Do you have the passion to make a difference...
...then why not become part of our team?
We firmly believe that that North East Lincolnshire Council is a great place to work.
We are a small, friendly Council and we are proud to employ over 1,600 people. Our dedicated staff group provide an extensive range of services to over 159,000 local residents. Visit our website nelincs.gov.uk and click on the Browse Services tab to see more.
We believe that our people have the opportunity to make a difference by working to a set of common values which enable positive change to take place within our organisation and the community which it serves.
A small county with a lot going on. We are proud to boast that North East Lincolnshire contains not only Grimsby and Immingham, the largest port complex in the Country but also the award-winning resort of Cleethorpes. The area is also a key location for renewable energy.
We would like to encourage all applicants to Discover NEL at www.discovernel.co.uk
What we Offer at NELC
We offer a friendly working environment, salaries subject to national negotiation, a career average pension scheme, flexible working to name a few. Please click the link to our brochure to see more – link here.
The role as a family first practitioner is to work predominantly directly with young people who have committed a criminal offence, however you could pick up cases from other areas including young people/children who are displaying harmful sexualised behaviour, being criminally or sexually exploited, trafficked or go missing. The out of court team work with young people who have an outcome of diversion or youth conditional cautions is based in early help and not the youth offending service. You will deliver a broad range of programmes, give guidance and advice and build and maintain relationships with professionals, young people and their families.
Qualifications required are a Minimum of National Qualifications and Credit Framework Level 3 qualification in relevant subject area or a willingness to work towards and a commitment to continuous professional development
How You Can Make a Difference
We are looking for hard working, motivated and enthusiastic team players to join our out of court team, the pace is fast and the work can be complex. You will need excellent engagement and communication skills as well as being pedantic on detail when carrying out your case management work on our IT systems. Safeguarding is about evidencing as well as the interventions you carry out directly with the young person so you must be strong in both areas.
We are looking for people who can work in an extremely tight team but also make good risk management decisions alone, once trained. Time keeping and flexibility to ensure the work is complete and on time to meet youth justice national standards is essential. You must be able to plan and organise your work have natural professional curiosity and be able to work in a multi agency one team around the family approach. You must have a can do attitude as this work can be very demanding at times but at the same time extremely rewarding.
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All applicants are advised to carefully read the information provided in the Role Profile and Employee Specification and provide clear evidence to support their application paying attention to these documents.
If you require an informal discussion about the role please contact Julie Clapham, Julie.firstname.lastname@example.org