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Administrative Work Aid, Hambleton Area

Employer
North Yorkshire Council
Location
Hambleton, Selby
Salary
£25,119 per annum pro rata
Closing date
11 Dec 2023

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This is a great opportunity to join the team as a Relief Word Aid, working on a 1-1 basis within our Restorative Practice Lead.

The main purpose of this role is to support our Restorative Practice Lead with administrative tasks which can include:

·       e-mail dictation

·       diary management

·       System navigation

·       data inputting

·       minute taking

·       document management

The role sits within the Restorative Practice service, which is part of the wider Stronger Foundations Team. The Restorative Practice Lead manages the delivery of the restorative practice service, which focusses on building restorative relationships with Young People, their relationships and their communities.

The uniqueness of the service is that we employ service-connected young people to deliver this also supporting them and their development.

With this opportunity being a relief role, we are able to offer flexibility with hours and days to suit the needs of the service.

About you

We are looking for a candidate who is self-motivated, enthusiastic and who possess good inter-personal and communication skills.

There will be a need to handle sensitive issues in a confidential and professional manner. Touch-typing or a very good speed and accuracy is a requirement of the successful candidate.

You will benefit from a supportive management system, on-going personal development and performance management process.

We will be able to offer supportive training for this role.

For an informal conversation, we would welcome you to contact Maggie Mitchell, Stronger Foundations Team Manager on maggie.mitchell@northyorks.gov.uk  

We look forward to exploring your interest and receiving your application.

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From the 1st April 2023 the eight district, borough and county councils in North Yorkshire merge to form the new Council, serving 611,000 residents.

The County of North Yorkshire is the largest County in England and Wales. Within the county are 598 square miles of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, and 530 square miles of the North York Moors National Park. The county is included in the Yorkshire and Humberside Region.

Whilst the economy of the County has traditionally been dependent on agriculture and tourism, there is a fast growing high technology base and this, together with other forms of light manufacturing industry, is of increasing importance. The Council has an active policy of economic development and the predominantly rural character of the County is highly attractive to high technology businesses as well as the traditional industries of farming, food production and tourism. The County contains several centres of great historic interest, market towns that invite light industrial development, the modern coalfield area in the South, scenic, lightly populated upland areas and the extensive lowland area in the Vale of York.

With a brand new Council, newly elected members, the prospect of a new combined authority as well as its’ first ever mayor, North Yorkshire is on the cusp of a new dawn. The county already has firm foundations - a strong culture and identity which is rich in heritage; thriving communities where the people and places are resilient and innovative; beautiful scenery with stunning landscapes, quaint villages, market and coastal towns; plus the vibrant cities of York and Leeds just on the doorstep.  This amazing county combines the best of the traditional and the modern, and is widely regarded as one of the best places to live in the UK.  North Yorkshire is a great place to live, work and do business.

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