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Form F Assessors - Norfolk

We're looking for Form F Assessors in Norfolk

We are often looking for independent assessors to work with our foster carers during the assessment process. You will need to be a qualified Social Worker, HCPC registered with experience of completing Form Fs to a high standard. Generous rates offered. Requirements for the role:

  • A qualified social worker
  • Three years post qualification experience
  • HCPC registered for at least one year
  • Experience in completing Form F assessments
  • Your own transport and to be willing to travel
  • To pass statutory and company checks

Please send your CV, along with a covering letter to recruitment@bsnsocialcare.co.uk.

 

Form F Assessors - East London

We're looking for Form F Assessors in East London

We are often looking for independent assessors to work with our foster carers during the assessment process. You will need to be a qualified Social Worker, HCPC registered with experience of completing Form Fs to a high standard. Generous rates offered. Requirements for the role:

  • A qualified social worker
  • Three years post qualification experience
  • HCPC registered for at least one year
  • Experience in completing Form F assessments
  • Your own transport and to be willing to travel
  • To pass statutory and company checks

Please send your CV, along with a covering letter to recruitment@bsnsocialcare.co.uk.

Form F Assessors - South West

We're looking for Form F Assessors in the South West

We are often looking for independent assessors to work with our foster carers during the assessment process. You will need to be a qualified Social Worker, HCPC registered with experience of completing Form Fs to a high standard. Generous rates offered. Requirements for the role:

  • A qualified social worker
  • Three years post qualification experience
  • HCPC registered for at least one year
  • Experience in completing Form F assessments
  • Your own transport and to be willing to travel
  • To pass statutory and company checks

Please send your CV, along with a covering letter to recruitment@bsnsocialcare.co.uk.

Form F Assessors - North and East Midlands

We're looking for Form F Assessors in the North and East Midlands

We are often looking for independent assessors to work with our foster carers during the assessment process. You will need to be a qualified Social Worker, HCPC registered with experience of completing Form Fs to a high standard. Generous rates offered. Requirements for the role:

  • A qualified social worker
  • Three years post qualification experience
  • HCPC registered for at least one year
  • Experience in completing Form F assessments
  • Your own transport and to be willing to travel
  • To pass statutory and company checks

Please send your CV, along with a covering letter to recruitment@bsnsocialcare.co.uk.

Form F Assessors - Central Region (Cambridge)

We're looking for Form F Assessors in Cambridge

We are often looking for independent assessors to work with our foster carers during the assessment process. You will need to be a qualified Social Worker, HCPC registered with experience of completing Form Fs to a high standard. Generous rates offered. Requirements for the role:

  • A qualified social worker
  • Three years post qualification experience
  • HCPC registered for at least one year
  • Experience in completing Form F assessments
  • Your own transport and to be willing to travel
  • To pass statutory and company checks

Please send your CV, along with a covering letter to recruitment@bsnsocialcare.co.uk.

 

Supervising Social Worker - Harrow (London)

Supervising Social Worker, £28,000 -£32,000 per annum based on experience - 37 hours per week - Temporary 6 months - Full time

Do you want to work for a Foster Care agency that has been graded as 'Outstanding’ by Ofsted?

Do you want to work for a Foster Care agency that cares as much about its staff as it does about their children and young people?

If you answered yes to the above questions then Nexus Fostering are looking for a person just like you!

Main Purpose of Job

To provide range of tasks necessary for the recruitment, assessment, training, support and supervision of foster carers for an independent fostering agency.

To ensure all children/young people’s outcomes are improving in placements.

Main Duties

  • To be responsible for up to 8 active and complex cases.
  • To complete Form F assessments.
  • To participate in IV’s and training as allocated.
  • To operate within the current legislation, regulations and guidance set out for Fostering Services.
  • To participate in the active recruitment of foster carers.
  • To undertake professional assessments of foster carers, (currently Form F model) and present written reports to the fostering panel.
  • To assist in providing preparation training for prospective foster carers.
  • To participate and present post-approval training for foster carers.
  • To undertake office based duties and the matching of both emergency and planned referrals to available resources.
  • To take part in our out of hours support and advice service for all foster carers.
  • To manage a caseload of foster carers and the children and young people with complex needs placed with them, providing a high level of supervision and support.
  • To maintain client confidentiality in accordance with the Data Protection Act and other objectives or guidance.
  • To take reasonable care for the health and safety of him/herself and of other persons who may be affected by their acts and omissions and co-operate with management to enable management to carry out their responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work Act. Employees have equal responsibility with the company for health and safety at work.
  • This organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and you are expected to share this commitment.
  • To undertake any other duties that could reasonably fall within the scope of this post it is the nature of Nexus Fostering that tasks and responsibilities are, in many circumstances, unpredictable and varied. All staff, therefore, are expected to work in a flexible way when the occasion arises where tasks are not specifically covered in the Job Description have to be undertaken. Any other duties will be dependent upon the post holder’s areas of expertise, knowledge and skills and with regard to the level of responsibility afforded to the post.

