Looking for a social work managerial role with a difference?
Are you looking to build on your management experience and excel in your leadership in an inclusive, stable and supportive team environment? Then we will give you the opportunity to achieve this within Birmingham Children’s Trust.
We are looking for driven and forward-thinking Team Manager to join our Children in Care Service in our South locality. We are proud of our stable and secure leadership team, dedicated and passionate workforce and our consistent low caseloads. In this role you will have the opportunity to join us in our exciting new road to improved practice performance, we never sit back due to our creative and innovative approach.
We have experienced and knowledgeable teams across our workforce, access to key resources, specialist social care services and robust multi-agency partnership working to assist you in achieving the most positive outcomes. Because we’re focused on children and young people’s safeguarding and wellbeing and nothing else, you’ll be free to do the same.
You’ll play a lead role in ensuring that your team leads the way on achieving consistently good quality practice and performance and your decision-making skills will reflect our relationship-based, trauma informed practice model. You will provide your team with mentoring and professional support and advice, sharing your wealth of social work knowledge of legislation, process and case management. In return you will receive regular, consistent supervision and a personal and professional development offer that supports your ongoing learning and growth.
Our recent Ofsted Focused visit (Nov21) found us to be:
‘With consistent senior leadership, the trust is establishing a more child-focused culture which supports stronger social work practice. Wide-ranging improvement programmes with key partners are making a positive difference for many children in care.’
Click HERE to read the news story and full letter
Maxine Brown, Team Manager CiC South says of the Trust:
'Be prepared to work hard, benefit from the diversity of the great city of Birmingham, improve yourself and others through continuous learning and development and most importantly enjoy being part of a great service, that treats everyone as an individual with the potential to succeed. That's why I've enjoyed being a Team Manager, an essential part of Improving Outcomes for all.'
This is a key managerial role in our organisation, so naturally we’re looking for experience of leading and managing diverse social work teams, as well as a background previously working with vulnerable children, families, statutory bodies and voluntary agencies within Children in Care.
You will have a strong background in care planning and looked after children, with confidence in the legal process and framework within this service.
You must hold a recognised social work qualification and have current active registration with Social Work England.
Your qualifications will be complemented by your exceptional skillset – including maintaining positive relationships, effective communication, sound concise judgement, analytical thinking, teamwork and inclusivity in your approach.
About Us…..why we are different as a Trust….
We know and understand that working in social care is hard work and challenging at times, that’s why we reward you with a very attractive employment offer.
Alongside regular supervision, access to training and shared learning, mental health and well-being support, we offer a wider range of benefits available including competitive rewards and pension, a generous annual leave package with 29 days leave plus bank holidays; Car Leasing Scheme; to name a few. To find out more click HERE
If you would like to be part of our passionate and dedicated Children’s Trust and are committed to continuous and innovative practice improvement, then don’t hesitate and apply today.
If you would like to speak to Lisa Harris, Assistant Director in South about the role or further information, please contact her - email@example.com / 07594 509977
Closing date is: 16 January 2022
Interviews will be held on 28 January 2022