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CORE Mentor – Closing date Friday 18th October 2019 at 12 noon.

JOB BACKGROUND:

The Employability Mentor will be responsible for recruiting young people aged 16-24 (Not in Education, Employment or Training) living within the North Belfast area.  The aim of the Core Programme is to support participants by breaking down barriers to their educational, training and employment needs.

KEY TASKS & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Offering a range of employability skills, such as, CV building, job search, application form completion and interview skills etc.
  1. Undertake the necessary outreach work to identify and engage an appropriate number of potential clients to meet the agreed caseload and employment targets.
  2. Continuous recruitment of 16-24 year olds onto the Core Programme.
  3. Develop and implement individual action plans based on client needs and barriers setting SMART goals, actions and outcomes.
  4. Providing a confidential employability support service addressing client needs.
  5. Ongoing marketing and promotion of the training and services available.
  6. Establish and maintain an outreach provision.
  7. Maintain accurate records of all engagements with participants and ensure the accuracy and completion of all administrative forms, reports etc. and are in line with Quality Assurance standards.
  8. Attend regular team meetings.
  9. Carry out all duties in accordance with the values and policies of Ashton Community Trust.
  10. To perform relevant tasks deemed necessary by management to ensure the effective and efficient implementation of the programme.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Offer flexibility to ensure full delivery of the programme.
  • Willingness to undertake training in order to develop work related skills and knowledge.
  • Participate in Ashton Performance Management and Appraisal processes.
  • Share best practice and achievements.
  • Adhere to Ashton’s policies and procedures in compliance with GDPR.

Status of the Job Description

This job description is not incorporated into the employee’s employment contract. It is intended as a guide and should not be viewed as an inflexible specification and it may be varied from time to time in the light of strategic developments following discussion with the post holder. The post holder will be expected to work to objectives agreed with the line manager

For a Candidate Information Pack, click here.

Belfast Works: Creative Media Tutor – Closing date Friday 18th October 2019 at 12 noon.

JOB BACKGROUND:

This post is part of the Belfast Works Project, a Belfast wide employment project implemented by a consortium of organisations led by Ashton Community Trust.  The other Belfast Works Project Partnership organisations are:

  • GEMS NI
  • Upper Springfield Development Trust
  • Impact Training
  • East Belfast Mission

The post holder will be responsible for the development and delivery of educational programmes using digital media in a creative, innovative way for the Belfast Works Project.  The Creative Media tutor will deliver training across the Belfast Works Partner locations which includes outreach.

KEY TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. To design a range of innovative Creative Media courses for the Belfast Works project.
  2. To deliver a range of innovative Creative Media courses specially tailored to meet the needs of socially disadvantaged and ‘hard to reach’ groups.
  3. Carryout Evaluations of course delivery and update as necessary.
  4. Manage all equipment and resources including cameras and computers, this includes the setting up and maintenance of equipment for course delivery.
  5. Introduce and outline the qualification requirements to learners.
  6. To maintain effective information management, administrative and reporting systems, ensuring all quality processes and qualification requirements are adhered to.
  7. Have an up to date knowledge of safeguarding, equality and diversity and health & safety as it impacts on learning.
  8. Maintain effective communication channels with Mentoring Service and Employment Liaison Service.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. To meet all monitoring and evaluation procedures as set by Belfast Works Project partners.
  2. To work in conjunction with all Belfast Works Project partners in the delivery of creative media courses.
  3. Perform such other relevant tasks deemed necessary by the management team of the Belfast Works Project to ensure the effective and efficient implementation of the Project action plan.
  4. Undertake any other related responsibilities commensurate with the evolving objectives of the post and the evolution of Ashton Community Trust as may reasonably be requested by his/her manager.
  5. Work flexibly on evenings, weekends and during school holidays to ensure full delivery of the programme.
  6. Undertake training in order to develop work related skills and knowledge.
  7. Work with due regard for Ashton Community Trust’s core values and objectives
  8. Ensure the effective implementation of and adherence to, the Trust’s policies and procedures
  9. Participate in Ashton Community Trust’s performance management and appraisal process, and agree short, medium and long term goals with line manager, and direct line staff.
  10. Share best practice and achievements, and contribute to opportunities to present outcomes and case studies.
  11. Subject to Access NI enhanced clearance.

