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Administration/Clerical/Customer Service
Team Co-ordinator (10 Posts)                                                                    JOB/21/00017
Grade 7 £20,745 - £22,625 per annum, pro rata ● 7 Posts are Permanent Posts - (5 posts - 37 hours per
week and 2 posts - 18 hours and 30 minutes per week), 3 Posts are Fixed Term Posts, covering for
Maternity Leave (1 posts - 37 hours per week, 2 post - 18 hours and 30 minutes per week) ● Various
Part Time and Full Time hours available ● Fixed Term - Covering for maternity leave and Permanent posts
available ● Childrens Services

Our Business Service function is committed to having the right business support arrangements in place to meet the
Department’s current and future needs and following our recent review we have enhanced the existing structure to
ensure that we can achieve this aim.

The new structure has given rise to 7 Permanent and 3 Fixed Term Team Coordinator positions within our Children
Services, Business Services department.

These administrative roles work as integral parts of small teams supporting social workers, community care
workers, and practice supervisors. Post holders require excellent planning and organisational skills whilst
remaining flexible and supportive to others. An ability to gain knowledge of Derbyshire County Councils
administration practices and processes, council procedures, including an understanding of confidentiality, GDPR &
Data Protection is required along with excellent ICT.

The post holder will be responsible for the co-ordination of a range of business services activities for the team, for
example preparing and processing financial and business forms for the purpose of facilitating payments and
purchases, booking meetings and appointments, record of meetings, typing of letters and documents, running
regular data reports for analysis, supporting with client related systems, being a point of contact via telephone for
families whilst ensuring that objectives, targets and timescales are met. They will have the ability to drive their own
and the team’s performance.

The successful candidates must have excellent customer service skills to build and maintain substantial
relationships with our young people, Social Workers, external agencies and partners.

The post holders will support Social Workers with daily tasks (please refer to the job description) and work
alongside the Management Team in monitoring performance and practice to drive the service forward to achieve
the best outcomes for our young people and improve the operational efficiency, quality of the service.

Experience of working in a busy environment and working on your own initiative would be an advantage.

If you require any further information or for an informal conversation, please email csbs.review@derbyshire.gov.uk
and your query/request will be passed to the relevant service.

The 10 Team Co-ordinator positions available within our Children Services Business Services Department, are
located within the following areas:

Post 1 – Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Children & Care Leavers, The Pod, Chesterfield - 37 hours per week -
permanent. “Working with Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Children and Care Leavers, the successful applicant
will build and maintain trusting relationships with young people and families whilst providing excellent administrative
support to Social Workers, Leaving Care Workers and Team Managers.”

Post 2 & 3 – Early Help & Safeguarding (Social Care) Rink House, Swadlincote – 37 hours per week – permanent
x 2. “South Derbyshire and South Dales have 2 Team Coordinator vacancies available in the locality. You will be
joining a fast-paced early help and social care service, working with 4 existing Team Coordinators of varying
experience to support and become the heart of a specific team.”
Post 4 – Early Help & Safeguarding (Social Care) Amber Valley Area Office - 37 hours per week - Fixed Term 12
months. “You will be joining a fast-paced early help and social care service, working with 5 existing TC to support
and become the heart of the Children in Care Team within the Amber Valley locality.”

Post 5 – Early Help & Safeguarding (Disabled Childrens Team), Polygon, Alfreton – 37 hours per week –
permanent. “You will be joining a fast-paced specialist and safeguarding service, working with 4 existing Team
Coordinators to support the Disabled Children’s Service. The service works with children who have a disability or
additional needs.”

Post 6 – Early Help & Safeguarding (Social Care), Clay Cross – temporary to cover maternity leave, 18 hours 30
minutes per week Monday 9-5, Tuesday 9-5, Wednesday 9.00 – 12.40. “This is a job share with an experienced
team coordinator, working in a busy office providing administrative support to a team of social workers and team
managers.” - £10,372.56 - £11,312.52 per annum

Post 7 – Early Help and Safeguarding (Social Care) 18 hours 30 minutes per week based at Eckington Sub Office,
Wednesday 1.15-5.00, Thursday 9-5, Friday 9-5. “This is a job share with an experienced team co-ordinator,
working in a busy office providing administrative support to a team of social workers and team managers.” -
£10,372.56 - £11,312.52 per annum

Post 8– Children in Care, Recruitment & Assessment 18 hours 30 minutes per week based at Ilkeston. Temporary
to cover maternity leave until February 2022. Days to be confirmed. “To provide administrational support for the
recruitment of good foster care for our Young People by being at the heart of Fostering Recruitment.” - £10,372.56
- £11,312.52 per annum

Post 9 – Children in Care, Contract Care, Gernon Manor 18 hours 30 minutes per week afternoons – permanent.
“Contract Care are committed to helping all young people to reach their full potential. Our foster carers are central
to this, so the support offered by the Team Co-ordinator is an important role as part of the team around the child.” -
£10,372.56 - £11,312.52 per annum

Post 10 – Children in Care, Fostering, Erewash 37 hours per week – permanent. “South Derbyshire Fostering
Team are a positive, supportive team with a focus on establishing positive working relationships with foster carers,
colleagues, children and young people and other childcare teams. Our Fostering Team Co-ordinator is very much a
part of the team around the child, as are our Foster Carers. This role will require a worker with excellent
interpersonal skills and be highly organised.”

Interviews are likely to be conducted via Microsoft teams, arrangements will be confirmed with candidates.
The post holder will be expected to work from home as well as an office so it is essential to have good internet
access at home.

Provisional Interview Date: Week Commencing 12 April 2021

Closing Date 28 March 2021

Business Services Officer                                                                              JOB/21/00692
Grade 9 £25,753 - £27,629 per annum ● 37 hours per week ● County Hall, Matlock
Full Time ● Fixed Term - Due to funding 31 March 2022 ● Childrens Services

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join Derbyshire's Early Help Transition Team, as a Business Services Officer.
The successful candidate will oversee a team of Business Services Assistants as they support the department on a
payment by results programme. This is a full time post and due to funding limitations is offered as a fixed term
contract up to 31 March 2022.

