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Team Manager - Children With Disabilities

Job Type:
Permanent
Sector:
Social Work
Category:
Children and Families Services, Children With Disabilities
Seniority:
Team Manager
Region:
East Midlands, East of England
Location:
Northamptonshire
Salary:
£42,527 to £49,968 per annum
Salary Description:
£42527.00 - £49968.00 per annum
Posted:
13/08/2019
Job Ref:
ZD-96453

Team Manager - Children With Disabilities - Northamptonshire - £42,525 - £49,968pa

We are looking for an experienced Team Manager to work in a Children with Disabilities Service in Northamptonshire. We are an innovative county council with a fresh, energetic approach. By working with us you will help to create brighter futures for the children of Northamptonshire.

Your benefits working for Northamptonshire include:

* Bonus payment of £2200
* High quality professional supervision
* A bespoke induction package
* Family friendly and flexible working arrangements
* Up to £8000 relocation package
* Local Government Pension Scheme
* A generous annual leave entitlement (up to 40 days)
* Defined career progression and pathway opportunities

Overall purpose of this post as a Children with Disabilities Team Manager:

* To lead, manage and direct a Northamptonshire County Council social care team for children and young people, including statutory child protection and regulated adoption and fostering services to ensure that all children who are the responsibility of the relevant area team or centrally based service are safeguarded.
* To improve outcomes for children and young people in receipt of these services who are looked after by the local authority, deemed to be children in need or in need of protection from significant harm (as defined by the 1989 Children Act) and therefore are amongst the most vulnerable in society.
* To deliver the Northamptonshire County Council's statutory responsibilities to safeguard and promote the welfare of these children.

You must be:

* HCPC registered with significant post-qualifying experience of child protection
* Able to demonstrate significant experience of decision making and risk management in complex situations relating to the application of children's legislation
* An experienced leader, with experience of managing the performance of individuals and teams
* Able to demonstrate you can effectively analyse the workloads of others and ensure prioritisation is carried out accordingly
* Skilled in the management of budgets
* Able to develop multi-agency partnerships and work effectively in this environment
* Skilled in collaborative working, modelling good practice and setting expectations for others

For more information please contact swapplications@liquidpersonnel.com

Contact Details:
Tel: 01619741673
Contact: Zoe Davenport

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