Team Manager – Localities – West Midlands
Team Manager – Localities – Permanent – West Midlands
Salary – £52,571 – £55,800.
37hrs a week
An excellent opportunity has arisen in West Midland’s area. My client is looking for an experienced Team Manager to join their Localities team. As a Team Manager you will play a key role in improving practice and the outcomes of children and young people. They have excellent career progression available for staff and provide a stable and trusting work environment. If you are looking for a new challenge this could be the role for you!
Benefits of the role
- Generous retention bonus’s
- Hybrid working
- Relocation allowances
- Birthday off
- Generous pension scheme
- Flexible working and hybrid working arrangements
- Market supplement
About the role, you will be
- Responsible for a team of Senior practitioners, Advanced Social Workers and Social Workers.
- You’ll be integral in the services provided to children and families.
- Have a high level of risk analysis skills to aid effective decision making for children
- Providing supervision to staff in their performance, managing the performance of staff.
- Ensure all up records and cases are up to date using main information systems.
- Making working relationships with partner agencies.
- Effective business planning and strategic plans with senior team.
As an experienced Team Manager you will be able to demonstrate:
- Skilled in managing a team and provide leadership.
- Be a strategic thinker
- Managing a busy team in children and families
- Able to lead complex meetings and have good listing, negotiating and influencing skills.
- You will be organised and manage your own work as well as others.
- You will be SWE registered, have a FULL UK Driver’s License and have the right to work in the UK.
If this sounds like the right role for you then give me a call on 020 3949 8689 and we can discuss this further or drop me an email at Georgia.firstname.lastname@example.org
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