Provisional Interview Date: Week Commencing 5 April 2021

Closing Date 28 March 2021
Business Services Assistant                                                               JOB/21/00571
Grade 4 £18,561 per annum ● 37 hours per week ● South Derbyshire District Council (DCC), Civic Way,
Swadlincote
Full Time ● Permanent ● Adult Social Care and Health

We are looking for a committed and flexible person who can work as a key member of the Business Services
administration team based at the South Derbyshire Area Office, Civic way, Swadlincote. Working in a busy office,
the successful candidate will require appropriate information & technology (IT) skills, which includes using a variety
of IT systems. You will be required to work as part of a team undertaking a wide range of duties from note taking,
supporting social care functions, processing financial information to general administrative tasks.

Communication skills, ability to work to deadlines and an understanding of confidentiality is essential to this post.
Candidates should be qualified to vocational/NVQ or equivalent with significant experience. A car user allowance
is attached to this post, but it is possible for the allowance to be converted to other forms of transport where there is
a requirement to undertake travel as part of this post.

Interviews will be conducted via Microsoft teams or Skype.

Provisional Interview Date: Week commencing 12 April 2021.

Closing Date 4 April 2021

Business Services Assistant                                                                   JOB/21/00553
Grade £10,535.28 per annum ● 21 hours per week ● Derbyshire Register Office (Chesterfield), Town Hall
Rose Hill
Part Time ● Fixed Term - Covering for maternity leave ● Commissioning, Communities and Policy

We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic person to work as part of a busy team, based at Derbyshire Register
Office, Chesterfield. This role is suited to someone who is able to communicate confidently and effectively with the
public, both in person and on the telephone.

The successful candidate will predominantly be involved in the research and production of duplicate birth, death
and marriage certificates in addition to clerical and administrative duties, including reception duties.

A high level of accuracy and neatness together with the ability to work independently or within a team environment
are essential requirements of this role, as is the ability to maintain confidentiality at all times.

Working hours are 9.00am - 5.00pm with 1 hour for lunch, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

Provisional Interview Date: 7 April 2021.

Closing Date 4 April 2021

Business Services Assistant (Procurement)                                                                JOB/21/00554
Grade 7 £20,745 - £22,625 per annum ● 37 hours per week ● Highways Depot Darley Dale
Full Time ● Permanent ● Economy, Transport and Environment

Economy, Transport and Environment seek to recruit a highly motivated individual to work as a Business Services
Procurement Assistant.

The role of the Business Services Procurement Assistant is to provide a high quality and effective support service
to operational managers and employees on a broad range of administrative support activities and to procure goods
and services on behalf of the department ensuring compliance with EU, National and Local Authority procurement
and financial regulations.
Proven literacy and numeracy skills are essential as is the ability to work effectively as part of a team. You should
be self-motivated and willing to adopt a flexible approach to meet priorities and deadlines. Well-developed IT skills
and an excellent working knowledge of the Microsoft Suite are required - especially Excel as the ability to produce
and work with spreadsheets is essential.

The successful applicant will have excellent communication, interpersonal and presentational skills and be capable
of dealing with contacts at all levels including other Council departments, elected members, internal and external
customers and members of the public. Applicants must have a strong customer focus, be highly organised, have
excellent planning skills and be able to set and achieve targets through regular performance review. You will be
required to participate in service redesign projects including the Enterprising Council initiative.

The ability to speak fluent English in order to be able to communicate fully in the role with clients/the public is
essential in this role.

Provisional Interview Date: Week Commencing 12 April 2021

Closing Date 4 April 2021

Care/Social Work
Please note that if you already work in another health and social care setting (e.g. another care home,
home care provider or hospital ward) and intend to remain in that job, we will be unable to offer you a post
with us at the moment. This is due to Public Health England guidance that advises care staff should not
move between facilities due to the risk of transferring coronavirus.

Residential Social Care Worker                                                           JOB/21/00496
Grade 9 £12,876.48 - £13,814.52 per annum ● 18 hours and 30 minutes per week ● Petersham Centre, 58-60
Petersham Rd Long Eaton
Part Time ● Permanent ● Adult Social Care and Health

You will be responsible for providing personal care, support and assistance to service users. The ability to assess
and monitor the needs of people with a learning disability is essential. Experience of working with people with
learning disabilities is required.

Must hold or be willing to gain NVQ III Care or equivalent. Minimum age 18 years.

Closing Date 4 April 2021

Senior Care Worker (2 Posts)                                                              JOB/21/00575
Grade 7 £10.75 - £11.73 per hour ● As and when required ● The Grange Home for Older People Eckington
Guaranteed Hours Available ● Relief ● Adult Social Care and Health

The successful applicants will work alongside care staff and provide leadership and mentoring support to them
whilst delivering all aspects of personal care. You will be responsible for allocating day to day tasks within the care
team, administering medication and personal service planning with an emphasis on person centred care, under the
direction of the Unit and Deputy Unit Managers. You will be required to promote good practice and deliver high
quality care and support to residents with a range of care and support needs.

Excellent communication skills both written and oral are required to promote teamwork and deliver quality
handovers for each shift. You will be the senior person on duty for intervals during the working day and will be
required to offer support and guidance appropriate to the grade. Full training will be provided appropriate to the
level of the post.

Provisional Interview Date: 19 April 2021.

Closing Date 4 April 2021
Occupational Therapist (7 Posts)                                                                    JOB/20/02867
Grade 9 £25,753 - £27,629 per annum, pro rata, Grade 11 £32,913 - £36,155 per annum, pro rata ● Various
Hours Available ● Various Locations Across The County
Part Time and Full Time hours available ● Fixed Term - Due to finite funding 5 Posts - Fixed Term for 12 months
from start date and 2 Posts - Permanent ● Adult Social Care and Health

Derbyshire County Council Adult Social Care and Health are seeking to recruit 7 professionally qualified and HCPC
registered Occupational Therapists on a range of full and part time contracts including fixed and permanent posts
across various areas in Derbyshire. These areas include Chesterfield, North East Derbyshire, Bolsover, Amber
Valley, South Derbyshire and Matlock.

