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Early Help Hub Lead Worker (closing date: 21/04/21)

£25,481 - £28,672 per annum We are currently looking to recruit a committed and enthusiastic individual to join our newly developed Early Help Hubs. You will become part of a diverse and multi-disciplinary hub structure that has responsibility for meeting the wellbeing needs of vulnerable children, young people and their families.

Post title: Early Help Hub Lead Worker
Post number: SS.59121-V4
Salary: £25,481 - £28,672 per annum
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Directorate/department: Social Services

Apply online now for post SS.59121-V4

Closing date: 11.59pm, 21 April 2021

Further information

If you enjoy supporting children and their families to achieve their full potential, then Swansea Council could be just the service for you. We are currently looking to recruit a committed and enthusiastic individual to join our newly developed Early Help Hubs. You will become part of a diverse and multi-disciplinary hub structure that has responsibility for meeting the wellbeing needs of vulnerable children, young people and their families.   
 
The role will undertake a whole family approach with children of mixed ages, ensuring that the wellbeing needs of all children are supported utilising a Signs of Wellbeing Practice Framework.  
 
The post will manage and maintain a case load of families, acting as a single point of contact for vulnerable children, young people and their families who require support to prevent problems or needs from becoming more serious and/or entrenched, by providing consistent and creative support to help build resilience and independence.  

For an informal discussion about this role please contact Sue Peraj on 01792 635400.

The post is temporary to 31st of March 2022 in the first instance but will be extended subject to available finance.

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