Multi-Agency Centre Service Co-ordinator
37 hours per week 39 weeks per year
NJC Point 25 £28,785 – Point 28 £31,371 (pro rata to £24,942 -£27, 182)
An exciting opportunity is available for an experienced Multi Agency Service Co-ordinator to join Ormiston Sir Stanley Matthews Academy to manage our Multi Agency Centre (MACS) provision for this vibrant and extensively used resource. Ormiston Sir Stanley Matthews Academy is a Good school with Outstanding Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare, which is defined equally by its high academic achievements and its warmth and inclusivity.
The successful candidate will create an environment that is conducive to supporting young people with a variety of social and emotional support and to encourage and signpost interventions for health lifestyles.
This role requires you to be responsible and accountable for the successful managing and delivery of a wide range of school based and community-based interventions for the young people of Ormiston Sir Stanley Matthews Academy. This is a critical role to ensure the successful implementation, management, development and continuous improvement of this exciting service.
You will co-ordinate visits from and make best use of a range of services a multi-disciplinary teams based in the locality to help improve the health and wellbeing of our young people.
The service offers support through identification, screening, high quality behavioural support and counselling advice to young people with a variety of needs. Whilst improving the accessibility of the service through the pro-active promotion of the MACS Centre programme and referral pathways amongst primary and secondary care services, other key health care providers, allied professionals, community development initiatives.
We would like to hear from you if you are experienced in:
- Working with young people in a high school setting.
- Safeguarding principles and practices in a school setting.
- Conflict resolution and mediation with young people.
- Management, delivering and leading school-based prevention and treatment services to a high quality.
- Leadership of diverse professional groups, providing strong and effective direction and management.
- Implementation, assurance and management of services with specific, demonstrable health outcomes.
- Building strong links and relationships with a diverse range of groups, organisations and agencies
- Oversight of evidence-based improvement programmes within school communities.
- Partnership working and community engagement.
Closing date for applications: 20th September at 12.00 noon.
Interviews to be held: 25th September 2019
Start date: ASAP
Visits to the academy are warmly welcomed and encouraged.
Completed application form as well as a covering letter of no more than 1250 words outlining why you are the ideal candidate for this role should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
This position is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure check under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. The Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people/vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.