No Wrong Door - Strengthening Families Protecting Children Programme

No Wrong Door - Strengthening Families Protecting Children Programme (SFPC) is a pioneering way of providing support to young people who are within or on the edge of the care system across selected local authorities.

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  • Our work is child-centred and there is a longstanding, clear model of practice, based on building effective relationships.

Our work is child-centred and there is a longstanding, clear model of practice, based on building effective relationships.

Every child should grow up in a safe, stable and loving home where they feel supported to take on the challenges life can present. 

We are determined to help children and young people who are at risk of entering care and we have developed the No Wrong Door model to address the chronic problems the care system faces. This approach is already proving to be successful in keeping families safely together, and giving stability for children where it did not exist before. 

Through No Wrong Door we always work with families, strengthening networks and reconnecting young people with their families, young people will often drift back to their families after leaving care and we believe it is far better for the young person to strengthen their relationship with their family and make the environment safe. The No Wrong Door approach avoids the high costs of placement breakdown, of having to use out-of-authority care and preventing young people’s descent into the very expensive criminal justice system. 

As a national leader, North Yorkshire’s children’s services have been recognised as an exemplar through the award of the Department for Education’s Partners in Practice status, one of only a handful of such authorities. This brings with it a remit to expand the highly successful No Wrong Door approach into further areas such as leaving care and also supporting improvement in other local authorities. 

The Department for Education have invested over £84 million over five years to support up to twenty local authorities to improve work with families and safely reduce the number of children entering care. North Yorkshire is immensely proud to be one of three authorities nationally to attract significant funding from the Department for Education’s Strengthening Families Protecting Children Programme and will extend No Wrong Door to six local authorities, Rochdale, Norfolk, Warrington, Redcar and Cleveland, Leicester City, with the trailblazer being Middlesbrough Council. 

The objective of the Strengthening Families Protecting Children Programme is to improve social work practice and decision making so that the best choices are made for every child, and overall results are improved. As well as better outcomes for children and families, which will be indicated by, among other things, contacts with police, health and schools, it is also hoped that the programme will lead to a reduction of demand at the critical end of the spectrum leading to a reduced spend on children’s social care.

Within each local authorities' No Wrong Door approach there will be a dedicated team consisting of a life coach who is a clinical psychologist, a speech and communications therapist and a police intelligence role. Each young person is given one key worker who sticks with them through thick and thin to access the right services at the right time and in the right place to meet their need.  

Are you ready to join us as we bring the No Wrong Door approach to other local authorities?

Janice Nicholson
Strategic Lead for No Wrong Door

 

North Yorkshire’s No Wrong Door model commenced in April 2015 after being the first nationally to successfully bid for and receive Department for Education’s funding around ‘rethinking care for adolescents’. North Yorkshire’s No Wrong Door is an ambitious innovation that aims to improve the life chances of young people with complex needs. Working in hubs, it brings together a range of housing options, services and outreach support under one management team, thus resulting in a young person’s needs being addressed within a single team. 

The No Wrong Door innovation has made substantial progress towards achieving its intended aim, from April 2015, North Yorkshire’s No Wrong Door model has supported 677 young people resulting in 86.5% of those young people are not Looked After.  No Wrong Door has improved accommodation stability, engagement in education, employment and training, relationships with others, resilience and wellbeing and access to support in a crisis. It has also reduced high risk behaviours such as criminal activity, missing incidents and substance misuse. No Wrong Door has helped to reduce North Yorkshire’s looked-after population by 18 per cent in five years and has led to a £2m year-on-year saving.

Elements of No Wrong Door’s scale and growth plans have been shared with over 120 organisations. In addition, the No Wrong Door leadership team and the evaluation team have worked together to produce presentations for national and international conferences to provide emerging findings to inform the potential future and wider application of the innovation.

 No Wrong Door model (pdf / 573 KB)

 

Ofsted ‘Outstanding’

Children and families in North Yorkshire receive a consistent, high-quality service and North Yorkshire is the only authority nationally to have received ‘Outstanding’ across all provisions. As a corporate parent North Yorkshire is dedicated to supporting children and young people in remaining close to their home and local community, which has a demonstrably positive impact on effecting change for children and families.  Ofsted report 2018 (pdf / 253 KB)

 

Young and Yorkshire 2

The key objectives of the North Yorkshire children and young people's service are set out in  ‘Young and Yorkshire 2’, the Children and Young People's Plan (pdf / 7 MB) under three key strategic priorities:

  • Ensuring that education is our greatest liberator, with a greater proportion of pupils attending a good or outstanding school or setting;
  • Helping all children enjoy a happy family life, with a safe reduction in the looked after child population; and
  • Ensuring a healthy start to life, with more children and young people leading healthy lifestyles.

