DEPUTE SERVICE MANAGER – MARGARET HOUSE
(FULL TIME POST – 39 hours pw)
Qualified Scale: £30,481 – £32,306
Unqualified Scale: £27,520 – £29,690
Aberdeen Cyrenians is a local charity that aims to meet the needs of people affected by homelessness through the provision of a variety of services.
Margaret House is a residential facility (operating 24/7) with twelve service users, who may have multiple complex needs and lead chaotic lifestyles. The service provides, in liaison with Aberdeen City Council, individually tailored care and support to enable the successful transition into independent accommodation with the skills to promote long-term tenancy sustainment.
We are currently recruiting for a Depute Service Manager for our Margaret House project. This post is responsible for managing day-to-day operations in a residential unit including the effective service delivery to service users, managing human resources, financial resources and health and safety.
Key Responsibilities will include:
- Assist the Service Manager in ensuring that the service complies with all relevant legislation and requirements.
- Participate as part of the organisation’s Management Team in areas including contract procurement, strategic planning, policy development and implementation.
- The promotion and maintenance of appropriate inter-agency and multi-agency working arrangements and initiatives.
- In collaboration with the Service Manager, ensure that the service continues to evolve and adapt to meet the needs of the service users.
- Promoting, implementing and maintaining effective strategies and systems to encourage and enable service users to be involved in the management and development of the service.
- Assist the Service Manager in overseeing the quality and standard of work produced by the project staff as well as guiding them in how they can improve and develop within the role.
The ideal candidate will:
- Have a professional social care qualification.
- Have a strong commitment to the aims and values of the organisation and to our service users.
- Have experience in working within Adult Support Services and in a resettlement position.
- Have experience of inter-agency / partnership working.
- Provide strong leadership with the ability to lead a multi-disciplinary team, recognising the needs and strengths of all team members, and acting accordingly.
- Excellent interpersonal skills. With the ability to lead others by example, demonstrating emotional awareness and concern for both staff and service-users
This position is subject to joining the PVG Scheme.
Closing date for applications is 13th April 2018.
Please send all completed application forms to
62 Summer Street
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