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Team Manager

Are you a practice leader with a passion for achieving excellence in assessment, intervention and planning? Do you thrive in fast paced, complex and professionally challenging environments? Can you lead from the front and get the best out of others? If you have said yes and want to be part of an exciting programme of change in Barnet then we would love to hear from you.

We believe that with excellent practice leadership, support and supervision professional social work can thrive, creating environments where children are safe and the quality of practice drives change that helps children and families bounce back from adversity. Supported by an excellent workforce development programme, you will lead a team of up to 7 social workers driving excellence in practice whist developing and refining your expertise and experience in management.

If you would like to know more and have an informal discussion, please contact Sarah Marshall, 0208 359 6530, Sarah.Marshall@barnet.gov.uk or Karen Popely, 0208 359 6547, Karen.Popely@barnet.gov.uk

Closing date 18 March. Interviews will take place on week commencing 26 March. In case you have not heard from us by then you have been unsuccessful on this occasion.

MASH Team Manager

Our Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) has been going from strength to strength over the past six months resulting in the creation of a lively and engaged partnership of professionals that work effectively together in managing contacts for Early Help and Children’s Social Care Services. We are currently seeking experienced, dynamic and child-centred social work managers to join us on our journey.

This is an exciting time to join Barnet. Improvements are happening at pace and we are very interested to hear from individuals who can drive excellent engagement with key stakeholders and referrers, consolidate and build upon positive progress made and who can motivate and lead the MASH workforce to deliver the highest quality ‘front door’ services for children.

Successful candidates will be able to engage children and families in their assessments and plans in innovative ways and have a proven record of delivering high quality services and interventions to vulnerable children and families in partnership with a wide range of different agencies and organisations. It is also essential that you possess in-depth knowledge and understanding of the legislative framework and polices in relation to safeguarding children. In addition, you must be able to provide evidence of your excellent written and oral communication skills, ability to impact families to promote positive outcomes for children and influence the professional networks that you work with.

If you can thrive in a fast paced, complex and dynamic environment, have an excellent work ethic and a passion for ensuring children, young people and families receive access to the right help, first time, then we would love to hear from you.

If you would like to know more and have an informal discussion, please contact Sarah Marshall, 0208 359 6530, Sarah.Marshall@barnet.gov.uk

Closing date 18 March. Interviews will take place on week commencing 26 March. In case you have not heard from us by then you have been unsuccessful on this occasion.

 

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