Female Assistant Locality Manager/ Team Leader
Location: Garboldisham, Suffolk
Hours: Full time, 37.5 hours per week
Salary: £22,525.78 per annum
Full UK driving licence essential
Our team in Suffolk is growing, and we have a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious and values-driven person who is passionate about person-centred care to join us as an Assistant Locality Manager externally known as Team leader/ Assistant Manager.
You might already be experienced with support work, perhaps already working as a lead support worker? Assistant Locality Managers are afforded with the required support, training, and qualifications to take the next step. Although this role is also a fantastic opportunity to spend time working within services providing hands on support. Whatever your preference, this is a great opportunity not to be missed!
Purpose of the role:
As an integral part of the local management team, the assistant locality manager will support the locality manager to ensure we provide a high-quality service to the people we support. You will work closely with your manager to ensure that services within your locality are delivered in a way that puts the people we support at the centre of their support, promotes rights, choice, dignity, and diversity and follows our principles of personalised services.
You will undertake a variety of delegated management tasks to be performed during your off-rota time (7.5 hours per week) and will deputise for the locality manager during her absence.
This is your opportunity to lead by example whilst enjoying an excellent training programme, strong career progression and the opportunity to deliver outstanding support through the unique “Activate” model that is proven to make a measurable difference to people’s lives and your professional satisfaction.
An Assistant Locality Manager is expected to:
Please note that this is a generic job description. The full person specification should be read in conjunction with this advert, which will outline other more specific duties of the role and requirements.
In return for your hard work and dedication, we offer ongoing development opportunities and the strongest possible prospects, plus a range of great benefits including:
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Applications will be shortlisted on receipt and interviews will be held until the posts are filled.
"Gender is considered to be a genuine occupational requirement in accordance with paragraph 1 of Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010."