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Pay: Dependant on Experience
Job Type: Care work/social work
Location: TELECOMMUTE UK London London, Brighton, South East United Kingdom
Category: Gap/Temp And Parttime/Holiday
Available from: Immediately
Finishes on: Ongoing Position
Type of work: Full Time, Indoor , Daytime Work
Job reference: E06416814
Childcare/Care Work 2024-06-17 2024-07-15

Job Description

Are you a positive and ambitious person looking for a rewarding role supporting children?

An exciting opportunity has arisen for Safeguarding and Inclusion Advisor to join our friendly Safeguarding team! The Safeguarding and Inclusion Advisor will be responsible for safeguarding and SEND at Camp Beaumont. Our end goal is to ensure children have a fun and safe time during their summer holidays with us!

This is a full-time hybrid role and includes home working, office working (in the heart of Brighton), and some travel within the Southeast region. Regular visits to camps when operating will be required for this role to support with safeguarding concerns and observations, children’s challenging behaviour and trial days.

The person in this role will be working closely with Head of Safeguarding, Safeguarding and Wellbeing Advisor, Area Managers, Camp Managers, Customer Experience Team, and others within Inspiring Learning to ensure that safeguarding at Camp Beaumont is at the highest standard, children with SEND are safe and engaged, and staff at Camp Beaumont supported.

Key role responsibilities and accountabilities

  • Provide expert advice and guidance to Camp Managers to ensure early identification of safeguarding issues and appropriate actions to be taken.
  • Respond positively and effectively to routine queries received by the Safeguarding team [by phone or email].
  • Develop plans to tackle safeguarding incidents and manage cases through to completion.
  • Responsible for keeping a record of reported incidents, actions, and resolutions to maintain a history for children and staff.
  • Required to travel to Camp Beaumont locations to conduct Safeguarding Observations and to offer support to the teams where required.
  • Communicating with parents/carers and queries relating to safeguarding and SEND where appropriate and liaise with Area Managers to support response to customer complaints in this subject.
  • Ensuring that policies and procedures are in line with the latest governmental SEN policies and regulations.
  • Provide advice to parents regarding required 1:1 support and where they can apply for the help.
  • Responsible for ensuring that appropriate actions are taken and recorded when concerns are raised, and support provided when liaising with external agencies.

Why Inspiring Learning?

  • A fulfilling career creating life changing adventures
  • Career progression opportunities
  • Perkbox - Whether it’s supermarket savings or discounted days out, the daily coffee or a summer holiday – there’s something to suit everyone’s lifestyle all year round
  • Wagestream salary management – next day wage access
  • Comprehensive wellbeing strategy
  • We are a global company, growing fast in Asia and have partners around the world
  • 24 hour a day Employee Assistance Programme and Mental Health First Aiders throughout the business

If you are interested in joining the Inspiring Learning family and finding out more, apply today!

Inspiring Learning is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and adults at risk. We will conduct extensive background checks on all successful applicants. All adults in the community are expected to follow the Inspiring Learning's safeguarding procedures. Any contracts offered are subject to satisfactory references, full employment history and an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Check. We make sure all our staff are vetted, selected and trained fairly and to a high standard so that they can provide safe, effective, and inclusive environment.


  • Typical knowledge, skills, and experience

    • A full UK driving licence
    • Minimum of 2 years’ experience working with children with SEND
    • Experience in a customer service based role
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Qualified/Experienced with children who have unique and challenging requirements
    • Ability to provide strategies and diffuse challenging situations
    • Good Knowledge local and national SEN policies, including the UKs Equality Act 2010
    • Good knowledge of the SEND code of practice
    • Ability to adapt communication style to suit the needs of the children you are working with
    • Able to work supportively as a team member and able to take own initiative
    • Experience and understanding of safeguarding (desirable)
    • Knowledge surrounding Trauma Informed Practice (desirable)
    • Qualified Teacher Status (preferred)
  • You must have a UK driving licence
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