Requirements

  • Dip SW/CQSW/Social Work Degree/GSCC registration/PQ award and current HCPC registration.
  • Ability to manage and support foster carers.
  • Experience of assessing and supervising foster carers is desirable.
  • Full clean driver’s licence and supply own vehicle

Who we are?

Nexus Fostering is a well-established and highly regarded fostering agency. Set up in 2002 by qualified and experienced social workers. Nexus Fostering place a high premium on the quality of support and care we provide to every one of our Foster Carers and, in turn, the children and young people placed with them. Nexus Fostering has been awarded 'Outstanding’ by Ofsted.

Why work for us?

In return for your service not only will you be working for an employer that really cares but you will also receive the following fantastic benefits:

  • 28 days holiday in your first year
  • Birthday day off
  • Auto Enrolment Pension Scheme
  • Fostertalk membership

Please apply with your CV and an application form will be sent to you

CV to: monicah@nexusfostering.co.uk

 

Supervising Social Worker / Senior Supervising Social Worker - Cambridge

Supervising Social Worker / Senior Supervising Social Worker - Cambridge - £25,000-£34,000 per annum based on experience - 37 hours per week - Permanent - Full time.

Do you want to work for a Foster Care agency that has been graded as 'Outstanding’ by Ofsted?

Do you want to work for a Foster Care agency that cares as much about its staff as it does about their children and young people?

If you answered yes to the above questions then Nexus Fostering are looking for a person just like you!

Main Purpose of Job

To provide range of tasks necessary for the recruitment, assessment, training, support and supervision of foster carers for an independent fostering agency.

To ensure all children/young people’s outcomes are improving in placements.

Main Duties

  • To be responsible for up to 8 active and complex cases.
  • To complete Form F assessments.
  • To participate in IV’s and training as allocated.
  • To operate within the current legislation, regulations and guidance set out for Fostering Services.
  • To participate in the active recruitment of foster carers.
  • To undertake professional assessments of foster carers, (currently Form F model) and present written reports to the fostering panel.
  • To assist in providing preparation training for prospective foster carers.
  • To participate and present post-approval training for foster carers.
  • To undertake office based duties and the matching of both emergency and planned referrals to available resources.
  • To take part in our out of hours support and advice service for all foster carers.
  • To manage a caseload of foster carers and the children and young people with complex needs placed with them, providing a high level of supervision and support.
  • To maintain client confidentiality in accordance with the Data Protection Act and other objectives or guidance.
  • To take reasonable care for the health and safety of him/herself and of other persons who may be affected by their acts and omissions and co-operate with management to enable management to carry out their responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work Act. Employees have equal responsibility with the company for health and safety at work.
  • This organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and you are expected to share this commitment.
  • To undertake any other duties that could reasonably fall within the scope of this post it is the nature of Nexus Fostering that tasks and responsibilities are, in many circumstances, unpredictable and varied. All staff, therefore, are expected to work in a flexible way when the occasion arises where tasks are not specifically covered in the Job Description have to be undertaken. Any other duties will be dependent upon the post holder’s areas of expertise, knowledge and skills and with regard to the level of responsibility afforded to the post.

Requirements

  • Dip SW/CQSW/Social Work Degree/GSCC registration/PQ award and current HCPC registration.
  • Ability to manage and support foster carers.
  • Experience of assessing and supervising foster carers is desirable.
  • Full clean driver’s licence and supply own vehicle

Who we are?

Nexus Fostering is a well-established and highly regarded fostering agency. Set up in 2002 by qualified and experienced social workers. Nexus Fostering place a high premium on the quality of support and care we provide to every one of our Foster Carers and, in turn, the children and young people placed with them. Nexus Fostering has been awarded 'Outstanding’ by Ofsted.