The 7 posts are in the below areas:

Chesterfield - Permanent - 1 Part Time Post 21.5 hours per week

North East Derbyshire - Permanent - 1 Part Time Post 18.5 hours per week, Fixed Term - 1 Full Time Post, 1 Part
Time Post 18.5 hours per week and 1 Part Time Post 19 hours per week, all for 1 year

Bolsover - Fixed Term - 1 Full Time Post for 1 year

Adult Care Assessment and Triage Team - Fixed Term - 1 Full Time Post for 1 year

As part of our generic Adult Care Team you will be required to take an integrated and strength based approach in
order to deliver a proportionate, personalised, safe and sustainable response for local adults, their carer’s and
families. Your role will include assessment and delivery of housing related support including major adaptations and
complex equipment. A positive approach to risk taking, and the ability to contribute to inter agency and multi-
disciplinary approaches both across the council and in other statutory bodies are key to this role.

Occupational Therapists will be recruited at Grade 9 or 11 depending on knowledge, skills and experience
demonstrated in the recruitment process. Secondments will also be considered.

Enquiries to Joanne.evans@derbyshire.gov.uk

Closing Date 11 April 2021

Care Worker                                                                                      JOB/21/00210
Grade 5 £10,888.32 - £11,105.76 per annum ● 21 hours and 17 minutes per week ● The Grange Home for
Older People, Eckington
Part Time ● Fixed Term - Due to the current COVID-19 situation 6 months from start date ● Adult Social Care and
Health

We are recruiting Care Workers to help our residents lead dignified lives. Working as part of a valued care team
you will be ensuring our residents stay happy, healthy and well by helping them with everyday tasks such as
washing, dressing, eating meals, taking medication and socialising.

Understanding the needs of older people, including those with dementia, is an important part of the work. If you
think you can make a positive difference to an older or disabled person’s life and would like a rewarding job with
room for progression, we would like to hear from you. You do not need previous experience as we will give you all
the training and support that you will need to do the job. There will also be ongoing support and mentoring from
experienced staff.

Working hours are flexible based on a three-shift pattern and we offer good rates of pay and a good pension, free
uniform, high quality training and many other benefits including a minimum of five weeks holiday and eight Bank
Holidays a year (pro rata), and extra pay for unsocial hours.

Closing Date 4 April 2021
Care Worker (5 Posts)                                                                     JOB/21/00087
Grade 5 £18,933 - £19,311 per annum, pro rata ● various ● Gernon Manor Home for Older People, Bakewell
Various hours available ● Permanent ● Adult Social Care and Health

We are recruiting Care Workers to help our residents lead dignified lives. Working as part of a valued care team
you will be ensuring our residents stay happy, healthy and well by helping them with everyday tasks such as
washing, dressing, eating meals, taking medication and socialising.

Understanding the needs of older people, including those with dementia, is an important part of the work. If you
think you can make a positive difference to an older or disabled person’s life and would like a rewarding job with
room for progression, we would like to hear from you.

You do not need previous experience as we will give you all the training and support that you will need to do the
job. There will also be ongoing support and mentoring from experienced staff.

Working hours are flexible based on a three-shift pattern and we offer good rates of pay and a good pension, free
uniform, high quality training and many other benefits including a minimum of five weeks holiday and eight Bank
Holidays a year (pro rata), and extra pay for unsocial hours.

Posts 1 and 2 – 24 hours and 20 minutes per week – £12,450.36 - £12,698.88 per annum

Post 3 – 23 hours and 30 minutes per week – £12,024.36 - £12,264.48 per annum

Post 4 – 24 hours per week - £12,279.96 - £12,525.12 per annum

Post 5 – 14 hours per week – £7,164.24 - £7,307.28 per annum

Closing Date 4 April 2021

Care Worker                                                                              JOB/21/00516
Grade 5 £13,006.92 - £13,266.72 per annum ● 25 hours 25 minutes per week ● Lady Cross House, Travers
Road, Sandiacre, Nottingham
Part Time ● Permanent ● Adult Social Care and Health

We are recruiting Care Workers to help our residents lead dignified lives. Working as part of a valued care team
you will be ensuring our residents stay happy, healthy and well by helping them with everyday tasks such as
washing, dressing, eating meals, taking medication and socialising.

Understanding the needs of older people, including those with dementia, is an important part of the work. If you
think you can make a positive difference to an older or disabled person’s life and would like a rewarding job with
room for progression, we want to hear from you.

You don’t need previous experience as we will give you all the training and support that you will need to do the job.
There will also be ongoing support and mentoring from experienced staff.

Working hours are flexible based on a three-shift pattern and we offer good rates of pay and a good pension, free
uniform, high quality training and many other benefits including a minimum of five weeks holiday and eight Bank
Holidays a year (pro rata), and extra pay for unsocial hours.

Please note that if you already work in another health and social care setting (e.g. another care home, home care
provider or hospital ward) and intend to remain in that job, we will be unable to offer you a post with us at the
moment. This is due to Public Health England guidance that advises care staff should not move between facilities
due to the risk of transferring coronavirus.

Closing Date 4 April 2021
Laundry Assistant                                                                               JOB/21/00563
Grade 3 £17,055.72 per annum ● 34 hours per week ● Gernon Manor Staff House Home for Older People
Bakewell
Part Time ● Fixed Term - Due to the current COVID-19 situation cover 3 months, may be extended ● Adult Social
Care and Health

The successful candidate would be responsible for contributing to the provision of a comfortable, safe and hygienic
environment for residents and staff. Knowledge of health and safety is required. The duties will include providing a
comprehensive laundry service by washing, drying and ironing all items as instructed (bed linen, clothes, towels
and tea towels); disinfecting any soiled items and meeting client’s personal laundry needs including urgent repairs
where necessary.

Previous experience of using a variety of laundry machines would be an advantage but full training will be provided.
Previous experience is preferred but is not essential the successful applicants will be required to undertake
training.

