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Job description
East Prevention Officer- National Prevention Programme

The Children's Society are excited to be recruiting for a Eastern Prevention Officer to lead the Prevention Programme's work in this region and contribute to our national work across England and Wales. Our Prevention Officers work to develop new and innovative approaches to preventing and responding to child exploitation and abuse.

This is an ideal opportunity for someone with an interest in systems change and partnership working to improve the lives of exploited and abused children nationwide. This is a unique opportunity to influence both practice on the ground and at strategic levels.

This is a permanent position with funding until the 31st March 2025.

37 hours per week

£29,155.68 per annum (DN grade)

The location for the role is flexible within the UK. The successful candidate will be home-based with opportunities to work at a nearby Children's Society office if and when appropriate.  

While this role specifically covers the East of England, it is not a requirement that the person must be based there (though it is preferable), but must be willing to undertake travel to the region when required.

The Prevention Programme

The Prevention Programme is currently in its fifth year as a key part of The Children's Society's national programme team. Funded by the Home Office, we work in close partnership with organisations across the public, private and third sectors to achieve our goal of preventing Child Exploitation and Abuse, Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking across England and Wales.

The Prevention Programme is an exciting, fast-paced programme which drives change and innovative practice in the prevention of child exploitation and abuse at a local, regional and national level.

In 2020 the Programme won the Children and Young People Now partnership award and we were finalists for the safeguarding award in 2022. These awards are the gold standard for everyone working with children, young people and families, and provides recognition of the achievement of services across the third sector.

We're looking for a highly motivated individual, with a good understanding of working with children and young people and strong partnership working and communication skills. These role will involve a mixture of, facilitation, training delivery, convening, resource creation and the coordination of multi-agency working groups to achieve long lasting change across different sectors and geographical areas.

Police officers are asking different questions, there's been arrests following the work, victims are getting extra support and being identified at different points. They said that was directly as a result of the work with The Children's Society.' Local Authority Stakeholder, East Midlands

We view diversity and inclusion as fundamental to achieving social change and recognise that systemic racism, homophobia, transphobia and disability discrimination actively prevent children from being safeguarded and receiving appropriate support.

To tackle the complex issues facing young people, we need access to diverse talent, perspectives, experiences and working practices. The Prevention Programme is committed to inclusion and anti-racism. We actively support all LGBTQ+ people, people with disabilities and those who identify as neurodiverse and are currently engaged in work to address issues of systemic exclusion and discrimination as they relate to exploitation and abuse.

We encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds and communities and we have policies to support flexible, inclusive and accessible employment.

In this role you will:

-Join The Children's Society's award-winning Prevention Programme to influence and encourage new and innovative approaches to prevent child exploitation and abuse, working to ensure all child victims of exploitation are recognised including those who commit crime as part of their exploitation.

-Have the opportunity to support and influence and develop positive change in police, social care, health and private sector practice including at the frontline and strategic leaders.

-Join a team of Prevention Officers across England and Wales and contribute to the prevention and disruption of child exploitation and abuse across a range of organisations.

-Challenge stereotypes, discrimination and wider culture and practice which harms victim identification and support in an informed, professional and solution focused way.

We would particularly welcome applications from candidates with knowledge on and skills in any of the following:

-Trauma informed practice

-Contextual safeguarding

-Transitional safeguarding

-Disruption tools and powers

-Anti-racism, equity and inclusive practice

-Evidence building and evaluation

-Gender and gender identity

-Digital safety and online harms

-Digital design

Do you want to be part of our Team?

Please visit childrenssociety.org.uk/about-us/work-us for further requirements and to apply for this role.

If you have any particular queries about specifics aspects of the role mentioned above please contact [email protected]

The closing date for applications is 22nd April 2024. If after 14 days, we have received enough applications for this role, we reserve the right to close this vacancy from the 8th April onwards.