Why work for us?

In return for your service not only will you be working for an employer that really cares but you will also receive the following fantastic benefits:

  • 28 days holiday in your first year
  • Birthday day off
  • Good Health days (if you have no sickness within a 6 month period you get a further day off)
  • Auto Enrolment Pension Scheme
  • Fostertalk membership
  • Enhanced Maternity and Paternity Scheme
  • Optional Private healthcare scheme.

Please apply with your CV and an application form will be sent to you.

CV to: steveb@nexusfostering.co.uk

Supervising Social Worker - South Midlands

Supervising Social Worker, £28,000 -£33,000 per annum based on experience - 37 hours per week – Permanent - Full time.

Do you want to work for a Foster Care agency that has been graded as 'Outstanding’ by Ofsted?

Do you want to work for a Foster Care agency that cares as much about its staff as it does about their children and young people?

If you answered yes to the above questions then Nexus Fostering are looking for a person just like you!

We welcome applications from qualified social workers, both newly qualified and experienced alike. If you are newly qualified and have a positive and can do attitude, we would love to hear from you. We welcome ASYE applicants.

Main Purpose of Job

To provide range of tasks necessary for the recruitment, assessment, training, support and supervision of foster carers for an independent fostering agency.

To ensure all children/young people’s outcomes are improving in placements.

Main Duties

  • To be responsible for up to 8 active and complex cases.
  • To complete Form F assessments.
  • To participate in IV’s and training as allocated.
  • To operate within the current legislation, regulations and guidance set out for Fostering Services.
  • To participate in the active recruitment of foster carers.
  • To undertake professional assessments of foster carers, (currently Form F model) and present written reports to the fostering panel.
  • To assist in providing preparation training for prospective foster carers.
  • To participate and present post-approval training for foster carers.
  • To undertake office based duties and the matching of both emergency and planned referrals to available resources.
  • To take part in our out of hours support and advice service for all foster carers.
  • To manage a caseload of foster carers and the children and young people with complex needs placed with them, providing a high level of supervision and support.
  • To maintain client confidentiality in accordance with the Data Protection Act and other objectives or guidance.
  • To take reasonable care for the health and safety of him/herself and of other persons who may be affected by their acts and omissions and co-operate with management to enable management to carry out their responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work Act. Employees have equal responsibility with the company for health and safety at work.
  • This organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and you are expected to share this commitment.
  • To undertake any other duties that could reasonably fall within the scope of this post it is the nature of Nexus Fostering that tasks and responsibilities are, in many circumstances, unpredictable and varied. All staff, therefore, are expected to work in a flexible way when the occasion arises where tasks are not specifically covered in the Job Description have to be undertaken. Any other duties will be dependent upon the post holder’s areas of expertise, knowledge and skills and with regard to the level of responsibility afforded to the post.

Requirements

  • Dip SW/CQSW/Social Work Degree/GSCC registration/PQ award and current HCPC registration.
  • Ability to manage and support foster carers.
  • Experience of assessing and supervising foster carers is desirable.
  • Full clean driver’s licence and supply own vehicle

Who we are?

Nexus Fostering is a well-established and highly regarded fostering agency. Set up in 2002 by qualified and experienced social workers. Nexus Fostering place a high premium on the quality of support and care we provide to every one of our Foster Carers and, in turn, the children and young people placed with them. Nexus Fostering has been awarded 'Outstanding’ by Ofsted.

 

Why work for us?

In return for your service not only will you be working for an employer that really cares but you will also receive the following fantastic benefits:

  • 28 days holiday in your first year
  • Birthday day off
  • Good Health days (if you have no sickness within a 6 month period you get a further day off)
  • Auto Enrolment Pension Scheme
  • Fostertalk membership
  • Enhanced Maternity and Paternity Scheme
  • Optional Private healthcare scheme.

Please apply with your CV and an application form will be sent to you.

CV to: sandraa@nexusfostering.co.uk

Area Manager - London & Ampthill Offices

Area Manager - £45,000 - per annum based on experience - 37 hours per week - Permanent - Full time – Covering London & Ampthill Offices.

Do you want to work for a Foster Care agency that cares as much about its staff as it does about their children and young people?

If you answered yes to the above questions, then Nexus Fostering are looking for a person just like you!

