Headingley, West Yorkshire
£40,760 - £43,662 per year plus pension and other benefits.
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

Working to make a real difference to the lives of children and young people

 

Catholic Care is an ambitious Charity. We are always striving to offer even better services to give the children, young people, families and schools we work with quality and highly regarded support services. This means that as we look to the future we have the confidence to try something new.
 

We know it is our professionals working with children and young people who make the biggest difference to their lives and as we look to integrate our services, we require a Senior Manager who will share this vision and manage a team of experienced practitioners. Your role will be to provide management, professional support, advice and supervision to frontline practitioners, ensuring that a quality service is delivered to children and young people.

 

You will be responsible for the development of the teams and the results delivered. You will work in partnership with other agencies and with our commissioned services to ensure the best possible outcomes for the children and young people that we work with.

 This is an exciting time where we are keen to make a difference to service delivery. This is an inspirational opportunity to be part of the team and join us on our journey.

We are looking for a Senior Manager who…

• Is committed and compassionate
• Enjoys working in a dynamic environment
• Wants to make a big difference to children’s and young people lives
• Wants to work creatively and inspirationally to offer the best support and solutions to meet our children and young people’s needs

If you are as excited by the prospect as we are, then we would like to speak to you as it may be just the role for you.

 

Job Title:  Senior Manager for Children and Young People’s Services

Salary:  SP38 to 41 £40,760 to £43,662 plus pension and other benefits.

Post: Permanent Full Time

Location:  Based at Head Office in Headingley, Leeds

Closing Date:  26 March 2021

Interview Date: 16 April 2021

Catholic care was founded in 1863 and has evolved its services now caring for older people, adults at risk, children & families and helping those who are disadvantaged, vulnerable and marginalized; people of all faiths or of no faith at all.  The charity also employs people of all faiths and none.

Refreshed on: 15 March 2021
Closed date: 26 March 2021
Tags: Senior Management, Care Management