Ref. 64318

Contact Support Worker

  • Location: Nottinghamshire, England
  • Salary: £0 - £0 per annum
  • Type: Temporary / Full Time

Seven Resourcing are currently a Contact Support Work to work within Nottinghamshire County Council. This is a full time role, paying £13.40 p/h. 

Job Purpose

Working as a member of the Contact Support Service, the post-holder is responsible for facilitating formal contact between children, young people aged 0-17 and their families. This will include; arranging, supervising and recording Contact sessions. The post-holder will be required to record information accurately and identify and report any safeguarding concerns.  The post-holder may also occasionally be required to attend court to contribute evidence as part of care proceedings.

The post holder will be required to work from different venues across the County and therefore must possess a full driving license and a suitable vehicle .

The core working hours are 8.30am to 7.00pm and the post holder will be required to work within these hours and occasionally at weekends. The nature of the role requires the post-holder to be flexible and respond to the changing needs of the service, as required. 

Relevant training and opportunities for professional development will be provided to ensure that the post-holder is able to perform all the requirements of their role to an exceptionally high standard.

Key Responsibilities


      To respond to requests to arrange or make changes to contact sessions quickly and efficiently.

To organise transport/contact arrangements and undertake any routine communication/liaison tasks with service users, families and other professionals.

To collect and escort children to and from a range of venues that will include; foster carers, school, children’s centres, private nurseries, crèche and any other location, where necessary.

To supervise contact arrangements between parents/carers and children/young people.

Personal skills and general competencies


      Excellent organisational skills.

An ability to deal effectively with a range of tasks happening at the same time and prioritise appropriately.

Excellent communication skills and an ability to communicate appropriately with a range of professionals and families.

Puts into practice the Council’s commitment to excellent customer care.

Works efficiently and effectively and actively looks for ways of improving services and outcomes for customers.


Applicants should possess a minimum of one year’s experience of working with children and/or young people.

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