6-month fixed term contract for a Justice Service Team Manager for a Youth Justice Service in the West Midlands. Leading and overseeing the delivery of services in the specified region.
- Team Manager for a FTC across Shropshire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire
- Pay up to £40,500, full time regular work until March 2022 + benefits
Michael Page are working to source a service wide Team Manager to oversee a Youth Justice Service in the Midlands. The main responsibilities of this role are to oversee and lead several teams and their delivery of youth justice services and provide where required operational direction. You will also be responsible for the effective distribution of resources over the service and will be accountable for quality, performance, and practice development.
You will work to engage, motivate a range of peers including staff, partners, and other external agencies to ensure high quality services are upheld for young people and victims of youth crime. As part of your role as Justice Service Team Manager you will facilitate the continued improvement of the service, enhancing the transformational aspirations laid out by the managerial team. The role is based in the Midlands and covers the Shropshire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire areas.
As Justice Service Team Manager, Midlands you will be responsible for:
- Focusing on the best interests of the public and prioritising their needs
- Adapting to changing service needs and implementing improvements to service delivery
- Establishing a cost-effective method of solving problems through using initiative and innovative ideas
- Acting with integrity and following the values and ethical standards of the OPCC/Police service
- Identifying the best ways to provide services to different communities considering their specific needs and concerns
As Justice Service Team Manager, you will be:
- Able to articulate a clear vision and to motivate staff to improve performance
- Able to manage service provision and people in a demanding environment
- Supportive of staff through organisational change
- Comfortable operating as a local and wider leader
- Confident promoting new initiatives to support operational priorities being delivered
The successful Justice Service Team Manager will have the following:
- A professional qualification in Social Work, Youth Work, Law, Criminology or any other relevant subject
- At least 2 years' experience in a Youth Justice Team with case management responsibility for high risk cases
- Proven experience in a supervisory role within high risk services for vulnerable groups
- Experience operating successfully within an outward-facing multi-agency partnership environment
- Operational understanding of the legal, policy and practice context for Youth Justice provision
- NPPV Level 2
In return for your dedication you will receive:
- Salary up to £40,500
- Free parking
- Employee assistance programme
- Professional development
- + more!