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Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead
Family Interventions and Support Services Manager
Full-time, 37 hours per week • Permanent
Supporting families and providing a range of early interventions are key to Children’s Services at the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. We
have already begun to deliver our Intensive Family Support Programme to help Troubled Families, and this exciting and challenging role is the
designated ‘Troubled Families Coordinator’ for the Borough.
As an energetic, experienced manager you will be responsible for leading the operational delivery and strategic development for a range of services,
which provide early intervention and preventative support using evidence-based family support across all agencies within our Borough.
Your responsibilities will include all non-statutory family support services, the children’s centre programme and the continued implementation of the
common assessment framework, and significant budgetary responsibilities (approx £1.6M).
You should have a visionary understanding of the role of parents in child development, a comprehensive knowledge of safeguarding issues and processes
and be able to demonstrate effective influencing and negotiation skills.
For an informal discussion please contact David Scott on 01628 796748.
You should be educated to degree level or equivalent and ideally be qualified in a nationally accredited Parenting Support methodology. The post will
require some evening and occasional weekend work.
Our flexible benefits…
- 28 days holiday entitlement
- flexible working options
- final salary pension scheme
- free parking
...plus many more
To apply... visit www.rbwm.gov.uk and click on ‘Jobs and Careers’ to view all our current vacancies and apply online. Alternatively, email
firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone our Recruitment Line on 01628 683888, quoting reference number CH0142.
Please don’t send CVs, only RBWM application forms will be considered.
RBWM has the responsibility for and is committed to, safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults and for ensuring that they are protected
from harm. This post is subject to an enhanced CRB.
Closing date: 22 August 2012 • Interviews: 5 or 6 September 2012