Salary: £40,718 to £45,240
Contract Type: Permanent / Full Time (35 hours per week)
Closing Date: Thursday 23 July 2020
Please note, the role will require an element of travel to other Break locations across Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire
Break delivers a wide range of outstanding services providing exceptional outcomes for vulnerable children, young people and their families, and is looking to develop and diversify those services to increase our support and geographical spread while always striving for continuous improvement.
This is an excellent opportunity to join an expanding and vibrant voluntary organisation with services located in Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire and make a positive impact on young lives as a member of our Senior Leadership Team.
You will be passionate about changing young lives and experienced in managing teams and staff to ensure they are able to provide the best support for our beneficiaries. The Operations Manager (Children and Families) will be leading, managing and supporting the management teams of our diverse services, which include children’s homes, fostering, short break services for children with disabilities, family assessment services and our therapeutic provision. You will work across Break working to ensure that our services work collaboratively whilst ensuring regulatory compliance.
We aspire to excellence and employ experienced, resilient, skilful and creative senior managers to inspire our service delivery and provide support to our teams.
You will have a background in delivering services to children and young people either with a social work qualification or a relevant professional qualification. We welcome those experienced in delivering excellent residential child care.
If you would like to discuss the post please contact Rachel Cowdry on 01603 670100 or email on Rachel.email@example.com.
Closing Date: 23rd July 2020
Interview dates: 31st July for Safe Care/Warner Interviews / 3rd August for Formal Panel
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