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Richmond & Kingston LSCB

CDOP Coordinator

 

Job Ref

R006211

Job Type

Temp to cover maternity leave

Date Uploaded

3 Sep 18

Closing Date

13 Sep 2018

Salary

£17,642 to £18,646 per annum

Hours

18

Location

Across Richmond & Kingston

 

The London Borough of Richmond upon Thames presents a unique opportunity to be part of a team who work together to help keep local children safe. Richmond & Kingston LSCB (Local Safeguarding Children Board) is looking for a member of staff to work part time, working directly to support the Child Death Review processes outlined in Chapter 5 of Working Together to Safeguard Children, 2018.

We are looking for someone who would be keen to coordinate the work of the child death review panel (CDOP), receive notification of the deaths of children and young people aged under 18 years in Kingston & Richmond. Reviews conducted by the CDOP are intended to identify any modifiable factors in relation to child deaths, make recommendations, and promote the learning from reviews in order to prevent future child deaths. They will provide policy and business support to the CDOP Chair and the Designated Paediatricians for child death reviews. Taking responsibility for the collection and presentation of relevant reports about individual children to the Child Death Overview Panel (CDOP)

The LSCB works with across both boroughs, providing training, policy and procedural support, quality assurance and coordination of work to keep children safe. There may be travel to both Richmond & Kingston for meetings. We are a team of 7, some of whom work flexibly.

For an informal discussion please contact Tracey Welding on 07957 206 874, or click here to take you to the original job post

This post is subject to a DBS check.

 

Tameside LSCB

Children's Independent Advocate

 

Service

Tameside Safeguarding Children Board (to be replaced by Tameside Safeguarding Partnership

Location

Festival Hall, Denton

Date Uploaded

10 Sep 18

Closing Date

24 Sep 2018

Grade

2 days a month @£400 per day

Supported by

Tameside Safeguarding Children Board Business Manager and Independent Chair

 

Tameside Safeguarding Children Board has been successful in its bid to be an Early Adopter of its new safeguarding arrangements.  The new Safeguarding Partnership will be seeking to place the Voice of the Child at the heart of its arrangements by listening and responding to the views of children and young people.  We are commissioning a Children’s Independent Advocate to represent the views, and advocate on behalf, of children and young people at all levels of the new Safeguarding Partnership, from its Integrated Neighbourhood Model, it’s challenge and scrutiny functions up to and including the Safeguarding Children Executive Partnership.

Purpose of the Job

To represent the views of children and young people to ensure that the Safeguarding Partnership are delivering services that are responsive to their needs.

To support the Safeguarding Partnership in making sure that what children think and feel about their services (Social Work Teams, Police, G.P.s, Hospitals, and Schools etc.) are listened to and used to make those services better.

To ensure the voice of children & young people is listened to and that children and young people can see the difference that their views and opinions have made to those services.

For an informal discussion about the job please contact Stewart Tod, TSCB Business Manager on 0161 342 4344.

Job Description

  1. To ensure the Voice of the Child is reported up via the Team Around approach to the Neighbourhood Partnership Forums and Safeguarding Children Executive Partnership.
  2. To provide professional advice and challenge to the Safeguarding Partnership so that listening and responding to the Voice of the Child is a core part of their service.
  3. To support the development of a Youth Participation Network to strengthen the collective voice of children and young people.
  4. To support the delivery of the Voice of the Child Strategy.

To apply for the post please submit a copy of your C.V. and a personal statement to stewart.tod@tameside.gov.uk no later than the 24th September.  It must demonstrate your suitability for the job, including how you meet the criteria from the person specification overleaf.  The personal statement should be no more than 1000 words.

More details and Personal Specification can be downloaded below

Tameside LSCB

Neighbourhood Partnership Forum Facilitator

Service

Tameside Safeguarding Children Board (to be replaced by Tameside Safeguarding Partnership

Location

Festival Hall, Denton

Date Uploaded

10 Sep 18

Closing Date

24 Sep 2018

Grade

1.5 days a month @£400 per day

Supported by

Tameside Safeguarding Children Board Business Manager and Independent Chair

Tameside Safeguarding Children Board has been successful in its bid to be an Early Adopter of its new safeguarding arrangements.  As part of those arrangements we will be developing a new Integrated Neighbourhood Model to ensure families receive the support that they need at the earliest opportunity.  We will need to develop local solutions to emerging safeguarding issues, respond to the needs and views of children and their families and implement learning from case reviews and quality assurance activities at a community level.  We’re looking to commission a Neighbourhood Partnership Forum Facilitator that will enable partners to develop and implement innovative and local solutions to emerging safeguarding concerns and areas requiring improvement.

Purpose of the Job

To coach and promote a solution focused approach to multi-agency professionals so that they identify and develop solutions to their emerging neighbourhood and practice issues.

For an informal discussion about the job please contact Stewart Tod, TSCB Business Manager on 0161 342 4344.

Job Description

1.    To work with the Neighbourhood Coordinators and Children’s Independent Advocate to plan and prepare termly Neighbourhood Partnership Forums.

2.    To facilitate termly Neighbourhood Partnership Forums in 4 localities as a multi-agency learning event so that emerging neighbourhood issues are identified and responded to; and recommendations from learning reviews and quality assurances activity are implemented.

3.    To work with the Children’s Independent Advocate to identify and respond to, via the Neighbourhood Partnership Forum, the views of children and young people.

4.    To work with partners to propose solutions to emerging neighbourhood issues to the Safeguarding Partnership.

5.    To co-facilitate stakeholder sessions to develop tools and resources in response to identified need.

To apply for the post please submit a copy of your C.V. and a personal statement to stewart.tod@tameside.gov.uk no later than the 24th September.  It must demonstrate your suitability for the job, including how you meet the criteria from the person specification overleaf.  The personal statement should be no more than 1000 words.

More details and Personal Specification can be downloaded below

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