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Richmond Fellowship

Team Manager

Job Type

Permanent

Region

West Yorkshire

Salary

Location

£23,639

Posted Date

11 January 2022

Batley Carr

Closing Date

4 February 2022

We are looking for a Team Manager to join our team.

You’ve got an in-depth understanding of mental health issues and substantial experience of working in a Housing and Social Care setting. All you need is the perfect environment to put your skills to great use. Welcome to Richmond Fellowship as a Team Manager.

Right now, we’re looking for someone like you to manage the day-to-day running of our Trinity Street service in Batley Carr. Here, we provide a supported housing service for people with mental health problems. But, we need your help in order to provide the very best recovery focused delivery. As well as ensuring the quality of service and support provided to people who use our services, we’ll rely on you to manage service contracts, line manage front line staff and organise any building maintenance requirements. Whether you’re carrying out an induction, undertaking an investigation, putting team development plans in place or providing support to our business development team, one thing’s for sure – you won't be short of challenge and variety.

Substantial experience gained managing a caseload of individuals with complex needs is a given, as well as being outcome driven and able to lead by example using your firm but inclusive management style. You’re open and encouraging too, and have lots of tact and diplomacy. What's more, you're great at managing conflicting priorities on time, have a flexible attitude to working hours and are willing to participate in on call arrangements. And, if you have experience of carrying out investigations, writing reports/recommendations or managing budgets, even better, although it's not essential as we offer an extensive induction and training program for managers.

Whilst it is not essential to have a driving licence, the postholder will be required to travel and access remote areas as part of the role.

The salary for this post is £23,639 with subsequent salary progression to £24,882 per annum.

This is a permanent full-time position requiring the post-holder to work 37.5 hours per week.

Recovery Focus is committed to working towards equal opportunities and we select staff solely on merit irrespective of race, colour, national or ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age, social class, religious belief, disability or history of mental health or addiction problems. If you need support to apply for the role or adaptions at interview please contact the recruitment team to discuss.

It is a mandatory requirement of the application process for this post that candidates submit a CV and Supporting Statement, thus only candidates that provide this, and who meet the essential criteria within the person specification, will be considered for an interview.

For applicants who will work in or be expected to visit a CQC registered care home, you should be able to demonstrate that you are fully vaccinated against coronavirus (covid-19) or hold medical exemption.

This is a rolling recruitment process shortlisted candidates will be interviewed as and when they apply.

So, are you ready to take on this rewarding role that comes with some really great benefits?

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