Job details

Reference number - 2761-3444

Location - Portsmouth

Salary - £19,619-£21,256 p.a

Job type/hours - secondment/fixed term opportunity until 31 March 2021 due to funding

Closing date - 5.00pm, 5 January 2019

At Portsmouth City Council we're all about developing our staff, because we want to build a bigger and better city but we need the best employees to do so.

With a little over 207,000 residents and 7,000 businesses throughout this city, this unitary authority's main goal is to ensure the best care and development of all those within the city. From customer service to Multi-million pound projects, our residents are at the heart of everything we do.

Your New Role

Reporting to the Information Analyst, you will support the work of the 'Stronger Futures' agenda, specifically focusing on the Troubled Families Programme and the information and data that enables the project delivery. You will carry out a range of appropriate level administrative, quality assurance and data focused tasks required for the purposes of national and local reporting.

The Troubled Families Programme is a national project aimed at pulling together cross-government funding and support to provide a catalyst for local services to transform and work together in a more effective and cost efficient way to achieve better outcomes for families, focussing on children and adults with multiple and sometimes complex needs

This role is focussed on interpreting a range of client assessments, reviews, case notes, communications, toolkits and other documents to determine eligibility for the programme and completing the necessary administration to link them to project. There will also be some work to support the quality assurance element or 'gauge' family's progress against

plans to improve their outcomes and to prepare PBR claim files with support from the Analyst and Quality Assurer.

What you'll need to succeed

You will need a high level of attention to detail as well as the ability to use multiple and varied IT, Case management and information systems simultaneously.  You will also require previous experience in a family or client support service such as early help,  education welfare/pastoral, safeguarding or similar service/organisation as either a key worker or support role, or necessary understanding and knowledge of the sector

What you'll get in return

As well as highly competitive pay you'll receive all the benefits of working within a local authority organisation, which ranges from flexible working hours to a fantastic pension which allows you the opportunity to pay in more for that greater return. We wish to support all our staffs development throughout, if that’s progression planning or involvement within the on the job apprenticeship scheme we will work together to drive your career. For those with families we have child care benefits as well as discounts with local businesses which can be enjoyed by all.

What next

To make sure your application is above the rest, please review the "Job Profile" and the 'How to apply' to ensure you application matches the requirements of the role.

If you wish to send a CV, please consider a cover letter outlining why you are the perfect candidate for this position.

We look forward to speaking with you soon.


How to apply

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