East Prevention Officer- National Prevention Programme

The Children's Society are excited to be recruiting for a Eastern Prevention Officer to lead the Prevention Programme's work in this region and contribute to our national work across England and Wales. Our Prevention Officers work to develop new and innovative approaches to preventing and responding to child exploitation and abuse.

This is a permanent position with funding until the 31st March 2025.

This is an ideal opportunity for someone with an interest in systems change and partnership working to improve the lives of exploited and abused children nationwide. This is a unique opportunity to influence both practice on the ground and at strategic levels.

37 hours per week

£29,155.68 per annum (DN grade)

The location for the role is flexible within the UK. The successful candidate will be home-based with opportunities to work at a nearby Children's Society office if and when appropriate.  

While this role specifically covers the East of England, it is not a requirement that the person must be based there (though it is preferable), but must be willing to undertake travel to the region when required.

The Prevention Programme

The Prevention Programme is currently in its fifth year as a key part of The Children's Society's national programme team. Funded by the Home Office, we work in close partnership with organisations across the public, private and third sectors to achieve our goal of preventing Child Exploitation and Abuse, Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking across England and Wales.

The Prevention Programme is an exciting, fast-paced programme which drives change and innovative practice in the prevention of child exploitation and abuse at a local, regional and national level.

In 2020 the Programme won the Children and Young People Now partnership award and we were finalists for the safeguarding award in 2022. These awards are the gold standard for everyone working with children, young people and families, and provides recognition of the achievement of services across the third sector.

We're looking for a highly motivated individual, with a good understanding of working with children and young people and strong partnership working and communication skills. These role will involve a mixture of, facilitation, training delivery, convening, resource creation and the coordination of multi-agency working groups to achieve long lasting change across different sectors and geographical areas.

Police officers are asking different questions, there's been arrests following the work, victims are getting extra support and being identified at different points. They said that was directly as a result of the work with The Children's Society.' Local Authority Stakeholder, East Midlands

We view diversity and inclusion as fundamental to achieving social change and recognise that systemic racism, homophobia, transphobia and disability discrimination actively prevent children from being safeguarded and receiving appropriate support.

To tackle the complex issues facing young people, we need access to diverse talent, perspectives, experiences and working practices. The Prevention Programme is committed to inclusion and anti-racism. We actively support all LGBTQ+ people, people with disabilities and those who identify as neurodiverse and are currently engaged in work to address issues of systemic exclusion and discrimination as they relate to exploitation and abuse.

We encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds and communities and we have policies to support flexible, inclusive and accessible employment.

In this role you will:

-Join The Children's Society's award-winning Prevention Programme to influence and encourage new and innovative approaches to prevent child exploitation and abuse, working to ensure all child victims of exploitation are recognised including those who commit crime as part of their exploitation.

-Have the opportunity to support and influence and develop positive change in police, social care, health and private sector practice including at the frontline and strategic leaders.

-Join a team of Prevention Officers across England and Wales and contribute to the prevention and disruption of child exploitation and abuse across a range of organisations.

-Challenge stereotypes, discrimination and wider culture and practice which harms victim identification and support in an informed, professional and solution focused way.

We would particularly welcome applications from candidates with knowledge on and skills in any of the following:

-Trauma informed practice

-Contextual safeguarding

-Transitional safeguarding

-Disruption tools and powers

-Anti-racism, equity and inclusive practice

-Evidence building and evaluation

-Gender and gender identity

-Digital safety and online harms

-Digital design

Do you want to be part of our Team?

Please visit childrenssociety.org.uk/about-us/work-us for further requirements and to apply for this role.

If you have any particular queries about specifics aspects of the role mentioned above please contact [email protected]

The closing date for applications is 22nd April 2024. If after 14 days, we have received enough applications for this role, we reserve the right to close this vacancy from the 8th April onwards.
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The Children's Society View profile Company size Size: 501 - 1000
Posted on: 25 March 2024
Closing date: 22 April 2024 at 23:59
Job ref: 5395
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