The plan has been written for all children, young people and their families in North Yorkshire. It was written by the North Yorkshire Children’s Trust, a partnership that represents all the agencies working with children and young people across the county.

At the core of our work is the belief that children and young people deserve to receive the outstanding care and support they need to live and reach their full potential, our work is child-centred and there is a longstanding, clearly embedded model of practice, based on building effective relationships with children and families. 

 

See our current opportunities for Warrington Borough Council and apply below.

Job title: Hub Manager No Wrong Door - Strengthening Families Protecting Children Programme (SFPC) - Warrington
Grade: N
Contract: Permanent 
Hours: 37 hours per week
Salary: £43,857 to £47,782 per annum, pro rata
Location: This post is employed by North Yorkshire County Council and seconded to Warrington Borough Council to work within the newly formed No Wrong Door Hub. Based primarily in Warrington there may be some requirement to attend North Yorkshire as required. The secondment is scheduled to last two years, with the post then transferring to Warrington Borough Council.

 

No Wrong Door – Strengthening Families Protecting Children (SFPC) programme is a pioneering way of providing support to young people who are within or on the edge of the care system across selected Local Authorities (LA).

The DfE have invested £84 million over five years to support eighteen LA’s to improve work with families and safely reduce the number of children entering care. North Yorkshire is immensely proud to be one of three authorities nationally to attract significant funding from the DfE’s SFPC programme and will extend NWD to Warrington Borough Council. 

The objective of SFPC is to improve social work practice and decision making so that the best choices are made for every child, and overall results are improved. As well as better outcomes for children and families, which will be indicated by, among other things, contacts with police, health and schools, it is also hoped that the programme will lead to a reduction of demand at the critical end of the spectrum leading to a reduced spend on children’s social care.

We are looking for a NWD Hub Manager who is equipped to take on  a truly unique position like no other, you will lead from the front to generate a change in culture, systems, relationships, practice and ways of working together, whilst making a real difference to the lives of children, young people and families in Warrington and in due course reducing costs.

You will work on a secondment contract with Warrington Borough Council whilst being a NYCC employee working closely to progress and develop their NWD approach. Working closely together to adopt and adapt the model, the implementation will bring systemic change to working with the hardest to reach, engage and place adolescents and fundamentally challenge traditional methods of practice and theoretical thinking. 

As the NWD Hub Manager you will provide on-the-ground support and drive change in finding solutions, building sustainable and meaningful relationships and manage the reduction of risk, whilst focussing on local placements with the clear objective of improving work with families and safely reducing the number of children entering care.

You will provide clear management, leadership and direction to the NWD Hub using evidence based models including Signs of Safety and Restorative Practice. In addition, you will develop and maintain multi-agency networks, ensuring NWD is kept at the forefront of strategic developments and partner’s priorities, at all levels. 

You will be employed by North Yorkshire and equally represent Warrington Borough Council; a unique opportunity in itself.  

For an informal conversation to discuss this vacancy further, we welcome you to contact Iain Kirkup (Team Manager No Wrong Door Central Delivery Team) on iain.kirkup@northyorks.gov.uk or by calling 07890 381141   

 

Key Dates:
Closing – Midnight Sunday 6th December 2020
Interview - To be held across 14th & 15th December TBC (virtually)
 
Key Documents: 

 Job Description / Person Specification (pdf / 484 KB)

 Total Rewards Brochure (pdf / 380 KB)

 

Apply

 

This post requires an Enhanced DBS, the cost of which will be met by the Employer. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. 
 
NYCC are committed to directly recruiting staff and will not accept applications nor services from agency suppliers in respect of our vacancies. 

We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim to have a workforce reflecting this diversity. 
 

Job title: Deputy Manager (Alternative Provisions/Signs of Safety) – No Wrong Door – Strengthening Families Protecting Children Programme - Warrington
Grade: M
Contract: Permanent 
Hours: 37 hours per week
Salary: £39,880 - £43,857 per annum, pro rata
Location: This post is employed by North Yorkshire County Council and seconded to Warrington Borough Council to work within the newly formed No Wrong Door Hub. Based primarily in Warrington there may be some requirement to attend North Yorkshire as required. The secondment is scheduled to last two years, with the post then transferring to Warrington Borough Council. 