Status of the Job Description

This job description is not incorporated into the employee’s employment contract. It is intended as a guide and should not be viewed as an inflexible specification and it may be varied from time to time in the light of strategic developments following discussion with the post holder. The post holder will be expected to work to objectives agreed with their line-manager.

For a Candidate Information Pack, click here.

Belfast Works: Employability Mentor – Closing date Friday 18th October 2019 at 12 noon.

JOB BACKGROUND:

This post is part of the Belfast Works Project, a Belfast wide employment project implemented by a consortium of organisations led by Ashton Community Trust.  The other Belfast Works Project Partnership organisations are:-

  • GEMS NI
  • Upper Springfield Development Trust
  • Impact Training
  • East Belfast Mission 

The post will involve working at neighbourhood level in North Belfast to support the development of an employment service infrastructure to improve the potential of long-term unemployed, economically inactive and workless people to gain employment. Undertake the necessary outreach work to identify and engage an appropriate number of potential clients to meet the agreed caseload and employment targets. Perform employability assessment of participants. Complete agreed participant personal employability action plans.  One to one participant mentoring, seeking solutions to remove participants barriers to employment, supporting participants with job search skills, completing job application forms, improving job interview techniques and sourcing progression routes into education/training or employment.

KEY TASKS & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. To provide a structured programme of advice and support in career planning for long-term unemployed, economically inactive and those individuals/groups that experience the “benefit trap” including young people who are NEET (Not in Employment Education or Training) and vulnerable to becoming long term unemployed.
  2. Register clients and complete initial assessments of barriers to employment using agreed and bespoke diagnostic tools and forms. 
  3. Develop and implement individual action plans to overcome barriers to employment setting SMART goals, actions and outcomes.
  4. Work to remove barriers to employment by providing a safe, relaxed environment underpinned by a structured developmental process which responds to sensitive issues in a confidential manner.
  5. Effectively manage a caseload and provide professional mentoring referring to outside agencies/organisations, as required, as part of participant action plans.
  6. Undertake progress reviews and ensure targets are achieved that reflect positive outcomes in relation to employment and employment-related skills development.
  7. Establish and maintain outreach mentoring service provision across the target area in order to recruit new clients and/or support existing clients.
  8. Promote and arrange specific training, education, employment or work experience opportunities for your caseload will help to promote their integration back into the labour market.
  9. Develop and maintain excellent working relationships with relevant employers, statutory, community and voluntary organisations.
  10. Maintain accurate and detailed records of all engagements and work undertaken with clients ensuring accuracy and timely completion of all forms, reports etc to agreed quality standards.
  11. Review, with your line manager, outcomes against performance targets and reflect on practice ensuring that work is carried out to the highest professional standards.
  12. Fully participate in self-evaluation reviews and quality improvement planning.
  13. Participate in team meetings, supervision and other team activities.
  14. Carry out all duties in accordance with the values and policies of Ashton Community Trust (and the Belfast Works Project)
  15. Perform such other relevant tasks deemed necessary by the management team of the project to ensure the effective and efficient implementation of the project action plan.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Undertake any other related responsibilities commensurate with the evolving objectives of the post and the evolution of the Ashton Community Trust (and Belfast Works Project), as may reasonably be requested by the Head of Training & Employment
  • On occasion work flexibly on evenings, weekends and during school holidays to ensure full delivery of the programme.
  • Undertake training in order to develop work related skills and knowledge.
  • Ensure the effective implementation of and adherence to Ashton Community Trust policies and procedures (including those of the Belfast Works Project).
  • Participate in Ashton Community Trust’s Performance Management and Appraisal process, and agree short, medium and long term goals with line manager, and direct line staff.
  • Identify learning and development needs with your line manager and evaluate T&D to demonstrate needs have been met.
  • Share best practice and achievements, and contribute to opportunities to present outcomes and case studies.

 Status of the Job Description

 This job description is not incorporated into the employee’s employment contract. It is intended as a guide and should not be viewed as an inflexible specification and it may be varied from time to time in the light of strategic developments following discussion with the post holder. The post holder will be expected to work to objectives agreed with the line manager.

