An exciting opportunity has arisen to support the business needs of Cafcass, and through that, to support the vulnerable children and young people Cafcass works with, by providing efficient and effective administrative support. If this is something you can see yourself doing whilst working towards a national recognised qualification then apply now!
Cafcass stands for Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service. Cafcass represents children in family court cases in England. We put children’s needs, wishes and feelings first, making sure that children’s voices are heard at the heart of the family court setting, and that decisions are made in their best interests. Operating within the law set by Parliament (Criminal Justice and Court Services Act 2000) and under the rules and directions of the family courts, we are independent of the courts, social services, education and health authorities and all similar agencies. Our duty is to safeguard and promote the welfare of children going through the family justice system. Our experienced Family Court Advisers may be asked by the court to work with families and then advise the court on what we consider to be the best interests of the children involved in three main areas: Divorce and separation, sometimes called ‘private law’, where parents or carers can’t agree on arrangements for their children Care proceedings, sometimes called ‘public law’, where social services have serious concerns about the safety or welfare of a child Adoption, which can be either public or private law
Possible Start Date: 19/11/2018
Programme Duration: 12 months
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To have an understanding of the commitment to safeguarding children within the organisation, and to support and contribute to organisational wide activities to meet statutory and professional responsibilities with regard to safeguarding children.
A-C in English and maths or equivalent would be desirable but not essential for the role
There is potential to progress to undertake a Business Administration Level 3 apprenticeship
Full on-the-job training and support will be provided to enable the successful applicant to undertake the full range of duties required of the role. All apprentices are required to complete and evidence 20% of the job learning whilst on their apprenticeship.
In addition, training will also be provided towards the Apprenticeship in Business Administration within the workplace during regular visits with a member of our dedicated team of Training Advisors.
Our Level 2 Business Administration Apprenticeship Programme consists of the following:
Always at the forefront of innovation, Babington is a pioneer of the Apprenticeship programme. They ran the first Accountancy Apprentice in the country and the first Insurance Apprentice in the North of England. So they really have the experience and expertise needed to ensure top quality training.
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