Deputy Manager (Alternative Provisions/Signs of Safety) - No Wrong Door (NWD) - Strengthening Families Protecting Children Programme (SFPC). You will be part of the management team that supports a wide range of accommodation (including residential), support and services that makes up a NWD model. The key purpose of the role is to be responsible for placements outside of the home Hub with the additional accountability of being the dedicated safeguarding lead across the No Wrong Door model.  
 
The role of Deputy Manager is dynamic and diverse, requiring a confident, autonomous individual to drive forward practice and influence stakeholders, partners and colleagues. As NWD Deputy Manager you will coordinate and chair RAISE meetings with key agencies when concerns relating to safeguarding and risk are present. You will actively work in collaboration to decide and act in the best interest of the young person to increase safety using agreed approaches.  
 
We are looking for an innovative qualified social work professional with experience and resilience in working with young people with complex and challenging behaviours. You will be driven, astute, inspirational and a great communicator who strongly believes in a relationship based approach when working with children and young people. Whilst ensuring multi-agency networks are developed and maintained and NWD is kept at the forefront of strategic developments and partner’s priorities, at all levels. 

As Deputy Manager you will demonstrate real leadership and direction to enable staff to work at their best, using evidence based models including Signs of Safety and Restorative Practice. You will provide on-the-ground support and drive change in finding solutions, building sustainable and meaningful relationships and manage the reduction of risk, whilst focussing on local placements with the clear objective of improving work with families and safely reducing the number of children entering care.
 
You will work on a secondment arrangement with Warrington Borough Council whilst being an NYCC employee you will progress and develop the NWD approach in Warrington, working closely together to adopt and adapt the model. The implementation will bring systemic change to working with the hardest to reach, engage and place adolescents and fundamentally challenge traditional methods of practice and theoretical thinking. 

For an informal conversation to discuss this vacancy further, we welcome you to contact Iain Kirkup (Team Manager No Wrong Door Central Delivery Team) on iain.kirkup@northyorks.gov.uk or by calling 07890 381141   

 

Key Dates:
Closing – Midnight Sunday 6th December 2020
Interview - To be held across 14th & 15th December TBC (virtually)

Key Documents:

 Job Description / Person Specification (pdf / 490 KB)

 Total Rewards Brochure (pdf / 380 KB)

 

Apply

 

This post requires an Enhanced DBS, the cost of which will be met by the Employer. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. 
 
NYCC are committed to directly recruiting staff and will not accept applications nor services from agency suppliers in respect of our vacancies. 

We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim to have a workforce reflecting this diversity. 
 

Job title: Deputy Manager (Residential) – No Wrong Door – Strengthening Families Protecting Children Programme – Warrington
Grade: M
Contract: Permanent 
Hours: 37 hours per week
Salary: £39,880 - £43,857 per annum, pro rata
Location: This post is employed by North Yorkshire County Council and seconded to Warrington Borough Council to work within the newly formed No Wrong Door Hub. Based primarily in Warrington there may be some requirement to attend North Yorkshire as required. The secondment is scheduled to last two years, with the post then transferring to Warrington Borough Council.
 

Deputy Manager Residential - No Wrong Door - Strengthening Families Protecting Children Programme (SFPC). You will be part of the management team that supports a wide range of accommodation (including residential), support and services that makes up a NWD model. We are looking for a No Wrong Door (NWD) Deputy Manager who is equipped to take on a truly unique position; the key purpose of the role is to be responsible for the delivery of a quality Hub model which fundamentally places effective relationships with children and families at its heart. You will lead from the front to generate a change in culture, systems, relationships, practice and ways of working together, whilst complying with national guidance, standards and regulations with the determination to make a real difference to the lives of children, young people and families in Warrington and in due course reducing costs.
 
The role of Deputy Manager is dynamic and diverse, requiring a confident, autonomous individual to drive forward practice and influence stakeholders, partners and colleagues. We are looking for an innovative professional with experience and resilience in working with young people with complex and challenging behaviours. You will be driven, astute, inspirational and a great communicator who strongly believes in a relationship based approach when working with children and young people, whilst ensuing multi-agency networks are developed and maintained and NWD is kept at the forefront of strategic developments and partner’s priorities, at all levels. 
 