For a Candidate Information Pack, click here.

Belfast Works: Retail Tutor – Closing date Friday 18th October 2019 at 12 noon.

JOB BACKGROUND:

 This post is part of the Belfast Works Project, a Belfast wide employment project implemented by a consortium of organisations led by Ashton Community Trust.  The other Belfast Works Project Partnership organisations are:

  • GEMS NI
  • Upper Springfield Development Trust
  • Impact Training
  • East Belfast Mission

The post holder will be responsible for the development and delivery of retail educational programmes for the Belfast Works Project.  The retail tutor will deliver training across the Belfast Works Partner locations which includes outreach.

KEY TASKS & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. To design and deliver a range of retail courses for the Belfast Works project.
  2. To deliver retail courses specially tailored to meet the needs of socially disadvantaged and ‘hard to reach’ groups.
  3. Introduce and outline the qualification requirements to learners.
  4. To maintain effective information management, administrative and reporting systems, ensuring all quality processes and qualification requirements are adhered to.
  5. Carry out Evaluations of course delivery and update as necessary.
  6. Have an up to date knowledge of safeguarding, equality and diversity, and health & safety as it impacts on learning.
  7. Maintain effective communication channels with Mentoring Service and Employment Liaison Service.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. To meet all monitoring and evaluation procedures as set by Belfast Works Project partners.
  2. To work in conjunction with all Belfast Works Project partners in the delivery of retail courses.
  3. Perform such other relevant tasks deemed necessary by the management team of the Belfast Works Project to ensure the effective and efficient implementation of the Project action plan.
  4. Undertake any other related responsibilities commensurate with the evolving objectives of the post and the evolution of Ashton Community Trust as may reasonably be requested by his/her manager.
  5. Work flexibly to ensure full delivery of the programme.
  6. Undertake training in order to develop work related skills and knowledge.
  7. Work with due regard for Ashton Community Trust’s core values and objectives
  8. Ensure the effective implementation of and adherence to, the Trust’s policies and procedures
  9. Participate in Ashton Community Trust’s performance management and appraisal process, and agree short, medium and long term goals with line manager, and direct line staff.
  10. Share best practice and achievements, and contribute to opportunities to present outcomes and case studies.
  11. Subject to Access NI enhanced clearance.

 Status of the Job Description

This job description is not incorporated into the employee’s employment contract. It is intended as a guide and should not be viewed as an inflexible specification and it may be varied from time to time in the light of strategic developments following discussion with the post holder. The post holder will be expected to work to objectives agreed with their line-manager.

For a Candidate Information Pack, click here.

Belfast Works: Travel & Tourism Tutor – Closing date Friday 18th October 2019 at 12 noon.

JOB BACKGROUND:

This post is part of the Belfast Works Project, a Belfast wide employment Project implemented by a consortium of organisations led by Ashton Community Trust.  Partners include:

  • GEMS NI
  • Upper Springfield Development Trust
  • Impact Training
  • East Belfast Mission 

To work as a programme support officer for the Belfast Works Project team and its participants supporting all Project tasks and activities with a focus on Training of delivery of the Belfast Works Project. The post will involve supporting the Belfast Works Training Team.

