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Team Manager- Looked After Children - Redhill, Surrey -

Team Manager- Looked After Children - Redhill, Surrey - up to £48,395pa


We are excited to announce that the Looked After Children department in Redhill, Surrey are looking for a new team manager! This will be an exciting opportunity to utilise any skills you have in a team that is vibrant, experienced and enthusiastic about the work that they do.


Benefits include:



  • £2,000 Golden Hello

  • 28 days annual leave

  • Up to £8,000 relocation package to help move you closer to work


About the role:



  • Responsible for managing a team of social workers to ensure effective and safe delivery of services which is on time, and within budget.


  • To work with parents and carers, bringing together various agencies and implementing the statutory duties and responsibilities as set out in the Children Act (1989), Children and Adoption Act (2002) and Children Act 2004.

  • The role holder deputises for the Service Manager in ensuring operational effectiveness of the teams, overseeing workloads and supervising social workers and family support workers.


  • You would take responsibility for ensuring all cases are safely managed and in exceptional circumstances this may require you to manage a case directly to ensure safe resolution.

  • TMs lead the way in representing the Service to partner organisations, building strong networks and drawing on the your expertise to inform how Surrey works with other agencies to share resources and improve outcomes for the county's children.


Being a team manager in Redhill, Surrey involves:



  • Manage a team of social workers to ensure effective and safe delivery of services.

  • Work with parents and carers, bringing together various agencies and implementing statutory duties and responsibilities.

  • Deputise for the Service Manager in ensuring operational effectiveness of the teams, overseeing workloads and supervising social workers and family support workers.


  • Take responsibility for ensuring all cases are safely managed, including, in exceptional circumstances managing a case directly to ensure safe resolution.

  • Lead the way in representing Surrey Children's Services to partner organisations, building strong networks and drawing on their expertise to inform how Surrey works wit other agencies to share resources and improve outcomes for the county's children.



Requirements for candidates:



  • Eligible to work in the U.K.


  • Full driving license and a car

  • Previous managerial experience


If you are interested in hearing more about the role, please do not hesitate to contact Ed on 0207 046 6218 or by email - e.christmas@liquidpersonnel.com.