As Deputy Manager you will demonstrate real leadership and direction to enable staff to work at their best, using evidence based models including Signs of Safety and Restorative Practice. You will provide on-the-ground support and drive change in finding solutions, building sustainable and meaningful relationships and manage the reduction of risk, whilst focussing on local placements with the clear objective of improving work with families and safely reducing the number of children entering care.
 
You will work on a secondment arrangement with Warrington Borough Council whilst being an NYCC employee you will progress and develop the NWD approach in Warrington, working closely together to adopt and adapt the model. The implementation will bring systemic change to working with the hardest to reach, engage and place adolescents and fundamentally challenge traditional methods of practice and theoretical thinking. 

For an informal conversation to discuss this vacancy further, we welcome you to contact Iain Kirkup (Team Manager No Wrong Door Central Delivery Team) on iain.kirkup@northyorks.gov.uk or by calling 07890 381141     

 

Key Dates:
Closing – Midnight Friday 13th November  
Interview – To be held across 30th November and 1st December  (virtually)

 

Key Documents:

 Job Description / Person Specification (pdf / 490 KB)

 Total Rewards Brochure (pdf / 380 KB)

 

Apply

 

This post requires an Enhanced DBS, the cost of which will be met by the Employer. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. 
 
NYCC are committed to directly recruiting staff and will not accept applications nor services from agency suppliers in respect of our vacancies. 

We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim to have a workforce reflecting this diversity. 
 

See our current opportunities for Norfolk County Council and apply below.

Job title: Hub Manager No Wrong Door - Strengthening Families Protecting Children Programme (SFPC) – Norfolk County Council
Grade: N
Contract: Permanent 
Hours: 37 hours per week
Salary: £43,857 to £47,782 per annum, pro rata
Location: This post is employed by North Yorkshire County Council and seconded to Norfolk County Council to work within the newly formed No Wrong Door Hubs. Based primarily from their Dereham of Norwich hubs there may be some requirement to attend North Yorkshire as required. The secondment is scheduled to last two years, with the post then transferring to Norfolk County Council.

No Wrong Door – Strengthening Families Protecting Children (SFPC) programme is a pioneering way of providing support to young people who are within or on the edge of the care system across selected Local Authorities (LA).

The DfE have invested £84 million over five years to support eighteen LA’s to improve work with families and safely reduce the number of children entering care. North Yorkshire is immensely proud to be one of three authorities nationally to attract significant funding from the DfE’s SFPC programme and will extend NWD to Norfolk County Council. 

The objective of SFPC is to improve social work practice and decision making so that the best choices are made for every child, and overall results are improved. As well as better outcomes for children and families, which will be indicated by, among other things, contacts with police, health and schools, it is also hoped that the programme will lead to a reduction of demand at the critical end of the spectrum leading to a reduced spend on children’s social care.

We are looking for a NWD Hub Manager who is equipped to take on  a truly unique position like no other, you will lead from the front to generate a change in culture, systems, relationships, practice and ways of working together, whilst making a real difference to the lives of children, young people and families in Norfolk and in due course reducing costs.

You will work on a secondment contract with Norfolk County Council whilst being a NYCC employee working closely to progress and develop their NWD approach. Working closely together to adopt and adapt the model, the implementation will bring systemic change to working with the hardest to reach, engage and place adolescents and fundamentally challenge traditional methods of practice and theoretical thinking. 

As the NWD Hub Manager you will provide on-the-ground support and drive change in finding solutions, building sustainable and meaningful relationships and manage the reduction of risk, whilst focussing on local placements with the clear objective of improving work with families and safely reducing the number of children entering care.

You will provide clear management, leadership and direction to the NWD Hub using evidence based models including Signs of Safety and Restorative Practice. In addition, you will develop and maintain multi-agency networks, ensuring NWD is kept at the forefront of strategic developments and partner’s priorities, at all levels. 

You will be employed by North Yorkshire and equally represent Norfolk County Council; a unique opportunity in itself.  

For an informal conversation to discuss this vacancy further, we welcome you to contact Iain Kirkup (Team Manager No Wrong Door Central Delivery Team) on iain.kirkup@northyorks.gov.uk or by calling 07890 381141   

Whilst you will work for Norfolk County Council we have opportunities to be based from their Dereham or Norwich Hubs. In your supporting evidence, please state which location would be your preference. 

