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Business Support Officer - Children Services

Posted: 16 Sep 2021 Closes: 17 Oct 2021
London, England Competitive
Permanent & Full-time HCO_HC00377-1286

Business Support Officer- Children's Services
Scale 5
Permanent
Full-Time

About Haringey

Working in the public sector is all about making a difference to people's everyday lives, making the environment in which they live a better place, and giving them the tools, they need to improve their own lives and play an active role in the community.

We've got huge ambitions for Haringey. As the shape of local government continues to change, we're determined to rise to the challenge and find new ways to ensure that our residents enjoy the best opportunities in life - through excellent education, training, access to facilities and community empowerment. We're committed to growth that can benefit all of our residents, by strengthening the borough's local economy and bringing in new facilities and activities. Working at Haringey gives you the opportunity to play a part in meeting those ambitions on behalf of everyone who calls the borough their home.

About the role

Are you interested in a Business Administration career, where you can make a real difference to children, young people and families?

This is a fast-paced role that is crucial to supporting case workers to meet statutory deadlines with Educational Health Care Plans.You will be part of a Team supporting children, young people and families with Special Education Needs and disabilities, you will contribute by providing high quality business support services including dealing with members of the public, schools and processing and storing information in relation to children's education, health and care plans.You will be part of a Team of four case officers and a Team Leader who support young adults with special education needs and disabilities and working at least two days per week in an office setting with an expectation that you will work virtually for the remaining 3 days.

We are seeking an individual who can build excellent working relationships with professionals and members of the public. You will be a highly organised individual who is able to organise andprioritiseyour workload accordingly, with good IT skills and will be able to provide efficient first-class customer service to all users, parents, and schools who utilities our service.Whilst prior experience of working in a Social Care environment is not essential, you should be able to demonstrate experience of providing administrative support in a busy customer-focused team, good ICT skills and must be comfortable with using Microsoft Office applications.
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