Recruitment to CDOP positions

We are pleased to announce there are two roles available at the Child Death Overview Panel.

The Child Death Overview Panel (CDOP) is a statutory, multi-agency group responsible for drawing together information about each child death in Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Portsmouth and Southampton.

The Child Death Review (CDR) Partners, the Local Authority and Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) in each local authority area, hold responsibility to ensure the CDOP fulfils its functions under the Working Together to Safeguard Children 2018.

Our CDOP is a four area Panel; Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Portsmouth and Southampton’s Local Authorities, CDR Partners and eight of their Clinical Commissioning Groups have pooled their resources to form one CDOP.

Child Death Overview Panel Administrator 

Are a compassionate and experienced administrative professional? If so, then your skills will be highly valued here at the Child Death Overview Panel (CDOP).  This is a varied position, where you will provide fundamental administrative support behind the scenes. The more efficient and effective your contribution, the more our frontline team can focus on reducing the number of child deaths in the future. You’ll need a positive and flexible approach to teamwork and the ability to work with your own initiative along with a strict regard for confidentiality.

This role is hosted by Hampshire County Council.

Further information on the role and how to apply can be found on the Hampshire County Council Careers Website.

Child Death Overview Panel Manager

We are seeking a compassionate, experienced and skilled Child Death Overview Panel Manager to work with the Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Portsmouth and Southampton Child Death Overview Panel.

You will work collaboratively within the group to identify factors that may contribute to the deaths of children. With your proven understanding of the process, practice and the legislative framework, you will be determined to reduce the number of child deaths in the future.

You will be experienced in gathering information from a range of professionals including; health, social care, the police and the coroner, and have the ability to apply your strong analytical skills to identifying themes and trends.

This role is hosted by Hampshire County Council.

Further information on the role and how to apply can be found on the Hampshire County Council Careers Website.