 

Key Dates:

Live date – Wednesday 2nd December 2020
Closing – Midnight Sunday 20th December 2020  
Shortlisting – 21st & 22nd December 2020
Interview - To be held across 7th & 8th January 2021 (virtually)
 
 

Key Documents:

 Job Description / Person Specification (pdf / 484 KB)

 Total Rewards Brochure (pdf / 380 KB)

 

Apply

This post requires an Enhanced DBS, the cost of which will be met by the Employer. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. 
 
NYCC are committed to directly recruiting staff and will not accept applications nor services from agency suppliers in respect of our vacancies. 

We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim to have a workforce reflecting this diversity. 

 

Job Title: Deputy Manager (Alternative Provisions/ Signs of Safety) - No Wrong Door - Strengthening Families Protecting Children Programme - Norfolk County Council
Grade: M
Contract: Permanent 
Hours: 37 hours per week
Salary: £39,880 - £43,857 per annum, pro rata
Location: This post is employed by North Yorkshire County Council and seconded to Norfolk County Council to work within the newly formed No Wrong Door Hubs. Based primarily from their Dereham of Norwich hubs there may be some requirement to attend North Yorkshire as required. The secondment is scheduled to last two years, with the post then transferring to Norfolk County Council.

Deputy Manager (Alternative Provisions/Signs of Safety) - No Wrong Door (NWD) - Strengthening Families Protecting Children Programme (SFPC). You will be part of the management team that supports a wide range of accommodation (including residential), support and services that makes up a NWD model. The key purpose of the role is to be responsible for placements outside of the home Hub with the additional accountability of being the dedicated safeguarding lead across the No Wrong Door model.  
 
The role of Deputy Manager is dynamic and diverse, requiring a confident, autonomous individual to drive forward practice and influence stakeholders, partners and colleagues. As NWD Deputy Manager you will coordinate and chair RAISE meetings with key agencies when concerns relating to safeguarding and risk are present. You will actively work in collaboration to decide and act in the best interest of the young person to increase safety using agreed approaches.  
 
We are looking for an innovative qualified social work professional with experience and resilience in working with young people with complex and challenging behaviours. You will be driven, astute, inspirational and a great communicator who strongly believes in a relationship based approach when working with children and young people. Whilst ensuring multi-agency networks are developed and maintained and NWD is kept at the forefront of strategic developments and partner’s priorities, at all levels. 

As Deputy Manager you will demonstrate real leadership and direction to enable staff to work at their best, using evidence based models including Signs of Safety and Restorative Practice. You will provide on-the-ground support and drive change in finding solutions, building sustainable and meaningful relationships and manage the reduction of risk, whilst focussing on local placements with the clear objective of improving work with families and safely reducing the number of children entering care.
 
You will work on a secondment arrangement with Norfolk County Council whilst being an NYCC employee you will progress and develop the NWD approach in Norfolk, working closely together to adopt and adapt the model. The implementation will bring systemic change to working with the hardest to reach, engage and place adolescents and fundamentally challenge traditional methods of practice and theoretical thinking. 

For an informal conversation to discuss this vacancy further, we welcome you to contact Iain Kirkup (Team Manager No Wrong Door Central Delivery Team) on iain.kirkup@northyorks.gov.uk or by calling 07890 381141  

Whilst you will work for Norfolk County Council, we have opportunities to be based from their Dereham or Norwich Hubs. In your supporting evidence, please state which location would be your preference. 
 

Key Dates:

Live date – Wednesday 2nd December 2020
Closing – Midnight Sunday 20th December 2020  
Shortlisting – 21st & 22nd December 2020
Interview - To be held across 11th & 15th January 2021 (virtually)

 

Key Documents:

 Job Description / Person Specification (pdf / 490 KB)

 Total Rewards Brochure (pdf / 380 KB)

 

Apply

 

This post requires an Enhanced DBS, the cost of which will be met by the Employer. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. 
 
NYCC are committed to directly recruiting staff and will not accept applications nor services from agency suppliers in respect of our vacancies. 

We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim to have a workforce reflecting this diversity. 
 

