person Specification for each post.
If you are applying online, you will need to read through this prior to commencing your application.
Please note that if you are shortlisted for interview we will normally contact you via email, therefore, please ensure you state this on your application. If you are a current Medway Council employee you will be contacted at your registered work email address only
No service user, employee or job applicant will be discriminated against, harassed or receive less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, race, colour, ethnic or national origin, disability, marital status, family commitments, sexual orientation, age, HIV status, religious or political beliefs, social class or trade union activity or irrelevant spent conviction.
Please complete your application online, by following the attached link. If you take the option to register with us you can save your details and do not have to complete the form in one sitting.
If you are unable to do this and would prefer to be sent a hard copy please contact 01634 333333 ( Monday to Friday 8.00am – 8.00pm, Saturday 9.00am – 1.00pm).
This information can be made available in other formats and languages, by phoning 01634 333333.