Depute Manager, Blairgowrie Day Opportunities (PKC02474)Vacancy posted: Friday, 7 October 2016
Salary: £18,249 - £20,595
Location: Perth and Kinross
Closing date: 01 November 2016
Job ref. no.: PKC02474
Depute Manager (Fixed Term until 31 March 2018) (PKC02474)
£18,249 - £20,595 (25 hours per week)
Blairgowrie Day Opportunities
An exciting opportunity has arisen within the management team for the North Locality Day opportunities. This post has responsibilities for supporting the management of Blairgowrie (Learning Disabilities) and Strathmore (Older Adults) Day Opportunity services.
You will support the Day Opportunities Co-ordinator to provide effective service delivery and develop the service.
You should have knowledge across services relating to adults with Learning Disabilities and Older People.
You will also be required to support with effective leadership of two teams to ensure the provision of community based services are effective.
You will have responsibility for supporting with the management of the day to day running of the service and management of the staff team.
You will be responsible for supporting the provision of Day Opportunities across the North Locality (Blairgowrie area) both building based and in the community.
The Co-Ordinator will ensure that the social, physical and psychological care needs of individuals are met, and that the defined standards of care are promoted and maintained.
You will also contribute in ensuring that all human, physical and financial resources both within the unit and community are managed.
You will be expected to contribute to service developments in line with Housing & Community Care agendas.
About Perth and Kinross Council
Perth & Kinross Council recognises the importance of having the right people at the right time with the right skills, abilities and attitudes to fulfil our aim of delivering excellent services to the communities we serve.
To help us achieve this, the Council aims to attract and retain employees who are committed to delivering excellent public services and making us a dynamic and innovative Council.
We employ a wide range of people from IT experts to social workers, not to mention accountants, designers, librarians, PR people, gardeners, drivers, planners, cooks, curators, HR professionals, classroom assistants, solicitors, environmental health officers, dog wardens, administrators...
We are committed to staff development and there are a number of career paths available. We operate an Employee Review & Development Scheme which ensures staff are aware how their efforts help the Council achieve its objectives and identify how they can develop and progress their careers to ensure we continue to provide effective services to the community.
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