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We have an opportunity for a highly motivated and dedicated professional who possesses a strong conviction regarding the need to safeguard the vulnerable. In this role you will oversee the implementation and development of operational procedures and be our voice and adviser in all matters relating to safeguarding, providing support to synods and local churches. With extensive experience of advising on a range of safeguarding issues, you will have knowledge in safeguarding case management, preferably in the voluntary sector. Your knowledge of best practice, statutory, and other guidance or policy concerning issues related to the protection of children and adults at risk, will be key in playing a role in arranging and leading the training others. You will be able to work with minimal supervision and have excellent interpersonal and communication skills. This post requires an enhanced DBS Certificate from the Disclosure and Barring Service.