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Team Manager - Looked After Children

Job Type:
Social Work
Children and Families Services, Looked After Children, Children In Need, Family Support
Team Manager
South East
Bromley, Kent
£47,057 to £47,057 per annum
Salary Description:
Up to £47057.00 per annum + £2000 Golden Hello
Job Ref:

Team Manager - Looked After Children - Bromley - Up to £47,057 Per Annum + £2,000 Golden Hello

Liquid Personnel are currently recruiting for an experienced team manager to join a looked after children team for a client based within Bromley. The successful applicant will be carrying a caseload of looked after children. You will also be responsible for undertaking investigations, carrying out statutory work, court work, and engaging with service users.

This is a fantastic opportunity for a team manager to take responsibility for the overall effective delivery and where necessary improvement of the services within their discipline. The successful team manager will be required to lead and motivate a team, ensuring all members work effectively with all parties to implement the statutory duties and responsibilities.

Benefits of this Team Manger Role:

* £2,000 'Golden Hello'
* £2,000 annual retention
* £2,460 car lease scheme
* Generous annual leave
* Merited reward scheme up to £1000
* Savings with childcare
* Pension scheme

Duties of this Team Manager Role:

* Ability to manage, supervise and develop staff to enhance performance
* Ability to develop and provide services which are culturally sensitive and empowering for all service users
* Ability to develop new services, where necessary, with partner agencies
* Ability to liaise and negotiate effectively across agency boundaries to provide effective support
* Ability to interpret and analyse information and problems and use, where necessary, as catalyst to implement innovative/creative changes in the delivery of services
* Ability to ensure that timely appraisal, supervision, support and direction are provided to staff
* Ability to promote equality and anti-discriminatory practice, and recognise the importance of equality issues for both staff and service users
* Able to work flexibly and creatively and a willingness to work some evenings usually by prior arrangement

Essential Requirements:

* HCPC registered
* Eligible to work in the UK
* Completed the ASYE
* Post-qualified experience

For more information please contact

Contact Details:
Tel: 02070466215
Contact: Nina Brun

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