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We are currently recruiting !

We are currently recruiting for a Business Support Officer to work on our Multi Agency Child Exploitation (MACE) and Contextual Safeguarding Process in North Yorkshire.

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Summary:

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 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. 

  • Base: County Hall Campus (currently working from Home)
  • Salary From: £22,627 Per Annum To £24,982 Per Annum
  • Grade – G
  • Vacancy Hours – 37 per week
  • Contract Type – Established, Full Time
  • Closing date 29/11/2020
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