Camden Safeguarding Adults Partnership Board (SAPB) is a group of statutory, voluntary and independent organisations all committed to working together and its work is centred on safeguarding adults from any kind of abuse and neglect. The Board is multi agency and coordinates how its members and partner agencies across the borough work together in order to help and protect adults who may be experiencing, or are at risk of harm.
The post holder will be responsible for providing effective administrative support to the Safeguarding Board and the Safeguarding Board Manager such as preparing correspondence, documents and reports for partners, setting up meetings and taking and taking detailed minutes at various senior management and board level meetings, which will be attended by Directors and other senior leaders from across the Council and the wider partnership.
The post holder will work with the Safeguarding Adults Board Manager to ensure that effective systems are in place for the smooth functioning of the Board.
The post holder will work collaboratively with a range of internal and external partners providing high standards of customer service.
This role ensures that the Safeguarding Adults Partnership Board discharges its statutory functions and duties and fulfils its objectives. This post holder will support the chair, the board manager, sub groups and local partners to meet national best practice and local quality standards as set out in its safeguarding strategy. Example outcomes or objectives that this role will deliver:
The post holder will be required to coordinate various meetings for the Camden Safeguarding Adults Partnership Board and sub-groups, Safeguarding Adults Reviews, conferences, training events or other meetings by undertaking a range of administrative activities such as booking meetings rooms, arranging hospitality, taking minutes, collating agenda items and papers in advance of the meeting and invoices raising.
You will develop and follow the administrative processes in connection with the work of the SAPB and its Sub-Groups and its training activity.
To support the SAPB Manager to develop, maintain and update materials as required for the website and service.
This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act and will require an Enhanced DBS
You will have experience of carrying out a wide range of administrative duties in a busy environment and systems to effectively produce documents such as Microsoft Office, send correspondence, set up meetings and to record, research and report on.
You will have experience of providing information and support for routine service quality audits. You will have knowledge of taking minutes, organizing meetings and meeting deadlines.
You will have experience of having worked in a fast faced, customer focused environment within a large organisation
You will excellent knowledge and application of IT systems and software packages.
You will have the ability to work with minimum supervision, using problem solving skills and initiative to provide a customer focussed support service.
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