NYSCP Job Alert! - North Yorkshire

Safeguarding Children
During Coronavirus

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Job Alert!

We are recruiting for a full time Business Support Officer to support our Multi-Agency Child Exploitation (MACE) and Contextual Safeguarding Arrangements in North Yorkshire.

This role would be covering a number of strategic and operational meetings per month across the county of North Yorkshire, you would be planning, organising and minuting meetings of a highly confidential nature and there would be an expectation to travel within this role.  There will be an expectation that you will engage with a wide range of multi-agency partners and develop an understanding of their different roles and functions and how they contribute to the MACE arrangements.

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Salary: £22,021.00 per annum

Vacancy Hours: 37 hours per week

Contract Type: Established

Closing Date: Tuesday 25th February 2020

Interview Date: Friday 13th March

Venue for Interview: County Hall, Northallerton

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