Job Term: Permanent
Appointment Type: Full time
Days of work: Monday - Friday
Hours per week: 37
Place of Work: Safeguarding DoLS Team, County Hall, Beverley
An exciting opportunity has arisen to appoint an energetic and resilient Technical Assistant to be based at the Safeguarding Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS) Team, County Hall, Beverley. The DoLS team covers the whole of the East Riding geographical area.
The successful applicant will demonstrate knowledge and experience in using information technology such as AIS, Word and Excel to enable the processing of DoLS Applications and ensuring these are sent out in a timely manner.
You must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, the resilience to work under pressure and be flexible in your approach.
You will also possess good IT skills and be expected to input data on the Adult Information System (AIS) and database which is essential in collating data for the performance agenda as well as compiling a complete individual electronic social care record.
All new staff will receive a comprehensive induction, regular supervision, employee development reviews and training opportunities. The team currently operates between Monday and Friday however a move to seven day working is under consideration.
For further information contact Maree Draper, Interim Team Manager, Carolyn Kay (Senior Social Worker) or Claire Crossland (Interim Senior Social Worker) on 01482 396940.
Closing date: 31st May 2020
Interview date: 12th June 2020
Please find a link below to download the job outline and employee specification:
Job Outline and Employee specification (PDF file, download size 150 kb)
Information for applicants – External (PDF file, download size 15kb)
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