We are looking to recruit a Service Manager – Adults Learning Disabilities Team with the Social Care industry in Haringey. The Service Manager – Adults Learning Disabilities Team vacancy in Haringey will be for an initial 3-6 months with potential for extension subject to internal circumstance and your performance.
Lead and work collaboratively across all service areas with other senior managers (including those from partner organisations and agencies) in order to deliver services, generate efficiencies and create synergies wherever possible.
To influence and contribute to delivering objectives set out in the corporate plan.
Instil in direct reports the imperative for accountability, responsibility, collaboration and integration with other areas across the Council.
Drive significant cultural change through the corporate infrastructure in order to drive service excellence.
Lead, manage and develop staff so that they are capable of and motivated to achieve the corporate and service aims and objectives.
Be totally accountable for associated budget, and have affordable plans in place to deliver the Medium Term Financial Plan.
The post holder must ensure that Health & Safety legislation and the Council’s Health & Safety requirements are complied with and monitored within.
Be aware of and comply with the Council’s Equal Opportunities Policy.
Post qualifying experience of working within an Adults Learning Disabilities Team within the UK.
The post requires significant and broad experience in learning disabilities and also in managing others, and is part of the Service Management Team.
Management experience of one or more work processes associated with the operations of the service. Detailed knowledge and understanding of legislative and contextual framework affecting the work of the service.
Knowledge of Health and Social Care needs of vulnerable adults.
Proficiency in the use and understanding of IT and Information Management and data protection legislation.
Minimum of 3 years post qualifying experience in relevant health or social care setting.
Relevant professional qualifications in social care or health services.
This post requires registration with the relevant health professional council / governing body (Health and Care Professions Council – HCPC).
This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. An enhanced disclosure check with the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) will be undertaken. The DBS helps employers make safer recruitment decisions and prevent unsuitable people from working with vulnerable groups, including children. It replaces the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) and Independent Safeguarding Authority (ISA).
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