Closing Date 4 April 2021

Care Worker (4 Posts)                                                                     JOB/21/00574
Grade 5 £9.81 - £10.01 per hour ● As and when required ● The Grange Home for Older People, Eckington
No Guaranteed Hours ● Relief ● Adult Social Care and Health

We are recruiting Care Workers to help our residents lead dignified lives. Working as part of a valued care team
you will be ensuring our residents stay happy, healthy and well by helping them with everyday tasks such as
washing, dressing, eating meals, taking medication and socialising.

Understanding the needs of older people, including those with dementia, is an important part of the work. If you
think you can make a positive difference to an older or disabled person’s life and would like a rewarding job with
room for progression, we want to hear from you.

You don’t need previous experience as we will give you all the training and support that you will need to do the job.
There will also be ongoing support and mentoring from experienced staff.

Working hours are flexible based on a three-shift pattern and we offer good rates of pay and a good pension, free
uniform, high quality training and many other benefits including a minimum of five weeks holiday and eight Bank
Holidays a year (pro rata), and extra pay for unsocial hours.

Please note that if you already work in another health and social care setting (e.g. another care home, home care
provider or hospital ward) and intend to remain in that job, we will be unable to offer you a post with us at the
moment. This is due to Public Health England guidance that advises care staff should not move between facilities
due to the risk of transferring coronavirus.

Provisional Interview Date: 19 April 2021.

Closing Date 4 April 2021

Social Worker                                                                               JOB/21/00591
Grade 9-11 £25,753 - £36,155 per annum ● 37 hours per week ● Adult Care Social Care Office, Municipal
Buildings, Glossop
Full Time ● Fixed Term - Covering for maternity leave ● Adult Social Care and Health

Derbyshire County Council invite applications from experienced, skilled, knowledgeable and passionate social
workers able to demonstrate a robust understanding and commitment to securing positive outcomes for adults.
The successful candidate will have experience of working in an adult social work environment, demonstrate an
ability to adopt a strengths based approach, utilising current legislation and policies. Core tasks will include
undertaking assessments under the Care Act, devising person-centred support plans to maximise independence,
providing advice to clients and carers, applying the universal offer, and whenever possible drawing on community
resources. Fundamental to this post is the ability to assess and manage risk and work effectively under the
Safeguarding Adults policy and procedures, alongside undertaking the duty function.

You will need to be able to manage change and have the ability to maintain positive relationships with health
partners and other agencies.

Provisional Interview Date: 7 April 2021

Closing Date 4 April 2021

Care Worker (Community) (7 Posts)                                                            JOB/21/00604
Grade 5 £18,933 - £19,311 per annum, pro rata ● Various hours available ● Adult Care Social Care Office,
Municipal Buildings, Glossop
Part Time ● Permanent ● Adult Social Care and Health

Could you make a make a difference to the life of an older or disabled person? We are looking for people to join
our valued care teams helping Derbyshire residents lead independent, dignified lives. Vacancies are available
based in and around various areas including: Glossop, Gamesley and Hadfield.

As a Care Worker (Community) you will be ensuring people stay healthy, happy and well in their own homes by
helping them with a variety of everyday tasks including assisting with medication.

You don’t need previous experience as we’ll give you all the training and support you need to do the job.

If you are looking for a rewarding job that offers flexible working hours, good rates of pay and a good pension, free
uniform, high quality training and many other benefits including a minimum of five weeks holiday and eight bank
holidays a year (pro- rata) and extra pay for unsocial hours, we would like to hear from you. You will need to travel
around the area to take up this role.

Provisional Interview Date: 10 April 2021

Closing Date 4 April 2021

Caretaking/Cleaning/Security
Domestic (Relief)                                                                        JOB/21/00573
Grade 3 £9.43 per hour ● As and when required ● The Grange Home for Older People, Eckington
No Guaranteed Hours ● Relief ● Adult Social Care and Health

Responsible for contributing to the provision of a comfortable, safe and hygienic environment for residents and
staff. Knowledge of health and safety is required. Must hold or be willing to gain NVQ I Cleaning.

The job will include unsocial hours working including weekends and Bank Holidays.

Provisional Interview Date: 19 April 2021.

Closing Date 4 April 2021
Catering
Caterer                                                                                   JOB/21/00540
Grade 6 £19,687 - £20,145 per annum ● 37 hours per week ● Aldercar High School Langley Mill,
Nottingham
Full Time ● Permanent ● Childrens Services

Caterer to manage all aspects of this busy Secondary School kitchen. Are you ready for a challenge? The
successful applicant will be responsible for a large, busy, cashless catering operation to include ordering and stock
taking. The work will require a person who is a team builder and customer focused. Must be comfortable with all
aspects of delivering a quality catering service in partnership with the school.

To apply you will be ideally qualified to 706/1 and 706/2 or NVQ level III or have relevant experience, together with
a sound knowledge of Health and Safety requirements and possess a basic food hygiene certificate. Please note
that it is a condition of employment that all Catering Staff attend basic food hygiene and Health and Safety training.
This training is funded by the Authority.

Provisional Interview Date: 8 April 2021.

Closing Date 4 April 2021

Catering Assistant                                                                       JOB/21/00599
Grade 2 £4,129.20 per annum ● 10 hours per week, 39 weeks per year ● Walter Evans CE Primary and
Nursery School, Darley Abbey, Derby
Part Time ● Permanent ● Childrens Services

You will be working as part of a team in a busy production kitchen that cooks over 300+ meals daily. You will be
assisting with the preparation, cooking and service of the lunchtime meals to a number of pupils daily together with
associated washing up and cleaning duties. Furniture duties are included in this post.

It is essential that you can demonstrate a flexible attitude to work, have knowledge of the principles of food
hygiene, storage and service and have good interpersonal skills appropriate to a school environment.
If you do not already hold NVQ II Food Hygiene you will be required to successfully complete it upon appointment.
This position is term time only.

Closing Date 4 April 2021

Childrens Social Care/Social Work
Family Resource Worker                                                                  JOB/21/00409
Grade 8 £23,250 - £25,128 per annum ● 37 hours per week ● Gernon Manor Resource Centre, Bakewell
Full Time ● Permanent ● Childrens Services

Would you like the opportunity to make a real difference to a young person’s life?

