The demand on the Safeguarding Support Office and more specifically the Advisor on Survivor Engagement in the Lead Bishop of Safeguarding’s Office at the Bishop's Palace in Wells has resulted in the need to strengthen our capacity and ability to respond effectively and in a timely way to enquires made and correspondence.
This post will be a dedicated post to support the Advisor on Survivor Engagement and staff at the Safeguarding Office in the Bishops Office in identifying safeguarding matters which reach the Palace. The post-holder will work closely with the Bishop’s staff team and with staff in the National Safeguarding Team to ensure that Safeguarding matters are identified and handled effectively. Work pattern is ideally to be worked over two half days, but we are open to flexibility with this.
The main responsibilities are;
Please see attached job description for full details.
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