Service Manager - Vulnerable Children (Temporary)Favourite
|Closes:||Thursday, 29th June 2017|
|Published:||Thursday, 15th June 2017|
|Location:||Wolfcraig, Dumbarton Road|
|Salary:||£53,841 - £56,346 per year|
|Hours:||35.00 hours per week|
|Position Type:||Full Time|
|Category:||Managerial / Executive|
|Sub-category:||Professional / Managerial|
This is a new post, part of a new vision to transform Children's Services. This is a fantastic opportunity for the transformation of our services to children. You will develop our residential care for children, further develop our fostering and adoption service, expand our support to care experienced young people and develop local services for children with assisted support needs. Working closely with education colleagues, we aim to close the attainment gap, enable our young people to move onto positive destinations and improve outcomes for our looked after children. Stirling is an ambitious Council and wants to take advantage of the area's unrivalled location and rapid growth to provide opportunities and services for all its citizens, and to encourage sustainable business development.
Every day we provide a wide range of services essential to enhancing the life of people living in or visiting the area. We want to ensure that the old and young are cared for; to provide support for those in need; to educate our young people; to care for our environment and enhance cultural and sporting opportunities for all. We want to drive economic development for the area. We are committed to working in partnership with other organisations to deliver quality services for citizens in their localities. We are looking for you to work with other agencies to deliver the outcomes of the Children's Service Plan 2017 - 2020. You will join the Senior Manager and Children and Families Team to implement the actions in the Children and Families Service Plan 2017 - 2018. You will be a highly effective communicator and team player, a strategic thinker, an experienced manager, and you will have consistently achieved. You will use your record of success to champion and embed opportunities for all children, young people and care leavers, within Council and partnership systems and arrangements.
The successful candidate will be required to be a member of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups Scheme (PVG) for Children. If your application is progressed after the interview, you will be invited to come in to complete the form and have your details verified. It is Stirling Council’s policy to ask that you pay for this.