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36 hours per week. Flexible working is great. Work from home in relation to service needs equally great. Working beyond 5pm is discretionary, and toils freely honoured by our managers.

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Great range of benefits from Local Government Pension Scheme, excellent continuing professional development programme and flexible working to access to staff discount scheme for leisure and shopping.

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Show an empathetic personality for people and families living with disabilities. Good communication between as some work consists of working alone within the community.

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More career advancement, further training and opportunities for growth.

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Full pre-employment checks is a pre-requisite to working with AFC. We work with children and AFC and the Boroughs we work with require thorough background checks on all individuals working here.

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Easy interview process - consists of a IT test and a 1:1 interview with basic questions related to team work, working under pressure, time when an issue was resolved and demonstration of a time you achieved a goal or objective.

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