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Family Group Decision Making Coordinator

  • Full time
  • £26,977 – £31,576
  • Bathgate
  • Closing 31st July 2020


  • Advertised from 16th July 2020
  • Hours: 35. Salary: Starting at £26,977 with progression to £31,576
  • Reference: CFS20/48

Role

This is an exciting opportunity to join our established Children 1st Service in West Lothian. As part of our Family Group Decision Making Team, you will be involved in empowering families create plans that will enable children and young people to remain safely within their own families and communities.

Family group conferencing draws on the strengths of the wider family and friends in deciding how best to care for a child, giving families the opportunity to participate in the decision making processes and find their own solutions to difficulties.

We are looking from someone with the experience and skills that are able to get alongside families and their children at really difficult times to support them in creating positive plans that ensure the safe care of the children. We are looking for someone with experience in Family Group Conferencing, or who has relevant experience working collaboratively with families, alongside a range of professionals and with a sound understanding of child protection.

You should be an experienced professional with a Social Work, Community Learning and Development or other appropriate qualification.

This is a permanent, full time post of 35 hours per week. Hours to be worked flexibly to suit the needs of the service, evenings and weekends as required.

Application notes

Closing date: Friday 31 July 2020 at noon.

It is anticipated that interviews will take place virtually week commencing 10 August 2020.

For further information and to apply, please visit children1st.org.uk/jobs

The selection process will include seeking PVG Scheme information.

Children 1st is the working name of the Royal Scottish Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children. Registered Charity No: SC 016092

Equal opportunities matter to Children 1st