Team Manager MASH – Haringey
Liquid Personnel are currently looking for an experienced Social Work Team Manager to join the MASH team in Haringey.
Haringey is transforming its services for children and young people, and have already made exciting, innovative changes as they strive for excellence in all they do. They’re a service with high ambitions; a place to work that is full of energy and focus. This is an excellent opportunity to join a team which has passion, integrity, and commitment.
Your benefits as a Social Work Team Manager:
- Generous annual leave
- Flexible working
- Flexible retirement
- Interest free season ticket loan
- Learning and development courses at work, including workshops and courses
About the role of a Social Work Team Manager:
The MASH Service is a dynamic service where senior practitioner social workers are encouraged to excel in quick decision making and faced-paced analysis. Therefore, as a team manager in this service, you are required to be multi-facet in your skills and experiences to encourage the best out of our senior practitioners as well as provide exceptional quality-assurance and management oversight.
The Service is responsible for screening new referrals where there are suspected safeguarding concerns in order to determine children’s level of need and what support might be appropriate to best manage any outstanding concerns identified. The team managers and senior practitioners in the service closely utilise the signs of safety framework and the Haringey Threshold guide to inform decision making.
Essential requirements of this Social Work Team Manager role:
- Ability to provide leadership to the team
- Ability to plan and manage own and others workload
- Ability to supervise staff, to assess professional competence and enable further professional development in others
- Social Work qualified, with valid Social Work England registration
For further information please contact Mozz Radwan on 02038573486 or Mozz.Radwan@liquidpersonnel.com
We are unable to support or accept applications from candidates who are residents within the Red or Amber list of the Code of practice for the international recruitment of health and social care personnel in England, based on the World Health Organisation (WHO) Workforce Support and Safeguard List.