Closing date: 17/11/2019
37 hours / Permanent
49,362 - 51,246*
Only current employees may apply for this job.
As part of our vision to ensure that every child, young person and adult in Ceredigion will be able to reach their full potential we are adopting an integrated service delivery model that will combine a range of current services and teams into early intervention, prevention and through age specialist services. This model will cover 4 main service areas:
This Corporate Manager role sits within Porth Ceredigion and will lead on Targeted Services including:
You will be responsible along with the Corporate Manager – Porth Ceredigion Professional Lead for effective and efficient coordination and communication to both internal and external partners on all aspects of the Porth Ceredigion delivery approach.
This post provides an exciting opportunity to influence sustainable change and to ensure that progress is made to deliver this transformational agenda.
You will work creatively and strategically to develop the highest standards of delivery and best possible outcomes for children and adults in need of targeted intervention services in Ceredigion.
As a Corporate Managers you will have specific responsibility to manage the above services and functions as well as a corporate responsibility to work collaboratively to ensure that all service activities and actions are managed to support the Council’s strategic objectives and standards. You will also when required deputise for the Corporate Lead Officer and other Corporate Managers, at relevant Corporate, Regional and National Forums
As the successful applicant, you will:
Our ideal candidate will also have a proven ability to think creatively and innovatively and to communicate these ideas and developments to others in order to transform and embed a culture change across services.
Lifestyle savings scheme
Generous employer pension scheme
Cycle to work scheme
Learning and development
We provide or arrange services for older people, people with disabilities or people who have problems with alcohol or drugs. We assist people with care and support in their own homes and with day services. We also provide residential care to those needing extra support. Our primary functions are as follows: