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Pastoral Care and Performance Manager
  • Employer: Horsham District Council
  • Reference: CS1379
  • Published: Fri 06/12/2019, 9:20 AM
  • Closing on: Mon 23/12/2019, 12:00 PM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time
  • Hours: 37 hours per week
  • Salary: £29,636 - £32,029 pa
  • DBS Check: No
  • Location: Horsham, West Sussex

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Pastoral Care and Performance Manager

Horsham District Council are looking for a Pastoral Care and Performance Manager to provide effective, high quality pastoral and behaviour support to our employees in our Waste, Recycling, Street Scene & Fleet department.

As Pastoral Care and Performance Manager you will promote attendance, retention and performance and well-being by providing mentoring support to employees who have a range of support needs.

You will have access to performance management platforms to identify employees who require additional support and management through established processes, subsequently reporting on performance as well as implementing individualised wellbeing support where appropriate.

Working closely with the Resources Manager, you will provide holistic support throughout the employee life cycle and collaborate with HR, managers and external partners to signpost/refer employees as necessary to services that support better emotional self-regulation thereby minimising interruption and supporting readiness for work, enabling employees to reach their full potential.

You will document progress made, ensuring input contributes to progress reviews with the ability to present at formal meetings where required. You will ensure that appropriate records are maintained for employees, providing actions taken or decisions made to management.

To succeed as Pastoral Care and Performance Manager you will act ethically and with integrity, be approachable, an excellent communicator and be well organised and able to accurately record and report on progress.  It is essential that you can remain calm under pressure whilst maintaining confidentiality.   You will also set an example to others and demonstrate our core values and behaviours.

Previous experience in a safeguarding role and committed to supporting and promoting equality and diversity are essential for this role.

Horsham District Council encourages and supports professional development and offers a generous benefits package to support your work life balance.  This includes 27 days’ annual leave plus bank holidays, flexible working arrangements, access to wellbeing services, and a staff benefits platform featuring many discounts from the high street.

The selection process will include asking shortlisting candidates to complete a work behaviours psychometric assessment.

Interviews will be held week commencing 6 January 2020