Key Tasks and Responsibilities

  1. To support the Training team of the Belfast Works Project in tasks related to the Project.
  2. To accurately record and refer incoming enquiries received by telephone, in person or in writing in accordance with organisational policy and procedures.
  3. To have a general understanding and empathy with the issues faced by Belfast Works Project clients.
  4. To act as first point of contact for clients, be conversant with the purpose and range of Belfast Works Project services and provide clients with initial information at time of engagement.
  5. Provide support for Belfast Works Training Team, prioritising own workload when required.
  6. To accurately input all client and project Belfast Works data when requested and keep data up-to-date at all times.
  7. To implement and maintain appropriate client and project systems which allows for the effective location and retrieval of information.
  8. To ensure the secure retention of all client and project information and files in accordance with operational and funder requirements.
  9. To maintain statistical recording systems and ensure all manual recording systems in relation to the provision of the Belfast Works Project service are accurately maintained.
  10. To support the Training Team in the preparation for any Training inspections either within the Belfast Works Project or for external inspections e.g. ETI or ESF. 
  11. To act as the point of contact for clients participating in focus groups for evaluation purposes.
  12. To assist in the organisation of Training Team events including booking rooms, arranging hospitality, ensuring resources are available as required.
  13. To make stationery and hospitality orders, follow procurement procedures, check deliveries and pass invoices to finance for payment.
  14. To create, develop and maintain effective internal working relationships with service users and external agencies and within own organisation and the Belfast Works Project.
  15. To take minutes and contribute to meetings/groups discussions, etc.
  16. To ensure the guidelines, policies and procedures of the Belfast Works Project are adhered to as well as those relating to Ashton Community Trust such as Equal Opportunities and Health and Safety.
  17. To undertake any other duties, consistent with the post, which may from time to time be required.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Undertake any other related responsibilities commensurate with the evolving objectives of the post and the evolution of the Ashton Community Trust, as may reasonably be requested by the Director
  • Work flexibly on evenings, weekends and during school holidays to ensure full delivery of the programme.
  • Undertake training in order to develop work related skills and knowledge.
  • Work with due regard for Ashton Community Trust core values and objectives
  • Ensure the effective implementation of and adherence to Ashton Community Trust policies and procedures
  • Participate in Ashton Community Trust Performance Management and Appraisal process, and agree short, medium and long term goals with line manager, and direct line staff.
  • Identify learning and development needs with your line manager and evaluate T&D to demonstrate needs have been met.
  • Share best practice and achievements, and contribute to opportunities to present outcomes and case studies.

Status of the Job Description

This job description is not incorporated into the employee’s employment contract. It is intended as a guide and should not be viewed as an inflexible specification and it may be varied from time to time in the light of strategic developments following discussion with the post holder. The post holder will be expected to work to objectives agreed with the line manager.

For a Candidate Information Pack, click here.

Early Intervention Family Support Worker - Closing date Friday 18th October 2019

The Ashton Early Intervention Family Support Programme seeks to achieve sustainable change, promote capacity and capability within families.  The post holder will provide practical home/based community supports and ensure interventions are delivered to tier 2 families referred through the Lower and Upper North Belfast Family Support Hubs

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  1. To manage a caseload and undertake a home visitation service,
  2. To provide practical and emotional support to families in their own home which will support them make sustainable improvements to their lives.
  3. To contribute as appropriate to the development and implementation of an action plan for intervention and support for each family.
  4. To implement existing examples of good-practice approaches to promoting parent-child interaction.
  5. To identify baseline levels of family need and measure distance travelled over time with the service.
  6. To implement appropriate methods of assessment, recording and record keeping including computerised records.
  7. To work in an integrated manner with other members of Ashton Family Support team
  8. To build networks with other agencies working with families and children including attendance at the North Belfast Family Support Hubs
  9. To work in a confidential and professional manner that ensures client welfare and safety is of paramount importance, ensuring that child safeguarding and protection is paramount.
  10. To participate in meetings and supervision and to access relevant training opportunities as appropriate.
  11. To participate in meetings and supervision and to access relevant training opportunities as appropriate.
  12. To comply with Ashton’s policies and procedures.
  13. Any other duties as reasonably required by the Family Support Co-ordinator/Head of Childcare and Family Support.

For a Candidate Information Pack, click here.

Belfast Works: Economically Inactive Mentor - Closing date Friday 25th October 2019 at noon.

Job Background:

This post is part of the Belfast Works Programme, a Belfast wide employment project implemented by a consortium of organisation led by Ashton.  The other Belfast Works Project Partnership organisations are:-

  • GEMS NI
  • Upper Springfield Development Trust
  • Impact Training
  • East Belfast Mission

The post will involve working at neighbourhood level in North Belfast to support the development of an employment service infrastructure to improve the potential of long-term unemployed, economically inactive and or clients with additional issues to support them to gain employment.  

Purpose:

 To provide mentoring sessions to adults who are experiencing economic inactivity/worklessness, due to barriers such as poor health and support through intensive one to one mentoring for those participants with low level health and/or social issues.