We are looking for a Full time Family Resource Worker to support Contract Foster Carers to look after 10-18 year
olds who may have had difficult life experiences.

 This is a rewarding role for people who enjoy being with teenagers. We are committed to helping all our young
people to reach their full potential. Our foster carers are central to this, so the support offered by the Family
Resource Worker is an important role as part of the team around the child.

We would like to hear from people who have experience of working directly with young people especially those with
varying additional needs. The role requires good safeguarding skills and interpersonal skills to help young people,
as part of the team, to progress and support their individual circumstances.
The Family Resource Worker will assist by taking young people out when carers need cover for training and will
also do specific work with young people such as independence skills training, life story work or around keeping
safe, education on substance misuse or measures to keep emotionally well The post holder will need access to a
car as the service is county wide. Applicants should have had prior experience of working with teenagers in some
capacity. Occasional evening and weekend work will be required.

Closing Date 4 April 2021

Residential Children's Worker                                                            JOB/21/00510
Grade 9 £13.35 - £14.32 per hour ● As and when required ● Glenholme Children's Home, Long Eaton
No Guaranteed Hours ● Relief ● Childrens Services

This is an exciting opportunity to join an experienced team in a therapeutically-informed residential care home for
Derbyshire children with complex social and emotional challenges.

Glenholme is a five-bed home situated in Erewash and forms an essential part of our wider mainstream residential
care network.

You will be working as part of a small staff team who provide support and a person-centred service to children and
young people. This will involve a combination of day, evening, night, weekend, and bank holiday working.
You will also work in partnership with parents and other professionals and so you will need a good range of
communication skills.

You will need to have an openness to and an aptitude for relationship focused and psychologically informed
working practices.

You must have the appropriate skills and experience to perform and work within an environment that can at times
require using your own initiative along with an understanding of The Children Act, The Quality Care Standards and
Children’s Homes (England) Regulations 2015.

You must hold or be already working towards or be willing to undertake and complete within 2 years of starting
work at the home, the Level 3 Children and Young people’s Workforce Diploma and Social Care Pathway
(England) 2015. OR you should hold an equivalent qualification such as The NVQ 3 caring for children & young
people and be prepared to complete any additional work to meet the required level.

If you require any more information about the role then please contact Danielle Waterfall
(danielle.waterfall@derbyshire.gov.uk) or Josh Mason (joshua.mason@derbyshire.gov.uk).

Closing Date 4 April 2021

Social Worker (Children-in-Care Team)                                                      JOB/21/00552
Grade 9 - 11 £22,103.16 - £28,923.96 per annum. A *market supplement of between £2,000 and £4,000 per
annum is currently payable to 30 June 2021 ● 29 hours and 36 minutes per week ● Amber Valley Area
Office, Ripley
Part Time ● Permanent ● Childrens Services

Over the past 2 years Derbyshire has successfully recruited to social work posts across the county as part of our
strategy to reduce caseloads and promote effective working relationships with children and families through our
systemic approach to social work intervention.

During this period, we have supported a number of newly qualified social workers to progress in their career and
have added experienced social workers to our existing workforce. As a result, we have increased our retention
rates through supportive frameworks and excellent progression opportunities.

Derbyshire is an ambitious and innovative Authority and is keen to continue to build upon our successful
recruitment by adding to existing workforce.
We currently have an exciting opportunity, for both a newly qualified or experienced social worker, to join the
Children-inCare team in Amber Valley.

We work hard to ensure that our Social Workers have the time and resources to operate effectively and deliver
good outcomes for children and families. Our vision means working creatively to inspire and empower children,
young people and their families to be the best they can be.

We believe that hard work and commitment to your role should be rewarded, so we offer a package to our social
workers that will ensure you always feel supported and valued:

      A manageable caseload
      Accelerated pay progression opportunities
      Access to an excellent range of training and development opportunities, worth over £5000
      Systemic training equivalent to Post Graduate Certificate
      Excellent supervision and a supportive peer network
      Effective leadership and management
      Fantastic opportunities for career progression and further formal qualifications
      Diverse range of cases providing an exciting, challenging and rewarding career
      High morale within the teams
      DBS fee covered and Social Work England registration fee reimbursed

Derbyshire is a fantastic place to live and work, with the miles of peaceful countryside and quaint villages making
the county extremely appealing. In addition to location, there are a number of perks to being a Derbyshire County
Council employee:

      Local Government Pension Scheme
      Generous annual leave and flexi time scheme
      Travel expenses
      Discount on leisure centre memberships
      Free car parking at most sites
      Free eye tests for employees who regularly use a computer
      An in-house counselling service
      Occupational Health service
      Access to sessions with a trained physiotherapist
      Cycle to work scheme
      Easy access to a number of large cities, with excellent travel links
      Close proximity to Peak District National Park

If you are Social Work qualified and have a Social Work England registration, or are a graduate waiting for
registration, we would love to hear from you. Apply today, or for more information, email
socialwork.childrens@derbyshire.gov.uk .

For an informal discussion, please contact James Pedley, Team Manager on 07768 127715.

Posts in Child Protection roles will attract a starting salary of £27,629 pro rata.
*A market supplement is currently attached to this post. This is a separate payment made in addition to the normal
salary as detailed below. All market supplement payments are reviewed 6 months prior to their proposed end date
to determine whether the supplement should continue.

 Appointed on                     Basic salary         Market          Salary including
                                  per annum          supplement      market
                                                      payment        supplement     per
                                                     per annum       annum

Grade 9: pay point 19              £27,629             £4,000              £31,629
Grade 10: pay points           £28,682-£31,832         £3,000         £31,682-£34,832
2023
Grade 11: pay points           £32,913-£36,155         £2,000         £34,913-£38,155
2427

We warmly encourage applications from disabled people. If online applications are not suitable for you, there are
alternative ways to apply.

If you need advice or support with your application or need the recruitment documents in another format such as
audio, easy read, or braille, or wish to discuss related issues, please contact the Disability Employment team on
01629 532451 for help.

