Assistant Team Manager - RAIS - Leatherhead
Employer: Surrey County Council
- Reference: 100003131
- Published on: Fri 20/03/2015 10:15 AM
- Closing on: Tue 19/05/2015 10:15 AM
- Working Pattern: Full Time, Permanent
- Hours: 36 Hours per week
- Salary: £43151 - £47272 per annum
- DBS Check: No
- Location: Surrey
Assistant Team Manager position available in Leatherhead £43,151 – £47,272 per annum full time permanent (36 hour per week). Location; Fairmont House, Bull Hill, Leatherhead, KT22 7AH
About the Role
If you are keen to progress in to a managerial role and further develop your managerial skills, this might be a great opportunity for you. We are currently looking for an Assistant Team Manager or Practitioner with significant experience within Children’s frontline services. Your experience will ideally be in a range of work settings with vulnerable children. In addition to your extensive knowledge and statutory work with children, you will need to have supervisory experience and be able to demonstrate thorough knowledge and understanding of care planning. You will need time management skills together with experience to enable you to work effectively and efficiently within the Referral, Assessment and Intervention Service. Your benefits package will include: £43,151 – £47,272 per annum *28 days Annual Leave plus Bank Holidays (with option to buy and sell leave) *A wide variety of training and development opportunities *Childcare vouchers, season ticket loan and subsidised gym membership *Commitment to Career Progression *Flexible working options Many more benefits under our internal rewards scheme For further details on the benefits Surrey employees are entitled to please see the benefits document attached to the bottom of this advert.
Kathryn Novak Price (Hiring manager) 01737 737218 Advert closes on 19.4.2015 I
Cases in the Referral, Assessment and Intervention Service will be short-term. ATMs will manage a team of Social Workers who will hold cases from referral through to completion of initial assessment of the initial CP conference before assigning to other teams. You will be part of a management team, with a Team Manager and other ATM overseeing the running of this busy team and will be required to provide supervision, professional guidance, advice and support to social workers. We are committed to developing best practice and are looking for a knowledgeable, innovative and enthusiastic individual to consolidate good practice already in place and strive for the best outcomes for children.
How to apply
For more information about the role please find attached at the bottom of this email a full job description and person specification.
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