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Manager

Break Charity

King's Lynn, Norfolk

Published
03-09-2019
Job ad details
Published
03-09-2019
Expires
16-09-2019
Job ID
LJA-75323859
Job type
Full-time
Permanent
Public Sector
Salary level
£36,000 - £40,000  per year
Job sector
Management & Business, Medical and Carers, Public Sector

Be a part of something amazing - Join the Break team

MANAGER - Residential Childrens Home Kings Lynn, Norfolk TA3294

We are currently seeking an experienced, enthusiastic and motivated individual to manage one of Breaks childrens homes in Kings Lynn.

Key responsibilities:

  • To manage and lead the residential team to deliver a standard of care which is Good or Outstanding with high aspirations for the children within their care
  • To lead the residential team to deliver the best possible outcomes for Looked After Children, within a nurturing family home environment
  • To manage staff in a manner that provides an empowering, positive experience for young people through appropriate use of Break processes including recruitment, support & supervision, annual appraisal and disciplinary

The ideal candidate:

The ideal candidate will be a strong leader with a professional, therapeutic, caring and calm approach, able to think creatively, act as a positive role model, and have a track record of motivating others to strive for excellence.  They must be able to demonstrate resilience, emotional warmth and an extensive understanding of working with children who present complex emotional and behavioural difficulties.

Experience - Candidates must have at least two years experience relevant to childrens residential social care within the last five years and at least one years management experience in a social care setting.  Experience must include:-

  • Working with complex difficulties related to childhood trauma and the impact on emotional and behavioural development
  • Knowledge of therapeutic work with children and young people

Qualifications - Candidates must have a relevant Level 5 management qualification, or be prepared to complete one within two years of appointment and as a minimum hold the Children and Young Peoples Workforce Diploma Level 3 or equivalent.

If you are looking for a varied and stimulating opportunity and a position that will provide you with lots of professional development opportunities and experience then apply for this position. Not only will it be stimulating opportunity but a real chance to make a difference.

At appointment:  The current full time salary scale for this position is £36,000 - £40,000 per annum, depending on experience and qualifications (maximum job rate potential is £43,401 which is performance related).

Hours: 37 hours per week

The ability to work shift patterns and be flexible with working hours in order to meet the homes needs, which could include the occasional sleep-in duty (£38.50 paid per sleep-in).

All current vacancies can be found on our recruitment careers page http://www.break-charity.org/join-us/ - you will be directed to an online application form to complete.

Closing Date:  Monday 16th September 2019

Interviews will be held on Monday 23rd September and Tuesday 24th September 2019

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Be a part of something amazing - Join the Break team

MANAGER - Residential Childrens Home Kings Lynn, Norfolk TA3294

We are currently seeking an experienced, enthusiastic and motivated individual to manage one of Breaks childrens homes in Kings Lynn.

Key responsibilities:

  • To manage and lead the residential team to deliver a standard of care which is Good or Outstanding with high aspirations for the children within their care
  • To lead the residential team to deliver the best possible outcomes for Looked After Children, within a nurturing family home environment
  • To manage staff in a manner that provides an empowering, positive experience for young people through appropriate use of Break processes including recruitment, support & supervision, annual appraisal and disciplinary

The ideal candidate:

The ideal candidate will be a strong leader with a professional, therapeutic, caring and calm approach, able to think creatively, act as a positive role model, and have a track record of motivating others to strive for excellence.  They must be able to demonstrate resilience, emotional warmth and an extensive understanding of working with children who present complex emotional and behavioural difficulties.

Experience - Candidates must have at least two years experience relevant to childrens residential social care within the last five years and at least one years management experience in a social care setting.  Experience must include:-

  • Working with complex difficulties related to childhood trauma and the impact on emotional and behavioural development
  • Knowledge of therapeutic work with children and young people

Qualifications - Candidates must have a relevant Level 5 management qualification, or be prepared to complete one within two years of appointment and as a minimum hold the Children and Young Peoples Workforce Diploma Level 3 or equivalent.