Closing Date 4 April 2021

Team Manager (Fostering Assessment Family and Friends (Connected Persons))                           JOB/21/00587
Grade 13 £41,782 - £45,362 per annum ● 37 hours per week ● County Hall, Matlock
Full Time ● Permanent ● Childrens Services

Derbyshire County Council is currently looking for an dedicated Team Manager to fill a full-time role within the
Family and Friends (Connected Person) Assessment Team. You will be responsible for 6.5*FTE member of staff
and will join a very experienced and established team of social workers and a family resource worker.

The role will involve:

       Managing a team of social workers, family resource workers to providing monthly supervisions and annual
        reviews and including performance management
       To provide ongoing guidance to staff as needed outside of supervision
       Allocation of work as it comes in
       Quality assurance of initial viability assessments, connected person reports (FORM C) and management of
        timescales
       Monthly audits as per departmental policy
       Liaising with fostering panel and with the courts
       Liaising with neighbourhood and other case holding teams
       Visiting families alongside the social worker where there is an identified need for this to happen
       Alongside the other team managers, to attend team meetings and work with staff on the range of
        developmental work being undertaken in the team
       To liaise with post SGO support service in line with the department’s statutory responsibilities
       To attend other meetings within the department to represent the connected service
       To make financial decisions and recommendations based on departmental guidelines
       To support in the development of specific training for connected person
       Any other duties as directed by senior managers
Requirements of the role:

      Qualified Social Worker
      Fully HCPC registered
      Must have demonstrable post-qualifying knowledge & experience of statutory Fostering services

Provisional Interview Date: 8 April 2021

Closing Date 4 April 2021

Early Help Advisor                                                                        JOB/21/00636
Grade 8 £23,250 - £25,128 per annum ● 37 hours per week ● 2 Godkin House, Park Road, Ripley
Full Time ● Fixed Term - Due to funding to 31 August 2022 ● Childrens Services

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Early Help Transition Team, as an Early Help Advisor in Amber Valley
Locality in Derbyshire. This is a full time post and the successful candidates will be responsible, along with
colleagues, for supporting and advising partner agencies in the delivery of their own early help offer and
interventions with children, young people and families within the Locality.

Provisional Interview Date; 7 May 2021

Closing Date 4 April 2021

Early Help Advisor                                                                       JOB/21/00644
Grade 8 £23,250 - £25,128 per annum ● 37 hours per week ● The Arc (Derbyshire County Council), High
Street, Clowne, Chesterfield
Full Time ● Fixed Term - Due to finite funding to 31 August 2022 ● Childrens Services

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Early Help Transition Team, as an Early Help Advisor in North
East Derbyshire Locality in Derbyshire. This is a full time post and the successful candidates will be responsible,
along with colleagues, for supporting and advising partner agencies in the delivery of their own early help offer
and interventions with children, young people and families within the Locality.

Provisional Interview date 10 May 2021

Closing Date 4 April 2021

Education - Non Teaching/Support Services
Teacher Sight Impaired                                                                  JOB/21/00584
MPS plus SEN allowance ● 22 hours and 45 minutes per week ● Alfreton SEN Support Service, Alfreton
Part Time ● Permanent ● Childrens Services

Required for September 2021 due to retirement of current postholder. We are recruiting a suitably qualified or
experienced Teacher of Vision Impairment to work in the specialist vision Impairment peripatetic team in the
Sensory and Physical Support Service.

The successful applicant will be joining a specialist team of teachers working with children who have vision
impairments in Derbyshire mainstream or special schools. Work will involve support and advice for the inclusion of
these young people in schools or pre-school settings, close liaison with colleagues in health around equipment and
diagnosis, the provision of statutory advice, training on vision awareness and monitoring and support to enable
pupil progress.
Team members are allocated a patch of the county to work in and are responsible for supporting the inclusion of all
children with hearing loss, 0-18 in that area.

The team is well established and highly professional in its approach. The successful candidate will be expected to
have the mandatory Teacher of Vision Impairment qualification or be prepared to study for that qualification whilst
working for the team.

Closing Date 4 April 2021

Adult Tutor                                                                                           JOB/21/00617
Derbyshire FE JNC Lecturers ● As and when required ● Hunloke Centre, Chesterfield
No Guaranteed Hours ● Relief ● Childrens Services

The Derbyshire Adult Community Education Service is seeking to appoint suitably qualified apprenticeship tutors to
work across the Derbyshire area. Tutors are required to have experience of working with and motivating young
people and adults in the workplace. The delivery of the following apprenticeship standards are required:

      Adult Care Worker Level 2
      Customer Service Practitioner Level 2
      Lead Adult Care Worker Level 3
      Business Administrator Level 3
      School Business Professional Level 4
      Team Leader/Supervisor Level 3
      Teaching Assistant Level 3
      Early Years Educator Level 3
      Children, Young People and Families Practitioner Level 4
      Children, Young People and Family Manager Level 5
      Employability Practitioner Level 4

Applicants should be occupationally competent, have recognised subject qualifications and already hold an adult
teaching qualification.

Closing Date 4 April 2021

Education - Youth & Adult Services
Careers Coach                                                                              JOB/21/00630
Grade 9 £14,965.08 - £16,055.16 per annum ● 21 hours and 30 minutes per week ● The Ritz, Steep Turnpike,
Matlock
Part Time ● Fixed Term - Due to funding 31 March 2022 ● Childrens Services

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Adult Careers Service Team to deliver on the National Careers
Service contract. The ideal candidate must be enthusiastic and have experience of working in an information,
advice and guidance setting and be performance driven.

Provisional Interview Date: 1 April 2021

Closing Date 28 March 2021
Public Health
Project Officer (2 Posts)                                                                          JOB/21/00538
Grade 9 Post 1 - £25,753 - £27,629 per annum, Post 2 -£12,876.48 - £13,814.52 per annum ● Post 1 -37 hours
per week, Post 2 - 18 hours and 30 minutes per week ● County Hall / South Normanton Library
Part Time and Full Time hours available ● Fixed Term - Due to finite funding 6 months from start date ● Adult
Social Care and Health

The Public Health Prevention Team are looking to recruit to one full time and one part time temporary Project
Officer posts.