Main duties and responsibilities:

  1. Provide a structured programme of parallel support for economically inactive and workless people that can support their progress towards employment and/or further education/training.
  2. Undertake initial assessments of barriers using agreed and bespoke diagnostic tools. Develop and implement individual action plans to overcome barriers to employment or further education/training, setting goals, actions and achievable outcomes.
  3. Work closely in partnership with the employability mentors to provide parallel support for clients including mentoring sessions to all participants which remove barriers to employment or further education / training.
  4. Effectively manage a caseload of parallel support clients provide professionally focused support referring to other agencies/organisations as required as part of individual action plans.
  5. Undertake progress reviews and ensure targets are achieved that reflect positive outcomes in relation to employment, employment-related skills development or progress to further education/training.
  6. Support specific training, education, employment and work experience opportunities for economically inactive and workless people which will help to promote their integration into the labour market.
  7. Develop and maintain excellent working relationships with relevant employer, statutory, community and voluntary organisations.
  8. Maintain accurate records of all engagements and work undertaken with participants and ensure the accuracy and completion of all administrative forms, reports, etc. Which are provided in a timely manner. 
  9. Review, with line manager, outcomes against performance targets and reflect on practice, working to the highest professional standards.
  10. Fully participate in self-evaluation reviews and quality improvement planning.
  11. Participate in team meetings, supervision and other team activities.
  12. Carry out all duties in accordance with the values and policies of
  13. Perform such other relevant tasks deemed necessary by the management team of the Belfast Works Project to ensure the effective and efficient implementation of the project action plan.

Other responsibilities:

  • Undertake any other related responsibilities commensurate with the evolving objectives of the post and the evolution of the Ashton, as may reasonably be requested by management.
  • Work flexibly on evenings, weekends and during school holidays to ensure full delivery of the programme.
  • Undertake training in order to develop work related skills and knowledge.
  • Work with due regard for Ashton core values and objectives
  • Ensure the effective implementation of and adherence to, the Ashton policies and procedures
  • Participate in Ashton Performance Management and Appraisal process, and agree short, medium and long term goals with line manager, and direct line staff.
  • Identify learning and development needs with your line manager and evaluate T&D to demonstrate needs have been met.
  • Share best practice and achievements, and contribute to opportunities to present outcomes and case studies.

Status of the Job Description

 This job description is not incorporated into the employee’s employment contract. It is intended as a guide and should not be viewed as an inflexible specification and it may be varied from time to time in the light of strategic developments following discussion with the post holder. The post holder will be expected to work to objectives agreed with the line manager.

For a Candidate Information Pack, click here.

Belfast Works: Quality Assurance Officer - Closing date Friday 25th October 2019 at noon.

JOB BACKGROUND:

This post is part of the Belfast Works project, a Belfast wide employment project implemented by a consortium of organisation led by Ashton. The Belfast Works partnership organisations are:

  • GEMS NI
  • Upper Springfield Development Trust
  • Impact Training
  • East Belfast Mission 

The QA Officer will be part of the Quality Assurance Team to create wider interest in the impact and output of the Projects’ Outcomes and Key Performance Indicators.

The post holder will work closely with colleagues across Mentoring and Training Services to produce and collate the necessary evidence of the impact of our service provision and coordinate best practice in this area. The QA Officer will also work closely with all stakeholders IN raising awareness of the importance of measuring impact and encouraging opportunities for knowledge exchange.

KEY TASKS & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Contribute to the development, implementation, evaluation and monitoring of the Project strategy, policies and procedures to measure impact.
  2. Provide support to key stakeholders to ensure the optimisation of the Project’s impact of internal/external assessment activities
  3. Provide advice and guidance on key issues concerning impact activities and other relevant strategies for the successful operation of the Project
  4. Contribute to the ongoing development, promotion and implementation of the Project’s impact strategy. Establish recording, monitoring and evaluation systems for impact activities and evidence providing regular reports on progress and activities to key stakeholders.
  5. Promote and encourage knowledge exchange and impact funding opportunities to maximise
  6. Identify opportunities for impact measurement and knowledge exchange to promote active collaboration
  7. Assess training needs of staff around evidencing impact and contribute to the design and delivery of awareness raising and information workshops.
  8. Establish strong working relationships with Operational Managers, Co-ordinators, Tutors, Mentors and other key stakeholders to develop and implement and impact programmes and knowledge exchange.
  9. To perform such other relevant tasks deemed necessary by Management team of the Training & Employment Services to ensure the effective and efficient implementation of the organisation’s action plan.
  10. To work within and promote existing policies of the organisation, including health and safety, Data Protection & Freedom of Information Acts and equality and diversity.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Undertake any other related responsibilities commensurate with the evolving objectives of the post and the evolution of Ashton, as may reasonably be requested by the Director
  • Work flexibly on evenings, weekends and during school holidays to ensure full delivery of the programme.
  • Undertake training in order to develop work related skills and knowledge.
  • Work with due regard for Ashton’s core values and objectives
  • Ensure the effective implementation of and adherence to, Ashton’s policies and procedures
  • Participate in Ashton’s Performance Management and Appraisal process, and agree short, medium and long term goals with line manager, and direct line staff.
  • Identify learning and development needs with your line manager and evaluate T&D to demonstrate needs have been met.
  • Share best practice and achievements, and contribute to opportunities to present outcomes and case studies.

