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Senior Hub Worker (HUB012)

Salary: £18,535 – £20,356

Locations: Community Based

Hours of Work: Full time

Closing date: 16th February 2020

As Senior Hub Worker for Progress you will be responsible to the Hub Registered Manager and together you will oversee and manage the service delivered by our team of Support Workers.

The Senior Hub Worker will ensure that the care and support that we provide to our young people in the community, runs smoothly. You will also make sure that their day to day care is personalised to their individual needs and that they are supported to achieve excellent outcomes.

You will support the staff team to build up a level of trust with the young person or young adult within the service. Keeping a close eye on things will be important as across the service, you will both mentor and coach the staff team helping them to develop. This will involve meeting them on a regular basis and having supervision, discussing their training requirements and making sure that care packages are safely maintained within the community. It is important to make sure that the values of the company are embedded and that the staff team have clear direction from you.

You will be required to oversee that outstanding support is delivered, which is tailored to meet the individual needs of the young people and young adults in various community settings. It’s all about working together as a team, building relationships, so you need to be a team player, instilling a positive and productive attitude, across the service.

As the Senior Hub worker you will be allocated a number of young people that you will be responsible for overseeing. You will need to monitor and review care plans, make sure that risk assessments are in place and being adhered to. This will be part of your discussion in supervisions. In addition you will need to complete spot checks on a regular basis, making sure that everything is ticking along nicely and that staff are meeting their requirements.

You will undertake initial assessments of new people, who have been referred to the service, as part of this you will be required to liaise with families and other professionals, so you need to have excellent interpersonal skills.

You will report any concerns or safeguarding issues to the Hub Registered Manager without delay and maintain close contact with the Hub duty team around any presenting problems, concerns or issues that have been highlighted. As part of this role you will also need to be flexible to the needs of the service, this may mean that on occasion you may be required to work some evening, weekend and bank holidays, depending on the needs of the service.

Due to the nature of the role there will be a requirement to be part of the on call team rota.

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