      1 x full time 37 hours position for Erewash community
      1 x 18.5 hours position for Bolsover community (working pattern: week 1 Monday, Tues, Wednesday,
       week 2 Monday, Tuesday)

The team are currently supporting the Community Response Unit with helping people to access urgent food,
prescriptions and other essentials. The posts also involve providing information, advice and signposting in relation
to winter pressures and supporting individuals to recover from the impact of COVID19.

       Do you like working with people in the community?
       Do you want to help people improve their lives?
       Are you a good listener?
       Do you want to take time to get to know people?

If so, you may be the right person to join our team!

We are looking for candidates to use person centred approaches to build trusting relationships with individuals,
who can gain an understanding of the person’s skills, passions and talents to link in with the community assets,
enabling them to build their vision of a good life. We are also looking for people to be flexible and work as part of a
team covering a rota.

Each post will cover a specific area; however, you may be asked to cover other parts of Derbyshire at short notice.
Please state your preferred area on the application form. At the current time the role predominantly involves
working from home but there may also be a requirement to travel to support people.

You must have experience of working in a similar role and meet the essential criteria of the job and person profile.
Please also read the additional information which explains the role further.

If you would like to speak to someone for further information please email ASCH.LAC.Mailbox@Derbyshire.gov.uk

Provisional Interview Date: 6 April 2021

Closing Date 28 March 2021
Transport/Traffic
Civil Parking Enforcement Officer                                                          JOB/21/00370
Grade 8 £13,898.88 - £15,021.48 per annum ● 22 hours and 7 minutes per week ● County Hall, Matlock
Part Time ● Permanent ● Economy, Transport and Environment

We are looking for candidates who have an understanding of Highways matters, in particular the impact of parking
on the general flow of traffic, support to local businesses and the impact on residential areas. The job and personal
profile linked to this advert detail the experience, skills, knowledge, personal effectiveness and qualifications we
are looking for in a successful candidate and your applications should demonstrate how you meet each of these
criteria.

The post is contracted to work for 22 hours and 7 minutes per week, Wednesday to Friday. We offer a flexible
working pattern, normally based in Matlock however, the Team are all currently working from home. We offer
generous holidays and membership of the Local Government Pension Scheme.

For further information, or to informally discuss the position, please contact Suzanne Cross on 01629 538671

Closing Date 4 April 2021

Schools and Academies
Administration/Clerical/Customer Service
School Business Assistant (Clerk to Govenors)                                               JOB/21/00566
Grade 4, £18,561.00 per annum, pro rata ● An average of 2.5 hours per week worked on a variable basis
throughout the year ● Youlgrave, All Saints C of E Voluntary Aided Primary School
Part Time ● Permanent

We are looking for someone with a good working knowledge of Governing Body procedures and a willingness to
contribute to the smooth running of meetings. You will need to be self-motivated with relevant experience and good
interpersonal and communication skills and have a positive attitude to personal development and training. You will
also possess a high level of integrity and impartiality.

The successful candidate will become a vital member of our dedicated, efficient and friendly team of governors and
must be able to start as soon as possible.

If you would like further information or an informal discussion regarding this post, please contact the school on
01629 636289 and your details will be passed onto the Governing Body. Alternatively, please email:
chair@youlgrave@allsaints.derbyshire.sch.uk

Provisional Interview Dates: 20 and 21 April 2021

Closing Date 28 March 2021
School Business Manager                                                                    JOB/21/00582
Grade 9 £19,293.60 - £20,699.04 per annum ● 30 hours per week, 42 Weeks per year ● Charlotte Nursery
and Infant School, Ilkeston
Part Time ● Permanent

Charlotte Nursery and Infant school is seeking to appoint a new School Business Manager. We are a large, caring
and child centred infant school based in Ilkeston.

We are looking for someone who can:

      Form an integral part of the school’s operational and leadership team.
      Strategically manage the school’s finance and business functions.
      Work well as part of a team, inspiring and supporting others.
      Support the school leadership team in driving whole school improvement.

We can offer you:

      A forward thinking school
      A supportive, fun and encouraging working environment
      Relevant training

If you are interested in the post, then we are keen to hear from you!
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and all employees are expected to share
this commitment.

Provisional Interview Date: 25 March 2021

Closing Date 21 March 2021

School Business Assistant (Clerk to Governors)                                              JOB/21/00605
Grade 4 £9.62 per hour ● Average of 1 hour 45 minutes per week, worked on a variable basis throughout
the year ● Harpur Hill Primary School and Nursery, Buxton
Part Time ● Permanent

The Governing Body of Harpur Hill Primary School and Nursery invite applications for the role of Clerk to
Governors. We are looking for an effective and efficient administrator who will work closely with the Chair of
Governors, Headteacher, other Governors and the Local Authority. We are looking for a person who will enjoy
taking an active role in the full life of our school

We offer a friendly governor, staff and school community. Induction and training will be provided to meet your
needs. There will be approximately 8 meetings per year, usually held on a Tuesday evening from 6pm to 8pm.
Calls/virtual meetings to the school are strongly encouraged. Please contact us to make an appointment on 01298
23261.

Start date: April 2021 or by arrangement with the school

Provisional Interview Date: Week Commencing 19 April 2021

Closing Date 28 March 2021
School Business Assistant                                                                 JOB/21/00618
Grade 4 £7,517.76 per annum ● 17 hours and 30 minutes, 39 weeks per year ● Stanton Vale School, Long
Eaton
Part Time ● Permanent

Stanton Vale School is a vibrant, stimulating and specialist community in which pupils and staff value themselves
and others. We aim to challenge, motivate and empower individuals with the skills and knowledge for a life beyond
school. We want the students and staff of Stanton Vale to be both aspirational and inspirational. We are passionate
training and developing our staff.

We are looking to recruit a School Business Assistant to join our dynamic and dedicated academy team. The role
offers a great deal of variety and the post holder will become a key member of the administration team assisting
with the operational day to day running of the school. Reporting directly to the School Business Manager, the ideal
candidate will have Level 2 or equivalent in a relevant subject and/or office experience as well as experience of
working within a school. Benefits include: Local Government Pension Scheme, school holidays, Westfield Health
membership and free parking.

