Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel - Member

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Body: Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel
Appointing Department: Department for Education
Sectors: Charity & Public Sector, Health, Regulation
Location: London
Skills required: Regulation
Number of Vacancies: 8
Remuneration: £400 per day for a maximum of 84 days per year
Time Requirements: 4 – 7 days per month

Campaign Timeline

  • Competition Launched

    08/03/2021

  • Closed for Applications

    09/04/2021 at 10:00

  • Panel Sift

    18/05/2021

  • Final Interview Date

    To be confirmed - expected during June and July

  • Announcement

    To be confirmed

Please note that, due to a high number of applications, the timeline for the competition has been amended. The panel sift will now take place on 18th May and interviews will be held during June and July.

 

Assessment Panel

Vacancy Description

Members of the Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel are responsible for looking at serious child safeguarding cases notified to the Panel to determine whether learning could be identified through further analysis or a national review. Responsibilities include leading reviews, supervising fieldwork, undertaking analysis and other activity supporting the Panel’s remit. Lastly, members are responsible for supporting the dissemination of learning identified by the Panel to those involved in child safeguarding.

 

Person Specification

Successful applicants will demonstrate the ability to: work collaboratively; critically analyse and synthesise evidence; draw on professional experience and knowledge in decision making; communicate effectively and confidently deal with difficult and sensitive situations.

The right candidate will also demonstrate a strong understanding of the multi-agency child safeguarding system.

Applicants will be assessed against the following criteria. In your application you should demonstrate clearly how you meet each of the essential criteria for this post.

ESSENTIAL CRITERIA

  • Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to work collaboratively and effectively with others in a professional decision making committee or forum, constructively contributing to discussions, negotiating between conflicting opinions and values and generating options to reach consensus.
  • The ability to objectively and critically analyse, synthesise and evaluate evidence from diverse sources and identify key issues, learning and messages.
  • Being a skilled communicator and influencer, who can communicate their views or Panel messages concisely and clearly to others, including panel members, other professionals and stakeholders.
  • The ability and confidence to deal with difficult situations sensitively.
  • The ability and confidence to make and be accountable for impartial, effective and timely decisions using professional experience and knowledge.
  • Knowledge and understanding of how the child safeguarding system operates and the challenges the system faces.

 

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