Grade/Band - E £12.38 per hour
Vacancy Hours - 14 hours per week
Contract Type - Relief
Closing Date – 01.10.2023
Interview Date - 10.10.2023
Venue for Interview - White Rose House Northallerton
A unique opportunity has arisen for an working on a 1-1 basis with our Restorative Practice Lead on a relief basis.
About the Role
As an Administrative Work Aid, you will assist the Restorative Practice Lead with e-mail dictation, diary management, system navigation, data inputting, minute taking and document management. The role sits within the Restorative Practice service, which is part of the wider Stronger Foundations Team.
The Restorative Practice Lead manages the delivery of the restorative practice service, which focusses on building restorative relationships with Young People, their relationships and their communities. The uniqueness of the service is that we employ service-connected young people to deliver this also supporting them and their development.
Due to the nature of the role, you must have knowledge of Data Protection (GDPR), Equalities and Health and Safety requirements of working within an office environment.
We are looking for a candidate who is self-motivated, enthusiastic and who possess good inter-personal and communication skills. There will be a need to handle sensitive issues in a confidential and professional manner. Touch-typing or a very good speed and accuracy is a requirement of the successful candidate.
You will benefit from a supportive management system, on-going personal development and performance management process.
Training will be available to the appointed person.
The Restorative Practice Lead will direct your daily tasks but the role sits under the line management of the Stronger Foundations Team manager.
A high ICT skill set is essential for the role and you will have to type at speed following dictation.
For an informal conversation, we would welcome you to contact Maggie Mitchell, Stronger Foundations Team Manager on 07980013020/ email@example.com . We look forward to exploring your interest and receiving your application.
Postholders are subject to employment clearances to meet Baseline Personnel Security Standards (link) which includes identity, employment history, right to work, time spent abroad and unspent criminal record (basic DBS) vetting.
Enhanced Level DBS Disclosure is required for appointment to this post.
We welcome applications from NYC employees only for this vacancy. Only employees who are currently in paid employment with NYC are eligible to apply. Priority will be given to NYC staff under notice of redundancy or other authorised redeployees. If you wish to be considered for this vacancy through redeployment please contact the Recruitment Team.
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