Childline Supervisor



Organisation
NSPCC
Reference
5148
Sector
Children & Young People, Human Resources, Recruitment & Volunteer Mgt , Social Care
Location
Nottingham
Salary Details
£29,500 FTE plus 3.5% rota allowance
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours per Week
35
Closing Date
24/06/2021
This is a fantastic opportunity for you to develop your management, support, risk assessment and analysis skills within a unique national service which supports thousands of children all over the UK.

Job Description

At Childline, our vision is to be there to give young people a voice when no one else is listening. An ambitious but worthwhile mission — and one you will help us achieve as a Childline Supervisor.

This is a fantastic opportunity for you to develop your management, support, risk assessment and analysis skills within a unique national service which supports thousands of children all over the UK.

As a ChildLine Supervisor you will manage the day to day responsibilities of running of the service with support from a committed and dedicated team who will share your values of supporting children and young people.

You will be responsible for providing effective supervision to volunteers that will include feedback, training and support where needed and ensuring that a quality response is given to every child or young person who contacts Childline. You will be assessing risk in line with our confidentiality and safeguarding standards and liaising with our external child protection partners such as Children’s Services and the Police. You also get to work for an organisation whose core value is putting children first and to personally make a positive impact on thousands of families across the UK.

To be successful in this role, you will need to have the following:

  • A social care, health or education professional or have substantial and extensive experience in engaging with children and young people
  • Ability to write high quality, evidenced child protection risk assessments.
  • Driven by making a difference
  • Up-to-date knowledge of child protection legislation and practical experience of child protection and welfare issues
  • Some supervisor or management experience would be advantageous
  • An understanding of the needs of children and their psychosocial development
  • Good IT skills
     

Late evening, until 2.00am, and weekend work is a regular requirement to ensure ChildLine can respond to all children’s calls.

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Company Description

Over 130 years, we’ve helped thousands of children and families and acquired plenty of expertise on how to help even more. We respect our history and value our tradition, but we do not stand still. We are a modern vibrant charity making a real, tangible difference to other people’s lives.