Main Purpose of Job

As a senior member of staff, the Area Manager will play a significant role in the development of Nexus Fostering. The Area Manager will:

  • Be responsible for managing and developing the local social work team(s) that support foster carers, children and young people in foster placements.
  • Be responsible (alongside other relevant individuals) for the recruitment, training, assessment, approval, supervision, support and development of foster carers and for the quality of social work carried out in the local area.

Main Duties

  • Formal supervision and management of all/some staff in the local office.
  • Management, guidance and support of local administrative and support staff thus ensuring administrative tasks are completed in an effective and efficient manner.
  • Attend the Operational Management Group (OMG) and report to the OMG and Senior Management Team (SMT).
  • Allocate new tasks and responsibilities within the team.
  • Ensure children and young people in placement are visited regularly in line with Nexus Fostering procedures, and referred for specialist services as appropriate.
  • Ensure foster carers and their children are visited regularly in line with Nexus Fostering procedures and offered training.
  • Ensure foster carers are annually reviewed in line with regulatory framework.
  • Establish and maintain support groups for foster carers.
  • Consult with Placements Manager to identify appropriate placements.
  • Delegated responsibility for local finance approval and accountability with responsibility for local budget.
  • This organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and you are expected to share this commitment.
  • To undertake any other duties that could reasonably fall within the scope of this post.

Why work for us?

In return for your service not only will you be working for an employer that really cares but you will also receive the following fantastic benefits:

  • 28 days holiday in your first year
  • Birthday day off
  • Good Health days (if you have no sickness within a 6 month period you get a further day off)
  • Auto Enrolment pension scheme
  • Fostertalk membership
  • Enhanced Maternity and Paternity scheme
  • Optional private healthcare scheme.

Please apply with your CV to paulc@nexusfostering.co.uk and an application form will be sent to you

Sessional Support Worker – Harrow

Sessional Support Worker - £15 per hour (£10.70 travel time and report writing. 38p mileage)

Must be able to work after school and weekends and be willing to travel

Do you want to work with a Foster Care organisation who care about you and your learning and development?

Do you want to make a difference to the lives of children and young people?

If you answered yes to the above questions; Nexus Fostering are looking for a person just like you!

Nexus Fostering are looking for enthusiastic, energetic, passionate Support Workers, who can work directly with young people on a 1-2-1 basis to enable them to thrive; improving the outcomes and lives of children and young people. You will be part of a multi-disciplinary team and contribute to the therapeutic planning and work undertaken as part of the team around the child;

Who we are?

Nexus Fostering is an established Independent Fostering organisation, operating across England. We provide different services including mainstream fostering for children aged 0-18, Parent and Child placements, and we also have a Specialist Fostering Service providing more intensive therapeutic foster placements to children and young people.

Support Worker

The Support Worker supports the young person’s progress in the Nexus 360 foster placement. Nexus 360 is a specialist service designed to meet the needs of young people who have experienced neglect, trauma and rejection. The child or young person’s behaviour may be difficult, presenting both challenges and rewards. It is a therapeutically led model overseen by a qualified psychologist. It offers a more intensive support package to our foster carers that includes a support worker for the child or young person.

The support worker will be working with the child or young person in the community, in leisure activities or at school. Specifically, they provide one to one support to children and young people, and provide some necessary respite for the carers. This post is for a competent worker to engage in direct, focussed work with children - to build positive relationships with the child, to model acceptable behaviour and help the child to trust and feel safe with adults.

Work Management:

1. Working closely with the Supervising Social Worker to support the foster carers and foster placement.

2. Undertake direct work with the child as directed by the clinical team - such as targeted skills coaching with behavioural issues, promoting hobbies, addressing self-harmful behaviour.

3. Conduct regular visits and telephone contact with foster carers as directed by the Supervising Social Worker and attend planning and review meetings.

4. To deliver programmes of work which contribute to ensuring that children’s care and development needs are met, as identified in their therapeutic Care Plans and statutory LAC documents.

5. Establish objectives, plan and deliver support services which promote longevity and stability in placements.

6. Provide one to one support to young people on the programme within the community in a recreational context to promote and practice pro-social behaviour and problem solving skills.

7. Communicate a positive regard for the young person to build and sustain a sound relationship with them.

8. To identify the young person’s strengths and individual interests.

9. To enable and support the young people to participate in recreational and leisure activities.

10. To promote safety and assess risks associated with the young person’s behaviours and activities in the community under the direction of the Supervising Social Worker / Project Manager.

