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We are looking to appoint an Administration Officer to work at our in patients unit in Staplehurst.
You will provide comprehensive admin support to the hub, supporting the Senior Teaching Co-Ordinator and will be the frontline contact for visitors.
The hours of work per week are 37 working Monday to Friday.
If return we offer a friendly but professional work environment which focuses on continual professional development.
In September 2015 The Kent Health Needs Education Service (KHNES) was launched. The service operates from 1 residential unit (Oakfields) and 6 hubs. Each hub has specialist staff including a mental health nurse. Advice and guidance is provided to services on working with pupils with both mental health and physical health needs. Pupils are supported with their education in one of the specialist hubs either full or part time. These are short term placements, typically no more than 8 - 10 weeks and are provided as part of a supported reintegration programme. Access to the E-learning platform and tuition in the service setting is also possible.
The purpose and ethos of the Kent Health Needs Education Service can be summarised in one very simple statement:
Ensuring continuity of education, through inclusion and support.
Kent Health Needs Education Service is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment and take part in safer recruitment training. All posts within KHNES are subject to an enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service and check against the ISA Barred List for children.
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