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        Part Time School Home Support Coordinator

        Charity & Community £15 - £16 Bradford Part-time

        Part time School Home Support Coordinator – Temporary (30 hours)
         
        Are you ready to make a real difference in the lives of disadvantaged families and children? Join our client as a School Home Support Coordinator and take on a multifaceted role dedicated to enhancing educational opportunities and life prospects for those in need. This temporary position offers a competitive salary of £15.37 per hour, with a chance for extension to continue impacting communities positively. Working flexibly 30 hours per week. 

        • Coordinate a team of 10 practitioners to provide vital support and supervision to disadvantaged families, ensuring appropriate case management.
        • Establish and nurture relationships with schools and key contacts to drive referrals and ensure families receive the support they need.
        • Collaborate with school leaders to discuss cases and monitor progress, while benefiting from the guidance and expertise of a wider support team in areas such as attendance and special educational needs (SEN).

        Preferred Requirements:

        • Experience in early help, social work, or pastoral support, demonstrating an understanding of case management and school relationships.
        • Proven experience of supervising or managing a team supporting disadvantaged families, ensuring cases progress appropriately.
        • Confidence and interpersonal skills to cultivate relationships with senior school leaders and key contacts, enabling effective support for practitioners.

        Preferred Qualifications:

        • A background in early help, social work, or pastoral support roles.
        • Experience in managing a team supporting disadvantaged families. Expertise in case management and relationships with educational institutions and vulnerable individuals.
        • Demonstrated ability to build strong relationships with senior school leaders and key contacts, facilitating effective support for practitioners and families.

        A driving licence and own transport is essential for the role as you will be attending meetings around the Bradford area.  Mileage will be paid for.
         
        Laptop and mobile provided.
         
        Hours 30 per week
         
        £15.37 per hour
         
        For more information please apply now

        Annabel Lewis

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