The Promise Project Impementation Officer

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Job Details Grade: 9A Hourly Rate: £22.18 - £23.96 Salary: £40485.94 - £43,734.43 per annum Contract Duration: Temporary until 31/12/2025 Please note successful applicants will be placed on the first point of the salary scale...

Job Details

Grade: 9A

Hourly Rate: £22.18 - £23.96

Salary: £40485.94 - £43,734.43 per annum

Contract Duration: Temporary until 31/12/2025

 

Please note successful applicants will be placed on the first point of the salary scale unless they meet certain criteria.

Role Purpose

Scottish Borders Council are currently recruiting to their Promise Team which works across the multi-agency Children and Young People's partnership to deliver The Promise across the Scottish Borders.

The core purpose of the Promise Quality and Improvement Officer is to improve outcomes for children, young people and families in need of additional support across the Scottish Borders.  The post holder will, in collaboration with other agencies and team members, be responsible for the planning, co-ordination and monitoring of multi-agency approaches quality assurance and service development across the Scottish Borders Children and Young People Planning Partnership.

The post holder will also provide support and expertise for areas of strategy, policy or practice development across the partnership, as determined by the Children and Young People Planning Partnership.

 

Essential

 A qualification to diploma or degree level within a discipline related to role (e.g. professional social work qualification, recognised by the SSSC - Degree in Social Work, DipSW, CQSW / a Degree (B.Ed/PGCE/PGDE) or Diploma in Primary Teaching, etc.).


Significant front-line experience of working with children, young people and their families.

A current driving licence and use of a vehicle is an essential requirement of this post.

 

* If you have a disability which precludes you from holding a drivers licence, Scottish Borders Council will take into account its responsibility to make reasonable adjustments to allow for your disability. Should it be possible to make such an adjustment in order that you can undertake the travel responsibilities of the post, this will be taken into account in consideration for this role.

Informal Enquiries

Informal enquiries may be made to Gareth Stott at gstott@scotborders.gov.uk.

Scottish Borders Council is committed to improving the diversity of its workforce to better reflect the communities we serve. We welcome applications from all minority groups and individuals who identify with one or more of the protected characteristics as defined by the Equality Act 2010. In particular from candidates who assess themselves as having a disability, under the Disability Confident Employer scheme this guarantees an interview to those individuals who meet the essential criteria of the post. All appointments will be made on merit.

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