Program Manager – Oxford – Children’s social care / commissioning service
We are currently recruiting for a Program Manager to join a busy Children’s social care / commissioning service Team based in Oxford.
Benefits as a Program Manager include:
- Hybrid operations.
- Total amount of cases.
- Excellent flexible work opportunities
- Excellent Pay Rates
Duties as a Program Manager include:
- Develop and implement a programme management plan, including timelines, budgets, and resource allocation.
- Lead and coordinate cross-functional subgroups
- Be the key contact and Council representative with the Dept of Education (DfE)
- To develop KPIs and key milestones as set out within the DfE funding guidance
- Monitor and report to the Project Board and DfE on the individual projects, identifying and addressing any issues.
As a Social Worker you will manage program risks and dependencies ensuring appropriate actions are taken to mitigate any potential impacts and also you will establish and maintain positive relationships with all stakeholders, including leading on local residents, district & parish council consultations.
What we are looking for in a Program Manager:
- Social Work England registration
- Eligible to work in the UK
- Hold a full UK licence
- Post-qualified experience
- Degree level or equivalent in Social Work
Why work with Liquid?
- New ‘Faster Pay’ service getting you paid more quickly
- Twice weekly payroll
- Free DBS and compliance service
- Access to exclusive roles that aren’t available from other agencies
- Your own dedicated consultant with extensive criminal justice knowledge
- Access to a wide selection of probation work positions across the UK
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“Refer a Friend” bonus – get £250 for each social worker you refer who we successfully place*
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Liquid Personnel is an equal opportunities employer. Liquid Personnel Ltd is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
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