Wirral is home to vibrant, energetic and engaged communities, people who take real ownership of their local area and are passionate about making Wirral a better place. The council and its partners have pledged to #BeTheDifference.
We’ve got ambitious targets to meet by 2025. To achieve everything we have promised to our residents, we need people who are driven and ready to deliver the very best for our communities - #BeTheDifference.
An exciting opportunity has arisen and we are looking to recruit a new dynamic team of 5 with a passion for helping children, young people with autism and/or learning disabilities and their families to get the right support from services across the whole system.
Wirral CCG in partnership with Wirral Council, have secured funding from NHS England and Improvement (NHSE &I) Transforming Care Programme to be an 'early adopter' site for key-working. This role and function is a key objective in the NHS Long Term Plan. Three Keyworkers and their manager will be employed by Wirral Council. As a Keyworker you will work across Health, Social Care, Education and other services/settings to navigate the system and provide challenge. This is to ensure that children, young people and their families can access the right support and achieve better outcomes.
This new way of working will be targeted to support children and young people with Autism and/or Learning Disabilities and their families. You will be working to prevent hospital admissions for those children/young people who face multiple vulnerabilities.
We are keen to recruit a diverse team from a wide variety of backgrounds.
We would love to hear from you if:
' you are keen to make sure that young people are at the heart of any process and that their voice is heard
' you have a good understanding of working in partnership and developing positive relationships that really make things happen for young people
' you have a relevant professional background such as Social Care, Nursing, Youth Work, Allied Health Professional, Teaching
' you have substantial experience and/or training specific to Autism, behaviour that challenges services, communication difficulties
' you can work intensively with children/young people and their families, carers and network of professionals
' you are innovative with a passion for working to meet individual personalised needs
Interviews will take place during the first 2 weeks in June 2022.
For informal enquiries please contact Carol Fenlon, Head of Service, Early Years via email in the first instance - email@example.com
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The successful applicant must have the ability to converse with members of the public and provide advice in accurate, spoken English
This post is subject to Enhanced Level DBS check.
Please note that in accordance with the Council’s policy, employees who are in a formal redeployment situation will be considered in the first instance for all vacancies.
It is Council policy not to re-appoint any employee who has left under the terms of the Council’s Early Voluntary Retirement (EVR) scheme or who have left with a voluntary severance (VS) package, unless in exceptional circumstances
Applications will be accepted until midnight on the closing date.
We reserve the right to close this vacancy earlier than the specified date should we receive sufficient applications.
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