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Children's Team Manager

Apply 2020-07-22 05:00:20 2020-08-13 Caritas Recruitment

Children's Team Manager

Date posted: July 22, 2020
42.00 Hourly
East London, England
Job description
Hourly rate 40 - 42 (depedent on experinces)

Job Purpose:

The Team Manager will take operational responsibility for a team of social workers delivering Council?s statutory responsibilities for young adults in respect of:

? To be responsible for ensuring staff effectively support children and young people through the transition process from the age of 17 years to 25 years ensuring personalisation choice and control.
? Direct work with adults, children and families to achieve desired safety and wellbeing outcomes.
? Working closely with leaving care to ensure that the Pathway plans for young adults leaving our care are completed.
? To be the professional lead in this designated area of work and to manage within a Performance Management Framework that supports the priorities of the Service, Department and Council.

Key Accountabilities :
To provide professional advice to staff, colleagues and partners for the area of responsibility including partnerships with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities ensuring delivering of outcomes including education, health and care plans.

Ensure that assessments and plans for young adults are robust, evidence-based, progressed in a timely way, are effective in keeping young adults safe and are outcome focussed.

Be accountable for safeguarding ensuring that all staff follow the safeguarding procedures and protect vulnerable young adults from risk.
Reference: 5390-1

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