Salary: £47,505 - £52,782 (up to £58,61 relating to performance) (Pay award pending)
Contract Type: Permanent / Full Time
Closing Date: Thursday 16 July 2020
Break has been delivering care to children, young people and their families for over 50 years. We have a wide range of services (majority of which are Ofsted regulated) spanning Norfolk, Cambridgeshire and Suffolk and have a growth agenda across the region for the next 3-5 years.
We are seeking an experienced, dynamic senior manager who has the drive and commitment to lead our care services and support our improving for excellence agenda.
You will be a qualified social worker with experience of leading multiple teams or work streams, with a commitment to driving forward a range of improvement agendas across all services.
You will have a track record of developing talent, effectively leading and building teams. With excellent communication and interpersonal skills, you will be confident building and maintaining relationships, both internally and externally and will have a relentless focus on positive outcomes, creating new and better means to achieve service success.
We're looking for a proactive can-do individual who can hit the ground running, demonstrating positive impact through engagement and outstanding outcomes. We would welcome candidates with experience of a wide spectrum of children, young people and family services, including residential child care.
If you feel you have the skills, experience and drive to join this dynamic and successful charity we would like to hear from you as soon as possible.
In return, we will offer you a supportive work environment with a fantastic team, and a smarter working approach to nurture your career with us.
We need you to help us “change young lives”
Closing date: 16th July 2020
Interview dates: Warner/Safe Care on 28th July/ Formal on 29th July
Contact Rachel Cowdry for an informal discussion on 07834 130443 or email email@example.com
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