Visits to the Academy are warmly welcomed and can be arranged within Covid-19 Health and Safety guidelines.
For further information, please contact the Admin Team, Stanton Vale School, on 0115 972 9769, via email to
info@stantonvale.derbyshire.sch.uk or visit our website at www.esteemmat.co.uk/jointheteam

Please use the relevant application form on the MAT website; CVs alone will not be accepted.
Please do not apply using the Derbyshire County Council website. Please ensure that your completed application
is returned directly to the school by 12 Noon on the closing date.

Esteem Multi-Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all its students. We
expect all staff, volunteers and agency staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be required to
undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily
prevent an applicant from obtaining this post, as all cases are judged individually according to the nature of the role
and information provided.

Provisional Interview Date: 31 March 2021

Closing Date 24 March 2021

School Business Assistant                                                                 JOB/21/00635
Grade 6 £10,939.68 - £11,188.56 per annum ● 24 hours per week, 39 weeks per year ● Wirksworth
Federation of Infant School
Part Time ● Permanent

Wirksworth Infant School and Wirksworth Church of England Infant School together make up Wirksworth
Federation of Infant Schools. We are a ‘hard’ federation, meaning that the two schools utilise joint staff and
resources to best support our vision of ensuring ‘Inspiring Learning for All’.

The Governors seek to appoint an experienced, professional and dynamic School Business Assistant with strong
presentation skills, a clear communication style and the ability to find solutions independently. This challenging role
fulfils operational support functions across the two federated schools, working alongside the School Business
Officer. Both schools are very small but necessitate the same variety of complex administrative tasks as larger
settings. Please tell us how you meet the specifications in the job and person profiles attached. Start date as soon
as possible. Job share considered.

Contact Cath.Rowlatt@wirksworth-inf.derbyshire.sch.uk to talk about the role. Visits to the school can be facilitated
in a Covid-friendly manner.

Provisional Interview Date: 31 March 2021

Closing Date 28 March 2021
School Business Assistant                                                                  JOB/21/00625
Grade 6 £17,268.60 - £17,661.36 per annum ● 37 hours per week, 40 weeks per year ● St George's Church of
England Primary School, New Mills
Full Time ● Permanent

We are looking for an enthusiastic and highly organised School Business Assistant to join our friendly team at St
George's Church of England Primary School.

We are looking for:

      Outstanding organisation and communication skills, including ICT skills
      Someone who is positive, enthusiastic and solution focused with a forward-thinking creative approach
      Experience in a similar role and able to organise and supervise administrative, financial and Human
       Resource systems and processes
      Ability to use your own initiative to deal sensitively with a range of complex issues
      Able to effectively deal with all school stakeholders in line with the positive and approachable ethos of the
       school.

If you are ready for a new and exciting challenge, we will offer you:

      A positive working environment
      High quality, personalised professional development and support from an experienced School Business
       Manager
      Valuable support from a strong network of Trust schools and Central Team

If you have already applied for this position your application will be considered.

Please do not apply using the Derbyshire County Council website. Please ensure that your completed application
is returned directly to the school by 9.00am on the closing date.

To apply for this role, please complete the DDAT application forms and return these, by the closing date, to
HR@ddat.org.uk

Provisional Interview Date: Week commencing 22 March 2021

Position Available: Immediately

Applicants who have previously applied for this role will be considered, there is no requirement to apply again.

Derby Diocesan Academy Trust (DDAT) is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and
expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments are subject to satisfactory references,
preemployment and DBS checks. DDAT actively encourages a diverse population of both children and staff and is
committed to promoting and developing equality of opportunity in all its functions.

Closing Date 22 March 2021
School Business Officer                                                                   JOB/21/00675
Grade 8 £11,569.80 - £12504.24 per annum ● 21 hours per week, 40 weeks per year ● Park House Primary
School, Lower Pilsley
Part Time ● Permanent

The Headteacher and Governors of Park House Primary School are looking to appoint a School Business Officer,
who will work alongside the current School Business Officer to support the effective and efficient operation of the
school office and associated systems.

We are seeking a suitably skilled and experienced individual with excellent financial administration, IT and
communication skills to join our busy office. Accurate, well organized, flexible and reliable, you will enjoy working in
a school environment. A good working knowledge of Microsoft Office is essential and experience of software used
in Derbyshire schools would be advantageous.

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all its students and expects all staff and
volunteers to share this commitment.

In return, Park House Primary School offers a warm and friendly environment with a friendly, dedicated,
professional and supportive staff team. Please look at our website www.parkhouse.derbyshire.co.uk to learn more
about our school.

Provisional Interview Date: Week commencing 19 April 2021

Closing Date 31 March 2021

School Business Officer                                                                   JOB/21/00686
Grade 7 £14,403.00 - £15,708.36 per annum ● 30 hours per week, 39 weeks per year ● Whaley Thorns
Community Primary and Nursery
Part Time ● Permanent

The Governors are seeking to appoint a business officer to join our hardworking, dedicated and friendly team. The
post is to commence as soon as possible.

The successful candidate will work alongside the Principal to administer the business function of the school.

The successful candidate must –

      have experience of working within a school environment;
      have excellent communication and interpersonal skills;
      be organised, enthusiastic and determined to succeed;
      have an understanding of school finances, HR procedures and health and safety within a school;
      be confident when speaking with parents and carers;
      enjoy working collaboratively;
      be able to work flexibility and prioritise jobs;
      have a willingness to be part of the team and take on additional responsibilities which are not necessarily
       part of the role e.g. driving the mini-bus.

We have amazing children who thrive on exciting and engaging learning opportunities. The school is part of the
TEAM Education Trust. We are a new trust, which currently comprises of Stubbin Wood Special School (lead
school), Whaley Thorns Primary and Model Village Primary.

We have absolutely committed staff, a proactive and supportive senior leadership team and an amazing building
and grounds.

Staff and the governing body have a collective determination to allow everyone to achieve success and be the best
that we can possibly be.
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