Sleep Coordinator

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About The Role
We are recruiting for a Sleep Coordinator in North and NE Lincs region, this is a fantastic opportunity to develop your skills in a rewarding role, and gain a strong sense of achievement.
The overall purpose of this role is:
  • To coordinate the delivery of a range of sleep training programmes; including developing new workshops for target groups
  • To contribute to the delivery of sleep workshops/training (virtually)
  • To coordinate and monitor the delivery of the Sleep Service in North and North East Lincs (with some support in Hull if required)
  • Engage with commissioners and contract monitors to evaluate the programme
  • Build the service profile in the local area (North and North East Lincs)

    Home working but with travel on a regular basis locally (North and North East Lincolnshire) and occasional attendance at regional meetings (Hull)

This is a part-time role with 22 hours per week
 
Fixed Term until end of March 2022
About You
The successful candidate will have the following characteristics:
  • Minimum NVQ level 3 professional qualification related to working with Children & Young People.
  • Experience of working with families who have children with disabilities or SEN.
  • Excellent networking and negotiation skills.
  • Experience of multi-agency working and partnership.
  • A knowledge of clinical, behavioural and social (including familial) issues related to SEND and sleep difficulties.
  • Proven experience of delivery of workshops.
  • Previous experience of working with children and young people and with a disability and their families in a statutory, voluntary or community setting.
  • Have a high level of skill in working with all children and young people with disabilities and their families
  • Excellent verbal and written skills
  • High level of sensitivity and corresponding skills in working with children and young people with complex medical health care needs and multiple disabilities.
  • Experience of developing strong teams and providing effective line management.
  • Knowledge of safeguarding procedures and key policies and procedures in relation to working with disabled children and vulnerable adults.
  • Excellent problem solving skills together with the ability to work on your own initiative.
For more information, please see the job description.

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