If you are looking for a varied and stimulating opportunity and a position that will provide you with lots of professional development opportunities and experience then apply for this position. Not only will it be stimulating opportunity but a real chance to make a difference.

At appointment:  The current full time salary scale for this position is £36,000 - £40,000 per annum, depending on experience and qualifications (maximum job rate potential is £43,401 which is performance related).

Hours: 37 hours per week

The ability to work shift patterns and be flexible with working hours in order to meet the homes needs, which could include the occasional sleep-in duty (£38.50 paid per sleep-in).

All current vacancies can be found on our recruitment careers page http://www.break-charity.org/join-us/ - you will be directed to an online application form to complete.

Closing Date:  Monday 16th September 2019

Interviews will be held on Monday 23rd September and Tuesday 24th September 2019

Be a part of something amazing - Join the Break team MANAGER - Residential Childrens Home Kings Lynn, Norfolk TA3294 We are currently seeking an experienced, enthusiastic and motivated individual to manage one of Breaks childrens homes in Kings Lynn. Key responsibilities: To manage and lead the residential team to deliver a standard of care which is Good or Outstanding with high aspirations for the children within their care To lead the residential team to deliver the best possible outcomes for Looked After Children, within a nurturing family home environment To manage staff in a manner that provides an empowering, positive experience for young people through appropriate use of Break processes including recruitment, support & supervision, annual appraisal and disciplinary The ideal candidate: The ideal candidate will be a strong leader with a professional, therapeutic, caring and calm approach, able to think creatively, act as a positive role model, and have a track record of motivating others to strive for excellence. They must be able to demonstrate resilience, emotional warmth and an extensive understanding of working with children who present complex emotional and behavioural difficulties. Experience - Candidates must have at least two years experience relevant to childrens residential social care within the last five years and at least one years management experience in a social care setting. Experience must include:- Working with complex difficulties related to childhood trauma and the impact on emotional and behavioural development Knowledge of therapeutic work with children and young people Qualifications - Candidates must have a relevant Level 5 management qualification, or be prepared to complete one within two years of appointment and as a minimum hold the Children and Young Peoples Workforce Diploma Level 3 or equivalent. If you are looking for a varied and stimulating opportunity and a position that will provide you with lots of professional development opportunities and experience then apply for this position. Not only will it be stimulating opportunity but a real chance to make a difference. At appointment: The current full time salary scale for this position is £36,000 - £40,000 per annum, depending on experience and qualifications (maximum job rate potential is £43,401 which is performance related). Hours: 37 hours per week The ability to work shift patterns and be flexible with working hours in order to meet the homes needs, which could include the occasional sleep-in duty (£38.50 paid per sleep-in). All current vacancies can be found on our recruitment careers page http: www.break-charity.org join-us - you will be directed to an online application form to complete. Closing Date: Monday 16th September 2019 Interviews will be held on Monday 23rd September and Tuesday 24th September 20191136000.000040000.0000per year00AUK_A_NORUKUnited Kingdom243GBP2019-09-16T00:00:000000http://www.break-charity.org/join-us/EuropeUnited KingdomEastNorfolkKing's Lynn2082647Break Charity11Davison House 1 Montague RoadNR26 8WNSHERINGHAM NorfolkUKUnited Kingdom2082647_logo_small.jpg152.942385901.20476640323931626UKUnited KingdomUKUnited Kingdom8Full-time46Permanent30Public Sector1132Management & Business123Medical and Carers125Public Sector323931626UKUnited Kingdomen-GB

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Job ad details
Published
03-09-2019
Expires
16-09-2019
Job ID
LJA-75323859
Jobtype
Full-time
Permanent
Public Sector
Salary level
£36,000 - £40,000  per year
Job sector
Management & Business, Medical and Carers, Public Sector
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