View Vacancy -- Team Manager - Assessment Team (Adult's Social Services)
Haringey Adult Social Services is committed to strengths base working and we currently have a vacancy for a Team Manager in our Assessment Team.
You will be responsible for leading the team to achieve the goals that have been set by motivating and developing them to continuously improve strengths based practice, as well as working with management team colleagues to improve the wider system.
We are starting to implement locality based models of care and this together with our positive partnership arrangements, well regarded development programme and strong team work ethic, make this a very good time to join us if you are someone who wants to make an impact and feel connected with local community areas, both as an individual and with your team.
The Council subscribes to Tri.x and Perform+ and other national professional development networks.
We are looking for someone who is able to use the Councils vision and values, as well as best practice guidance to lead and motivate the team to deliver high standards, as well as embrace and model the Haringey values in your day to day work.
As well as being a qualified social worker, ideally with additional AMHP or BIA qualifications, you will be confident in accessing and using social care systems and organisational data bases and have a sound knowledge of underpinning relevant legislation.
You will have good IT skills and a confident approach to health and social care records, processes, and systems and the management information arising from them, as well as the aptitude to manage budgets for which training will be given.
In return you will enjoy high quality supervision, access to development and a chance to make a real difference to people in local areas of Haringey. You will have a distinct area of responsibility where you can focus on delivering on key performance and impacting on quality of care within your area of expertise. The posts offer the opportunity to develop your knowledge of health and social care and provides a platform to progress your career to for e.g. Head of Service and Assistant Director level.
Other Requirements / How to Apply
These posts are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. An enhanced disclosure check with the DBS will be undertaken.
Closing Date: Sunday 6th December 2020
Interviews will take place on Friday 18th December 2020
This opportunity is closed to applications.