11. To encourage the young person’s engagement with their care plan and goals

12. Write a short report after each session with the young person.

13. Keep compliance with the National Minimum Standards - Fostering Regulations.

14. Experience working with children with complex behaviours.

15. Must have a full driving licence.

Team Member Responsibilities:

1. To undertake practical tasks relating to the support of the placements.

2. To work flexible hours including non-office hours to support young people outside of school hours.

3. To observe and provide information to the clinical team about the social functioning and skill development of the young people in community settings.

4. To attend clinical team meetings as required.

5. To promote people’s equality, diversity, rights and responsibilities.

6. To work with the clinical team to promote development of service and links to other agencies.

Additional Duties:

The Post Holder will be expected to undertake training and development deemed necessary for the pursuance of the post.

The Post Holder will be expected to ensure that Health and Safety is observed in the course of employment.

The Post Holder will be expected to comply with the Nexus Fostering Equal Opportunities policy in all employment practices.

The Post Holder will be expected to comply with the no smoking policy.

Please apply with your CV and an application form will be sent to you.

CV to: Chloebs@nexusfostering.co.uk

Sessional Support Worker – Nottingham

Sessional Support Worker - £15 per hour (£10.70 travel time and report writing. 38p mileage)

Must be able to work after school and weekends and be willing to travel

Do you want to work with a Foster Care organisation who care about you and your learning and development?

Do you want to make a difference to the lives of children and young people?

If you answered yes to the above questions; Nexus Fostering are looking for a person just like you!

Nexus Fostering are looking for enthusiastic, energetic, passionate Support Workers, who can work directly with young people on a 1-2-1 basis to enable them to thrive; improving the outcomes and lives of children and young people. You will be part of a multi-disciplinary team and contribute to the therapeutic planning and work undertaken as part of the team around the child;

Who we are?

Nexus Fostering is an established Independent Fostering organisation, operating across England. We provide different services including mainstream fostering for children aged 0-18, Parent and Child placements, and we also have a Specialist Fostering Service providing more intensive therapeutic foster placements to children and young people.

Support Worker

The Support Worker supports the young person’s progress in the Nexus 360 foster placement. Nexus 360 is a specialist service designed to meet the needs of young people who have experienced neglect, trauma and rejection. The child or young person’s behaviour may be difficult, presenting both challenges and rewards. It is a therapeutically led model overseen by a qualified psychologist. It offers a more intensive support package to our foster carers that includes a support worker for the child or young person.

The support worker will be working with the child or young person in the community, in leisure activities or at school. Specifically, they provide one to one support to children and young people, and provide some necessary respite for the carers. This post is for a competent worker to engage in direct, focussed work with children - to build positive relationships with the child, to model acceptable behaviour and help the child to trust and feel safe with adults.

Work Management:

1. Working closely with the Supervising Social Worker to support the foster carers and foster placement.

2. Undertake direct work with the child as directed by the clinical team - such as targeted skills coaching with behavioural issues, promoting hobbies, addressing self-harmful behaviour.

3. Conduct regular visits and telephone contact with foster carers as directed by the Supervising Social Worker and attend planning and review meetings.

4. To deliver programmes of work which contribute to ensuring that children’s care and development needs are met, as identified in their therapeutic Care Plans and statutory LAC documents.

5. Establish objectives, plan and deliver support services which promote longevity and stability in placements.

6. Provide one to one support to young people on the programme within the community in a recreational context to promote and practice pro-social behaviour and problem solving skills.

7. Communicate a positive regard for the young person to build and sustain a sound relationship with them.

8. To identify the young person’s strengths and individual interests.

9. To enable and support the young people to participate in recreational and leisure activities.

10. To promote safety and assess risks associated with the young person’s behaviours and activities in the community under the direction of the Supervising Social Worker / Project Manager.

11. To encourage the young person’s engagement with their care plan and goals

12. Write a short report after each session with the young person.

13. Keep compliance with the National Minimum Standards - Fostering Regulations.

14. Experience working with children with complex behaviours.

15. Must have a full driving licence.

Team Member Responsibilities:

1. To undertake practical tasks relating to the support of the placements.

2. To work flexible hours including non-office hours to support young people outside of school hours.

3. To observe and provide information to the clinical team about the social functioning and skill development of the young people in community settings.

