Team Manager - Youth Offending - YOT - Permanent! - Haringey
£47,613 - £50,733 - permanent salary
We have a new permanent opportunity available for experienced Team Manager / Youth Offending Team Manager to join a YOT Team in Haringey.
Successful candidates will lead on the development of specific polices and procedures to contribute to the continuous improvement in own work and thematic areas.
Due to the nature of this role all candidates must have post qualified experience in a similar YOT role.
Benefits as a Youth Offending Team Manager:
- Supportive, friendly team
- Agency workers on team
- Dedicated consultant
- Weekly payroll
- Liquid Rewards
Duties as a Youth Offending Team Manager:
- Deliver practice and operational leadership, which aligns with the Service-wide vision and objectives, driving change and constant improvement.
- Review service requirements, resolve problems and deal with complaints
- Where relevant co-ordinate the work of a team, either formally or as part of a project to ensure individual and team objectives are delivered.
- Keep up to date with changes in relevant policy and legislation to ensure delivery in own work area is effective and complies with appropriate regulations/statutory guidance.
- Allocation of work coming into the service area and responsibility for monitoring the timely completion of recording, assessments and reports in line with statutory policies, procedures and practice guidance.
- To provide expert guidance and advice on youth justice and children’s social care to staff and stay up to date with legislation and policy changes.
- To represent the team at external meetings as required and chair planning, risk and practice Meetings internally.
- To have responsibility for ensuring that staff maintain adherence to both professional and National Standards. This will include quality assurance of work, auditing and professional supervision of staff members.
- To provide a key role in team development, both in terms of developing the team’s professional practice through staff training and support, but also in terms of the recruitment and retention of staff.
- To ensure that performance issues are dealt with appropriately in accordance with personnel policies and procedures.
You will be:
- Eligible to work in the UK
- A full UK license holder
- Possess a qualification or equivalent
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org