Job Title: Deputy Manager (Residential) – No Wrong Door – Strengthening Families Protecting Children Programme – Norfolk County Council
Grade: M
Contract: Permanent 
Hours: 37 hours per week
Salary: £39,880 - £43,857 per annum, pro rata
Location: This post is employed by North Yorkshire County Council and seconded to Norfolk County Council to work within the newly formed No Wrong Door Hubs. Based primarily from their Dereham of Norwich hubs there may be some requirement to attend North Yorkshire as required. The secondment is scheduled to last two years, with the post then transferring to Norfolk County Council.

 
Deputy Manager Residential - No Wrong Door - Strengthening Families Protecting Children Programme (SFPC). You will be part of the management team that supports a wide range of accommodation (including residential), support and services that makes up a NWD model. We are looking for a No Wrong Door (NWD) Deputy Manager who is equipped to take on a truly unique position; the key purpose of the role is to be responsible for the delivery of a quality Hub model which fundamentally places effective relationships with children and families at its heart. You will lead from the front to generate a change in culture, systems, relationships, practice and ways of working together, whilst complying with national guidance, standards and regulations with the determination to make a real difference to the lives of children, young people and families in Norfolk and in due course reducing costs.
 
The role of Deputy Manager is dynamic and diverse, requiring a confident, autonomous individual to drive forward practice and influence stakeholders, partners and colleagues. We are looking for an innovative professional with experience and resilience in working with young people with complex and challenging behaviours. You will be driven, astute, inspirational and a great communicator who strongly believes in a relationship based approach when working with children and young people, whilst ensuing multi-agency networks are developed and maintained and NWD is kept at the forefront of strategic developments and partner’s priorities, at all levels. 
 
As Deputy Manager you will demonstrate real leadership and direction to enable staff to work at their best, using evidence based models including Signs of Safety and Restorative Practice. You will provide on-the-ground support and drive change in finding solutions, building sustainable and meaningful relationships and manage the reduction of risk, whilst focussing on local placements with the clear objective of improving work with families and safely reducing the number of children entering care.
 
You will work on a secondment arrangement with Norfolk County Council whilst being an NYCC employee you will progress and develop the NWD approach in Norfolk, working closely together to adopt and adapt the model. The implementation will bring systemic change to working with the hardest to reach, engage and place adolescents and fundamentally challenge traditional methods of practice and theoretical thinking. 

Whilst you will work for Norfolk County Council we have opportunities to be based from their Dereham or Norwich Hubs. In your supporting evidence, please state which location would be your preference. 

For an informal conversation to discuss this vacancy further, we welcome you to contact Iain Kirkup (Team Manager No Wrong Door Central Delivery Team) on iain.kirkup@northyorks.gov.uk or by calling 07890 381141   

 

Key Dates:

Live date – Wednesday 2nd December 2020
Closing – Midnight Sunday 20th December 2020  
Shortlisting – 21st & 22nd December 2020
Interview - To be held across 11th & 15th January 2021 (virtually)

 

Key Documents:

 Job Description / Person Specification (pdf / 490 KB)

 Total Rewards Brochure (pdf / 380 KB)

 

Apply

 

This post requires an Enhanced DBS, the cost of which will be met by the Employer. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. 
 
NYCC are committed to directly recruiting staff and will not accept applications nor services from agency suppliers in respect of our vacancies. 

We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim to have a workforce reflecting this diversity. 
 

What can we offer you? 

We can offer you a range of employee benefits including a competitive salary, generous leave entitlement, a government pension scheme and access to our ‘Everybody Benefits’ package which includes a variety of retail discounts. 

You can also expect to receive ongoing support from the North Yorkshire No Wrong Door central delivery team throughout your role and to be part of a friendly and dedicated team.

Although you may be required to attend North Yorkshire, on a fairly regular basis during the first few months of your employment, your role will primarily be based in Warrington. You will be fully enabled through mobile kit and encouraged by management to work in a highly agile way.
 

We can offer you a comprehensive benefits package including:

  • Modern flexible working practices;
  • A local government pension scheme;
  • Family friendly leave;
  • Salary sacrifice, employee cash backs and discounts schemes; and
  • Learning, development and career advancement opportunities.

We can offer you multiple opportunities for career progression working across diverse services and with access to a range of technologies to support modern and agile ways of working.

As a council we are very much committed to encouraging flexible working for our employees, which will include using modern technologies to connect with clients, working from other bases across the county as well as working from home.

To find out more about what it is like to work at North Yorkshire County Council take a look at the following video:

 

So what are you waiting for? 

If you are interested then apply by following the apply button on the advert above. We will look forward to receiving your application.