Service Manager – Leaving Care – Tameside £400 per day

Greater Manchester

Temporary

Salary: From £350 to £400 per day

Job description

The role

We are looking for an enthusiastic, positive and driven Service Unit Manager to lead our Leaving Care Service to achieve the best outcomes for our Cared for Children and Care Leavers. The role is offered on an interim basis whilst we progress permanent recruitment to the role.

A number of exciting changes and developments are taking place within our Leaving Care Service as we are committed to delivering on our local offer and to also work with our partners on improving the offer to care leavers.

About you

You will need to ensure that the service is working towards our vision to provide an aspirational service to our children in care and care leavers and are able to work flexibly and creatively in order to achieve this.

You will need to be committed to providing the best possible outcomes for children in care and care leavers and ensure that corporate parenting principles and the local care leaver offer is being applied.

You will be responsible for managing Team Managers (Leaving Care Team & Transition Support), whilst driving the necessary changes within the service.

Why work for Tameside?

You will receive regular supervision and work in a supportive culture where we are ambitious about delivering an effective service. We listen to our staff and act on feedback in a variety ways through having regular team meetings, employee engagement sessions and staff surveys.

Why HCL?

  • Daily payroll runs.
  • Dedicated Social Work specialist consultant.
  • Free DBS and dedicated compliance officer.
  • Nationwide coverage of roles.
  • You will be dealing with an experience and friendly consultant from start to finish – one point of contact for roles, payroll and any other queries

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