4. To attend clinical team meetings as required.

5. To promote people’s equality, diversity, rights and responsibilities.

6. To work with the clinical team to promote development of service and links to other agencies.

Additional Duties:

The Post Holder will be expected to undertake training and development deemed necessary for the pursuance of the post.

The Post Holder will be expected to ensure that Health and Safety is observed in the course of employment.

The Post Holder will be expected to comply with the Nexus Fostering Equal Opportunities policy in all employment practices.

The Post Holder will be expected to comply with the no smoking policy.

Please apply with your CV and an application form will be sent to you.

CV to: Chloebs@nexusfostering.co.uk

Sessional Support Worker – Watford

Sessional Support Worker - £15 per hour (£10.70 travel time and report writing. 38p mileage)

Must be able to work after school and weekends and be willing to travel

Do you want to work with a Foster Care organisation who care about you and your learning and development?

Do you want to make a difference to the lives of children and young people?

If you answered yes to the above questions; Nexus Fostering are looking for a person just like you!

Nexus Fostering are looking for enthusiastic, energetic, passionate Support Workers, who can work directly with young people on a 1-2-1 basis to enable them to thrive; improving the outcomes and lives of children and young people. You will be part of a multi-disciplinary team and contribute to the therapeutic planning and work undertaken as part of the team around the child;

Who we are?

Nexus Fostering is an established Independent Fostering organisation, operating across England. We provide different services including mainstream fostering for children aged 0-18, Parent and Child placements, and we also have a Specialist Fostering Service providing more intensive therapeutic foster placements to children and young people.

Support Worker

The Support Worker supports the young person’s progress in the Nexus 360 foster placement. Nexus 360 is a specialist service designed to meet the needs of young people who have experienced neglect, trauma and rejection. The child or young person’s behaviour may be difficult, presenting both challenges and rewards. It is a therapeutically led model overseen by a qualified psychologist. It offers a more intensive support package to our foster carers that includes a support worker for the child or young person.

The support worker will be working with the child or young person in the community, in leisure activities or at school. Specifically, they provide one to one support to children and young people, and provide some necessary respite for the carers. This post is for a competent worker to engage in direct, focussed work with children - to build positive relationships with the child, to model acceptable behaviour and help the child to trust and feel safe with adults.

Work Management:

1. Working closely with the Supervising Social Worker to support the foster carers and foster placement.

2. Undertake direct work with the child as directed by the clinical team - such as targeted skills coaching with behavioural issues, promoting hobbies, addressing self-harmful behaviour.

3. Conduct regular visits and telephone contact with foster carers as directed by the Supervising Social Worker and attend planning and review meetings.

4. To deliver programmes of work which contribute to ensuring that children’s care and development needs are met, as identified in their therapeutic Care Plans and statutory LAC documents.

5. Establish objectives, plan and deliver support services which promote longevity and stability in placements.

6. Provide one to one support to young people on the programme within the community in a recreational context to promote and practice pro-social behaviour and problem solving skills.

7. Communicate a positive regard for the young person to build and sustain a sound relationship with them.

8. To identify the young person’s strengths and individual interests.

9. To enable and support the young people to participate in recreational and leisure activities.

10. To promote safety and assess risks associated with the young person’s behaviours and activities in the community under the direction of the Supervising Social Worker / Project Manager.

11. To encourage the young person’s engagement with their care plan and goals

12. Write a short report after each session with the young person.

13. Keep compliance with the National Minimum Standards - Fostering Regulations.

14. Experience working with children with complex behaviours.

15. Must have a full driving licence.

Team Member Responsibilities:

1. To undertake practical tasks relating to the support of the placements.

2. To work flexible hours including non-office hours to support young people outside of school hours.

3. To observe and provide information to the clinical team about the social functioning and skill development of the young people in community settings.

4. To attend clinical team meetings as required.

5. To promote people’s equality, diversity, rights and responsibilities.

6. To work with the clinical team to promote development of service and links to other agencies.

Additional Duties:

The Post Holder will be expected to undertake training and development deemed necessary for the pursuance of the post.

The Post Holder will be expected to ensure that Health and Safety is observed in the course of employment.

The Post Holder will be expected to comply with the Nexus Fostering Equal Opportunities policy in all employment practices.

The Post Holder will be expected to comply with the no smoking policy.

Please apply with your CV and an application form will be sent to you.

CV to: Chloebs@nexusfostering.co.uk