Team Manager

Charles Hunter Associates
£44000.00 - £48000.00 per annum + Terrific Benefits
10 Aug 2017
16 Aug 2017
Team Manager (Assessment) - Surrey A salary of up to £48,000 terrific benefits A highly reputable local authority requires a Team Manager to join their flourishing Assessment team where there is a great scope for career progression. To be a successful candidate, you will need to be fully committed to the role and the local Authority and possess and infectious personality as well as to also ensure effective and safe delivery of service. This organisation invests heavily in their staff. Are you: An experienced social worker? An experienced team manager? A driven individual? Benefits: Salary of up to £48,000 per annum Mileage Paid 0.45ppm 26 days' annual leave Government Pension Scheme Flexible working hours Other terrific benefits You will be involved in: Ensuring operational effectiveness of the teams, overseeing workloads and supervising social workers and family support workers Take responsibility for ensuring all cases are safely manage and in exceptional circumstances this may require them to manage a case directly to ensure safe resolution Work with parents and carers, bringing together various agencies and implementing the statutory duties and responsibilities as set out in the Children Act (1989), Children Act (2004). Leading, motivating and managing a team ensuring the service provided is consistent, effective and delivers positive outcomes for individuals, their careers and families These roles provide expert guidance in situations of complexity, where there is conflict or resistance and enable others in the team to manage complex and challenging situations. They deputise for the team manager when required (where appropriate). You will have: A recognised Social Work qualification (Degree/DipSW/CQSW) Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) Significant experience of working as a Team Manager within a frontline children's service A detailed understanding of relevant legislation affecting the working with children, including; Children Act (1989) and the Children and Adoption Act (2002) Substantial experience in assessing the needs of, and undertaking direct work with, children and young people, and in working with parents, families, carers and networks to achieve optimal outcomes for children and young people Demonstrable experience in successful recruiting, performance managing, coaching and developing staff Must hold a full UK Driving Licence and have access to a vehicle to travel to other areas. Want to apply? Please follow the instructions on this website, or alternatively contact Tom McKenna on 0118 948 5555 or via email for further details This job was originally posted as

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