top of page
Back

Tips for completing your application

Watch the 'Working For Essex' video

Back
NHS

Team Manager

Job Type

Permanent

Region

North East

Salary

Location

£43,742 - £50,056 per annum

Posted Date

12 December 2023

St Nicholas Hospital, Ashgrove, Gosforth

Closing Date

19 January 2024

Main duties of the job
Provide day to day management of the team including recruitment, selection and induction of staff, conducting appraisals, developing individuals, managing performance and absence, ensuring statutory and mandatory training is completed, and dealing with grievance and disciplinary cases.

Motivate, engage and develop the team within a multi-disciplinary team environment.

Lead and coordinate team communication, including holding regular team meetings, communicating and consulting on service changes (which may be contentious), and acting as a conduit of information.

Working for our organisation
We aim to attract and retain a diverse, talented and committed workforce, who are caring and compassionate, and therefore able to meet the demands of the modern NHS now and in the future. In return we can offer a dynamic working environment in which to build a career.



Detailed job description and main responsibilities
Please note to apply for this role you must have the right to work in the UK. CNTW NHS Foundation Trust will not provide sponsorship for this role.

Newcastle and Gateshead Universal Crisis Resolution Home Treatment Team (CRHT) have an exciting role, as Team Manager. Working within the Working Age Pathway.

We are looking for a dynamic person, who is able to work well under pressure, is resourceful and has a keen interest in an operational role, to support the development and wellbeing of the workforce within Crisis Team. In addition to being an excellent role model, we are seeking an individual who has experience and knowledge of supporting individuals in crisis.

Patient and carer involvement is a pivotal part of this role, in promoting collaborative partnerships to maximise individuals experience and recovery.

As Team Manager, you should be adept in establishing effective working relationships with colleagues, and wider organisations, supporting engagement with interface meetings, whilst promoting collaborative working relationships.

Provide clinical leadership for all cases, providing competent clinical and caseload supervision and ensuring quality of the supervision structures within the team.

Make complex, sensitive decisions based on professional judgement in relation to service users and their families, being aware of the safe guarding children and adult procedures, adhering to local guidelines and policies.

Ensure effective clinical supervision structure is in place for all staff including JDR process.

Chair safeguarding meetings – this would require the courage to voice concerns about practise and service delivery.

Promote, implement and manage clinical standards and good practises within their area of responsibility and across the care pathway ensuring appropriate record keeping is maintained.

Join an informal drop-in session

Would you like to register your interest in an interview for this position?

Click here to sign up

This job's application window has now closed.

Job documents

Job Description and Job Specification

Tips for completing your application

Tips for completing your application

Sign up to our newsletter

Subscribe for free today and receive updates about other jobs like this one.

Featured events
Compass Jobs Fair

Jobs Fair

25 Nov 2024

Compass Jobs Fair - London
The Social Work Show

Conference

7 Oct 2024

The Social Work Show

Job documents

Job Description and Job Specification

Tips for completing your application

Other jobs for you
Practice Manager - Fostering
Senior Practitioner
Featured articles
The social worker turned author exploring traumatic mother and boy relationships
The social worker turned author exploring traumatic mother and boy relationships
DfE expands ‘gamechanging’ programme building support networks for children in care
DfE expands ‘gamechanging’ programme building support networks for children in care

What's new today:

Supporting social work students with additional needs during their placement

bottom of page