Status of the Job Description

This job description is not incorporated into the employee’s employment contract. It is intended as a guide and should not be viewed as an inflexible specification and it may be varied from time to time in the light of strategic developments following discussion with the post holder. The post holder will be expected to work to objectives agreed with the line manager. 

For a Candidate Information Pack, click here.

Smile Sure Start Childcare Worker (2 posts) - Closing date Monday 28th October 2019 at noon.

JOB SUMMARY

The childcare worker will be responsible for organising and implementing a stimulating and varied programme of childcare activities. This post will be specifically in the Programme for twos and the post holder will assist in the provision of childcare that supports the delivery of the Smile Sure Programmes and will work with Parent & Children living in the Smile Surestart area.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. To provide a safe, stimulating and varied programme of play and learning opportunities for children aged under 2 years.
  2. To promote the social, emotional, physical, creative and cognitive development of children. To provide a welcoming child centred environment.
  3. To contribute to the development of programmes e.g. DE Programme for 2 Year Olds / Stay and Play and Play and Development programmes.
  4. To develop supportive relationships with parents/carers and encourage parental involvement with the project.
  5. To develop and maintain good relationships with other agencies, community groups, children, parents, volunteers, schools and nurseries.
  6. To ensure preparation and maintenance of all facilities required, such as play rooms, materials and equipment and ensure all facilities and resources are left clean and tidy after sessions.
  7. To ensure a good standard of hygiene and safety and observe all relevant health and safety rules and guidelines.
  8. To keep a register and attendance record of children as required, a daily diary of events/activities and any other such records as may be required in a clear, detailed and accurate manner.
  9. To ensure confidentiality of information relating to children and families at all times.
  10. To comply with relevant policies and procedures and be aware of and work in accordance with relevant legislation at all times.
  11. To submit reports as required.
  12. To participate in induction and training programmes, meetings and supervision as required.
  13. To undertake any other relevant duties as considered appropriate.

Ashton is an Equal Opportunities employer you are expected to adhere to the Equal Opportunities / Policy throughout the duration of your employment.

The duties and responsibilities outlined in this job description are not meant to be definitive nor restricted and may be modified to meet changing needs.  It should be notes therefore that duties, designation and location of the post might be subject to change in the future to meet the changing requirements of the service.

Smile SureStart Childcare Worker

Person Specification

 ESSENTIAL CRITERIA

 Qualifications and experience

  • Minimum of NVQ level 2 in Early Years Care and Education or equivalent.
  • 1 years experience of working with children aged 4 and under.

 Knowledge:

  • An understanding of the importance of play and the importance of parental involvement
  • Knowledge of SureStart aims and objectives

Abilities:

  • Willingness to work at different locations across the Smile SureStart area.
  • Demonstrate an ability to travel to different locations in the Smile SureStart.

 Personal Attributes:

  • The post holder must be Friendly, Caring, Helpful and Flexible.
  • Possess Good listening skills
  • Have patience and understanding.
  • Be approachable

Desirable Criteria:

  • NVQ Level 3
  • First Aid Qualification
  • Music / art / craft skills
  • Experience of working with children with special needs.
  • Knowledge of High/Scope
  • Knowledge of Birth to three matters

For a Candidate Information Pack, click here.

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